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Bedeviled – A Film by the Vang Brothers  ‘Ever download a killer app? In this terrifying-thriller for the digital generation, five teenagers receive to download a Siri-like app. Once they accept, the app – which calls itself Mister Bedevil – begins a torment for each of them, tapping into their deepest, darkest fears. Now, this… Read More

About a month after the great Cheeto was inaugurated into the presidency earlier this year, Director Jordan Peele seemingly provided the clapback every marginalized person of color wished to express in defiance of Trump’s divisive rhetoric and wildly unsurprising idiocy. Something that was surprising, however, was how well Get Out explained to everyone just how… Read More

We just showed the movie WAREHOUSED to a local church group. It drew us into its story, which was heartwarming yet disturbing . Life Is My Movie Entertainment is to be congratulated on a dispassionate analysis of what it is really like to live as a long-term refugee – 25 years – in a camp… Read More

The year is TWENTY TWENTYFOUR. And this not so distant future is very dangerous. The world hangs in the balance. Twelve large multinationals form an alliance. In secret they build twelve bunkers to house the fortunate remnant chosen to go underground and escape the destruction of the world. But until we get to the apocalyptic… Read More

Where Spanish people actually speak in Spanish Assassin’s Creed has more than anything else, always been a framework for historical antics. All the future stuffed be damned – people want to lose themselves in the past of a dummy character whose only purpose is so we can play with history and assassin things. If any video… Read More

Many Bothans died to bring you this information Being a small part of A New Hope nobody thought too hard on, Rogue One is a funny thing to make a movie about. It basically exists to serve the purpose of another, larger movie, while sort of acting as a self-sustaining entity on its own. It’s… Read More

“It seems to me I am trying to tell you a dream – making a vein attempt, because no relation of a dream can convey the dream sensation.” – Joseph Conrad I dream, a lot, consistently every night – usually three or four times. I happen to remember them too. When you had several dreams… Read More

The Harry Potter kids have come of age now. Those who started as fankids with the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, are now solidly in their twenties, and those who got swept into the franchise with the later books, are mature teens. So, it makes sense that the most recent film to… Read More

First screened here during the 2016 NZ International Film Festival, Saburra is a heady concoction of vice, corruption, greed, and bloodshed. Italian director Stefan Sollima lays the sleaze on thick to paint a grimy, synth-infused tale of escalating mob violence on the streets of modern day Rome. The story follows a business proposition to turn… Read More

Arrival takes and old idea and attempts to make it new again in Dennis Villeneuve’s latest thinking man’s blockbuster. The landing of 12 space crafts, looking rather like London’s gherkin skyscraper, at various locations around the world incites widespread panic and fear. Amid the chaos, a linguistics professor is recruited by the American military to… Read More