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Mike's DTV Digest - Episode 001 - Sniper: Special Ops, Midnight Special, USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

Welcome to the Smoking Lamb’s first DTV episode featuring Mike Parkin and Richard Hawes, where we’ll be looking at those films which either have a very limited cinema run or skip the theatres altogether – the smaller films which we nevertheless feel you might like to check out, and some real stinkers too. 40 more words

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Rap Movie Review - Half Past Dead

Year of Release: 2002

Film Studio: Sony Pictures/Screen Gems/Franchise Pictures

I have not really been keeping up with this lately, but because I have plans to write about the Murder Inc compilations in February, I figured that this would be a good place to start. 1,383 more words

VGT Podcast Episode 8: The Ballad of Johnny Crabclaw


Welcome to Episode Eight of the Video Game Therapy podcast, hosted by Dan (@NipnopsTV) and James (@JokesETC). In this episode, the boys discuss their doings for the week, tear down Force of Execution, the sequel to the previous Steven Seagal movie they roasted and answer listener questions. 45 more words

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Hard to Kill (EP 53)

For The Last Row Podcast’s first episode of 2017, Drew and Badway turn to an old friend in Steven Seagal, who IS, in fact, Hard to Kill… 99 more words

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On Deadly Ground: The Steven Seagal Drinking Game

A bit of a different post today, since this isn’t a review but a fun little game to play while watching any of Steven Seagal’s movies. 393 more words

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Review: Above The Law (1988)

Starring: Steven Seagal, Pam Grier, Henry Silva, Sharon Stone

Fight Choreography by Steven Seagal

Directed by Andrew Davis

In 1988  martial arts films were going strong, with Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Jet Li, Michelle Yeoh ruling the roost. 575 more words

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“And the Award Goes to …”: Steven Seagal’s Oscar-Worthy Moment in “Hard to Kill”

Kevin: “Looks like you won the Oscar tonight Storm!” That’s what a fellow cop says to Steven Seagal’s character Mason Storm in “Hard to Kill,” after Storm has just killed or horribly maimed several gangbangers during an attempted convenience store robbery (the fact that the convenience store owner lies dead from a gunshot blast does not affect the jovial mood). 505 more words

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