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Starship Troopers (1997)

Director: Paul Verhoeven

Writers: Edward Neumeier

Stars: Casper Van Dien, Denise Richards & Dina Meyer

Starship Troopers shouldn’t work. It’s a sci-fi action movie, starring a bunch of third rate actors from the guy that directed… 659 more words

Film Reviews

[Blu-Ray Review] David Cronenberg’s ‘Scanners’ Shines Like Never Before With The Criterion Treatment; Now Available on Blu-Ray & DVD From The Criterion Collection

Scanners (The Criterion Collection)

Director: David Cronenberg

Cast: Jennifer O’Neill, Stephen Lack, Michael Ironside, Patrick McGoohan

Release Date: Now Available on Criterion Dual Format Blu-Ray & DVD… 952 more words


Learn The Real Story Behind How They Made The Guy's Head Explode In 'Scanners'

Even if you’ve never watched or even heard of David Cronenberg’s 1981 Sci-Fi horror film Scanners, there’s a really good chance you’ve seen the film’s most well-known scene. 170 more words

Film Drunk

DVD@Home for July 15: Face of Love, Scanners and Rio 2

Marquee matinee

Rio 2: 3 stars out of 5 — Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway reprise their vocal roles as two blue macaws in this sequel to the first animated film about rare birds. 576 more words


Killer Queens from Outer Space Episode #16 - Don't Fuck With the Original!

It’s episode 16 of Killer Queens from Outer Space, available for your listening pleasures! Rene, Jeff and Eric chat in this first episode of a new two-parter theme, Original Sinners and Copycat Killers, talking about the original versions of the horror and sci-fi movies: The Last House on the Left (1972), Dawn of the Dead (1979) and Total Recall (1990). 164 more words


The Next Karate Kid Review

The Karate Kid trilogy was pretty intriguing. It was never as good as the Rocky films, but Daniel LaRusso eventually became a decent main character. It was always fun to see Mr. 1,648 more words

Live Action Movies

A Fighting Man Review

An air of melancholy pervades A Fighting Man, a boxing movie that may do more to kill the sport than mixed martial arts fighting. The sadness does not come so much from the plot as from the cast. 532 more words