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Ex Machina – Movie Review


Will mankind ever create artificial intelligence that will masquerade as human? Ex-Machina attempts to tackle that question along with the morality of such experiments. Should we create artificial life just because we can? When it falls outside its operating parameters, can we just discard it? Ex-Machina is a clever and beautiful film which is reminiscent of many slow ...

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Top 5 Most Shocking Surprises of Geek Culture in 2014 – What Happens Next Will Make You Nerd Rage


It’s that time of the year when every website and their dog have a top 5 list about something. Well, G33k-e has a cat! (Editor’s Note: Her name is Sherlock) 2014 provided some rather interesting surprises in the world of geeky things, so let’s talk about them in great detail. 5. Star Wars: Episode VII ...

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Judge Dredd: Superfiend Review


2012 saw the release of Dredd, an excellent motion picture version of the comic book series Judge Dredd. Karl Urban took the reigns of the justice dispenser himself, and he fit the role perfectly. The entire film generally felt like it was crafted with love and care, accurately representing what the fans wanted after the ...

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The Machine – Movie Review


The idea of human and machine hybrid technology has been the basis of many great stories, from the classic Frankenstein to science fiction films such as Blade Runner, Terminator and Robocop. Throughout these stories, there is often the dark question of whether or not humans should play the role of Nicolas Cage, with many creations ...

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Tank Girl: The Movie Retrospective


With comic book movies going through a period of huge popularity and success currently, it’s not surprising to believe that nearly everything that has been put into the pages of a comic will now end up with some form of film adaptation. Luckily for us fans, most are actually turning out to be good movies ...

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Blade Runner: The Game – A Retrospective


The futuristic, bleak, smog filled, rain sodden, crowded, high-tech world that is depicted in Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult science fiction film Blade Runner appears to be an increasingly accurate prediction of how modern society is evolving. Set in the year of 2019, in a multi-cultural, neon lit and advertisement filled Los Angeles, it follows the ...

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The Maxx – Animated Series Retrospectve


Some heroes like to dress in black and use high-tech expensive technology, living extravagant lifestyles when not fighting crime, using their issues to fuel their passion to combat criminals… other heroes dress in purple, live in a box, with their only weapon being their fists, they want a good meal and a bath and try ...

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