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MOVIE REVIEW: The World’s End

Movie: The World’s End Director: Edgar Wright Writer: Simon Pegg, Edgar Wright Studio: Big Talk Productions, Relativity Media, Working Title Films The World’s End is a drunken action and comedy masterpiece that has a surprising amount of heart hidden underneath its absurdity. Filmmakers using the same cast and techniques throughout their films is nothing new to […]

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UTG Interview: Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg Discuss ‘The World’s End’

This weekend the team of Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg deliver the [amazing] final chapter of their Cornetto Trilogy to American moviegoers with the release of The World’s End. The film serves as a thematic companion to Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz, even though it features none of the same characters, […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FILM: The Chronicles Of Riddick

For The Love Of Film is a weekly column from film nerd and lover of all movies Justin Proper. Sometimes you need some help to figure out how to enjoy movies, and we are here to help! No longer will you need to fear movie night because your friends have no taste in film. With this […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FILM: Pitch Black

For The Love Of Film is a weekly column from film nerd and lover of all movies Justin Proper. Sometimes you need some help to figure out how to enjoy movies, and we are here to help! No longer will you need to fear movie night because your friends have no taste in film. With this […]

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FIRST LOOK: Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Gravity’

Alfonso Cuarón wowed us all with his 2006 film adaptation of Children of Men, a dystopian science fiction story written by P. D. James in 1992. Since then, however, Cuarón gave up his director’s chair for production credits on films such as Pan’s Labyrinth, only to sit back down again for 2013’s next Sci-Fi epic, Gravity. Gravity positions […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: Oblivion

Film: Oblivion Starring: Tom Cruise Director: Joseph Kosinski When I was younger, Sci-Fi was the genre I ran to when I needed an escape from the world around me. Outer space, the future, armageddon, it all drew me in with wide eyes and an open mind. What is the point of making movies if you […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: Dark Skies

Movie: Dark Skies Director: Scott Stewart Studio: Entertainment One, Blumhouse Productions It seems like every other week there is a new haunted house or demon possession movie. This style of horror has overtaken Hollywood due to its cost effectiveness. Those movies are cheap and no matter how bad they are they always seem to make money. What if this time […]

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UTG’S 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: “Event Horizon”

Of all the holidays celebrated worldwide, no one day is more loved by the UTG staff than Halloween. With the arrival of October, the time has finally come to begin rolling out a plethora of features and special announcements we have prepared in celebration of our favorite day, including the one you’re about to read. […]

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MOVIE TRAILER: Shuffle (From The Director Of “Dear Zachary”)

Years after making a splash on the indie scene with the ultra-mega-unbelievably-depressing film Dear Zachary, Kurt Kuenne returns to screens this summer with a low budget sci-fi flick genre nerds will be lining up to see. Acquired by Screen Media Films following a successful festival run, Shuffle is a black and white tale unlike any […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Theater Bizarre

Film: The Theater Bizarre Starring: Udo Kier, Virginia Newcomb, Amanda Marquardt Directed by: Various The last year has seen a rise in the number of horror anthologies being release and the latest, Image Entertainment’s Theater Bizarre, keeps things nice and weird. At the risk of setting hopes too high, it is clear from early on […]

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Reasonable Remakes: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate. You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet still […]

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REASONABLE REMAKES: The Wraith

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate. You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet […]