Mad Max (1979)
Carter first began his acting career in 1983, appearing as a "sleazy carnival customer" in the Australian crime drama Hostage. That same year, he appeared as two separate characters in the TV series Sons and Daughters. Throughout the 80s, Carter continued to appear in various movies and TV shows,
Well well, it would seem that someone has been watching a little too much RoboCop (or maybe read too much Judge Dredd?) and decided that they had an idea for a sequel, expanding on the concept of the Ocp and the police state they wanted to bring in with the Ed-209 bots… only no-one would a) let them make a sequel; and b) no-one would give them a budget to make a film anywhere near as good either.
So what do we end up with? Defective. A film that loving lives up to its title.
In the near future, the corporation S.E.A., has implemented North America’s first and only police state. Uniformed, anonymous Preservers of Peace investigate,
Remastered by director David Blyth (Red Blooded American Girl) from the only existing materials, this new disc of Death Warmed Up has a ton of gooey goodies that we’ll get to, but first let’s tackle the story:
Dr. Archer Howell (Gary Day – Death Wave) plans on taking his mind control experiments to the next,
Rachel Wheeler is an independent Visual Effects Producer whose extensive career spans across the film, TV, advertising and theme park industries. She has produced on multiple feature films over the past thirteen years, including Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Gravity, Avatar and the Academy Award Winning Happy Feet, which won the Oscar for best animated feature. In total Rachel has worked on four Academy Award winning films during her impressive career, and she has worked with some of the largest and most respected film studios, directors and supervisors in the world.
With such an impressive resume, Producer Rachel Wheeler is highly sought after in Hollywood. It was exciting to sit down with her to chat all things VFX and how she came to add her own digital wizardry to the Harry Potter universe with a fantastic beast!
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Suffice to say, it's a dog-eat-dog world in the Mad Max post-apocalypse. The soft ones either get eaten or enslaved or turned into blood bags-- if they're lucky. Those at the top of the food chain in Mad Max are no doubt dangerous because they have to be or worse-- they want to be. So, if you're still not convinced that you won't survive such a deplorable post-apocalypse,
"Milwaukie, Ore. (June 13, 2019)— Prolific Aliens writer Brian Wood, artist Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Michael Atiyeh, letterer Nate Piekos of Blambot, and cover artist Tristan Jones are bringing the terror of the xenomorphs to the printed page once again with Aliens Colonial Marines: Rising Threat.
Aliens Colonial Marines: Rising Threat delves into the formative years of the Colonial Marines. Tying into the events of the upcoming Cold Iron Studios video game, this new series introduces Olivia Shipp, leader of a squad of battle-weary Marines who have defied orders to rescue the survivors of a refinery under siege.
Directed by Paul Donovan, Digby C. Cook & Tony Randel.
Starring Lenore Zann, Maury Chaykin, Kate Lynch, Tim Choate, and Kevin King.
During World War III a satellite containing three astronauts crashes to Earth where they become the target of gangs of diseased humans.
The 1980s was a creative and productive decade for sci-fi, especially in the fallout from the tremendous success of Star Wars (and the fact that nuclear war was only the push of a button away), and when spliced with the popular dystopian settings of movies like Mad Max you had the makings of some pretty weird and wonderful action to go along with your space age ideas. And then New World Pictures got in on the act.
New World was, of course, started by Roger Corman, a notorious filmmaker with a reputation of making genre movies on the cheap with quality playing second fiddle to budget.
‘It’S Going To Be Louder Than When Dad’S Barbecue Exploded’ | As “Here to Help” began, we were introduced to young Dylan and his big brother, Max, whose stab at deer hunting drew a pack of,
The news was revealed during a Sony Pictures investor relations meeting and it was shared by a user on ResetEra who said the project was brought up by Sony Pictures’ CEO and chairman Tony Vinciquerra. Several other outlets and social media accounts are also reporting the news. Sony has yet to make an official public announcement, but I hope that this is all true!
I grew up playing Twisted Metal on PlayStation. My brothers and I loved that game and got a lot of our aggression out while playing it! The game was filled with vehicular combat, lots of explosions, gunfire, heavy metal, carnage, and the sounds of roaring motors.
He has pedigree. His first time round, in 2010, Laxe snagged a Fipresci nod for his Directors’ Fortnight title “You All Are Captains”. His second out, he won the Grand Prize at the 2016 Critics’ Week with “Mimosas”.
Shot in the village of the director’s grandparents, the film follows Amador, who returns to his mother’s house after having been accused of and jailed for arson. Amador is just starting to settle into a peaceful life until a fire breaks out nearby.
