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Let’s all take a moment to appreciate the amazing run director Denis Villeneuve is on. He showed the world that Jake Gyllenhaal can go dark with Prisoners and Enemy, Sicario was one of the best films of 2015 and next year, Villeneuve has the long-awaited Blade Runner sequel hitting theaters. For now, we’ll have to make do

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On the new Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ get up to some monkey business with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

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Godzilla, that green, rubbery, nuclear-breathing master of destruction–he’s basically like if Gumby kicked ass, right? His origins were a little different. Close to a decade after America dropped the atom bomb, Japanese filmmaker Ishirô Honda sought to show us, in stark black-and-white, what the bomb may have wrought: a physical

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Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is swinging back into theaters with The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and we’re on hand to dissect it. There is just so much going on in this movie that Paul and AJ have recruited another villain for their burgeoning franchise: Kenn Edwards of So Let’s Get to the Point and Project Batman. The

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The Gobbledygeek gang, aided once more by Broken Magic author Eric Sipple, discuss Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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On the new episode of Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ sail away for a discussion of Darren Aronofsky’s strange new biblical epic Noah.

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Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis star in Jupiter Ascending, an original science fiction epic adventure from filmmakers Lana and Andy Wachowski.

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Viv Mah reviews the eleventh episode of Almost Human, “Disrupt.”

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Robocop has some smart ideas, but can’t escape the action movie within.

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The exceedingly British Wesley “Wezzo” Mead makes his triumphant return to Gobbledygeek, where he regales Paul and AJ with the triumphant story of his triumphantly watching five terrible movies (well, one of them wasn’t bad) in one triumphant day. It’s all very triumphal. Paul also recounts how Alabama went post-apocalyptic wasteland

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Following it’s three week hiatus, Viv Mah reviews the ninth episode of Almost Human, “Unbound”.

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The official trailer for Joseph Kosinski’s (Tron: Legacy) Oblivion has arrived, and it looks amazing. The epic science fiction film stars Tom Cruise. Universal will likely be releasing a US version of this tomorrow, so stay tuned. Keep reading for the synopsis and to check out the trailer and poster.

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When you think of film and time-travel there are a lot of movies that come to mind: The Time Machine, Back to the Future, The Terminator and Primer to name a few. Rian Johnson (Brick and The Brothers Bloom) has decided to throw his hat in with the sub-genre and while I will not say that it redefines it, it definitely uses the ideas that have already been established by the films that came before it and adds a twist on it to create one of the most enjoyable science-fiction experiences you’ll see this year.

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There is lots of interesting buzz surrounded Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, a “sort-of-but-not-really” prequel to the Alien franchise.  Recently a  creative piece of viral marketing surfaced, featuring a TED talk from the year 2023! In the clip, Peter Weyland (played by Guy Pearce) addresses his mission to create humanoid androids within

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John Carter of Mars is one of the most influential science fiction stories of all time. Its impact can be felt in Star Wars, Star Trek, Avatar, and basically any modern science fiction tale. This is the story that started it all. Yet, Disney’s John Carter could be one of the

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IN TIME rushes through the deeper points and chooses to instead dwell on the chase and the relationship. What could have been a science fiction take on the 99% movement, during its peak no less, instead ends up as a rushed romance and chase flick, with a little political sentiment sprinkled in.

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