25 titles.

1. Dredd (2012)
The future America is an irradiated waste land. On its East Coast, running from Boston to Washington DC, lies Mega City One - a vast, violent metropolis where criminals rule the chaotic streets. The only force of order lies with the urban cops called "Judges" who possess the combined powers of judge, jury and instant executioner. Known and feared throughout the city, Dredd is the ultimate Judge, challenged with ridding the city of its latest scourge - a dangerous drug epidemic that has users of "Slo-Mo" experiencing reality at a fraction of its normal speed. During a routine day on the job, Dredd is assigned to train and evaluate Cassandra Anderson, a rookie with powerful psychic abilities thanks to a genetic mutation. A heinous crime calls them to a neighborhood where fellow Judges rarely dare to venture - a 200 storey vertical slum controlled by prostitute turned drug lord Ma-Ma and her ruthless clan. When they capture one of the clan's inner circle, Ma-Ma overtakes the compound's control center and wages a dirty, vicious war against the Judges that proves she will stop at nothing to protect her empire. With the body count climbing and no way out, Dredd and Anderson must confront the odds and engage in the relentless battle for their survival.
In a dystopian future Earth, the area between New York and Boston has become a crime-ridden urban mass of 800 million people known as Mega City. Keeping the peace are combination policemen-judges who make the arrests, determine guilt and then execute the sentence. Judge Dredd is among the best at what he does and he is assigned a rookie, Cassandra Anderson, who did not meet the minimum requirements for the job but who has one talent most do not: she is a mutant with psychic abilities. They soon find themselves inside Peach Trees, a 200 story building that houses among many others Ma-Ma a gangster who produces the drug of choice in Mega City, slo-mo. Ma-Ma shuts the building down determined that Dredd and Anderson will never again see the light of day.
In the future, the overpopulated and chaotic Mega City One with 800 million inhabitants occupies the former territory between Boston and Washington and is surrounded by desert. Justice is brought by the judges, who have the power to judge and execute the sentence against those who break the law. The incorruptible Judge Dredd is summoned by the Chief Judge to evaluate the rookie Anderson, who has failed the test for judge but is a mutant with psychic abilities. They witness a murder and chase the killer in a 200-floor building. However the laboratory of slo-mo of the drug lord Ma-Ma is located in the 200th floor and she seals the building, trapping the two judges inside. Then she orders her clan to kill Dredd and Anderson in the beginning of a gore manhunt.
In the vast, post-apocalyptic metropolis of Mega City One on America's east coast, the only law is provided by the Judges of the Hall of Justice - cops with the power of judge, jury and executioner. Most feared among these law-keepers is the ruthless and implacable Judge Dredd (qv##nm0881631##). More and more of the inhabitants of Mega City One are addicted to a drug that alters the brain's perception of time: Slo-Mo. While assigned to train and evaluate Cadet Judge Cassandra Anderson (qv##nm1880888##), Dredd is called to investigate a crime in Peach Trees, the notorious high-rise slum tower controlled by former prostitute-turned-drug-lord, Ma-Ma (qv##nm0372176##) and her clan. The Judges capture one of the clan's senior members and Ma-Ma locks down the tower, leaving Dredd and Anderson with a choice: escape the slum with their prisoner or climb to the top of the tower to capture Ma-Ma and judge her as well.
2. Judge Dredd (1995)
In the year 2139, the Earth has changed into a virtually uninhabitable place called the Cursed Earth. All of the Earth's population have crowded into the cities across the planet, now known as Mega-Cities. The crimes in these Mega-Cities became so violent and so powerful, that the regular justice system was powerless to contain, then it collapsed completely. However, a new justice system came from the ashes, there were three justice systems in one (police, jury and executioner), they were called Judges. In Mega-City One (formerly, New York City), there was a Judge, named Joseph Dredd, who was the toughest and most stringent Judge in history. One day, he was charged with murder, and was tried and sentenced to life in prison because of it.
In a standard comic book dystopian near-future, Americans are ensconced in Mega-Cities which protect them from the desolation of the world outside, and the peace is kept by the Judges. This elite group who upholds the Law is police, jury and executioner all in one. Judge Joseph Dredd, the most formidable and revered of the Street Judges, is convicted of the murder of a snooping reporter. With the help of a prisoner who he himself convicted, Dredd sets out to clear his name while leaving a trail of destruction, snappy catchphrases, and dazzling special effects in his wake.
