See Some Fine Striking Back In Clips From 'Strike Back'
These people are striking back in a huge way!
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These people are striking back in a huge way!
Striking back isn't as difficult as it used to be, people. It appears that the action series Strike Back has been kicking a lot of ass and taking a lot of names over at Cinemax. Want proof? Watch the above clip. It might be pretty quiet as far as Strike Back clips go, but the atmosphere on kick-ass stoicism is readily apparent. If this looks like your cup of explosive tea, you can check out the latest episode on Friday, October 7 at 10:00 PM on Cinemax. Striking back isn't as difficult as it used to be, people.
'Strike Back' is back. After last week's clip from the Cinemax action series Strike Back, you could be forgiven for thinking this show was all about quiet conversations. If you still think that after watching this clip, though, you're an idiot. It's machine guns goin' off all over the place, y'all! If this sort of thing interests you, you can check out the latest episode on Cinemax, tonight, Friday, October 14 at 10:00 PM. And remember: If you live with other people, turn down the TV, would you? Those ammo bursts can keep a person awake.
The hottest film of March 2012 now has a trailer. The hottest film of March 2012, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, finally has a trailer. But don't hold it against it. The tongue-in-cheek fairy-tale action film starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton, has been pushed back to come on the heels of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter's flop at the box office (even though it's awesome), which I can't imagine will help this film's chances. Then again, it has Jeremy Renner in it playing with Van Helsing's guns, Gemma Arterton in a leather catsuit, and witches getting their heads chopped off. If you expect more than that from a film, brother, this is where we part ways.
Someone put a bullet in this franchise already. "He’s stronger, faster, more intelligent than other people." So sayeth Spock (Zachary Quinto) about midway through the first trailer for Hitman: Agent 47, a.k.a the reboot of the movie no one wanted to see when it starred someone we actually knew back in 2007. Clearly, Quinto was not referring to anyone involved in this ill-conceived remake while delivering that horrible line of dialogue, as the trailer for Agent 47 manages to cram more cliches into two and a half minutes than its box office bomb of a predecessor was able to do in an hour and a half. A slow motion, CGI gunfight set to one of today's most popular songs? Check. A woman swimming topless in a pool? Check. Oh, and did I mention that Zachary Quinto delivers the line "He’s stronger, faster, more intelligent than other people" with 100% seriousness? Because yeah, that too. Check out the trailer for Hitman: Agent 47 above. It looks like a pile of sh*t, but plenty of things 'splode in it.
Someone earned their 15%. The inanimate doll that terrified audiences of The Conjuring with her scary ability to look creepy right after a loud noise happened is back with her own film. This teaser trailer for Annabelle gives a glimpse of the doll's demonic origin and should supply Marlon Wayans with enough material for at least another Haunted House movie. It also serves as a reminder to always wash blood off your dolls or at least give them a quick once-over with a Clorox Wipe.
No one with a charming British accent could ever, possibly, be a bad person. Except for Ben Kingsley in 'Sexy Beast'. They have horrible people in Britain, too? I had no idea! This clip proves it so, with 8 jerks known as Geordies, which Wikipedia tells me is a nickname for a type of dialect of proper English in much the same way that what the "Jersey Shore" people speak is a disgusting approximation of what we know to be our English. Whatever they're selling in this video doesn't really play well for me over here stateside I am sure these are tremendously trashy, despicable people, but it's a little hard for me to accept them as scum with that accent. It's like if Hugh Grant wanted to be sleazy. You'd pat him on the head and call him a scamp, even if he was aggressively trying to date-rape your sister. So watch the video, and agree with me that only in England could someone that obnoxious be named "Gary."
I don't want to give it away, but someone is someone else's father, and this kid just can't believe it. This kid cannot BELIEVE what is going on at the end of The Empire Strikes Back. If you look carefully, you can see him emote virtually every human emotion on the spectrum. The sister seems initially as shocked as her brother does, but quickly picks her jaw up off the floor, unlike her flabbergasted sibling. No wonder the mom or dad whipped out the video camera for this thing. Seeing Star Wars (and Empire and Jedi) for the first time is a seminal moment in anyone's life, but the fact that this little moppet was rocking a Daily Bugle t-shirt leads me to believe that he might like this type of thing more than most. I'll bet you even money this kid shits himself when he watches The Sixth Sense for the first time.
Women's prison is rough. And sexy. [post-album postid="28909" item="2"]From the creators of Femme Fatales Magazine comes a new late-night anthology series, "Femmes Fatales," about powerful, sexy and dangerous women, debuting this Friday at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT exclusively on Cinemax. In each episode, women find ways of dealing with their problems and relaying on their survival instincts to get them out of sticky situations. The show is inspired by and styled in the tradition of pulp stories, film noir and graphic novels, and takes place in contemporary settings. In this clip from the first episode, movie star Lacey Rivers (Kit Willesee) is in for the role of a lifetime after her fast-living lands her in jail. She has to rely on a starstruck guard to help her navigate the treacherous terrain of women's prison. And that includes a sexy, take no shit cellmate. Things could get rough. Check out "Femme Fatales" this Friday night on Cinemax.
I'm sorry, Ms. Jackson. The Robert Kirkman/Azaceta comic, Outcast, will soon be a show on Cinemax that will show you terrible things. The story follows a man who works with a reverend to contain a growing number of demonic possessions. So if you're doing the math, that means Robert Kirkman + creepy kids + exorcism story + pay cable budget. That should equal "it can't be unseen." No premiere date has been announced yet so you can continue to sleep without a crucifix under your pillow.