Documentary Spotlight: The Unbinding (2023)
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by robotGEEK The team behind the excellent docu-series Hellier (2019), Greg and Dana Newkirk, return with this documentary about a mysterious haunted object that was found in the woods that wrecks havoc on anyone who possesses it, and their attempt to return it back to it's original resting place.  Occult experts Greg and Dana Newkirk, along with their eager friend Tyler, upon discovering the mysterious artifact, do a helluva job uncovering its secrets, history, origin and ultimately it's purpose. Then they need to figure out a way to return this artifact back to where it belongs, which ..read more
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The Cult Corner: Altered States (1980)
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by robotGEEK "The most terrifying experiment in the history of science is out of control...and the subject is himself" I forget what the reason was or how it was brought up, but recently Altered States was mentioned on my Instagram (@robotgeek) and it got me thinking that I hadn't seen it in ages. I grabbed my old snapcase DVD and threw it on that night and was completely floored by this experience for a number of reasons. First and foremost, I was floored by how good this was. Secondly, that I hadn't remembered a thing about it, and third, that nobody ever talks about it, which is kind of s ..read more
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90's Action Attack!: Digital Man (1995)
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  by robotGEEK 80's & 90's low-budget sci-fi/action should be a genre all on it's own, because some real gems came out of that period, and I'm still discovering some of them even to this day, like this one. Funnily enough, I've had this VHS for so many years I can't remember, but I never got around to watching it for some reason. Recently when I decided to sell of the majority of my collection, I decided to finally give it a watch and well, I fucking loved it. I had no clue what to expect, only knowing that it has a kickass title and stars Mathius Hues (Dark Angel) as the titular Dig ..read more
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New Film Review: Spaceman (2024)
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by robotGEEK I caught this today and I absolutely loved it. Slow sci-fi is my jam, but slow surreal sci-fi drama? Even better. Adam Sandler plays a cosmonaut named Jakub who is on a year-long solo mission to Jupiter to collect samples from a mysterious pink cloud that has been coloring the skies of the planet earth for 4 years. Jakub and his wife Lenka (Carry Mulligan) also happen to be in relationship turmoil as she’s about to give birth to their child on earth while Jakob is away, coincidentally dealing with his inner demons, when an alien visitor suddenly appears on Jakubs ship. This alie ..read more
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New Film Review: Poor Things
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by robotGEEK Generally I tend to focus my reviews and posts on older films, anywhere from the 70's on through the early 2000's, which is wild to think that the aughts era is already sort of retro. Time flies! But I just saw this film last night and I thought it was incredible and I haven't stopped thinking of it since.  I knew nothing going into this. I hadn't seen the trailer (not sure why), and to be honest I've never seen a film from director Yorgos Lanthimos. It looked fantastical and I found it an unusual film to get so many Oscar nominations, but since it did, I figured it would be ..read more
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I'm Baaaaaaack.....
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Hello everyone, and if you're one of my regular followers, thank you for having stuck around during my very long absence. I had a very difficult 2 years. The worst 2 years of my life if I'm being honest, and needed to step away and focus on my life, which had completely fallen apart in December of 2021. It's taken me this long to pull myself together and while I can't say I'm back to my old self 100%, I do feel a lot better than I have since 2021.  Despite my life being in turmoil, I still managed to watch an insane amount of films and shows during this hiatus, and pretty much kept my f ..read more
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Lost Cos: The Genre-Bending Feature Debut From Robin de Levita Hits Theaters December 8th
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  Directed by: Robin de Levita Lost Cos, the directorial debut of renowned theatre producer Robin de Levita, who's producing credits on the stage include Chicago, Titanic, 42nd Street, Into the Woods, Contact, West Side Story, The Who's Tommy and a host of other projects, makes his feature film debut blending a slew of genre's that is a little hard to categorize, but also the reason that makes it quite unique, something most films are scared to do. That in itself makes it stand out from the crowd.  Eni (Evgeniya Radilova) is a dental assistant by day, who finds solace and comfort in ..read more
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Tubi Tuesday Presents: Robocop: The Series (1994)
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  by robotGEEK Now this was as total surprise. This is a series I've been wanting to watch for ages, but from what I gather, this particular series has never gotten an official DVD release here in the states (but it is available on DVD in other regions), though the 2001 Mini-Series Prime Directives has. So just a heads up, be sure not to confuse the two.  Released in 1994, Robocop: The Series has a very tumultuous relationship to the franchise fanbase. Let's be honest, most hate it. And believe me, I can understand why. It's a PG rated Robocop series. Did they learn nothing from th ..read more
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The Cult Corner: Johnny Mnemonic (1994)
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Deeply Flawed, Yet Oddly Enjoyable by robotGEEK Hello friends! So I finally decided to revisit this cult classic after nearly 30 years. I recently made a snarky comment online about my dislike for this film, only to realize that I was very much in the minority on that! People really seem to love this, so I thought I'd give it another chance. Maybe I was missing something upon that first viewing so many years ago?  Here is my newest video review from my new YouTube Channel. If you'd rather see a written review instead, please drop a comment or shoot me an email. If you enjoy the vide ..read more
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90's Thriller Throwback: White Sands (1992)
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by robotGEEK Just When You Think You've Seen All The Best Ones, A Surprise Pops Up Out of Nowhere At this point, it's almost always a surprise when I discover an underrated gem within this genre, because I feel like I've almost seen them all. And that's exactly what this is; an underrated gem. A film I am shocked nobody ever brings up. The other day I was really feeling in the mood for a solid 90's thriller, one I hadn't already seen before. So I threw on Sandra Bullock's The Net, and I couldn't get past about 30-45 minutes because it was dull as shit. I'm sure with some different casting, a ..read more
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