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Film Review: Ex Machina (2015) ★★★★★

There are not many directors or writers who speak to the viewer through the context, subject matters, or ideas that are translated to film. Alex Garland is one of those thinking filmmakers who gives himself enough time to write something that will blow people`s minds. 675 more words

Great Films

Ex Machina (2015)

There’s this dude Nathan. He’s one of the few dudes onscreen in Ex Machina, the directorial debut of 28 Days Later and Sunshine scribe Alex Garland. 1,585 more words


Watch it, love it, get addicted!

Speaking of “discovering things” (mentioned in my last post, about being diagnosed with RRMS): a little while ago, I was poking around IMDb in search of zombie related stuff to watch now that… 388 more words


Ex Machina Review

With technological possibilities widening by the day, it seems as though society is more fearful of being possessed by artificial intelligence than ever before. After all, if we can barely go a day without our I-Phone on hand where could we go if they all could decide to rebel, and turn off. 699 more words

Movie Review

28 Weeks Later

28 Weeks Later is the sequel to the wildly successful 28 Days Later. As much as I actually like this movie, it doesn’t quite live up to the original. 807 more words


Dystopian Films

28 Days Later

Blade Runner

A Clockwork Orange

Escape From New York

Logan’s Run

Mad Max

12 Monkeys

Pitch Black

Soylent Green



Indie Revolver Talks to Ex Machina Director Alex Garland About Auteurs, Star Wars and a New 28 Days Later Film!

by: Jay Carlson

Indie Revolver recently had the opportunity to sit down with writer/director Alex Garland to discuss his newest film, Ex Machina. You might know Garland through his previous work as a comic artist or novelist (He wrote the novel that was adapted for the Danny Boyle film,  1,854 more words