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The Double is one of those films most people either ‘get’ and love, or don’t, and hate. For those that understood exactly what this art film was trying to do, go ahead and enjoy that totally sense of superiority you’re feeling over your fellow-man.
Wanting to have some fun with his friends, Michael (Justin Armstrong) finds an Ouija board and invites them over, hoping to contact the dead. Michael lays down what are apparently the big “ground rules” for using a spirit board, one in particular being to always close the game by telling the spirit goodbye.
Shot in the dark, I know, but take a stab at which rule’s gonna get broken.
At 9 and a half hours long, Shoah is massive in scope and emotionally unsurpassed among documentaries.
The film focuses on 4 main topics: Chelmno and the mobile gas vans, extermination camps of Treblinka and Auschwitz, and the Warsaw Ghetto, with testimony of Nazi war criminals and survivors of the various camps, along with eyewithness accounts of nearby poles.
When the three beggars arrive someone must die.
You will never look at a cabin in the woods the same way again. Although the sexual content and violence is plentiful in this 2009 psychological tour de force, the atmosphere and the beautiful cinematography make it a necessary evil.
DMT: The Spirit Molecule should earn the highest reward for the seemingly endless ways in which it restates the same exact thing.
The Book of Life is a celebration of Mexican culture as you might find in a Super Mex restaurant in Southern California. All the glorious colors and sounds, but with a distracting western sensibility and musical ear. Like a loud Cinco de Mayo piss-up crossed with a kids birthday party.
In David Ayer’s Fury, you will not find the Malick-like romanticism of war or vague, beautifully symbolic shots of war’s ravage. No, Fury seeks to paint as ugly of a literal portrait of war as possible with this latest WW2 film.
Greetings again from the darkness. When a filmmaker takes on WWII, he better have something new to say or a new way to show it. Director David Ayer (highly recommend his End of Watch, 2012) literally takes us inside a Sherman tank with its crew of 5 men, including their leader played by Brad Pitt.
Greetings again from the darkness. With no shortage of books, movies, TV specials, documentaries, or research papers about President John Kennedy’s assassination, one could wonder what yet another new project could possibly bring to the table. The answer is: eye-opening evidence presented in a concise manner by a group of experts.
It's been ten years since the Woodsboro murders, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), has put herself back together, mostly thanks to her writing. During her book tour, she returns to her hometown where she is visited by yet another Ghostface killer and it all starts back up again.
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Our latest poll wanted to check the impact of the latest Planet of the Apes movie, by asking you what was your favourite movie in the franchise.
You gave us your answers, and the results were quite surprising...
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Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max returns to our screens in 2015 with Mad max: Fury Road. Tom Hardy takes over the lead role of Max from Mel Gibson, and Charlize Theron stars as the Imperator Furiosa in what has been described as one giant car chase.
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Michael Keaton returns to our screens as an ageing actor, once famous for playing the role of an iconic superhero, mounts his comeback in a Broadway play featuring the return of Birdman!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Fourteen years after the release of the original movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gets its very own reboot for 2014. Now stop reading and enjoy this awesome trailer.
The Expendables 3
Barney and his team of Expendables are back in the latest adventure. Jam packed with action stars of past and present, the team need to confront a ghost from Barney's past, who Barney had thoguht he had killed years ago.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The conclusion of The Hobbit Trilogy is finally upon us. Bilbo and company have reclaimed the Lonely Mountain, but in the process unleashed the Dragon Smaug. Also the treasure is bringing its own problems.
A lost Ninja Clan must battle their way up an underground nuclear bunker filled with hordes of mutants, zombies and supernatural enemies if they want to survive, in a ninja's vs zombies remake of The Warriors.