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Survival Code makes its U.S. debut on DVD, Digital HD and Pay-Per-View May 6. The story follows a former mixed martial arts fighter that takes Government matters into his own hands by manipulating his way into a position of authority, controlling the only way in or out. As a result of corruption, Vic (Ty Olsson) returns to his roots by challenging a Russian Group to a cage fight. We have an exclusive clip, which features Vic outraged as he finds out Russians killed his friend and quickly seeks revenge. Check out this deadly thriller before it punches its way into your home tomorrow!
Survival Code was released May 6th, 2014 and stars Ty Olsson, Patrick Gallagher, Michelle Harrison, Christine Horne, Greyston Holt, Cristina Rosato, Bryan Dick, Karan Oberoi. The film is directed by David Frazee. »
(Cbr) Few actors craft a villain like Mark Pellegrino does: As Jacob, he tormented Jack and the other survivors over four seasons of "Lost"; as Lucifer, Pellegrino made the Winchesters’ lives a living hell on "Supernatural"; and on "Being Human", his dead Bishop continues to haunt poor Aidan. That’s not even mentioning his devilish roles on "Dexter" and "Revolution". But these days, viewers can catch Pellegrino hunting down and killing super-powered adolescents as Jedikiah Price on The CW drama "The Tomorrow People". The ruthless head of a secret organization called Ultra, Jedikiah wants nothing more than to annihilate the next step in evolution, these Tomorrow People, before they rise up and wipe out the inferior human race. However, those goals have become increasingly complicated: His nephew Stephen (Robbie Amell) is one of the Tomorrow People, and so is Jedikiah’s lover Morgan (Carly Pope). Plus, Ultra’s enigmatic top dog, »
- Bryan Cairns, Comic Book Resources
Review Ron Hogan 17 Jan 2014 - 09:21
The Tomorrow People returns from its winter break with some decent action. Now, if only Ron could remember who any of the characters are...
This review contains spoilers.
1.10 The Citadel
Every week, The Tomorrow People opens up with a recap of the show's general premise. There are some credits, then they immediately jump to a “previously on” montage before actually starting the episode. We see probably four or five minutes of catching-up plot drippings on a weekly basis. Usually, this isn't necessary because at this point most people who watch the show have been watching it from the beginning and a simple recap would be enough.
For once, The Tomrrow People opens with a refresher course that's actually necessary, considering the fact that the show's been off the air for a month while the Christmas holidays happened and most of America's attention turned to other, »
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