All posts tagged Ex Machina

Annihilation Review – Alex Garland’s Latest Science Fiction Masterpiece Will Melt your Brain, Marvel your Eyes and Master your Attention

Writer/director Alex Garland has risen through the ranks of contemporary filmmakers quite quickly, and for good reason. With Dredd, Garland could have been the new Paul Verhoeven. With his official […]

Marjorie Prime Review – A Gentle, Gracious Meditation on Memory and Mourning, with a Holographic Jon Hamm to Boot

There are two kinds of science fiction. There are the big-budgeted spectacles that seek to explore uncharted universes, with lavish set designs and ambitious narratives. And then there is the […]