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Marvel’s Agents of Shield is coming up on their 4th Season in a few weeks and thanks to a promo debuted at San Diego Comic Con this year, we know that a major Marvel character, Ghost Rider, will be on the show this season. It won’t be the original Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze, as portrayed in movies by Nicholas Cage, but Robbie Reyes, the latest Ghost Rider that debuted in 2014 for a twelve issue run. To get a heads up on the character, I decided to read through that series to get an idea of what to expect for this season of Agents of Shield.
First the positives. The character of Robbie is a wonderful addition to the Marvel Universe. The relationship he has with his brother is key to the series and is played quite well. The choices he makes in the story directly relate to how he can help his brother. »
- Tim Jousma
The sun is shining. The weather is warm and we're ready for a little adventure.
But where to?
Even our fictional favorites need a break from the norm every now and then.
Need a holiday? Our TV friends have plenty of ideas.
There's surfing on Hawaii or playing princess at Disney. We've got Wyoming hunting trips, girlfriends in Paris and days spent lounging on the beach in the Hamptons.
But beware of the pitfalls of going topless, shrinkage, and bad hair days!
So get ready for an epic get-a-away and check out our 13 favorite vacation episodes on TV.
1. Friends - London, Baby! The Friends flew off to London for Ross and Emily’s wedding in one of TV’s most epic trips. Ross said Rachel’s name at the altar instead of Emily's (Oops!), Monica and Chandler began a romantic relationship, and Joey was the best tourist ever! We’re »
- Christine Orlando
By Lee Pfeiffer
The Vinegar Syndrome video label continues to unearth obscure examples of 1960s erotica. None is more bizarre than "Infrasexum", a 1969 concoction by director/actor Carlos Tobalina, who would ultimately be regarded as one of the more prolific hardcore filmmakers. Back in '69, however, it was still difficult to get theatrical showings of hardcore films, which were generally relegated to 8mm film loops sold in adult book stores. Tabolina tried to push the envelope with "Infrasexum" but was still confined by the dreaded "community standards" obscenity laws that mandated only soft-core movies could generally be shown without causing a major legal flap from local conservative groups that had routinely declared war on pornography. "Infrasexum" (I have no idea what the title means and apparently neither did Tobalina) attempts to tell a poignant story about the toll the aging process takes on sexual libido. The film opens in the »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
3 items from 2016
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