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It looks awful. A bloated CG mess with characters I couldn't give a shit about.
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BTW, there's a new trailer for Haywire floating around right now. I imagine it will be up on CHUD soon, because it's probably the best action trailer of the year.

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The New Cult Canon - ANACONDA

 

http://www.avclub.com/articles/anaconda,64900/

 

 

I love this movie!

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Too bad Cruise and Spielberg reportedly hate each other now...


Wow.  No wonder nothing else have been said of the third film (a western) that they were initially talking about doing together.  Here's hoping Spielberg still makes a western at some point though.

 

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I've to say that this looks awesome. Most of the reviews have been positive as well.

 


Fight for Immortality!!!!!  I'm not expecting a whole lot, other then to be entertained.



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I absolutely love his War of the Worlds remake.  The son surviving in the end was ridiculous, but it wasn't a dealbreaker for me.  2005 was a great year for The Beard and all accounts point to 2011 being a repeat double dose of awesome from Steven.  Both Tintin and War Horse look great.  It's seeming more and more like the mediocrity of Indy 4 was just another lapse for him.  Here's hoping the inevitable Indy 5 turns out a whole lot better.  Regardless, I'm really looking forward to Lincoln (2012) and Robopocalypse (2013).


For what it is worth, Tintin is good not great.  He is clearly far more interested in the intricate set pieces then creating a complex plot.  The lengthy exchanges from the source material have really been pared down for the ADD generation.  That is just my opinion on it, Spielberg may have felt what worked for the Books would not work in a film.  Some purists have been downright hostile in how the material has been altered for the screen.  I feel the TV series from the 90s is the best adaptation so far.

 

Still, Serkis is great and the set pieces do thrill in 3D.
 

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Tarantino continues to pile on:

 

http://www.moviehole.net/201148718-quentin-tarantino-signs-up-luke-duke-for-django-unchained-yeeeeeehaw

 

 

 

If Tarantino wanted a Hazzard vet I'd have thought for sure he'd go with James Best. Russo and Remar are supposedly playing slave-trading brothers. Makes sense.


Remar!!!!  He may not be an A-lister, he's much more then that.  He's a B-Action legend!!!  Let's hope he's not wasted like he has been recently in anything outside of Dexter.

 

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BTW, there's a new trailer for Haywire floating around right now. I imagine it will be up on CHUD soon, because it's probably the best action trailer of the year.



Found a review for HAYWIRE.

 

Bill Paxton is in this? Awesome.

 

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Heads up, Bay Area types. Thomas Jane's Dark Country will be playing in 3D at the Castro Theatre on Friday Nov 18th. Jane is scheduled to do a Q&A after.

 

Oh, and Starship Troopers will screen at the Pacific Film Archive on Thursday Nov 17th, with FX legend Phil Tippett presiding.

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The greatest suggestion I have seen online for Murphy's Oscar host replacement is The Muppets.  It will never happen, but that would be fantastic!


Well, the star of Running Scared is going to host it once again. No, I'm not referring to the Running Scared starring Paul Walker. Let's hope he's never the host of the Academy Awards.

 

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I'm about to watch MINORITY REPORT. Most underrated Spielberg?


That's a movie I need to see again. I saw it once years ago but it was during my college days. I drove to hang out with some friends at another university, and much alcohol was consumed. It was watched the next morning, and I didn't even see all of it; I can't say I remember too much about it besides an ending that seemed "blah" to me. Oh, I strongly remembered one thing, though. There's a scene which involves rotting food in a refrigerator. Don't watch that when you're hungover! No, I didn't spew, but it was still something I didn't need to see at that moment.

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Well, the star of Running Scared is going to host it once again. No, I'm not referring to the Running Scared starring Paul Walker. Let's hope he's never the host of the Academy Awards.



I was hoping you meant Karel Roden's John Wayne tattoo snagged the hosting gig!

