A somewhat campy, yet ultimately enjoyable indie dark comedy/sci-fi/satire about an AI robot in an office setting that goes ballistic when it finds out its going to be replaced.
A trippy and visually stunning revenge thriller from co-writer/director Panos Cosmatos.
Sundance award winner Computer Chess arrives on Blu-ray, and it will be one of the most unique comedies you’ll see this year
Just Like a Woman is saved by its cinematography and female leads, otherwise it is an average film about friendship with cliché characters.
Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter is a beautiful exploration of tragedy and loss, available on Blu-ray from the UK’s Artificial Eye
Simon Killer is an overwhelmingly depressing, though visually stunning effort from director Antonio Campos
Kerouac’s iconic story of post-war restlessness finally makes it to the screen, in a good, but pale version in comparison to its source.
A long, tedious “epic” with pretensions of being a new Lawrence of Arabia, Day of the Falcon is all glitz and no soul.
Highlighted by a funny, sometimes quirky performance by The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg, Why Stop Now is an interesting comedy worth checking out.
This low budget superhero thriller lacks the punch to make it an interesting watch.