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Film News Roundup: Richard Dreyfuss, Gina Carano to Star in Thriller 'Daughter of the Wolf'

In today’s film news roundup, Richard Dreyfuss and Gina Carano are cast in the thriller “Daughter of the Wolf,” Samuel Goldwyn buys the family drama “Zoo,” Fox veteran Vincent Marcais joins Paramount, and an LGBTQ video streaming service has launched. 668 more words


Today in MMA history: Julie Kedzie remembers the night she fought Gina Carano in a women's MMA milestone

When I fought Gina Carano on Feb. 10, 2007, I made a rookie mistake: I made the walk barefoot.

The “EliteXC: Destiny” walkout started at the bottom of a backstage staircase that ascended to a platform located inside a giant replica of a dragon’s mouth. 1,471 more words


Scorched Earth Review

I know Gina Carano isn’t the best actress, but I’m still a big fan of hers. There was a time I wanted her to be Wonder Woman on the big screen, let’s just say it’s a good thing we got Gal Gadot. 383 more words

Film Reviews

Where are all the female featherweights?

It’s the only weight class in which the UFC has a champion but no contenders, no rankings, effectively no division. It’s also the weight class in which even the all-female fight promotion Invicta FC has a hard time booking bouts. 1,210 more words


Film Review: 'Scorched Earth'

Equal parts 1960s-style Spaghetti Western pastiche and ’80s-style “Mad Max” knockoff, “Scorched Earth” is the sort of divertingly hokey post-apocalyptic B-movie that would have amused undiscriminating Blockbuster Video renters a generation ago, and now might pass muster as the pilot for a weekly SyFy series. 372 more words


SCORCHED EARTH (2018) review

written by: Kevin Leeson and Bobby Mort
produced by: Kevin Leeson and Kevin Leslie
directed by: Peter Howitt
rating: R (for violence and some language) 1,035 more words

Kickboxer: Vengeance (2016)

It was with great excitement I greeted the news of a new entry into the Kickboxer franchise. The series, which started off with Jean-Claude Van Damme before handing the reins over to the excellent Sasha Mitchell (and then, briefly, Mark Dacascos), was a lot of fun – even though some of the series was directed by ISCFC Hall of Shamer Albert Pyun – with colourful locations, and lots and lots of fights. 1,465 more words