 

As for Minority Report's ending, there is a theory that has gained A LOT of steam over the past few years about that.  One that Spielberg himself only slyly smiled at when asked about and refused to give an actual response.  Sort of a "Total Recall" thing, where the ending can be viewed two different ways.

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Rene (Mr.Eko), I am currently playing...Otomedius Excellent.  If there ever was a game for...you it would be this.  A side scrolling shooter, with...Big Breasted Anime Gals, wearing the ships from Gradius as skirts.  It is made for me as well.  Finally a...cool, different, 2D shooter, arrives on disk for the X-Box 360!

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The Trailer for Jason Statham's SAFE is up.

 

"You've got big Balls."

 

"It's a wonder i can even walk."

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The Trailer for Jason Statham's SAFE is up.

 

"You've got big Balls."

 

"It's a wonder i can even walk."

 

 

Oh, I'm DEFINITELY seeing this when it hits theaters.  I love the one-liner in Russian.
 

 

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Rene (Mr.Eko), I am currently playing...Otomedius Excellent.  If there ever was a game for...you it would be this.  A side scrolling shooter, with...Big Breasted Anime Gals, wearing the ships from Gradius as skirts.  It is made for me as well.  Finally a...cool, different, 2D shooter, arrives on disk for the X-Box 360!



duke fleed, if it hits the PS3, I'll be buying it for sure. If not, well, I could always get an X-Box 360 when they get really cheap.

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Rene (Mr.Eko), Otomedius Excellent is a...XBox 360 Exclusive!

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felix, S.D. Bob Plissken, It is...Safe to say, I will be seeing Statham's next in theaters on...March 2nd!  To me, Safe seems to be a hard R souffle of...Jason Statham's War and The Transporter 2, with him protecting a young girl instead of a boy!  No longer will Jason star in...Other People's Remakes, now he takes the lead in his own.

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The Trailer for Jason Statham's SAFE is up.

 

"You've got big Balls."

 

"It's a wonder i can even walk."



Jason Statham...I just can't quit you!

 

This looks SO GREAT.

 

Hipster Douchebags will comment "ehhh it looks like the TRANSPORTER again" and I will tell them to shut the fuck up.  

 

I got shades of HARD BOILED (just visually as far as locations go) with the Triad gangsters in the restaurant or casino or whatever.

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Jason Statham as.....Jason Statham! The guy playing the same role in every movie should have irritated me greatly by now but it doesn't. Some of his movies are more entertaining than others but he's always fun to watch.

 

And the talk of him becoming the lead in the Transformers franchise has me interested in it, something that wasn't the case before (and I'm not a Michael Bay or even a Shia hater by any stretch of the imagination).

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SAFE does look pretty sweet. Nice to see Statham beating the hell out of the bad guy from DRIVEN TO KILL. Boaz Yakin has one of the odder careers in film but writing THE PUNISHER '89 is enough to give me hope that he's whipped up something fierce with SAFE.

 

New HAYWIRE trailer was slick as well. Big improvement over the first one.

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Safe does look pretty awesome. I thought I caught a brief glimpse of James Hong in a hair piece when the narrator said "Chinese" and they showed a group of well dressed Chinese guys walking, but of course it was a distant shot. Hope that was him though, and yes, I watched the trailer mostly to see if James Hong was in it. It did look pretty awesome, and I can't wait to see it.

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Wow.  No wonder nothing else have been said of the third film (a western) that they were initially talking about doing together. 



I wonder how much of that shit is true.  Kinda seems a bit bullshitty to me.



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The Trailer for Jason Statham's SAFE is up.

 

"You've got big Balls."

 

"It's a wonder i can even walk."



So... Mercury Rising 2?

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So... Mercury Rising 2?

 

Schweddy Balls Boogaloo?
 

 

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I don't give a fuck about Mercury Rising. The only Baldwin spinoff that needs to be made is Captain George Ellerby: Did you put a put a camera in the back?