In the future, the Earth transforms into a desert wasteland called the Cursed Earth. Crowds of people now live within walled Mega-Cities where crime is out-of-control and elite police forces (The Judges. Judge, Jury and Executioners all in one) enforces law and justice in the Mega-Cities. Judge Joseph Dredd, the greatest Judge in Mega-City One is framed for the assassination of a journalist and his wife by renegade Judge Rico. Learning the truth about himself from Chief Justice Fargo, head of the council of Judges. Dredd with help from colleague and trusted friend Judge Hershey and cowardly computer hacker Fergie sets out to take on Rico, corrupt council member Judge Griffin, genetics scientist Ilsa Hayden and the super-strong ABC robot and put a stop to their evil plan involving genetic engineering (The key to the secrets of Dredd's past) and unleashing chaos and destruction in Mega-City One.
In a dystopic future, where urban areas have grown into Mega-Cities that cover entire coastal regions, the justice system has evolved to a single person invested with the power of police, judge, jury and executioner: the Judge. Among the Judges of Mega-City One, Judge Joseph Dredd is one of the best, and a particular favorite of the Head of the Council, Chief Justice Fargo. But there are evil forces at work in the Justice Department: block riots and the escape of Rico, a homicidal maniac, are only steps in a plan that ultimately lead to the sentencing of Dredd for a murder he did not commit. And Dredd must discover the secrets of his own past and survive to stop the evildoers.
3. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Maxwell "Max" McGrath is thrown into a new life after moving with his mother to the small city of Copper Canyon. There he meets new friends, bullies, and super-villains hunting him down for a power inside him called TURBO Energy. Max must now join N-TEK, a secret organization his late father Jim McGrath started, to defeat Trans-Human Industries from taking over the world with their sinister leader Miles Dredd and his evil Elementors. Max's powers are hidden from the public and regulated with the aid of his friend Steel, who is a known as an Ultra-Link (later revealed to be an alien species), to prevent his powers from going critical. During battle, Steel transforms into Max's multiple armors for whatever terrain battle is present. Along the way, with the aid of N-TEK led by Max's uncle Ferrus, both will uncover the mystery behind Steel's past, find out what really happened to Max's father, Jim McGrath and uncover the dark secrets of N-Tek. Until they witnessed the Makino Invasion.
4. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Coming Together: Part Three (2013)
Miles Dredd and his human henchman Jason Naught have captured Max, who is shocked to learn his rare turbo energy is needed to fill up the fiend's supply, stolen from Max's late father, running out after ten years. Uncle Harry's scientist Martinez works out Dredd's plan to draw all life energy from Cooper Canyon High, where he also located the Dredd Industries HQ as his layer. The MTech team invades DHI to free Max and Steel, whose turbo force may be lost forever if it takes too long.
5. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Split Decision (2013)
Naught (tired of being beaten by Max and demeaned by Dredd) somehow gets Max Steel to a deserted island (or whatever we feel will make for a good backdrop for a mega battle). Naught broadcasts their battle to N-Tek and to Dredd (in an attempt to show how tough/worthy he really is). Big fight all episode long!
6. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Secret Identity Crisis (2013)
Uncle Forge rightly warns Max to keep a low profile in order not to be identified. Indeed, Dredd's human henchman Jason Naught has worked out his actions center around Cooper Canyon High. However, school bully Butch gets the credit for Max's heroic deeds, so he becomes the target of Dread's elimination plan. Still, fellow pupil Max can rise to the rescue and keep his cover by using a new invention of Bartho, a holographic double.
7. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Thrill of the Chase (2013)
Uncle Ford commandeers Steel to break trough a stranded space ship's forcefield and turn it off so his team can take a mysterious case from it, then sends Max and Steel away. That allows Dredd's human contracted thief Troy Winters and two henchmen to ambush their blinded transport and steal the case for Dredd, who however refuses to pay until it's rendered 'complete and operational'. That requires stealing alien technology from MTech's vault. Max Steel must get it back, despite Elementors on the road, so they try motorcycle mode.
8. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Ultralink Invasion: Part One (2014)
Max and Steel are proud of their performance in simulation and doubt Forge's urging that Max must tap into his 'greatest power', as even Berto doubts if Makino is still preparing an invasion, as sky surveillance shows no intrusion. Only Kirby wraps up in aluminum all over, even as underwear. However a meteor shower serves as cover for four Ultrlianks to be delivered to Dredd, who links three to creatures or machines to turn them into killers, unleashed on Copper Canyon. Max fights them well with Berto's latest weapon, an electric lash, but soon is occupied with the arrival of another alien in a super-fast spacecraft, called Ven-Ghan, who declares to be an enemy of Makino and all Ultralinks, except the 'rehabilitated' trio in his service, and refuses to spare Steel, who is clearly no match for him.
9. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Ultralink Invasion: Part Two (2014)
N-Tek proves no match for Makino's rapidly advancing force. Berto believes the information he's extracting from a captured Makino Ultralink may give them the upper hand, but that proves another Dredd ploy. Steel has escaped, only to be captured by the rapid spacecraft of alien Ven-Ghan, who declares to be fighting both Makino and all Ultralinks to see them tried by the interplanetary Black Star Council. Max tries to reason for an alliance against Makino, Steel to escape.
10. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Pick Your Poison (2013)
When Max, Stteell, Berto, Kat and Jefferson pick up an UltraLink signal they must go undercover James Bond style to a swank party to recover the UltraLink but really, it's a trap set up by Dredd! (Again, this will play into Dredd's plan to develop a weapon that will disrupt the earth shield that N-Tek is generating).
11. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Got Turbo Star? (2014)
Drummond, Brian Elementor/ Extroyer/ Bartholomew 'Butch'.Dredd learns that Makino wasn't killed by the power source explosion but approaches with another army. Possessing two parts of the Turbo Star, the only weapon that can vanquish him for sure, Dredd offers them to N-Tek if they can track down the last one. Forge forbids Max to go on quest, but Steel convinces him to 'just follow' him, guided by father Jim's memories. They find it in a polar base and retrieve it, only to find there Dredd and Forge, who is taken hostage as barter price.
12. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Dredd Ascendant (2014)
Dredd and Naught collect Makino's congratulations for preparing his impending invasion, but the ingrate tyrant concludes their services are no longer needed, ordering Elementor to dispose of the pair. Dredd however came prepared and manages to seek shelter in their new underground base. Max has dreams, which he realizes can only stem from Steel's dormant memory, about his infancy, before his father Jim's demise, so they decide to snoop into the crew's secret room. Using a mechanical spy wasp, Dredd overhears Forge instructing full alert during a three minutes server-blackout for an N-tek upgrade. Dredd broadcasts half the message, planning for Elementor's force to attack the base from the outside, a perfect diversion for his plans inside. He sneaks in to instruct Extroyer how to escape from his electrified cell, copy and send top-secret data from Forge's unlinked CO computer and flee the base. Elementor's troops are fought-off, Makino must admit an alliance with Dredd is mutually too advantageous to turn down. Meanwhile Dredd and Naught start searching for the Turbo-star, the ultimate weapon to match Makino's destructive power even against turbo force.
13. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Uncle Sam Wants You (2013)
Max Steel successfully chases a gang who stole and now smuggle military weapons. Then they're surrounded by colonel Castle's troops, but he assures them to be after the fiends and friendly to them. Castle takes them to his base, shows to know all about MTec as wells as Dread. Castle offers them an Alliance and questions uncle Forge's motives for refusing, pointing out he keeps a secret for Max Steel, who thus decide to accept helping Castle go after Dredd in his canyon hide-out. There they're all up for crucial surprises.
14. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Full Metal Racket (2014)
Max and Kirby are confident their rock band can win the town's free podium, especially as Sydney proves a gifted guitarist, until they see Butch's band and its cool effects. Berto however volunteers to provide special effects worthy of max Steel, whose appearance is as good as promised. Alas, that Internet post allows Makino to track them down and send a Megalink (super-strong Ultralink), which has bonded with a Precolumbian god as 'Metal Elementor'. He proves a formidable adversary, both for Dredd and Naught, who concentrate on finding the Turbo-star, and even for Max Steel, whose turbo-power isn't enough, so Steel comes up with an industrial corrosive ruse.
15. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Earth Under Siege: Part One (2013)
Jason Naught has finally cracked the N-Tec communications system and hacks their entire satellites networks. Miles Dredd eagerly uses it to set a massive trap, comprising a dozen of missiles requiring turbo energy. Despite Max's presentiment, Forge orders the whole team to attack and disable the missiles at all cost, which allows the trap to close. Meanwhile Forge was finally convinced to disclose Steele's origin, but the urgent mission takes priority.
16. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Live by the Sword (2013)
One of Dredd's henchmen is searching the flee market for a mythical sword, which gives its wearer superpowers and becomes inseparable. The Asian guardian hides it in unsuspecting Kirby's backpack. Max makes him dump it as presumably illegal weapon, but he can't resist trying it out. Even Max Steel finds it a formidable adversary, and Dredd's men find their trail too, while the old guardian explains its cursed origin.
17. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Elements of Surprise: Part Two (2013)
The now combined Elementors manage to escape, albeit without the alien power drives Dredd is after. They capture uncle Forge, whom he hopes to extract MTech's secrets from. To the team's surprise, researcher Berto inherited Max's late father's second rank and must take charge. Max Steel takes on the rescue mission.
18. Max Steel (2013 TV Series)
Episode: The Thrill of the Hunt (2013)
Uncle Forge commandeers Steel to break trough a stranded space ship's forcefield and turn it off so his team can take a mysterious case from it, then sends Max and Steel away. That allows Dredd's human contracted thief Troy Winters and two henchmen to ambush their blinded transport and steal the case for Dredd, who however refuses to pay until it's rendered 'complete and operational'. That requires stealing alien technology from MTech's vault. Max Steel must get it back, despite Elementors on the road, so they try motorcycle mode.
19. Siskel & Ebert (1986 TV Series)
Episode: The Worst Films of 1995 (1996)
This week Siskel and Ebert revealed their choices for the worst films of 1995. Gene Jade The Jerky Boys Vampire in Brooklyn Judge Dredd Waterworld Showgirls Roger Mr. Payback Jury Duty Money Train Tank Girl Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie The Scarlet Letter
20. Judge Minty (2013 Short Film)
Judge Minty is a not for profit fan film based on the world of the comic book character 'Judge Dredd'. It is an original work, following the tale of a secondary figure from the stories. Judge William Minty has spent his entire adult life policing the violent streets of Mega-City One and now he's slowing down. When a lapse of judgement almost ends his life, he knows that it's time to quit. He can choose to teach in the Academy, or he can leave the city and walk alone out into the anarchy of the Cursed Earth, taking law to the lawless.
21. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #30.13 (2003)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the DVD release of the Extended Edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), the VHS/DVD releases of Shanghai Knights (2003), Ying xiong (2002)/Hero, Invincible (2001) (TV), a DVD compilation of episodes from "The Simpsons" (1989) entitled Bart Wars, and the DVD release of Season 4 of "Futurama" (1999). Also the books Bartimæus trilogien 1: Amuletten fra Samarkand (by Jonathan Stroud), Skammerserien 4: Skammerkrigen (by Lene Kaaberbøl), Den magiske kogebog (by Shane Brox), and the video games The Simpsons: Hit & Run (Playstation 2 & Xbox), Soulcalibur II (Playstation 2, Xbox & GameCube), and Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death (Playstation 2 & Xbox).
22. Sex, Love, & Consequences (2009 Short Film)
Antonio Dredd is an 26 year old pro athlete that sufferers a career ending injury. Antonio comes to terms with his injury but looses the support of his new wife Jasmine. Jasmine opts out for what she thinks are greener pastures but inherits drama to her life.
23. Gracie (2015 Short Film)
Gracie is an emotive 11 minute social drama, which follows the experience of an elderly dementia patient longing to return home to her native soil in Jamaica. And her Grandson's attempt to make this a reality. StarringvAngela Wynter, Rakie Ayola (Dredd, Now is Good), and Kate Dickie (BAFTA Winner- Red Road, Game of Thrones, Prometheus), Gracie is a powerful piece, which explores memory and belonging, using dementia not just as a topic, but also as a thematic lens through which an elderly lady's experience is explored.
24. Judge Dredd (1997 Video Game)
In the 22nd century, the Earth's population has concentrated into vast urban areas where crime runs rampant. The police, juries, and trials do not exist, there are only judges. Their only duty is to bring justice, and their only weapon is the Lawgiver, a gun that can fire armor-piercing, heat-seeking, and high explosive rounds. In this bleak future, Tech Judge Bean has escaped from prison and is out for revenge. The only person who can stop him is the man who put him away, Judge Dredd. Plug in a light gun and travel through 16 city levels battling Bean's army of androids as Dredd prepares the deliver the ultimate punishment, a death sentence. To make the task a little easier, power-ups like Rapid Fire are scattered throughout the levels. Play JUDGE DREDD and help him execute the law.
25. Drinking with Comics (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Issue 8 (2014)
This issue the crew welcome Robin Thorsen from the wildly popular web series The Guild and Tanya Bjork, creator of the comic book Havenhurst. Topics of discussion range from the guests' own work to Black Snow comics' Two Drink Minimum, Judge Dredd, Brubaker and Epting's Velvet, the new Big Trouble in Little China comic from John Carpenter, Eric Powell and BOOM. Studios as well as A LOT of off-topic stuff. Mike draws lines in the sand with Coldplay and Neil Gaiman and the guys really put the "Drinking" back into the title with some Golden Road Point the Way IPA.
25 titles.