Directed by Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski
From the Great White North enclave known as Astron-6 (“Manborg,” “Father’s Day”) and an extremely successful IndieGoGo campaign is born a horror that is equal parts homage and homegrown madness and while it does not reach the mountains of said mania, it ascends higher than most of its genre compatriots.
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The Fate of the Furious
Directed by F. Gary Gray
Another year, another run down the track with “The Fast and Furious” crew in the latest installment of this long running series that is showing some major tread wear but has enough mileage to make it work – though only diehard fans and casual moviegoers need fuel up.
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Tagged action, cars, Charlize Theron, Dwayne Johnson, F Gary Gray, Helen Mirren, Jason Statham, Ludacris, Michelle Rodriguez, street racing, The Fast and The Furious, The Rock, Tyrese Gibson, Vin Diesel
Director Rupert Sanders (Snow White and The Huntsman) directs this loose live action adaptation of Mamoru Oshii’s groundbreaking 1995 cyberpunk anime Ghost in the Shell. An adaptation that invokes the visuals of its source to the exception of the heart and soul behind it, remaining a hollow copy of it at best.
French director Julia Ducournau makes her feature film directorial debut with this unsettling coming-of-age horror film that does for cannibalism what Ginger Snaps did for werewolves.
Director Danny Boyle returns to the world of Scottish heroin addiction he first explored in 1996’s Trainspotting with most of the original cast returning to see where these characters are 20 years after the events of the original film.