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Escape From L.A. (1996) - Movie Review

The first movie that I ever saw that Kurt Russell (Soldier), had ever done was the movie, Backdraft (1991). When I saw that movie I found that everyone in that movie had done a great job, but I found that I liked the role that Kurt Russell had played the most! 602 more words

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MGSV: Ground Zeroes

It’s weird.

This was the Metal Gear I was going to take home, show it off to my parents and my friends. It had grown up, matured, become more worldly and modern. 709 more words

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For Grey Matter Art's Second Print Release They Give Gabz A Shot At John Carpenter's 1981 Classic: "Escape From New York"

Grey Matter Art is an officially licensed, limited edition, film and entertainment poster company, featuring great properties by some very talented artists. They are teasing their next project and we can’t WAIT to see the final, full version.  539 more words

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Grey Matter Art Tease Their Next Release, The First Ever Officially Licensed 'Escape From New York' Screen Print By Gabz

Last month new poster company Grey Matter Art launched with a phenomenal poster for Cannibal Holocaust by Randy Oritz. Reception to the piece was extremely positive with very few remaining over in their… 334 more words

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Trailer Tracks: The Fog (1980) - John Carpenter

I’m a huge John Carpenter fan, and came to his movies in the late 80s with Big Trouble In Little China and then a severely cut version of The Thing aired on television. 69 more words

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John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness

John Carpenter, the quintessential Termite Artist and a filmmaker commonly conceived of as an American primitivist/minimalist, exposes an artsy-fartsy, cosmopolitan side in this underrated 1987 horror  11 more words

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Netflix Graveyard: Big Trouble in Little China

Sometimes a girl just wants to kick back and relax with a fun and dumb movie. When I was younger, it was romantic comedies. Now that I have grown up and noticed romantic comedies have not grown with me, I have discovered the wonderful world of eighties action flicks. 502 more words

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