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Ghosts Of Mars Review: The cast is full of geektastic actors

Ghosts Of Mars may have been one of John Carpenter’s lesser works. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of remarkable things about it… Back…

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Iceman 2 Review: This movie is a mess from start to end

A film about a time travelling, kung-fu kicking soldier does not need a musical interlude. Sadly this is only one of many things that stops Iceman:…

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The Vast of Night review: It is sort of slow-burn 1950s Stranger Things

The Vast of Night is a captivating sci-fi thriller that’s elevated by its rich script, stunning cinematography. And incredibly charming leads. The Twilight Zone has impacted the…

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Beyond White Space Review: A Cool Concept and Impressive Visuals

Beyond White Space has impressive visuals and a cool concept. But the characters are all very bland and forgettable making it lack heart. I thought…

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Crystal Fortune Run 1994: Sharla Cheung and Anita Yuen in Hong Kong Science Fiction-Thriller

While there is really no doubt that Hong Kong film-makers can keep up with (and many times exceed) their western counterparts in most aspects despite…

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Crystal Fortune Run: A Hong Kong 1990s Science Fiction-Thriller

Crystal Fortune Run (Bao Phong Nhan) is a science fiction-thriller from Hong Kong attempts to blend the grittiness of noir-ish Blade Runner-type cyberpunk with the sweeping…

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The White Haired Witch Of Lunar Kingdom: Fan Bing Bing and Huang Xiaoming are the highlight of the movie

Overstuffed but underwhelming, this film might just give you a few more strands of white hair after watching it. Based loosely on Liang Yusheng’s novel Baifa…

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Neil Breen’s “Twisted Pair:” How I learned to stop worrying and love AI

Neil Breen’s “Twisted Pair,” a crazed fever dream of a movie, written by, directed by and starring Breen, had a screening at the Capitol Theatre…

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“Illang: The Wolf Brigade” eventually loses its way

SEOUL, July 24 (Yonhap) — “Illang: The Wolf Brigade,” director Kim Jee-woon’s live-action adaptation of the popular 1999 Japanese animation “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade,” aims…

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Julia Hart’s “Fast Color” is a beautiful take on a superheroic family

On one level, the failure of “Fast Color” is a simple story: After its world premiere at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, Julia Hart’s sci-fi…

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