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Maggie

It’s been a strange month for Arnold Schwarzenegger. He’s gone back to his most successful franchise for the fourth time¬†with the latest Terminator film… 506 more words

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Introducing L.S. Davis, author of Maggie

“For anyone out there who is skeptical about self publishing, be skeptical no more! I was told by everyone that self publishing was a scam and to stay as far away from it as possible. 138 more words

L.S. Davis

Well, Simpsie, you up for another wave?

Mr. Burns: Well, Simpsie, you up for another wave?

Homer: All right, Burnsie.

That Zombie Film That Isn't a Zombie Film: Review of Maggie (2015)

Maggie is the dismembered offspring of a family drama and the zombie movie. From the start, it is clear that the film aims to be a heart wrenching story of a man (Arnold Schwarzenegger) whose daughter, Maggie (Abigail Breslin), is infected by the zombie virus after being bitten. 324 more words

Andrew Murray

Dear God: We paid for all this stuff ourselves, so thanks for nothing.

Bart: Dear God: We paid for all this stuff ourselves, so thanks for nothing.

A lifeless shuffle: A review of Maggie

‘Maggie’ is a story about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Wade Vogel coming to terms with his daughter succumbing to a zombie virus.¬†

I’m a big fan of Zombie films, TV and zombies in general thus the prospect of Arnie doing a subdued indie sensibility zombie film was an intriguing one. 395 more words

San Francisco Marathon Without the Tablecloth

After leaving our yurt in Big Sur, we stopped in Mountainview to visit Jeffrey, Sarah’s friend from UPenn who works at Google. He couldn’t have been sweeter. 653 more words

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