When a suburban couple go camping for the weekend at a remote beach, they discover that nature is not in an accommodating mood.
If the credits are to be believed, the crew was quite small. Considering the budget was no higher than $300,000, this is entirely possible. Interestingly, the movie is shot in widescreen, which was unusual for such a low budget.
The investment paid off, as this film is not just a winner for its scares and its acting, but also for its use of
In a dystopian future Australia, a vicious biker gang murder a cop (Mel Gibson)'s family and make his fight with them personal.
"Mad Max" is, without a doubt, a cult classic and a great showcase for Mel Gibson's talents (and proof that he does, indeed, have some). To think of it as merely a cult classic with little else behind it is a serious mistake. This is the unlikely role that launched Gibson to stardom, and kicked off the long-held notion that he is Australian. He
Based on a true story, Backcountry tells the story of a young couple, Alex (Jeff Roop) and Jenn (Missy Peregrym) who set out on a camping trip in the northern Canadian wilderness. With expectations tempered and adventure in their sights, they head deep into the dense forest towards Blackfoot Trail. While camping, the couple has a chance encounter with Brad (Eric Balfour of Haven), an Irish forest explorer himself who puts Alex’s testosterone levels into high alert. But Brad would
Updated 04-06-2015 at 12:44 PM by Greg Roberts
I’m a baseball fan through and through. Being a Canadian I take my share of ribbing for ranking our national pride sport of hockey number 2 on my interest scale. But baseball has always been the sport to which I drop babies for when I catch a ballgame playing on a background television.
I have never been much of a video game guy, but my love of baseball had me playing along a full season of The Show 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 and now 15. You might have noticed a one year
Updated 04-07-2015 at 08:58 AM by Greg Roberts
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I grew up in an era exemplified by gender confusion, fear, and paranoia - monsters that played out on television every night, but were more like multiple personalities every messed-up human being shared. As a child, I went sleepless well into the night, burdened by my impending doom. Missiles, in far