2 items from 2015
Bill DeMott is alleged to have bullied WWE performance centre trainees in the most demeaning terms. Former trainee Austin Draven (real name Austin Matelson), who wrestled as Judas Devlin in Nxt, has revealed to Vendetta Pro Radio that DeMott was a vicious bully.
Furthermore, a letter of complaint that Draven penned to WWE officials has been posted on Reddit. All of this has exposed DeMott in a very critical light and questions are now being asked of WWE. Draven’s accusations have been subsequently backed up by Ryan Nemeth, who formerly competed as Briley Pierce in WWE Nxt.
As of Tuesday morning, “#FireBillDeMott” was trending on Twitter. One Reddit user reported that DeMott responded in a private message to this hashtag, saying “You’re a little b**** and I will kill you and your family.”
However, it is impossible at this stage to verify that DeMott responded in this fashion. »
- Grahame Herbert
Reviewed by Kevin Scott
The Beast Must Die (1974)
Directed by: Paul Annett
Cast: Calvin Lockhart (Tom Newcliffe), Peter Cushing (Dr. Christopher Lundgren), Marlene Clark (Caroline Newcliffe), Charles Gray (Arthur Bennington), Anton Diffring (Pavel), Ciaran Madden (Davina Gilmore), Tom Chadbon (Paul Foote), Michael Gambon (Jan Jarmokowski)
I’ve been on a werewolf kick here lately. I’ve watched new flicks like “Wolves” (review forthcoming), and some really obscure stuff like “Full Eclipse” about werewolf cops. It’s been purely unintentional, it just happened that way. This film is the one that lit the fuse, and the best of the pack. It has volumes of cool stuff going for it, and is ripe for a good remake with all new cool stuff made possible by modern technology. I’ll get to that later.
This is an Amicus film. »
2 items from 2015
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