Sold by Paris’ Pyramide International, “Fire Will Come” is a co-production of Galicia’s Miramemira, France’s 4 A 4 Productions, the Basque Country’s Kowalski Films and Luxembourg’s Tarantula.
Mauro Herce serves as d.
Executive producer Justin Booth joined “The Challenge” in 2003 and wanted to take it on “an international adventure,” he says. To do so, he and his colleagues started out by finding local crew in whatever country they were filming in that season. But some members kept getting invited back, despite the need to fly them to the new location.
“A lot of the things that we endeavor to do are never done before,” says Booth, “and that can be overwhelming for people. So I need strong personalities who don’t get flustered and have a work ethic and unflappable attitude.”
From the opening moments, I felt tepid excitement at what Avalanche, makers of exclusively 7/10 games, and id Software, masters of the Fps, would accomplish. But when I was greeted with a clunky prologue full of
Release Date: May 14, 2019
Platform: PS4 (reviewed), Xbo, Switch, PC
Developer: Avalanche Studios & id Software
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Genre: First-person Shooter
The most important thing there is to know about Rage 2 is that it is a ton of freaking fun. It’s not perfect or groundbreaking or particularly unique, and it’s got its share of design weaknesses and presentational pitfalls, but the game is such a joy to pick up and play that these minor flaws almost never distract from the experience.
The game plops you into a gigantic, rolling wasteland terrorized by bloodthirsty factions of mutants, raiders, desert ninjas, and swamp gangs, all warring over the wasteland’s most valuable resource, a blue, energy-rich, crystalline substance called feltrite. You’re outfitted with a robotic super suit that allows you to master an ever-growing set
In season three the show took some inspiration from Mad Max in the second episode 'Rickmancing the Stone,' and introduced us to a team of Death-Stalkers. This troop of junk metal wearing, hot wheel driving, desert warriors worshipped a large, green rock, which Rock coveted for its value as a source of energy. While in the midst of the Death-Stalkers, Morty and Summer become attached as a means of dealing with their parent's divorce, ingratiating themselves in the midst of this motley crew. Meanwhile, back in their reality Beth is left with robotic versions
Directed by Carl Colpaert.
Starring Tony Markes, Rainbow Dolan, Kenneth McCabe, Bryan Ellenburg, and Kurtiss J. Tews.
In a post-apocalyptic world an angel descends to help the survivors.
Legendary filmmaker Roger Corman was very good at creating something from not very much during his golden years and would quite often purchase obscure foreign movies and edit them to suit a western audience, often filming new footage and creating whole new movies with next-to-no money.
An admirable skill indeed but more often than not those projects might have looked good on paper and the final results ended up being quite disappointing. However, that didn’t stop Corman’s protégés from trying the same thing and in the late 1980s it was Carl Colpaert who was given the chance at putting into practice what he had learnt from his boss, and In the Aftermath was the result.
This Agents of Shield review is spoiler-free.
Agents of Shield Season 6 Episode 1
Fans of Agents of Shield are used to fall premieres and twenty-two episodes for their beloved show that lives on the fringes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so they may be wondering what a shortened summer season looks like and if it will have the same impact as previous runs. Fortunately, the series has not lost its edge; in fact it feels much tighter, like a season 4 “pod” from the Ghost Rider days that most remember fondly. Roles have shifted and the scope has broadened, but the rebuilding of the Shield organization feels like a logical next step in a story that allows this strong ensemble cast to really highlight each character’s evolution.
Topping the list in first place was George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road,” starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. The universally beloved “Mad Max” film was the rare studio blockbuster to make a killing at the Academy Awards, winning six Oscars and scoring major nominations for Best Picture and Best Director. IndieWire recently named “Fury Road” the greatest action film of the 21st century.
Chris Haywood is so committed to making a thriller based on the Australian novel The Crossing he has agreed to produce as well as star in the feature film.
First-time feature director James Khehtie sent the novel by B. Michael Radburn to the actor, who loved the premise: Taylor Bridges flees from Victoria to an isolated Tasmanian town to work as a park ranger after his daughter disappeared, triggering the breakdown of his marriage.
When a young girl who was the same age as his daughter vanishes, Bridges, a chronic sleepwalker, begins to wonder what happens when he sleepwalks.
“I did not want to produce but James insisted,” Haywood tells If, recalling that he has served as a producer only once before, on writer-director Peter Watkins’ 1991 feature doc The Media Project, which critiqued Australian media coverage of the first Gulf war.
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