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MASS EFFECT ANDROMEDA (video game) review

Hey hey, everyone, sorry for the tardiness on my other reviews. I don’t play many video games, but when I do, I get hooked like a fish. 5,906 more words

Review

The Guardian (2006)

A story about heroism, sacrifice and knowing when to let go!

Touchstone Pictures in association with Beacon Pictures present…

Directed by Andrew Davis (The Fugitive) who also takes pride on getting the usual talents that he has worked with in his previous films, a very few notable names on his list were Steven Seagal and Tommy Lee Jones. 736 more words

Action

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai and its crazy end title sequence

Back in 1984, a director named W.D. Richter and a writer named Earl Mac Rauch somehow got the green light to put together a smorgasbord of science fiction and pop culture ideas into one loopy movie that was a financial failure, but continues to inspire passion in die-hard fans to this day. 1,528 more words

Movies

Game OF Thrones Stars Join Mass Effect: Andromeda Cast

BioWare announced today that Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer will play Dr. Lexi T’Perro in Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Dormer will also be joined by another Game of Thrones actor, … 171 more words

Playstation

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (MGM, 1984)





Directed by: W.D Richter

Written by: Earl Mac Rauch

Starring: Peter Weller, Ellen Barkin, John Lithgow, Jeff Goldblum, Clancy Brown, Christopher Lloyd.

Trying to describe The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (from here on, I’m calling it Buckaroo Banzai) is no easy thing. 570 more words

John Dies at the End - 2012

With a resume of films such as Phantasm I – IV and Bubba Ho-Tep writer/director Don Coscarelli is a perfect match for a film adaptation of David Wong’s horror/comedy novel… 661 more words

Film

Ep. 6 - "Cast A Deadly Spell" (1991)

Straight from the dvd-rip library of Mark Alan Heiliger, comes the HBO classic(?) “Cast a Deadly Spell”, starring Fred Ward, Clancy Brown and a fresh-faced Julianne Moore.   108 more words

Episodes