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Blu-ray Review – Upgrade (2018)

Upgrade, 2018. Directed by Leigh Whannell. Starring Logan Marshall-Green, Melanie Vallejo, Steve Danielsen, Betty Gabriel, Christopher Kirby, and Harrison Gilbertson. Synopsis: In the future a technophobic mechanic is left for dead after a brutal mugging, only to receive an experimental medical upgrade that enables him to seek revenge. Good sci-fi is designed to make you […]

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Photos|Video: Wicked Fans Serenade Australasian Cast on Closing Night

While emerald green confetti were slowly falling from midair and soap bubbles floated right near the stage door at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Ccp, photographer Jude Ng and videographer Jm Ballaran, captured on their cameras on closing night, Sunday, March 9, a large crowd Filipino fans of Wicked singing in unison one of most famous duets from the musical, 'For Good.' For the fans, it was their 'musical' way of showing how grateful they were for the Australasian touring cast, led by Jemma Rix Elphaba, Suzie Mathers Glinda, Steve Danielsen Fiyero, Emily Cascarino Nessarose, and Edward Grey Boq, who starred in the sensational seven-week run of Wicked in Manila.
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Arachnophobiacs Beware ... We've Got a Pair Creepy Crawly Shorts, Spider on the Ceiling and Scratch

Oh the goddamn creepy, crawlies…they skeev me out just thinking about them. Ugh. Well, if you love the eight-legged baddies as much as I do, we've got a couple of memorable shorts for you today with Spider on the Ceiling and Scratch.

We don't usually combine two shorts into one article, but these two worked so well together, and thanks to horror hound Avery G for the tip on these two.

The first film is entitled Spider on the Ceiling. It's from Australia, just like the huntsman spider which stars in the movie. Spider on the Ceiling was directed by Anthony O'Neill and stars Steve Danielsen, Camilla Jackson and Steve Carroll. It's a creepy little five-minute piece with a nice comedic twist and great sense of humor.

The second feature is Scratch. No comedy in this one, just a slow build of suspense to a nice finish. Ethan Snell
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