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Love, Brandon: Top 10 Films Of 2018

I’m not last, but posting the day after Aaron Neuwirth is a tough act to follow. He’s the most informed of us here and is able to see an impressive amount of films released in a given year. For me personally, 2018 felt like I didn’t see as much as I would have liked to […]

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Brian’s Top 10 “Brian” Films of 2018!

Every year this Top 10 movie list gets harder and harder to write.  As the years go by I get the chance to see fewer and fewer movies theatrically.  Because of work, life and other commitments I feel like I’m constantly trying to play catch up and/or seeing most films some 3-4 months after they […]

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Annihilation (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Alex Garland really made a sweeping debut Ex Machina. A smaller scale science fiction film that was welcoming both to the hardcore and general moviegoer. That film even snuck up on us and won an Academy Award. For his follow up, Annihilation, Garland dug even deeper in the the hard science fiction elements. The film […]

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Annihilation (Blu-ray Review)

It can’t be simple to follow-up a directorial debut as successful as the Oscar-winning Ex Machina. For Alex Garland, however, things seem to be falling into place. Annihilation is his sophomore effort as a director, but Garland’s previous screenplays for films such as 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd have established him as one willing […]

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Get Ready For The ANNIHILATION on Blu-ray May 29th

ANNIHILATION is coming and it plans to take us all! The film was a great studio programmer from director Alex Garland (Ex Machina) that the studio had little faith in, but certainly worth your time. So get ready for this movie, as you have another chance to see it on Blu-ray. Here are the details: […]

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Ex Machina (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review)

There’s something about A24’s Ex Machina that brings warm thoughts to my human mind.  Maybe it’s because of their 2014 sleeper hit, Under the Skin, which I could not get enough of or maybe it’s because this one seeds psychosis within your head, in the way that only a great artificial intelligence film can.  Yes, it’s true ladies and […]

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Ex Machina (Blu-ray Review)

There’s something about A24’s Ex Machina that brings warm thoughts to my human mind.  Maybe it’s because of their sleeper hit last year, Under the Skin, which I could not get enough of or maybe it’s because this one seeds psychosis within your head, in the way that only a great artificial intelligence film can.  Yes, […]

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Win ‘Ex Machina’ on Blu-ray in Our Exclusive Giveaway Contest!

Anyone else excited for this Blu-ray title?  The stylish, psychological thriller Ex Machina will leave audiences visually and emotionally enthralled when it arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) July 14th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  After blowing away critics at its U.S.premiere at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, the highly anticipatedsci-fi film was theatrically released by A24 […]

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Psychological Thriller ‘Ex Machina’ Infiltrates Blu-ray July 14th

The stylish, psychological thriller Ex Machina will leave audiences visually and emotionally enthralled when it arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) July 14th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  After blowing away critics at its U.S.premiere at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, the highly anticipatedsci-fi film was theatrically released by A24 and has been applauded as “sizzlingly smart, […]

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Dredd Is The Law, And He Brings Proper Judgment

For a movie that is about brutal violence and maintaining a dark and nihilistic tone throughout, Dredd sure was a pretty film.  This second attempt on a theatrical feature about the futuristic cop who serves as judge, jury, and executioner is an exercise in grit and violence, with just a hint of self-satire to keep […]

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‘Never Let Me Go’ Asks You to Hold On During Its Somber Tale

Never Let Me Go is a moody science fiction film about love and death.  While one not familiar with the popular book on which it is based may believe the film to be a dramatic period piece (which it rather is as well), yes, it is in fact a sci-fi film that really downplays those […]

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