5 Classic Kurt Russell Films Still That You Are Going To Love!
This movie tells the story of how after a massacre in a small town during Valentine’s Day 20 years earlier made a small town stop celebrating the holiday…
20 years later, and the memory of that night fading in the minds of those that lived in it, and it becoming a nightmare told to children to scare them, the town decides to bring the holiday back!
But when murders start occurring again, is the killer back? Or has some one else taken over that responsibility?
T.A.P.S tells the story of a student body at a Military Academy that is about to learn what life is really like as a Soldier, when the Students at this Military Academy loose both their beloved Commandant and their school and decide to stage an uprising and arm themselves in an effort to get them both back!
3 kids are all three live close to each other, and all 3 share the same birthday! As their Birthday approaches though, they decide to play a new game called, ‘pin something in the human’. You see these kids were born with no real sense of right and wrong, and have decided that there new game that they would play just before their birthday would be to go on an indiscriminate killing spree, and the only two people that can stop them are friends of the family!
Growing up in the 80s and 90s I have come to enjoy a lot of the classics from back then, both on the big screen and on the small screen. Such classic as, Batman (1989), The Babysitter (1980), A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984), Escape From LA (1996), Hunt For Red October (1990), The Big Lebowski (1998), to name […]
Wulfgar is an international terrorist for hire… But when he over does one job, and kills the guy carrying his latest forged papers (Thus giving the authorities the opportunity to see what he looks like,) no terrorist cell will hire him. This give the opportunity that authorities were looking for internationally to find and capture him.
With that said and with Wulfgar headed to New York, it will be up to a couple of streetwise undercover cops to find Wulfgar, before Wulfgar can destroy enough buildings to regain his standing!
The 1970's & 1980's saw the sort of re-birth of the mixed scifi/horror genre with such great films as Alien (1979), The Terminator (1984) and The Thing (1982). One of these films was a great little film called Outland (1981). Now I first discovered this when I was talking with my Dad and he told me […]