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Eraser (1996)

Director – Chuck Russell

Starring – Arnold Schwarzenegger, Vanessa Williams, James Caan, James Cromwell, James Coburn, Robert Pastorelli, Nick Chinlund, Mark Rolston


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Every Town Has an Elm Street Part 3 (A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors, 1987)

Now let us take a look at the third Elm Street Film.  The Dream Warriors is easily one of the best of the series and one of the best loved.  547 more words


Wes Craven, Master Horror Director 1939 - 2015 R.I.P.

Another huge loss for the film industry today as news has surfaced of the passing of Wes Craven, director of horror movie classics ‘A Nightmare On Elm St.’ 260 more words

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O Escorpião Rei

O filme “O Escorpião Rei”, de 2002, do diretor americano Chuck Russell, é o primeiro de uma série de quatro filmes de ficção dos gêneros ação, aventura e fantasia, que se passa por volta do ano dois mil antes de Cristo.  683 more words


Eraser 1996

This is a quite decent action- movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Even though the plot seems so easy and the action-scenes are a little over the top, Arnold still keeps you interested in the story with his charisma and silly one-liners. 65 more words


John Travolta Will Star In A Taken-Esque Revenge Story From The Director Of 'The Scorpion King'

Liam Neeson’s Taken clone Run All Night opened with $11 million a few weeks ago and Sean Penn’s Taken clone The Gunman debuted to an even worse $5 million this past weekend, so I suppose the obvious solution was to try another non- 203 more words


The Dream of Solidarity

A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III (Chuck Russell, 1987)

Popular culture relies on repetition with difference and there is perhaps no subgenre that is quite so repetitive as the slasher – the crime in the past, the discrete/isolated setting, the gender ambiguous and curiously mobile villain and their double the gender ambiguous final girl, the increasing number of unmissed teen victims… A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III (Chuck Russell, 1987) sees Wes Craven’s return to the franchise, along with Nancy (Heather Lagenkamp) and Donald Thompson (John Saxon). 242 more words

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