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Directed by Steve Buscemi.
Starring Willem Dafoe, Edward Furlong, Danny Trejo, Mickey Rourke, Tom Arnold, Mark Boone Junior, Edward Bunker, John Heard, and Steve Buscemi.
A privileged young man is sent to prison for drug dealing and falls under the wing of a lifer who takes a shine to him.
Sometimes the planets are in alignment, the right cards are drawn from the deck and there is a film that gets made with what seems to be the perfect collaboration of cast and crew that you know is going to produce something worthy of your time, and in 2000 Steve Buscemi (Reservoir Dogs/Con Air) directed Animal Factory, his second full-length feature. But what makes Animal Factory a little different from a lot of other prison dramas is that it was written by Edward Bunker, an ex-con-turned-actor (he played Mr. Blue in Reservoir Dogs and also pops up
Troubled youth Ron Decker (Edward Furlong, American History X) is sentenced to a ten-year stint in the notorious San Quentin State Prison for a drug-dealing conviction. Inexperienced in the ways of prison life, he’s taken under the wing of Earl Copen (Willem Dafoe, To Live and Die in La), an experienced con with the entire prison in the palm of his hand – inmates and guards alike. But as Ron grows increasingly cocky in his privileged role as Earl’s confidant, is he in danger of biting off more than he can chew with some of the jail’s more volatile inhabitants?
Based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same name by Eddie Bunker (Reservoir Dogs), Animal Factory was Steve Buscemi (Lonesome Jim, Interview)’s second stint in the director’s chair and sees him marshaling a formidable ensemble cast,
The sequel follows Carl Black (Epps), who has moved his family back to his childhood home after surviving a night of terror in the original movie. However, when his quirky neighborhood becomes host to a mysteriously extravagant pimp (Williams), Carl becomes convinced the new neighbour is a vampire and is trying to steal Carl’s entire family away.
The House Next Door is once again being directed by Deon Taylor and will see Bresha Webb, Zulay Henao, Andrew Bachelor, Lil Duval, Michael Blackson and Tyrin Turner reprising their roles from the original movie. Filming is currently underway in Atlanta.
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“We wanted to do something we’ve never done before,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told reporters of the ep last week. “We started with the concept of, wouldn’t it be really funny if Barry goes for a bachelor party with the guys and [Iris] goes for a bachelorette party with the girls, and the guys end up having the worst night ever, and the girls wind up saving the city. That was where the episode started from, and that’s where it ended up.”
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The episode, appropriately titled “Girls Night Out” is the first in The Flash’s four-season run where Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) doesn’t don his
Now, we’re watching The Flash. This episode debuts one of The Flash’s best super-hero buds, Ralph Dibny, DC Comics’ best detective (sorry, Batman), and second most famous stretchy hero, Elongated Man. Story wise, it’s a very interesting idea to have Ralph be enemies with Barry as we meet him here, having to do with a case when Barry was a young CSI.
Most importantly, the jokes and fun times were back; not only is one of the goofiest (and most tragic) DC heroes debuts, but Cisco finally meets Gypsy’s dad after a very intimate scene , and he’s played by the one and only Danny Trejo in a role perfect for him: a disapproving dad. He informs Cisco he hunts every one of Gypsy’s boyfriends (most of them end up dead) and it’s up
This week’s episode of The Flash “Elongated Journey into Night”, 2 new characters were introduced into the CW’s Arrowverse. Breacher and Ralph Dibny a.k.a The Elongated Man. As the teasers imply about the tensions between Barry and Ralph, we also witness the cat and mouse chase between Cisco and Breacher.
Directed by Tom Cavanagh, who earlier helmed the fiery “The Once and Future Flash” in season 3. This episode strikes the perfect balance between the elements of fun and humor. Right from the opening sequence under The Matrix poster to the introduction of Ralph Dibny as the dirty detective. The overall flow of the episode is pretty fabulous.
Every episode in the current season stands out on its own with a unique defining moment/character in it. In the fourth episode, well known bad@ass Danny Trejo who typically plays himself, this time the
The Flash introduces Ralph Dibny, the Elongated Man, in the best episode of the season so far! Spoilers ahead...
This review contains spoilers.
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4.4 Elongated Journey Into The Night
Now that’s more like it!
First of all, allow me to apologise for the lateness of this review. It was Halloween night, so I was out drinking the blood of my enemies or something. Second of all, holy moley I am so happy that I’m happy with Elongated Journey Into The Night. This is the first episode this season where I felt like all the little pieces (and the show’s cranked up sense of humour) have all worked at once.
It’s still a fairly thin story with no real villain to speak of. I don't care this time,
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Tom Cavanagh Directs; Danny Trejo Guest Stars As Breacher — Cisco (Carlos Valdes) is shocked when Gypsy’s (guest star Jessica Camacho) father, Breacher (guest star Danny Trejo), shows up on Earth-1. Breacher takes an immediate disliking to Cisco and decides to hunt him. Meanwhile, Barry (Grant Gustin) runs into his old nemesis, Ralph Dibny (guest star Hartley Sawyer).
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The Flash season 4 airs on Tuesdays.
In Tuesday’s all-new ep, titled “Elongated Journey Into Night,” Trejo stars as Breacher, one of the “most feared and dangerous bounty hunters in the multiverse.” Oh yeah, and he’s also Gypsy’s dad.
Breacher comes calling on Earth-1 at a particularly inopportune time for Gypsy (Jessica Camacho) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) -- and immediately threatens to hunt down and kill his daughter’s boyfriend. But it turns out, the process of getting Trejo to agree to the cameo was much less painful.
“Once the image of it being Danny came into our heads, we sort of couldn’t imagine anybody else doing it,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told reporters earlier this week. “I think a lot of times, you don’t ask because
But rest assured, Wally’s trip home to Blue Valley is only a temporary one. “Keiynan’s a regular,” co-showrunner Andrew Kreisberg assured reporters on Monday following a screening of this week’s episode, “and we will see him again,” next in Episode 7 (airing Nov. 21).
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