So this is a fun tale… So in this story, Frank Martin (Statham) is a mercenary transporter for hire (basically he is willing to transport anything anywhere for anyone… And as part of his code, Frank has 3 rules… one: never change the deal. two: no names, and three: never open up the package…
In this final installment of John Carpenter’s classic original, ‘Halloween’ series. Michael Myers has come home after killing who he believes to be the last of his family, decides to set up shop under his old house… His retirement is short lived, when he discovers some interlopers and has to get rid of them!
A couple of months ago I did a recommendation for the movie, Videodrome (1983), with James Woods (Cat’s Eye). Now this movie told the story of how a killer (supposedly live) TV series was killing people… Now Videodrome turned out to be a truly fantastic film, and it got me to thinking of the other […]
There is something wrong in New York… You see recently there has been a rash of deaths that have all basically occurred the same way… Now it is up to NYPD Detective Mike Reilly and a Dept Of Health worker by the name of Terry Houston to discover what has been killing these people and how the site, ‘FeardotCom’ is involved in these deaths before another victim goes to site and becomes the next on the coroner’s slab!
Unfortunately folks, I have not seen the movie, Terminator: Salvation (2009)… Now the reason that I mention this is because recently I was talking with a friend of mine who had offered to lend me a copy of Terminator: Salvation, and being a very amateur Tech guy, and reading articles for years and talking to […]
In the last few months I have recommended some in my opinion truly great movies that in some ways involve Military and Scifi, (These films being Zone Troopers (1985) and The Final Countdown (1980))… With that said, it got me to thinking about some of the other great Scifi films out there that have in […]
I was sitting here writing a recommendation for the movie Carrie, relishing the experience of remembering just how much I not only enjoyed watching Carrie, but also reading Stephen King’s novel. Carrie is a great example of the power and impact that novels still have on people and how their big screen adaptions can retain […]