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TV Binge: Ultimate Beastmaster (Season 1, 2017)

Reality TV has always had some sort of following on regular television. Along the similar veins of American Ninja Warrior, Sylvester Stallone’s co-created obstacle course beast is the new Netflix Orginal Series, Ultimate Beastmaster. 672 more words


The ASIDESTEPS CANON – no Jaws sequels – vol. V

Sequels, prequels and remakes.  One of the greatest pleasures of movie obsession is seeing the films you love reimagined, seeing how different directors bring their own peccadillos to the proceedings.  1,225 more words

The Canon

STORGY Showcase - The Mighty One

Steve MacManus

1973, a twenty-year-old Steve MacManus joined Fleetway Publications in London as a sub-editor on one of the UK’s top adventure titles, Valiant. Within six years, he would rise to become editor of the company’s most celebrated weekly, 2000 AD, shepherding it through its ‘Golden Age’ as he commissioned numerous hit series such as The Ballad of Halo Jones, Sláine, Bad Company, Rogue Trooper, Nemesis the Warlock and more, ensuring its place as the most influential comic Britain has ever produced.

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Film Review: Paradise Alley (1978)

Release Date: September 22nd, 1978
Directed by: Sylvester Stallone
Written by: Sylvester Stallone
Music by: Bill Conti
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Kevin Conway, Anne Archer, Joe Spinell, Armand Assante, Lee Canalito, Terry Funk, Frank McRae, Joyce Ingalls, Tom Waits… 612 more words


Sylvester Stallone Shares Video From the Set of 'ESCAPE PLAN 2: HADES'

Sylvester Stallone has shared the first video from the set of ESCAPE PLAN 2: HADES which he’s joined alongside Dave Bautista and Jesse Metcalfe. Check it down below! 188 more words


Creed - Film Review

I’m a massive fan of Rocky, so anything to further add to that world had me really excited. However, there was a slight worry that a misstep like Rocky V would destroy this franchise and leave me crying in a corner because one of my heroes had been ruined. 345 more words

Film Review

CREED, an old-school pioneer

Creed begins where studio pictures never take us, a juvenile detention center where young black boys – children, barely topping four feet – are led down a hallway single file by guards demonstrating a caution more befitting a column of armed adult felons. 1,228 more words