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Crime, Science Fiction and Fantasy
It’s 2044 and 25-year-old Joe is working as a ‘looper’ for a criminal enterprise, tasked with ending the life of victims sent back in time from 2074. However, when confronted with his future self, Joe briefly hesitates and fails to get the job done. From here, we follow both Old Joe and Young Joe as the latter chases the former, attempting to atone for his error. Meanwhile, Old Joe is searching for some closure of his own, seeking to hunt down and kill the child who will eventually grow into his wife’s murderer. This is a film full of interesting and complex sci-fi concepts, from telekinetic powers to alternative timelines, combined with intelligent, provoking screenwriting.
Low-budget indie sci-fi about two engineers who invent a device to help in cheat the stock market, but which also has time travel potential.
16+ years 73 mins
Time-travelling caper with Marty McFly travelling to the 1950s in Doc Brown's DeLorean. Stunning visuals and endless 80s tropes.
7+ years 117 mins
Three cynical magazine employees go looking for the story behind a newspaper classified ad looking for a time-travelling companion!
14+ years 81 mins
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