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‘It’s not my department’: A Review of Brazil

Terry Gilliam’s Brazil has eluded me for many years now. After having read, watched, and played through many dystopian worlds, I have finally decided to watch the cult 80’s film. Needless to say, the ...

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“You work with what you got, not what you hoped for.” – Review of Hotel Artemis (2018)

The Hotel Artemis is a black-market hospital supplying sketchy high tech services to subscribing members, that is, criminals wealthy enough to pay, with the guidance of the reclusive Nurse (Jodie Fost...

The Legacy of the Matrix

“Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.” On Easter weekend twenty years ago, movie-goers took this message to heart when the question was on...

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Recipe for hate – a review of Genocidal Organ (anime adaptation, 2017)

The year is 2020 and since a nuclear terrorist attack on Sarajevo in 2015, the first world has gone in full on surveillance mode. Faces, brainwaves and heartbeats are monitored by various devices at e...

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Domain, The Post-Apocalyptic Social Network

There is an outbreak of lethal influenza and people are taking refuge in underground bunkers. We’ve been there before, right? Except for this time, to prevent any form of contagion from the “Sah...

Spielberg Returns to Cyberpunk with Ready Player One

Even if you’re the kind of person who tries their damnedest to remain insulated from our ad-saturated reality, you probably know that the ‘80s are “in” right now. For better or for worse, the movies, ...

Ex Machina: A Movie Of Machines About Human Ambition

I took a long time to finally watch to Alex Garland’s debut film Ex Machina (2015), but when I was finally able to see it, I had so much high hopes that I ended up being a little bit disappointed. How...

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Review: Vice – Westworld Goes Action Movie

When I originally watched the trailer for Vice, I immediately thought this is what Westworld would look like if it had been an action movie. Now, having actually watched the film, I find that I was ri...