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I want The Departed 2 to happen........................but as an office comedy with Dignam (Wahlberg) and Ellerby (Baldwin) as the leads.  Shane Black can write and direct.  Instant fried gold!

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Hey, there's another movie Rene dislikes, Mercury Rising.

 

By the way, there's a list out now of which celebrities are scheduled to be at the show Saturday where UFC debuts on Fox. Yeah, I'm miffed that there will be only one fight shown on Saturday no matter what, but I understand next year when they have Fox shows it'll be 90 minute deals where they'll have a few fights each show.

 

A lot of those "celebrities" I haven't even heard of before, but the guys of note that will be there are Walton Goggins, Firestorm lead Howie Long, Ron Perlman, hot fighter Gina Carano, Mickey Rourke, and old-school badass Jim Brown.

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FIREBALL is going to be at at the UFC show, along with Mickey 'Go play with yourself" Rourke?! That's awesome.

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Mickey 'Go play with yourself" Rourke?!

 

The B Action Movie Congress is now in session!

 

I move that Mr. Rourke be referred to by the above name from here on out!  Anyone care to second the motion?
 

 

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Oh MAN, Safe looks FUCKING AWESOME! Leagues ahead of Killer Elite for sure. Same with the new Haywire trailer, Soderbergh's got sort of a thinking man's (or woman's) Above the Law thing going with it.
 

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Well, the star of Running Scared is going to host it once again. No, I'm not referring to the Running Scared starring Paul Walker. Let's hope he's never the host of the Academy Awards.


That's a movie I need to see again. I saw it once years ago but it was during my college days. I drove to hang out with some friends at another university, and much alcohol was consumed. It was watched the next morning, and I didn't even see all of it; I can't say I remember too much about it besides an ending that seemed "blah" to me. Oh, I strongly remembered one thing, though. There's a scene which involves rotting food in a refrigerator. Don't watch that when you're hungover! No, I didn't spew, but it was still something I didn't need to see at that moment.


Man, if they can get Michael McDonald to perform at the Oscars. I'd watch the fuck out of it.

 

Given Crystal's knack for lampooning the year's movies, hopefully Drive makes off with enough nominations to give us an excuse to have him wear the scorpion jacket.

 

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I don't give a fuck about Mercury Rising. The only Baldwin spinoff that needs to be made is Captain George Ellerby: Did you put a put a camera in the back?


I think the kid in Safe is just very intelligent, not autistic.

 

Also, I would watch an entire movie about Ellerby and Dignam. Hell, that's enough ammunition there for the previously rumored (five years ago, at least) Departed sequel.

 

This just in: Rex Linn is now onboard Django Unchained.

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How the great have fallen:

 

1987

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2011

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I love the guy's work, but how the fuck do you think you're going to get by in this world by grandstanding about not being paid enough, telling people to "go play with yourself" and looking like a pre-op transsexual? How do you take that seriously?

 

No, really. He looks like an Abercrombie & Fitch model trying to channel Paul Lynde.

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Safe looks pretty fucking good. Actually it looks great. The only thing missing is Hurricane 2000, which should become Statham's official theme song.

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So... Mercury Rising 2?



I'll pay money to see Statham push Alec Baldwin down a roof though.

 

Truth be told, I am more looking forward to Haywire than Safe though. Statham always gives strong and steady work. But with the exception of the Crank films, he's never blown me away.

 

It's sad. But SMOOTH AND SEXY Rourke is gone.

 

 

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Trailer for Willis' CATCH .44:

 

 

 

Caca.

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That movie looks to be a very special brand of terrible.

 

It happened right under our noses, though if we would've been paying attention we probably would have seen the signs.

 

But Bruce Willis became that very dreaded thing.... A CHEAP ACTOR.

 

This movie allows him to be a couple of things at once too... He gets to be THE OLD GUY OF THE MOVIE and, apparently, THE MAIN GUY.

 

But neither of those things make it look like something I want to watch.

