Modified

Modified

Modified

 

Back in October I did a review over at Rogue Cinema about a cyberpunk thriller called Modified (just click the link if you wanna read the review!).  Anyway, the director just got in touch with me to let me know that the full length film is now available for viewing over on Youtube and asked me to help get the word out.  So without further ado, I present Modified – a dark sci-fi thriller set in the underground world of technological body modification.  If that sounds like it might float your boat, head on over and check it out – I thought it was pretty good, pretty entertaining and a lot of fun!

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About mistylayne

I'm a Z movie loving, horror hound, Buffy quoting, Dr. Who watching, geekazoid and seeker of all things unusual. I'm a gypsy wanderer, lover of words, Wendy of the damned and all that jazz. What can I say? I'm complicated.

Posted on 2013.26.January, in British Cinema, Irregular Posting, psychological thriller, Rogue Cinema and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Awesome, look forward to watching this!

  2. Definitely going to give this a shot! Looks super cool :)

  3. I watched about 14 minutes of it — I’d like to look at the rest later. I got up to the part right after he says these body modification people live in a virtual world while they’re like zombies — I thought ha! this sounds like some of us bloggers! It is quite intriguing — I think I’ll check the rest of it out…

  4. kidmiracleshitter

    I’ll give this a watch before the weekend is through.

    • Great – let me know what you think! :)

      • kidmiracleshitter

        I watched this Sunday evening. It was an interesting premise, cinematically it had it’s moments. The actors delivered their lines and presented their characters competently. There was some sort of odd disconnect/ amateurism involved in the pacing of the line delivery. It was very off putting. Something just didn’t play out correctly when one character finishes their line and the next characters starts theirs. I’m not sure if that’s an editing or a directorial problem. The fist fight scene was quite obviously poorly blocked. It would be somewhat interesting to see a more professional version of this based on the premise, whether it was a theatrical release, Netflix, or on scyfy.

      • I definitely agree with you on some of that. I think in my review I mentioned a similar issue with the one actress/character who just repeatedly keeps saying that she ran away – I found that odd and offputting and it totally took me out of the film. I think for the budget they had, it was fairly well put together but yes, a more professional and bigger version of this based on the same premise would be intriguing.

        Thank you for watching though! Although I’m not personally involved with this production and only reviewed it, I appreciate you taking the time to support an indie filmmaker and I’m sure everybody actually involved does too! :)

  5. Okay, I just watched the entire movie — haha! — while exercising, cooking and eating dinner — perfect. I enjoyed it! I especially loved the music. Yay!

  6. I really love how you’re able to say ‘The director got in contact with me…’ Man that’s cool. :)

    • *giggles* I promise it’s way less cool than it sounds – I’m in touch with a lot of directors/writers/actors/etc. because I write for an online magazine and do interviews and stuff. ;)

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