Welcome! DigModiFicaTion is the moniker of a super-uber nerd that loves music and movies. This site will serve as an information center on all of the digital modifications and projects that I am working on or a part of. Many thanks to those who have, do, and continue to support this oddity of a hobby. Feel free … Continue reading

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Battery No. 1 (2015) – A Short Review

This Russian film is based on the autobiographical story of Alexander Nikolaev. The production value is pretty great on this one, but the film is very odd. Apparently the film was sold to a Japanese or Korean film company. I can't find any imdb info on it though. The film is very thematic and presents … Continue reading Battery No. 1 (2015) – A Short Review

Rocky Balboa (2006) – A Short Review

Rocky Balboa (2006)Another great outing with the Italian Stallion. Stallone's portrayal of grief is touching. As with all Rocky movies, the good stuff is outside of the ring. This one has some great moments that really inspire. The first 2 rounds of the fight were filmed well, then it was theatrics, slow-motion and uninteresting. The … Continue reading Rocky Balboa (2006) – A Short Review

Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) – A Short Review

Found this one on Amazon Prime. This is probably the most fun I've had watching a movie with the munchkins. I found myself laughing right along. I love how they blend realistic, yet cartoony versions of insects and animals into real photography. The humor is similar to what you'd find in Shaun the Sheep and … Continue reading Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) – A Short Review

Finding Altamira (2016) – A Short Review

Finding Altamira (2016)I found this movie on Vudu today after seeing that The Odyssey was still playing for free and remembering how impressed and mesmerized I was by Pierre Niney's acting. If you haven't seen this young French actor you're missing out on an emerging master of the craft. When I clicked on Niney's filmography, Finding Altamira came … Continue reading Finding Altamira (2016) – A Short Review