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Review Laura Akers 5 May 2014 - 06:45
The latest episode of Castle disappoints. Here's Laura's review of Law & Boarder...
This review contains spoilers.
6.20 Law And Boarder
One of the things that dramas, particularly procedurals, regularly do is to use a subculture as the background of an episode’s story. In general, they pick something that some part of their audience is really familiar with, while the rest of the audience tends to be only vaguely aware of said culture. They then weave whatever their primary plot is into that subculture.
When this is done well, what we often get is a combination of a fish-out-of-water story as the main characters try to understand how this community works and an exploration of that culture as the main characters learn what they need to about it in order to be able to complete whatever their task is in that world. And by the time the store ends, »
Professional wrestling legend “Rowdy” Roddy Piper has grappled with Ric Flair in the ring and engaged Keith David in an alleyway brawl in They Live, but in Troma’s Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies, he faces his most relentless enemy yet: the living dead.
Trapped in an abandoned prison by a growing zombie horde, Piper and a group of fellow pro wrestlers, including “The Franchise” Shane Douglas and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, must utilize their body-slamming skills to survive the night. For the latest part of our Q&A series, we caught up with Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies writer/director Cody Knotts, who told us all about his experience making the movie.
The cast of Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies is comprised of just that: pro wrestlers and zombies. From “Rowdy” Roddy Piper to “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan to “The Franchise” Shane Douglas, there are some huge pro wrestlers attached to this project. Could »
- Derek Anderson
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