Archive for the ‘opinion’ Category
- July 23, 2012 Let’s (Temporarily?) Suspend Anything and Everything That Reminds People of the Aurora Shooting posted in off-topic, opinion, politics
- June 27, 2012 Invading the U.S.A. and then going M.I.A. – A Love Letter to THE CANNON GROUP, Ninja Domination, Breakdancin’, Aliens, Stereotypes, Americanism, the Splits and the Superheroes of the 1980s posted in history, movie, movies, opinion, review, reviews, Uncategorized tagged 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 21st Century Film Corporation, action, Albert Pyun, American Ninja, Arnold Schwarzenegger, B movie, Bloodsport, Bolo Yeung, Breakin', Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, Cannon, Cannon Films, Cannon Group, Captain America, Carolco, Charles Band, Charles Bronson, Christopher Dewey, Chuck Norris, cult film, Cyborg, Dan O'Bannon, Death Wish, Dennis Friedland, Dennis Hopper, Dolph Lundgren, film history, Giancarlo Parretti, Inga, Invaders from Mars, Invasion U.S.A, J. Lee Thompson, James Cameron, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Jeff Speakman, John G. Avildsen, Joseph W. Sarno, Joseph Zito, Kathy Ireland, Kickboxer, Lee Marvin, Lifeforce, Mark Dacascos, Menahem Golan, Michael Dudikoff, Missing in Action, New World Pictures, ninja, Ovidio Assonitis, Rambo, Reb Brown, Richard Lynch, Rick Zumwalt, Roger Corman, Ronald Reagan, Runaway Train, Sam Firstenberg, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Sonny Landham, Spider-Man, superhero movie, Superman, Sylvester Stallone, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Tobe Hooper, Yoram Globus
- June 7, 2012 The ALIEN Series – Modern Hollywood’s Rise and Fall and Wondering Why the Fuck Ridley Scott Gets So Much Credit for ALIEN posted in film history, film series, movie, movies, opinion, review, reviews tagged 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, action, alien, Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Alien series, aliens, Arnold Schwarzenegger, blockbuster, Chris Foss, cyberpunk, Dan O'Bannon, David Fincher, David Giler, David Twohy, Die Hard, Eric Red, film analysis, film series, Gale Anne Hurd, Giger, H.R. Giger, history, Hollywood, horror, James Cameron, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, John Carpenter, Joss Whedon, Michael Cimino, Movies, New Hollywood, Paul Verhoeven, Predator, Prometheus, Ridley Scott, Roger Corman, Ron Cobb, Ronald Shusett, sci-fi, science fiction, Star Wars, Syd Mead, Vincent Ward, Walter Hill, William Gibson, xenomorph
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