‘One & Two’ is an alternative take on the superhero origin story which is both extremely moving and unbearably tense.
The extent to which an emergent artificial intelligence might resemble a human being has driven the narrative of countless science fiction films, with mankind’s fate often hinging on just how ‘human’ such an entity turns out to be. Matthew Leutwyler’s Uncanny (which received its UK premiere at last month’s Edinburgh International Film Festival) is also […]
On paper, a film which is almost two hours of talking heads (with occasional photographic accompaniment) doesn’t sound like the most appealing prospect. But when you’ve as colourful a parade of characters as the past and present writers and artists at 2000AD magazine, just letting them tell their story makes for compelling viewing. Director Paul […]
Back in 1997, James Mangold’s understated crime thriller Cop Land gained a great deal of critical notice due to the performance of its leading man. Nothing unusual there, except that the leading man in question was Sylvester Stallone, an actor who had spent most of the previous two decades making a name for himself in […]
No, really; we’re here. Over the next couple of weeks, your humble Geekzine will be bringing you reviews galore from the festival’s various screens throughout the city. Just like in previous years, the EIFF has excelled once again in delivering a goodly amount of geek-friendly fare among its programmed offerings, and we’re particularly excited about […]