 

Love how they slip in ACADEMY AWARD WINNER FOREST WHITAKER in there over his idiotically grinning face.

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I'm curious if they'll bust out the "Academy Award Winner" stamp when Whitaker shows up next year opposite 50 Cent and Bobby DeNiro in FREELANCERS.

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I think it's pretty safe to say that Safe will be a safe hit, one to save for the future. No really, looks fun.

Would you guys prefer it over SAFE HOUSE?

Catch .44 looks okayish for a dtv release. Looks as if someone tried hard to do Lucky Nr Slevin 2.

 

I get why Rourke has that re-arranged face, and I actually think he looks really interesting in most movies, but I'm not accepting that 30es pompadeur style.

Anyone seen PASSION PLAY? It's Touched By An Angel with Mickey Rourke. Surprisingly, there's more longing between Rourke and nude (but covered) Megan Fox than in the Twilight Saga.

 

 

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WHY BRUNO? WHY?

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I was hoping you meant Karel Roden's John Wayne tattoo snagged the hosting gig!

As for Minority Report's ending, there is a theory that has gained A LOT of steam over the past few years about that.  One that Spielberg himself only slyly smiled at when asked about and refused to give an actual response.  Sort of a "Total Recall" thing, where the ending can be viewed two different ways.

Do you have the interview? It is quite ambiguous, but the voiceover and happy-precogs-on-vacation scene sort of spoils it.

And I love TOTAL RECALL, but it's full of plot holes. How can Rachel Tichotin be in his dreams before he goes to Rekall AND the girl he chose at Rekall? She can only be one or the other.
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As for Minority Report's ending, there is a theory that has gained A LOT of steam over the past few years about that.  One that Spielberg himself only slyly smiled at when asked about and refused to give an actual response.  Sort of a "Total Recall" thing, where the ending can be viewed two different ways.


A Total Recall ending?

 

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I actually liked the "Video Lake Replay" scene in Minority Report. The way that Colin Farrell explains how the murder occured and why it slipped their notice was pretty ingenious to me.

 

Also Samantha Morton using her Precog abilities to help Cruise dodge his pursuers. Well done.

 

10,000th Post!smile.gif

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The B Action Movie Congress is now in session!

 

I move that Mr. Rourke be referred to by the above name from here on out!  Anyone care to second the motion?
 

 


I second the motion, Bob!

Went to the Austin Comic Con, and met MICHAEL BIEHN! Had a great chat with him about The Victim. He's reall promoting the hell out of the movie, and it sounds like a real winner. Got his autograph and a picture with him.

Edward Furlong was next to him, but was acting a bit douchey. When my friend and I walked up to him, the broad sitting next to him simply said "$30". I said we'd be back later, and he looked visibly pissed.

Saw the Machete twins, as well as Kevin Sorbo. Sadly Diora Baird didn't attend, and neither did Louis Gossett, Jr. Got some pretty cool stuff there. Also walked by Harry Knowles. I stared at him as he was talking to some guy who was walking with him as he wheeled by. I stared at him, then he gave me a stare back as we walked by him. Vanessa said I should have said that I contribute articles to CHUD.com. Maybe I should have!

It was a fun day, and meeting Michael Biehn was awesome. He was really nice, and didn't want to shuffle me along once I got his autograph. I had to wait for a few minutes for my picture with him as this older couple started talking to him, and the girl that was with him (his co-star in The Victim) started calling his name, and it was pretty funny as he couldn't hear her, and he was just a few feet away. Then he finally turned and she reminded him about my picture, and my friend used my camera to take the picture of me and Michael Biehn! Took 2 of them since the first wasn't too good, and Michael Biehn said "Take another one!" A real class act. Think I'll just blind buy The Victim when it comes out.
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FIREBALL is going to be at at the UFC show, along with Mickey 'Go play with yourself" Rourke?! That's awesome.


