This is a film that goes back to the hardcore cop films of the 80′s and mostly 90′s. It is raw, hard-core, and very violent. The story takes place in 1999, when the Rampart Division was under major criticism. Woody Harrelson plays David “Date Rape” Brown, an old school, racists, violent, womanizing veteran officer who defends himself against his actions as a tough officer of the law.
Every writer has one book that is concidered their Masterpiece, for Stephen King fans, its hard to chose, but in the end they will all pick the same; The Dark Tower series. The Dark Tower was first written in the 70′s with many books to follow in the 80′, 90′s, 00′s, and as of recently the latest edition; The wind through the keyhole, has been released and takes place between books 4 and 5.
Following all the good feedbacks gathered by Cold Prey and after a fantasy digression beside his wife, norwegian director Roar Uthaug gets back to the origin shooting Escape. Watching trailer and various images it seems a jump into the hyperkinetic medieval times, recently watched thanks to Neil Marshall‘s Centurion. Waiting fo further information it’s possible to watch the trailer here.
A fearsome Dragon is unleashed from a mythical world to wreak havoc upon a village in Jabberwock: Dragon Siege. This sci-fi fantasy comes to DVD on 28 May 2012 courtesy of Chelsea Films. It’s possible to read the plot summary below.
There were many a young, beautiful actresses that came to Hollywood in the late 70′s, and early 80′s to make it big in television and movies. Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Fisher, Karen Allen, Adrienne Barbeau, just to name a few. It was a young, beautiful, and innocent blonde beauty from Kansas, that took Hollywood by storm, and showed them that even the sweet girls can make it big. Her name? Deanna Bowers, but you know her best as the lovely, Dee Wallace. Dee came from the Midwest, Kansas City, Kansas, to be exact.
Following amazing movies as Gone Baby Gone or The Town, Ben Affleck gets back the camera again and shoots a drama-thriller: Argo. Based on true events, Argo is about a six american soldiers in Iran rescue mission, through a dramatic scheme, invisible to the world outside. Argo will be released on theatre on October 12th.
Every artist that ever lived has a piece of their work that doesn’t just prove how talented they are, but in some cases stands the test of time. Some of those artists have one thing that is considered their “Masterpiece” or “Swan Song”. When it comes to the Master Storyteller, Stephen King, it’s quite debatable.
This comic is written by Stephen King and his son, Joe Hill, and is “inspired by” the 1970′s film, Duel, which in that film was about a truck chasing a salesman on the empty desert highways. In this story, King & Hill introduce us to The Tribe, a very scary and hardcore biker gang that you do not want to mess with! The story is basically about the gang and a drug deal gone wrong.
Taken is an action-packed film that doesn’t hold back. It is a rollercoaster ride through the streets of Paris and doesn’t catch its breath till the very end. The story begins state-side with Bryan Mills (played by Liam Neeson), who is a retired CIA Agent who is divorced and on his own. He has a 17 year old daughter named, Kim (played by Maggie Grace), who has one dream: to go to Paris with her best friend, Amanda (played by Katie Cassidy).
It has been awhile since I’ve been to the movie theater. Usually this time of year, Spring is considered the box office’s slowest time. Everyone is waiting for that big Summer Kick-off which usually starts first week of May. However, it seems that this time of year, there is at least ONE surprise film that takes us off guard that we don’t see coming. A film that puts a twist on that particular genre. In this case, it’s Horror films. Horror films have been a rollorcoaster ride for many years. With Slasher films of the 80′s, the “Make fun of the Genre” (like Scream) in the 90′s, the “Torture” Horror films of the 00′s, and now it’s time for something new. And right now with the release of Cabin in the woods, we have that “new” face of Horror. It’s called; “the twist”. That’s right, take a scenario that we all know and have heard of before and give it a twist you don’t see coming – that’s Cabin in the woods.