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Battle Los Angeles - Review

Battle: Los Angeles was released on Xbox Live Arcade recently to coincide with the theatrical release of a movie by the same name. In the game aliens have invaded Los Angeles and you have to try and prevent L.A. 529 more words


Brian Tyler Battle: Los Angeles scoring session (2011)

Brian Tyler scoring Battle: Los Angeles (2011)

You know that old expression “You can’t judge a book by it’s cover?” Well, I think a similar expression is also true: “You can’t judge a soundtrack by the film it’s attached to.” This was my thought after listening to a five minute scoring session from Battle: Los Angeles, a 2011 sci-fi action film which depicts Los Angeles (and the rest of the world) under attack from hostile alien forces. 311 more words


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

Director: Jonathan Liebesman

Release Date: August 8th, 2014 (US); October 17th, 2014 (UK)

Genre: Action; Adventure; Comedy

Starring: Megan Fox, Will Arnett

Despite never holding the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in any sort of nostalgic regard, one of the most enduring memories I have of my school-morning television-gorging is the theme song to the original 1987 cartoon. 919 more words


Interview: Missi Pyle

Missi Pyle called and we talked about her new show Bordertown. It’s from the creators of Family Guy and takes place in a fictional town between the US & Mexico. 89 more words


Battle: Los Angeles (2011)

A squad of US Marines are sent into war-torn Los Angeles to rescue a group of stranded civilians during an alien invasion.

The comparisons to Independence Day are obvious, but Battle: Los Angeles takes itself far more seriously than Roland Emmerich’s fun-filled cheese fest. 177 more words


Battle: Los Angeles PC Highly Compressed

Battle: Los Angeles

Developer(s): Live Action Studios
Publisher(s): Konami
Engine: Saber 3D engine v.S3 Havok
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Play Station, OnLive
Genre(s): First-person shooter… 171 more words

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7 Facts About The Infamous Roxy Theater That Show How Crazy The 80s Really Were


1. On The Rox

On The Rox was a private bar above the Roxy Theater known for celebrity parties. While today it’s been remodeled, in the 80s it was where famous people could go and get wild without the eyes of the public on them. 290 more words