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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Poltergeist’ Is A Reboot Nightmare

Film: Poltergeist Starring: Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt Directed by: Gil Kenan Thirty-three years after Tobe Hooper sent chills down the spines of audience members everywhere with his unique and thrilling Poltergeist film, a modern reboot has appeared with absolutely nothing new to share. Directed by Gil Kenan, the 2015 version of Poltergeist borrows its core […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Better Living Through Chemistry’

Movie: Better Living Through Chemistry Directed by: Geoff Moore, David Posamentier Starring: Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan If you want a lesson in how to waste a fine cast, you could look further than Better Living Through Chemistry. A well-meaning but distinctly uninteresting attempt at humour combining the ensemble talents of Sam Rockwell, Olivia […]

‘Better Living Through Chemistry’ Trailer: Because Everyone Wants To Go On A Crime Spree With Olivia Wilde

Here’s a setup you have probably heard before: Man who has the ability to help everyone cannot seem to help himself and falls head-over-heels for a woman far out of his league who teaches him a thing or two about living in the moment. Hijinks ensue, and before either one knows what is going on […]


Film: A Single Shot Directed by: David M. Rosenthal Written by: Matthew F. Jones Starring: Sam Rockwell, Jeffrey Wright, Kelly Reilly A Single Shot is the sort of country-fried noir we don’t often see in America anymore. For whatever reason, it’s usually best to head across the Atlantic if you’re a fan of the genre […]

UTG LIST: 10 Summer VOD Hits You May Have Missed

Summer 2013 has been one for the record books as far as movies are concerned. There have been many success stories, as well as a surprising amount of failures, and now as the dog days of summer begin to wind down we think it’s time to reflect on the best films you’ve yet to see. […]

Moon [Film Review]

Film: Moon Release: June 12, 2009 Genre: Sci-fi/indie/existential Rating: R 2009 has quickly become a great year for independent cinema. If you’ve been following our last three reviews, you’ve noticed that they all have been fairly positive for recent releases, but this one takes the cake. Moon, a film originally written and now directed by […]