Prepare yourself for a special presentation.
The film was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Imperial Entertainment on 29 January 1993, grossing $2,001,124 at the box office. Not bad for a B-movie.
From all of the witty one-liners to the training montage scenes, this has it all. Witness the retro-gold below.
Feast your eyes on some wonderful news. There will be brand new tales from the Dark Crystal universe.
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Anyone that knows me will tell you that I am a big mark for South Korean cinema. And I don’t mean only because of OLDBOY.
Feast your eyes on this EPIC tribute!! Found by Sam HaiNe
I know it’s late. It’s late in the month; it’s late in the evening and it’s time to tune into this month’s Retro Movie, Michael Mann’s THIEF 1981.
The Rise of the Synths is a documentary about the synthwave genre, community, and aesthetic. You can watch the trailer and contribute to the Kickstarter here. The entire project looks incredible, with so many talented and important people from within the scene attached to it, and I
The Summoner is a love letter to the Eighties and the Synthwave scene.
There's a misconception among many modern Marvel fans that the comic book company's life on the big screen began with 1998's Blade.