Relic (Pendergast #1) Review

Relic (Pendergast #1) is a 1995 science fiction horror thriller novel written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, and published by Tor Books.  As the first installment in the Agent Pendergast Series, the plot follows NYPD Lieutenant Vincent D’Agosta, FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast, and graduate student Dr. Margo Green who hunt a mythical creature that is killing people in a New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. Positives: Fantastic main characters Mbwun is freakin’ awesome Great atmosphere Well-written story Great dialogue Intense, brutal scenes Great pacing Very educational…

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Tank Girl Review

Tank Girl is a 1995 science fiction action comedy film directed by Rachel Talalay, starring Lori Petty, Ice-T, Naomi Watts, and Malcolm McDowell.  Based on the comic series Tank Girl by Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett, the film is set in drought-ravaged Autralia and follows Tank Girl (Petty) as she, Jet Girl (Watts), and genetically modified supersolders called the Rippers fight “Water & Power”, an oppressive corporation led by Kessless (McDowell). Positives: Good amount of humor Great soundtrack Pretty awesome characters Good performance by Petty Good performance by Watts Good…

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Leprechaun 3 Review/Discussion | Breaker Debates Ep.35

Welcome to the 35th episode of Breaker Debates. Leprechaun 3 is a 1995 comedy fantasy horror directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith, starring Warwick Davis, John Gatins, Lee Armstrong, and Caroline Williams. Set as the third installment in the Leprechaun horror film series the story follows the vengeful leprechaun who is in Las Vegas searching for his stolen golden coin.

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DragonBall Z: Fusion Reborn Review

DragonBall Z: Fusion Reborn is a 1995 Japanese animated film directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi, starring voice performances by Sean Schemmel, Kyle Hebert, Kara Edwards, Christopher R. Sabat, and Kent Williams.  Serving as the twelfth film in the DragonBall Z series, when a worker at King Yemma’s spiritual check-in station is accidentally covered in spiritual waste, he is transformed into a powerful monster named Janemba, who destroys the barrier between the real world and Other World, allowing the dead to walk the Earth.  As the living Z Fighters fend off the…

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Leprechaun 3 Review

Leprechaun 3 is a 1995 comedy fantasy horror directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith, starring Warwick Davis, John Gatins, Lee Armstrong, and Caroline Williams.  Set as the third installment in the Leprechaun horror film series the story follows the vengeful Leprechaun who is in Las Vegas searching for his stolen golden coin. Positives: Good dialogue Good performance by Armstrong Good premise Negatives: Unlikable characters Poorly written characters Choppy plot Lackluster story Terrible choice of music Poor humor Plot:  Tammy and Scott’s relationship was more than rushed.  It was totally forced.  Scott’s transformation into the Leprechaun was…

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Vampire in Brooklyn Review

Vampire in Brooklyn is a 1995 comedy horror film directed by Wes Craven, starring Eddie Murphy, Angela Bassett, Allen Payne, Kadeem Hardison, John Witherspoon, Zakes Mokae, and Joanna Cassidy.  The film follows Detective Rita Veder (Bassett) who is assigned to a serial murder case when she meets Maximilian (Murphy), a smooth-talking Caribbean vampire determined to romance her. Positives: Great lead characters Great performances by Murphy and Bassett Good score Good use of practical and visual Negatives: Poor characters Poor performances Poor script Too much humor Plot: This story is interesting…

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