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On Second Thought: “Terminator Salvation”

There comes a time in every series when enough is enough. Of course, by then, it’s too late. The damage has been done. Some films reach this period much sooner, while others need three sequels to realize this. 1,026 more words


Review: Terminator Genisys, 2015, dir. Alan Taylor

“‘Old, not obsolete.’ These three words are repeated often throughout Terminator Genisys, Alan Taylor’s contribution to the iconic ’80s/’90s action series, and they apply perfectly to the film’s biggest name: Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, reprising his role as an unstoppable cyborg for the umpteenth time in the Terminator saga’s lifespan. 60 more words


On Second Thought: “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”

At first when you succeed, keep spitting out sequels nobody’s asking for. That really holds true today, but can be evident in the ones that have come out before. 1,368 more words


Kidney across the pond ‘Pound of Flesh’ available in the UK

Last week the Jean Claude Van Damme starring action thriller POUND OF FLESH brushed up against the shores of the UK. The action thriller is now available to see on VOD on all major platforms. 183 more words

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On Second Thought: “Terminator 2: Judgement Day”

While sequels these days aren’t always met with joy, there are those that are worth getting excited for. The same can be said for films over 20 years ago, I’m sure. 1,936 more words


Film Rec: The Warrior (2001)

Synopsis: The Warrior (aka Musa or Musa – The Warrior) is a Korean historical action film directed by Kim Sung-su. Although not particularly well known today, the film was Korea’s largest production upon its release and served as a bit of a coming-out party for Korean cinema. 489 more words

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