Archive for October, 2009

Saw I-V Box Set

Posted in Movie News, SAW Franchise on October 28, 2009 by crow237

This Collection includes Saw Uncut, Saw II Uncut, Saw III Unrated Director’s Cut (I’ve seen the disc and it’s NOT the Director’s Cut), Saw IV Unrated Director’s Cut, and Saw V Unrated Director’s Cut.

This is not to be mistaken for the Saw Trilogy Box Set.

I hope to own both sets soon and add them to my collection. Yes I do already own all them. I have never seen Saw Uncut or Saw III Unrated Director’s Cut. I don’t think rated R either.

Saw I-V

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Saw Trilogy not new

With plastic sleeve off.



Posted in TNA Wrestling on October 27, 2009 by crow237

The is all copied.
“Hulkamania” is back! The biggest name in professional wrestling history, Hulk Hogan, is joining Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling (TNA), the fastest rising wrestling organization in the world and home to one of cable television’s highest rated shows for young men, TNA iMPACT!  The announcement was made today by TNA Wrestling in conjunction with Spike TV at a press conference held in New York City.

“Hulk Hogan is one of the world’s top pop culture icons and the biggest superstar in the history of professional wrestling.  We are truly excited to welcome him into the TNA family,” said Dixie Carter, President of TNA Wrestling.  “Our goal is to become the world’s biggest professional wrestling company.  Hulk defines professional wrestling and we look forward to partnering with him in a variety of ways as we continue to grow TNA globally.”

“I’m thrilled to be jumping back into the world of professional wrestling,” said Hogan.  “My fans have been asking me to return to the business for many years on a full time basis, but the timing or the opportunity has never been right until now.  TNA Wrestling is a great company with an already excellent fan base, business and broadcast partner.  I firmly believe now is the time for some change at TNA as they are positioned to jump to the next level in their development and I’m here to work with Dixie to help make that a reality.”

Through Hogan’s partnership with Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television, the deal with TNA was negotiated by longtime Hogan colleague Eric Bischoff.  Additionally, BHE TV has inked a first-look deal with TNA and will be working with the organization to develop new programming extensions of the TNA brand.

“Hulk Hogan adds yet another level of star power that positions TNA iMPACT as Spike TV’s version of ‘Must-See TV’ on Thursday nights,” said Kevin Kay, president of Spike.

Hogan most recently penned an autobiography with Mark Dagostino, “My Life Outside The Ring” with St. Martin’s Press.

Bond 23

Posted in Movie News on October 27, 2009 by crow237

Bond 23 will begin filming in late 2010.

This will be Daniel Craig’s third film as James Bond, following Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace , which earned $594 million and $586 million worldwide. Craig had signed on for four more Bond films, all the way to Bond 25.

C.R. was a really good film and is the second Bond film I’ve ever seen. It was super entertaining. Q.o.S. was not very good and I found myself asking, whats going on? Who’s that guy? Didn’t he die? So I hope Bond 23 is a much better sequel.


Rocky 7

Posted in Movie News on October 27, 2009 by crow237

Recently Stallone confirmed that Rocky VII, is in an advanced stage to be made. This will be made in 2010, after the film franchise Rambo 5, is completed.

Rocky 1-6 made $1,126,350,503 worldwide.

Rambo 1-4 made $????

With Stallone now 63 you have to wonder how much more he can do.

SAW VI Review

Posted in Movie Reviews, SAW Franchise on October 26, 2009 by crow237

? out of 5

This will be the last SAW VI update blog. As you all can see I did not rate the film. If you’re a fan you will love it. The SAW franchise, you either love it, hate it, or are getting bored with it.

Plot: Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw’s legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw’s grand scheme is finally understood.

New and fourth director Kevin Greutert (who has been the editor on all the past films) sure brought us gory violence and torture. His SAW film deals with an executive at a health insurance company and how he and the company decides whom to cover.

Jigsaw, Hoffman, Jill, and Amanda all return. We all see John’s grand scheme and it was great. William (protagonist) had to do some unbelievable things in order to stay alive and save the lives of others.

I really didn’t care that much about the characters like I use to. I agree they should have stopped at SAW III. The ending to SAW III was a great way to end the series. If SAW VI went a bit differently at the end it would’ve been another great way to end the series. I really cant say much except see it.

Rated R for sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture, and language.

The Crow Remake Casting

Posted in Movie News on October 22, 2009 by crow237

The Crow as most know is my favorite film of all time. I am very much against a remake. I have seen all the terrible sequels and might see the remake.

I just copied this.

Today from from an unnamed source comes word that the script has been submitted to the studio which loved it and casting will now begin. Steven Norrington will direct. Alex Proyas talked a year ago about the remake with Digital Spy and was pretty honest;

I have nothing to do with the remake of The Crow. That’s other people involved with that and I wouldn’t even dream of remaking the movie, because as far as I’m concerned that’s Brandon Lee’s movie and that’s why I finished the movie – in memory of Brandon. That’s the only reason I finished it actually.

“So the whole notion of remaking it, to me, is just ridiculous and I’d have nothing to do with it, as I’ve had nothing to do with any of the sequels or the TV show or any of that stuff.”

TNA Wrestling Bound for Glory (2009)

Posted in TNA Wrestling on October 18, 2009 by crow237

BFG 5 was…AWESOME…THIS IS AWESOME. This night was full of the greatest matches ever. If you missed TNA’s Superbowl ppv of the year, you missed out on just plan awesomeness. BFG 5 ended with Sting telling the world that he doesn’t know if he will retire or go a little longer. It brings a tear to your eye when you see an icon say something like that.

Tag Team match for entry into the Six Way Ultimate X match for the TNA X Division Championship. The Motor City Machineguns defeated Lethal Consequences.

Six Way Ultimate X match for the TNA X Division Championship. Amazing Red (c) defeated Suicide, Daniels, Homicide, Chris Sabin, and Alex Shelley.

Tag Team match for the TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship. Taylor Wilde and Sarita (c) defeated The Beautiful People.

Three Way match for the TNA Legends Championship. Eric Young defeated Kevin Nash (c) and Hernandez.

Four Way Full Metal Mayhem Tag Team match for the IWGP Tag Team and the TNA World Tag Team Championship. The British Invasion (New TNA) and Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon) (New IWGP), defeated The Main Event Mafia and Beer Money, Inc.

Three Way match for the TNA Women’s Knockout Championship. ODB (c) defeated Awesome Kong and Tara.

Submission match. Bobby Lashley defeated Samoa Joe.

Monster’s Ball match with Dr. Stevie as Special Guest Referee; if Abyss used thumbtacks as a weapon, he would be disqualified. Abyss defeated Mick Foley

Singles match. Kurt Angle defeated Matt Morgan

Singles match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. A.J. Styles (c) defeated Sting.