The film follows the life of notorious prisoner Michael Gordon Peterson, who was re-named Charles Bronson (Tom Hardy) by his fight promoter. Born into a respectable middle class family, Peterson would nevertheless become one of the United Kingdom's most dangerous criminals, and is known for having spent almost his entire life in solitary confinement. Bronson is narrated with humour, blurring the line between comedy and horror.
A hobo (Rutger Hauer) arrives in an anarchic place called Hope Town via freight train. Hope Town is ruled with an iron fist by Drake (Brian Downey) and his sadistic sons Ivan (Nick Bateman) and Slick (Gregory Smith). During his stay, the hobo is forced from his dream of buying a lawnmower and starting his own business and instead purchases a shotgun to slay the wicked who are terrorizing the community.
Memento is a 2000 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Christopher Nolan, adapted from his younger brother Jonathan's short story "Memento Mori". It stars Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, a man with anterograde amnesia which renders his brain unable to store new memories. During the opening credits, which portrays the end of the story, it is shown that Leonard kills Teddy (Joe Pantoliano). The film suggests that this killing is in vengeance for the rape and murder of his wife (Jorja Fox) based on information provided by Natalie (Carrie-Anne Moss).
The actor revealed an interesting bit of info regarding his character in the upcoming Ghost Rider sequel: he will have to portray both Johnny Blaze and the Spirit of Vengeance after they become separate entities.
Jonathan Liebesman, who is taking over the Titans director's chair from Louis Leterrier, has revealed that the sequel to the 3D swords and sandals remake is gearing up for principle photography and his actors have already been training for several weeks.
Featuring the voice of Seth Rogen as the title character, the film follows a displaced alien who happens upon the two comic geeks traveling through American's heartland. Paul is scheduled for theatrical release on March 18th, 2011.
Dealing with grief can manifest itself in many different ways. When that grief is the result of your father claiming to be an evil intergalactic emperor, going on a rampage, and having the visage of his more sane personality vaporized, things get a bit more complicated. Savage Dragon #169 does a good job at showing this while ushering in the series' new prime protagonists.
The gang take note from the comedy The Hangover when, after a night of partying, they awake to have no memory from the night before and tons of clues left for them to discover the shenanigans that took place.
Spawn: Architects of Fear is a new one-shot from Image Comics that acts as a throwback to what has recently been going on in the regular monthly series. Here, Al Simmons still carries the moniker, the allegiances are still ambiguous, and MC Hammer is still playing on the radio. With so many new things happening in Todd McFarlane's creation, the offering is a good look back on the character that may not blow people away, but is definitely worth the ride and price.
The 1992 film starring Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, which received very mixed reception upon it's release, is getting re-imagined by Family Getaway screenwriters Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer.
Listen to Arnold himself perform "If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It" Music and lyrics from the same guys who brought you Conan the Barbarian: The Musical and Silence! The Musical with variations of Alan Silvestri's landmark "Predator" score.
Go behind the scenes with Michael Matthias, Kat Von D, and DMX and check out the makeup & effects from the upcoming vampire action/thriller THE BLEEDING! Anchor Bay Entertainment will release THE BLEEDING on DVD on March 1st.
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