Yep. As it's both UFC and Fox, I'm expecting crowd shots of all those celebrities on the broadcast. I plan on watching all of the fights on Saturday on Facebook (all of them except the main event will be on that platform) and then I'll watch the main event on Fox. I'll make sure to mention which celebrities I see in attendance.

 

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The B Action Movie Congress is now in session!

 

I move that Mr. Rourke be referred to by the above name from here on out!  Anyone care to second the motion?


Hey, I'm down with him being known as "Go Play With Yourself".

 

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I love the guy's work, but how the fuck do you think you're going to get by in this world by grandstanding about not being paid enough, telling people to "go play with yourself" and looking like a pre-op transsexual? How do you take that seriously?

 

No, really. He looks like an Abercrombie & Fitch model trying to channel Paul Lynde.


As much as that look for him is bizarre, he truly does not give a fuck about anything, so I personally won't get too mad about that. After all, last Friday night I saw him engage in a brief dialogue with Miss Piggy on The Tonight Show! He was asked if he knew Miss Piggy, and he responded that they only knew each other professionally. If he's willing to do that, you know Mickey "Go Play With Yourself" Rourke doesn't give a fuck anymore.

 

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Safe looks pretty fucking good. Actually it looks great. The only thing missing is Hurricane 2000, which should become Statham's official theme song.


Hell yeah, I agree that the remake of Rock You Like A Hurricane with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra should become his theme song.

 

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And I love TOTAL RECALL, but it's full of plot holes. How can Rachel Tichotin be in his dreams before he goes to Rekall AND the girl he chose at Rekall? She can only be one or the other.


Stuff like that aside, the movie still ranks real highly on my all-time favorites list.

 

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10,000th Post!smile.gif


Congratulations. I'm really far away from reaching that mark.

 

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Went to the Austin Comic Con, and met MICHAEL BIEHN! Had a great chat with him about The Victim. He's reall promoting the hell out of the movie, and it sounds like a real winner. Got his autograph and a picture with him.
Edward Furlong was next to him, but was acting a bit douchey. When my friend and I walked up to him, the broad sitting next to him simply said "$30". I said we'd be back later, and he looked visibly pissed.
Saw the Machete twins, as well as Kevin Sorbo. Sadly Diora Baird didn't attend, and neither did Louis Gossett, Jr.
It was a fun day, and meeting Michael Biehn was awesome. He was really nice, and didn't want to shuffle me along once I got his autograph. I had to wait for a few minutes for my picture with him as this older couple started talking to him, and the girl that was with him (his co-star in The Victim) started calling his name, and it was pretty funny as he couldn't hear her, and he was just a few feet away. Then he finally turned and she reminded him about my picture, and my friend used my camera to take the picture of me and Michael Biehn! Took 2 of them since the first wasn't too good, and Michael Biehn said "Take another one!" A real class act. Think I'll just blind buy The Victim when it comes out.


That's pretty sweet, you getting to go to a convention like that. I've never been to one of those before. Ha at your experience with Edward Furlong. I can only imagine what it'd be like even briefly chatting with him.

 

Personally, I'd pay any fee to have a picture sign/take a picture with The Crazy Babysitter Twins, but no one should be surprised I'd utter such a declaration. Ever since I first saw them in Planet Terror, instant Potato In My Pants.

 

Anyhow, it's good that Hicks/Kyle Reese was a friendly sort and made sure you got a good picture with him. I take it that his co-star was blonde Jennifer Blanc, as from looking online the other main female in the movie is a lady who inspires a tightening in my slacks, Danielle Harris. There's someone else I'd love to meet at a convention. One of these days I'll go to one, I'm sure. At least in the past I've been able to talk about seeing various favorites live for the screenings of films like Kane Hodder, AN EVENING WITH EDWARD JAMES OLMOS, and Burt Reynolds.

