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Vin Diesel's Riddick Franchise Is About To Get Bigger, Get The Details - CINEMABLEND

Things are about to Riddick-ulous, as it looks like there are going to be a few more Chronicles to add to the list. Check out what star Vin Diesel has to say about the franchise’s future. 15 more words

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The Best Time-Travel Movie You've Never Heard of: Timescape

Timescape (also titled Grand Tour: Disaster in Time) is the best time-travel movie you’ve never heard of. It’s a quiet little movie filled with interesting ideas. 1,022 more words


Ep 6. The Chronicles of Riddick


This week, in a slightly later-than-usual Would You Like Franchise With That, we get ourselves a full tank of Vin Diesel and take a road trip into the Riddick trilogy, chit-chatting about Pitch Jack, Kohl-Nicles of Riddick and Rowe-ddick. 61 more words


Critters 2: The Main Course (1988)

The people who made “Critters” evidently decided they’d had so much fun with part 1 that part 2 was just going to be exactly the same, only with more Critters; we get the same sort of jokes, the same sort of characters (with a large number of returning cast members) and the same sort of locations. 547 more words


G.I. Jane

G.I. Jane (1997) Directed by Ridley Scott Written by Danielle Alexandra, David Twohy Starring: Demi Moore, Viggo Mortensen, Anne Bancroft

At the urging of a female Senator (Bancroft), Lieutenant Jordan O’Neil (Moore) becomes the first woman allowed into the U.S. 375 more words


Movie Review: Warlock (1989)

Warlock – a man who practices witchcraft; a sorcerer.

Warlock is another one of those movies that falls in the category of “movies I was probably too young to be watching” but regardless of this, I still watched the film and have some pretty fond memories of it. 987 more words

Raptures Lost

My Favorite Movies #81: The Riddick Trilogy

The whole My Favorite Movies series is both an excuse for me to enthuse about movies that I love, and also for me to examine a deep well of things that have inspired me as a writer. 2,367 more words