In an America (just a small nudge into the future) that’s plagued by crime and unemployment, society split into the haves and the haven’t-got-a-hopes, the right-wing totalitarian government have instituted...
Surprisingly undated, Jurassic Park stands up remarkably well – and the 3D conversion is decent
The Purge has a brilliant set-up – in fact, one of the most intriguing in years. Imagine a world where, for one night every year, all laws are suspended.
Buckle your sphincters, Futurama fans — you're in for the wildest ride yet. As you may have guessed by now, we here at Screenjabber Towers kinda like Futurama.
OK, the first Fantastic Four film didn't set the world on fire, although admittedly it was much, much better than the unreleased 1994 Roger Corman version.
Creating a disturbing smack-addled world, the animation in A Scanner Darkly serves up a discomforting skew on reality as we know it.