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Win a Copy of 2 Guns on Blu-ray as we celebrate Buddy Movies

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In Universal Home Entertainment’s 2 Guns, when an attempt to take down a drug cartel blows up in their faces, two undercover operatives are forced to go on the run together, though neither knows that the other is a federal agent. Suddenly, everyone on both sides of the law wants them dead, and their only hope is to trust each other. Featuring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, we celebrate the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD release on November 19, by revisiting some of the most memorable buddies in blue.

Axel Foley & Detective Rosewood – Beverly Hills Cop

While Eddy Murphy and Judge Reinhold have made names for themselves in today’s pop culture, it’s easy to argue that Beverly Hills Cop launched their now successful film careers. With Axel as the mouth behind the duo, and Rosewood as the partner getting him out of trouble each time, there match up is as timeless as the film.
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'Revolution' episode 5: 'Sex and Drugs' photos - Will Charlie go all the way?

After receiving some good news in this week's ratings, "Revolution" is taking a week off (to make room for the third and final Presidential debate on Monday). The next new episode, "Sex and Drugs," airs Oct. 29 and it looks like a doozy.

Nora is in need of serious medical help after being stabbed by Ken Hutchinson (Jeff Fahey), Neville is about to hand over Danny to Monroe, and Charlie has a very Joan-from-"Mad Men"-like decision to make when a gang leader makes her an indecent proposal.

Check out these photos NBC released from the episode for a preview of the action, and take a peek at a whole bunch of "Revolution" Season 1 photos in our ongoing gallery.

Why isn't Miles (Billy Burke) as scared as Aaron (Zak Orth) or Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos)? (And, yes, that's Nora slumped over in the back of the truck.)

Will Nora get the help she needs?
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From Slash to Bromance — Moving Beyond Subtext

Recently, I’ve had the good fortune of having one of my hobbies turn into a freelance job. I’ll be editing translated manga into casual English for a major distributor of yaoi titles. In Japan, these homoerotic stories are sold in magazines that can be purchased almost everywhere. There are even anime versions running on TV. That there is enough of a market here for more than one distributor making money importing and translating them is pretty amazing. But times are changing for those of us who have long read and written slash fiction based on TV shows.

Despite popular opinion amongst critics, slash in fanfiction usually doesn’t spring from a vacuum. [Yes, I said usually. I am well aware of pairings that would make a stomach turn like Legolas/Sauron or even Jean-Luc Picard/Elrod the Elf guy, and I am reminded that there exists Icabod/Horseman slash. Heck, I once did quite a rant on a panel about bizarre pairings that ended with me suggesting that even Opie/Barney Fife was fair game in some Slashers' eyes]. Thankfully, this strangeness is a minor part of Slash Fanfiction. Typically, there is smoke that inspires that fire in the writers.

They call them Bromances now, but the phenomena has been around for a long, long time.
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The 15 Best Revenge Movies (Part 2)

Tmp is back to wrap up the 15 best movie about revenge, courtesy of guest writer Arcee from NFamousGamers. We've got more blood, guts, and hatred than we know what to do with on this list, so come in and see if your favorite revenge flicks made it on the list.

[Much like last time, spoilers for these films will ensue. And if for some reason you missed the beginning, be sure to check out Part 1 to get caught up!]

The Last House on the Left (1972)

To be honest, I like the 2009 version of the film slightly more than the original but the original film’s acts of vengeance and the reasons for it are more compelling. Two friends Mari (Sandra Cassell) and Paige (Lucy Grantham) go to a concert to celebrate Mari’s 17th birthday. In search of some marijuana, they run into a vicious criminal (David Hess) and his gang who just escaped from prison. Brutally victimizing and raping both girls, Paige is murdered for attempting to escape. Mari is then shot in the back and left for dead in a nearby lake.
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Straw Dogs Review d: Sam Peckinpah

Straw Dogs (1971) Direction: Sam Peckinpah Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Susan George, Peter Vaughan, T. P. McKenna, Del Henney, Jim Norton, Donald Webster, Ken Hutchison, Len Jones, Sally Thomsett, Robert Keegan, Peter Arne Screenplay: David Zelag Goodman and Sam Peckinpah; from Gordon Williams' novel The Siege of Trencher's Farm Oscar Movies Dustin Hoffman, Susan George, Straw Dogs By Dan Schneider of Cosmoetica: If there has ever been a more over-interpreted and misinterpreted film than director Sam Peckinpah's 1971 drama Straw Dogs, I've yet to encounter it. Citizen Kane and 2001: A Space Odyssey have had more ink spilled over them, but most of the ideas tossed about are on the money and far less is read into them. Also, those two classics have one big thing going for them that Straw Dogs does not. They are great films. Co-written by Peckinpah and David Zelag Goodman from from Gordon Williams' novel
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