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Film Review: Terminator II Judgment Day (1991)

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SYNOPSIS: “More than ten years have passed since the first cyborg called the Terminator tried to kill Sarah Connor and her unborn son, John Connor. John Connor, the future leader of the human resistance, is now a healthy young boy. However another Terminator is sent back through time called the T-1000, which is more advanced and more powerful than its ...

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Film Review: Crave (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A depressed, oddball freelance photographer named Aiden escapes from his lonely existence fantasizing about saving damsels in distress and killing people that he thinks deserve it. After falling for his sexy neighbor Virginia (who he has a one night stand with) his life seems to have purpose. Thanks to her he thinks that he’s finally going to get the ...

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Shirly Brener and Edward Furlong in Thriller – “Stitch”


Shirly Brener (Righteous Kill, Streets of Blood, Hit List) has nabbed the lead role in the Supernatural Thriller, “Stitch” opposite Edward Furlong for Thunderbolt Entertainment. The film is directed by Adrian Ajai Mathai. Brener is simultaneously filming a supporting role in the comedy, “Pendejo” opposite Danny Trejo. She most recently wrapped lead roles in the films “Hit List,” “Touched,” and ...

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Film Review: Brainscan (1994)


SYNOPSIS: Michael (Edward Furlong) is a typical suburban teenager. Isolated from his distant father and dead mother, he finds refuge in horror fanzines and gory slasher flicks. When he plugs into Brainscan, an interactive game where the player initiates all-too-real murders, he’s confident he can beat the wisecracking game master … until he finds a severed foot in the fridge ...

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Film Review: American History X (1998)


SYNOPSIS: A California neo-Nazi (Oscar-nominee Edward Norton) gets sent to prison for murder and comes out a changed man. But can Norton atone for his sins and prevent his younger brother (Edward Furlong) from following in his hate-filled footsteps? With searing performances and gut-wrenching realism, American History X offers a compelling and anguishing look at racism, family and forgiveness. REVIEW: ...

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