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Review: The Divide

It’s often said that art is a reflection of the society in which it was produced, and that even the most personal of creations have something to say about the larger culture in which they were birthed. 1,014 more words


Garbage Day #008: Deadfall

Live from Düsseldorf, it’s Garbage Day Night! Endlich ist die Zeit gekommen, dass wir uns hier ausführlich unserer allerliebsten Person im Universum widmen können: Nicolas Cage. 81 more words

Garbage Day

Terminator + 30 years

On 26 October, 1984, and with little fanfare, James Cameron’s  scifi-thriller Terminator (1984) was released to the world. The rest you know.

Terminator is one of those rare achievements in science fiction film where the parts make up something greater than the whole. 724 more words

Science Fiction

30 Years ago today - The Terminator (Film review)

Los Angeles: 2029 AD

The machines rose from the ashes of the nuclear fire. Their war to exterminate mankind had raged for decades, but the final battle would not be fought in the future. 1,407 more words

Film Reviews

The Terminator at 30: Why Kyle Reese Is the Most Interesting Action Hero

“John Connor gave me a picture of you once. I didn’t know why at the time. It was very old – torn, faded. You were young like you are now. 1,558 more words

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Never Forget O.J. Simpson Almost Played 'The Terminator' & Other Facts About The Sci-Fi Classic

The 30th anniversary of The Terminator is upon us. The sci-fi movie that launched James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger into super stardom changed the face of the genre and kick-started a franchise that is almost as strong today — with the upcoming release of… 818 more words


Midnight Screening: The Terminator

Those who’ve seen the sequels to this borderline-depraved urban-horror that typifies menace may be forgiven for thinking this first film is something it has no interest in being. 1,696 more words