Blade Runner 2049 Film Review

1982 is an important year in cinematic history. It was the year that Ridley Scott released the highly influential film, Blade Runner. While the theatrical cut is a compromised waste of celluloid smothered in a voice over and studio-mandated happy ending, the film’s production design and the tone that could be felt through the executive... Continue Reading →

Ghost in the Shell

  In the future mankind has embraced cybernetic augmentation to enhance various aspects of themselves. Mira Killian, a survivor of a terrorist attack, is chosen to test the first "Shell", an entierly robot body that contains her biological brain, or her mind (also known as her "ghost"). However when a cyber terrorist called Kazu targets... Continue Reading →

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