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It was a fun day, and meeting Michael Biehn was awesome. He was really nice, and didn't want to shuffle me along once I got his autograph. I had to wait for a few minutes for my picture with him as this older couple started talking to him, and the girl that was with him (his co-star in The Victim) started calling his name, and it was pretty funny as he couldn't hear her, and he was just a few feet away. Then he finally turned and she reminded him about my picture, and my friend used my camera to take the picture of me and Michael Biehn! Took 2 of them since the first wasn't too good, and Michael Biehn said "Take another one!" A real class act. Think I'll just blind buy The Victim when it comes out.


That's cool. I met him once and got a picture taken. He was a class act but seemed a little out of his environment.
 

 

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From the people that brought us Bangkok Adrenaline.

 

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Starring Kill Bill's Gordon Liu!

 

Here's a Trailer.

 

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"Captured international assassins are locked up inside a high-tech bunker known as the Killing Chamber. To break out of this concrete hell they must duel each other, fight deadly ninjas and battle against gangs of masked maniacs. And… if they survive this, they will have to confront Snakehead: the lethal, deranged top dog who will stop at nothing to kill 'em all!"

 

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felix, Congratulations on your...10,000th post!

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I completely forgot to congratulate felix on his 10,000th post as well. Glad you've as ends into double digits, felix! All the B-Movie news you post here is always great and informative.
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Felix, congratulations on your 10,000th post! We knew you could do it. 

 

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Thanks, guys!

 

Let's hope CHUD keeps going so that all of us can hit our 10,000 Mark!

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Eko, you didn't tell Furlong how much you loved BRAINSCAN??!

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When the hell are they going to release GALLOWWALKER?

 

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I guess this is going to be Snipe's version of THE EAGLES PATH.

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Eko, you didn't tell Furlong how much you loved BRAINSCAN??!



I was going to talk to him about Detroit Rock City and the Night Of The Demons remake, but he just looked like he didn't give a fuck about being there. That plus the woman with him just saying "$30" and no attempt to strike up a conversation with myself and my friend was enough for me to walk away.

 

Michael Biehn, and (Perfect was right) Jennifer Blanc were very warm and inviting, and started chatting up with anyone who just walked over. Whether they got an autograph or not. THAT'S how you work a convention and meet your fans.

 

Vanessa said that she saw Kevin Sorbo giving people hugs. I didn't see that, but he was happily chatting up with folks. The Machete twins as well.

 

Needless to say, even though this year I only got one autograph, it was well worth it, and a happy memory I will never forget.

 

 

On our way back, we stopped to gas up and I hit up the Redbox there, and rented THE DOG WHO SAVED HALLOWEEN. So I'll be seeing that later this evening. Why did I rent it? Because I want to see how the dog saves Halloween!

 

Also found the vampire tv series that aired on FOX years ago called Kindred: The Embraced at the convention, and when I hit up a Half Price Books, I got Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcist, Hideaway, and The Bear. The latter 2 being those rare flipper discs that have a widescreen version. Never seen The Bear, but it's got Bart The Bear in the lead role, so I feel it's 5 bucks well spent already.

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Felix, congratulations on your 10,000th post! We knew you could do it. 

 

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Awesome, it's always nice to see that warm and inviting graphic in this thread.

 

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When the hell are they going to release GALLOWWALKER?

 

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I guess this is going to be Snipe's version of THE EAGLES PATH.


I have a feeling it'll come out the same week as The Day The Clown Cried... dammit, I want to see some Tanit Phoenix action!

 

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On our way back, we stopped to gas up and I hit up the Redbox there, and rented THE DOG WHO SAVED HALLOWEEN. So I'll be seeing that later this evening. Why did I rent it? Because I want to see how the dog saves Halloween!

 

I'll let Hunter comment on this if he wants to.

 

So, I stopped watching the UFC's debut on Fox. Boy could I rant about a LOT there, but I'll save most of it. I'll just state that the big fight is already over with and I had had enough of Fox and their usual shit presentation of everything. Hell, there wasn't even any crowd shots! So, no celebrity sightings to report, despite there being many in attendance. That's typical from those assholes, I say.

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