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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Tomorrowland’ Lacks Wonder And Coherence

Film: Tomorrowland Starring: Britt Robertson, George Clooney Directed By: Brad Bird As the first shot rolls on Tomorrowland, we see Clooney’s Frank Walker talking to the camera about his pessimistic predilections towards the future. Once he is done telling his story, the camera pans over Britt Robertson’s Casey Newton, someone self-dubbed as an optimist as […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘I Origins’

Film: I Origins Directed by: Mike Cahill Starring: Michael Pitt, Steven Yeun, Brit Marling What if you experienced something in your life that would result in shattering your preconceptions about it? That’s what Mike Cahill, director of 2011’s mystifying Another Earth, is asking with his new film I Origins. Luckily, that overlying theme is just […]

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UTG APPROVED: Jaw-Dropping ‘In Saturn’s Rings’ Trailer Promotes Lack Of CGI

It’s hard to go to the movies anymore and see a film void of CGI, but one spring 2014 film promises to offer such an experience, and it’s without a doubt one of the biggest stories ever brought to the silver screen. Using over one million photographs and absolutely no digital manipulation, mapping, or texturing, […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: John D. Boswell (Symphony Of Science)

This feature sets itself apart from our typical arsenal of interviews here at UTG, but as the focus is an incredible project not only comprised of music, but also a fresh aim at teaching the wonders of science, we feel it’s only appropriate that anyone and everyone be aware of John Boswell and his brainchild, […]

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Born Of Osiris Cover “Science” by System Of A Down

We’ve seen countless lyric videos in the past year or so but this may be the first for a cover by a band. Born Of Osiris have released their take of System Of A Down’s “Science” from their iconic 2001 release, Toxicity. The band have taken a SOAD classic and added that beloved BOO twist, […]

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[New Feature] WHAT THE FILM!?: Deep Blue Sea

What better way to usher in the first weekend of November than by debuting a BRAND NEW FEATURE? What The Film is a new weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to […]

Science Fiction Theater posts new song

Science Fiction Theater have made a new song, ‘A Wedding Song’ available to listen to after the jump!