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1 Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

A video game villain wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives.

7.8/10 181,718
2 Gamer (2009)

In a future mind-controlling game, death row convicts are forced to battle in a 'doom'-type environment. Convict Kable, controlled by Simon, a skilled teenage gamer, must survive 30 sessions in order to be set free. Or won't he?

5.8/10 93,886
3 Columbo (1971 TV series)
Episode: Playback

A gadget-happy inventor murders his mother-in-law; Lt. Columbo is on the case.

7.5/10 819
4 Glitch! (1988)

Two thieves rob a large fancy house when the owner is away. But when a visitor mistakes them for the owner...

2.9/10 286
5 Glitch in the Grid (2011)

Three artists struggling against the grid of society find spiritual renewal.

6.7/10 61
6 The Glitch (2008 short)

A digital short movie in which an insomniac urbanite is visited by a stranger in his bathroom mirror, challenging his perception of reality and his mental health.

7.4/10 19
7 Ceibas: Beneath the Pressure of the Sky (2008 documentary short)

Following in the Ceibas Cycle's progression, 'Beneath the Pressure of the Sky' attempts to approximate...

8 Glitch (2008 short)

When a cyber-thief confronts their victim, both must decide what lies ahead in their future.

9 The Earl Sessions (2011 documentary)

Film about a superhero struggling with failure.

10 Interruptus (2011 short)

Interruptus is a glitch film, comprised completely of strategically halted downloads of digital videos. These broken files are then transformed into a stunning fugue of abstract texture.

11 Sick Rose (2011 short)
12 Fundstück (2012 short)
13 Fahrt ans Ende der Nacht (2014 documentary)
14 Caihong City (2014)

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