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The Terminator, a Modern Prometheus

If a movie I’ve seen at least a dozen times (maybe more) since its release in 1984 can still get my heart racing and my palms sweating when the steely endoskeleton rises from the infernal wreckage of an 18-wheel fuel truck, I know that I am experiencing a great work of art, tested by the passage of time and an 80’s perm: a true classic. 615 more words


The Girl

The blurry but unmistakable presence of J&B!


188. The Terminator


The Terminator, while revolutionary at its time, feels like it would be a hackneyed concept if anyone pitched it in Hollywood nowadays.

James Cameron: “Ok ok, so get this. 542 more words

The Terminator

In the golden age of low-budget movie-making that was the 1980s, there were an awful lot of terrible movies produced by studios that knew precisely how to churn out industrial quantities of drek for grindhouse theaters, drive-ins, premium cable TV and the home video market. 958 more words


She Rises (USA, 2016)

‘Her fantasy. Your nightmare.’

She Rises is a 2016 American horror film directed by Larry Wade Carrell (actor in Vlad’s Legacy; Doll Factory) from a screenplay by Angus MacFadden. 493 more words


Preview: Timebomb (Blu-Ray)

Eddy Kay was a target. Now, he’s a TIMEBOMB!

Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens) and Patsy Kensit (Lethal Weapon 2, Absolute Beginners) star in the pulse-pounding action thriller, Timebomb. 108 more words

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