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South East Wrestling - Sat August 20th King Of Summer Rumble

So here we are. After weeks of my shameless plugging on Facebook and Twitter (I would apologise but I’m not really sorry. Social media is one of the best ways to self promote along with word of mouth and the two go hand in hand), the third annual King Of Summer Rumble finally came around. 1,807 more words

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The Crow

Another one from the vaults. This is an interview with the horror author David J. Schow, one of two credited screenwriters (with John Shirley) on Alex Proyas’ … 2,033 more words

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Jason Mamoa To Star In The Crow Remake… Whaaaaaa?

I loooooooooved the original Crow movie. I watched it all the time, got to the point to where I knew each line by heart: “it can’t rain all the time,” or “onions make you fart, big time,” “does the corpse have a familiar face?” and my fav, “Mother is the word for god on the hearts and lips of all children”… yeah, I loved it… loooooved it. 370 more words

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Jason Momoa in Talks to Lead "The Crow"

By Travis Martin

@tjpm1994

8/15/2016

Despite Reletivity cancelling the production of the reboot of “The Crow” that starred Jack Huston, it looks like director  155 more words

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One Man Army Bracket, The Crow, and Defending your life.

After an impromptu week off due to technical difficulties, we rallied and are back! We mourn the passing of Kenny Baker(R2-D2), Jordan gives his post viewing impressions of Suicide Squad and Sausage Party, we go through our One Man Army movie bracket, and review The Crow and Defending Your Life. 7 more words

Comedy

Film News Round-Up (13/08/16) - Rogue One Trailer, Jason Momoa in The Crow and much more...

Rogue One Trailer

This trailer was awesome! First of all what hit me in the face right away, was the incredible score throughout the entire trailer. 676 more words

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Fleetwood Mac Friday #17: Hole's "Gold Dust Woman"

In the golden, halcyon year of 1996, baby boomer nostalgia and gen-X nihilistic bloodlust found harmony in a number of cultural outlets, not the least of which was… 165 more words

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