I never considered myself an international traveler...sure, there are places I'd LIKE to visit - to see where my relatives resided in Ireland, or to cruise the canals in a gondola in Italy...but after watching "Crocodile Dundee" WAY back when I was a little turd back in 1986, all I wanted to see was the Australian Outback, the roos, the Aborigines...just the scenery.....then 19 years later, I was introduced to Mick Taylor....and needless to
Sometimes kids are assholes. Liam is no exception in the film Torment. Liam is having a tough time accepting his stepmother (who is played by Katherine Isabelle) as a replacement for his mother. His father Cory has brought them to a cabin to help their relationship grow. Here we have a home invasion film that focuses on a relationship between a father, son, and their new family dynamic.
Early in the film we find out that there were some squatters at the cabin and have made a bit of a mess
For me, The Raid: Redemption was one of the greatest action movie experiences I have ever had. The fights, and action were unlike anything my eyes have witnessed before, and the just the mere talk of a sequel gave me goosebumps! My thoughts on the sequel will most definitely defer from most, but I am totally fine with that. Having said that, I liked the movie, but I didn't love this one. Ok....close your
Updated 07-19-2014 at 03:59 AM by Boomer
Starring: Jean-Claude Van Damme
Directed By:Keith Parmer
Can someone tell me why Van Damme does these roles where he shows up and leaves like a fart in the wind? Letís get one thing perfectly clear, no matter how good the final product is, you want to see this film for one reason, and one reason only: To see Jean-Claude Van Damme. For all of you who are not aware,
Updated 07-19-2014 at 04:01 AM by Boomer
A mixed bag of characters are holed up in a remote cabin while a creature terrorizes the surrounding grounds killing anyone who attempts to escape. Yawn. Sound familiar? It should. Monsters in the Woods, Feast, Dog Soldiers, Another Kind Ė there have been countless (and I mean COUNTLESS) films with the same premise. Countless plus one.
Animal comes to us courtesy of executive producer Drew Barrymore and comes with little surprises thanks to the cookie cutter
Updated 07-02-2014 at 04:49 PM by GregMO ROberts