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1. The Big Bang Theory (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Precious Fragmentation (2010)
Leonard, Sheldon, Howard and Raj jointly purchase a box, whose contents are unknown, for $60 at a garage sale. While sorting through it, they find that it contains primarily pop culture related items. They are happy with some of the contents, and less so with others. But when one of Howard's friends verifies the authenticity of one of the items, the guys think they've won the lottery when in their possession is the missing (stolen) one of only nine in total rings used in qv##nm0001392##'s The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Being a stolen item, the ring has no open market value, but they determine its black market value is in the range of $10,000 to $15,000. The four argue about to who among the four the ring rightly belongs, and thus who decides what to do with it. They agree to let Penny hold onto it until they decide. After an incident with Sheldon, Penny doesn't want to be the keeper of the ring anymore. Howard comes up with what all four agree is an amenable solution as to who gets to decide the ring's fate.
2. South Park (1997 TV Series)
Episode: The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers (2002)
Randy and Sharon realize too late that the box they have sent with the boys contains a porno rather than a copy of "The Lord Of The Rings." As the parents race to stop them in time, the boys realize the tape they have has a strange power over people.
3. Will & Grace (1998 TV Series)
Episode: Ice Cream Balls (2004)
Leo has a cabin in Vermont and his neighbor has called Grace to tell that the pipes have frozen and they need to be taken care of. Will is meeting a new, gay, client and can't go. Jack is going to see "The Boy from Oz", dying to see "Hugh Jackman ...and his huge ackman". So Grace has no choice but to take Karen with her. While they are on their way, Will meets the new client, who is a huge Lord of the Rings fan. After Jack has interrupted the meeting, the client declares, "I want him to be the lord of my ring"... In Vermont, Grace & Karen find something unexpected.
4. Hart of Dixie (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Where I Lead Me (2013)
Wade and Zoe accept to be best man and maid of honor when Tom an Wanda decide on a grand Lord of the Rings-Star wars costumed grand wedding. Zoe seems inept at keeping Wanda's bothersome lush mother Betsy Maynard out of harm and the bride's way, yet ends up reconciling them with stepmother Joyce. George is on a roll resembling ADHD after winning for the town legal injunction against the neighboring mayor and his even snootier lawyer rival Scooter McGreevey's plan to build a mall on the coast. George pierces Wade's gallant ride after broken down car battery story, leading to Zoe dumping Wade after he admits a drunk, meaningless night. Cricket drags listless Lemon to a Gypsy fortuneteller, who says she already met her true love, which seems to fit town nut Dale King, but she ultimately makes up in stead with AnnaBeth .
5. America's Next Top Model (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Hobbits vs. Models (2010)
Special guest judge and "Lord of the Rings" actress Sarah McLeod welcome the girls to the Hobbiton in New Zealand, where the girls do a quick five-frame photo shoot. During this week's photo shoot, Tyra goes behind the camera with the final five models.
6. Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (2017 Video Game)
The sequel to the critically acclaimed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Middle-earth: Shadow of War features an original story with the return of Talion and Celebrimbor, who must go behind enemy lines to forge an army and turn all of Mordor against the Dark Lord, Sauron. Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-earth: Shadow of War offers a richer, more personal and expansive world full of epic heroes and villains, iconic locations, original enemy types, even more personalities and a new cast of characters with untold stories. In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, players wield a new Ring of Power and confront the deadliest of enemies, including Sauron and his Nazgul, in a monumental battle for Middle-earth. The open-world action-adventure game is brought to life through the expansion of the award-winning Nemesis System. This robust personalization from the first game is now applied to the entire world where the environments and characters are all shaped by player actions and decisions, creating a personal world unique to every game play experience. Shadow of War expands on the Nemesis System with the introduction of Followers who bring about entirely new stories of loyalty, betrayal and revenge. The Nemesis System is also expanded to create a unique personal world through Nemesis Fortresses, which allows players to utilize different strategies to conquer dynamic strongholds and create personalized worlds with their unique Orc army.
The sequel to the critically acclaimed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Middle-earth: Shadow of War features an original story with the return of Talion and Celebrimbor, who must go behind enemy lines to forge an army and turn all of Mordor against the Dark Lord, Sauron.
7. Cooties (2014)
COOTIES is a horror comedy with unexpected laughs and unapologetic thrills. When a cafeteria food virus turns elementary school children into killer zombies, a group of misfit teachers must band together to escape the playground carnage. The film stars Elijah Wood (The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings), Rainn Wilson ("The Office"), and Alison Pill ("The Newsroom") as teachers who fight to survive the mayhem while hilariously bickering in an uncomfortable love triangle on the worst Monday of their lives.
8. Peaceful Warrior (2006)
qv##nm1825212##, currently studying at UC-Berkeley, is a world class gymnast specializing in the rings, hence his nickname "Lord of the Rings". He works hard, training seven days a week, fifty weeks out of the year. In the lead up to the Olympic trials in just over a year, he knows he could be the best in the world and win Olympic gold, but his constant overthinking especially having the constant fear that it will all be taken away, leads to inconsistency and self-doubt. With his innate skill in a sport he loves, a 4.0 GPA, and all the sex he wants, he knows he should be happy - he telling people that he is so - but if he were to look deep in his heart, he knows he isn't. One of the symptoms of his life is that he has insomnia. It is during one of his sleepless nights that he meets an older service station operator he sarcastically nicknames Socrates for his philosophical musings. Beyond Socrates' mumbo-jumbo, Dan cannot ignore what appears to be Socrates' almost other worldly physical feats, something of which Dan can only dream for himself. As such, Dan convinces Socrates to take him under his wing to teach him how to achieve such feats. At times, Socrates is a reluctant teacher as Dan is not grasping the meaning of what he is trying to convey. Similarly, Dan is sometimes a reluctant pupil not grasping how what Socrates tells him will help him achieve Olympic gold. Through the process, Dan does admit that some of what Socrates imbues in him leads to what Dan views as success. However, it isn't until what Dan strives for the most seems to be threatened in its entirety that he may fully understand Socrates' goal for him of true inner peace, which is at the heart of any warrior.
Dan Millman has it all: good grades, a shot at the Olympic team on the rings and girls lining up for the handsome Berkely college athlete all teams mates look up to with envy. Only one man shakes his confidence, an anonymous night gas station attendant, who like Socrates, keeps questioning every assumption in his life. Then a traffic crash shatters Dan's legs, and his bright future. Now Socrates's life coaching is to make or break Dan's revised ambition.
9. Ancient Aliens (2009 TV Series)
Episode: The Prototypes (2016)
Recent archaeological discoveries reveal a very different picture of what life on Earth looked like in the remote past. It was a real-life version of "Lord of the Rings," where humans shared the planet with various different types of intelligent human-like species, such as Neanderthals, Denisovans, and even hobbits. But how is it that these various hominid species developed separately in isolated pockets of the globe? And why does no fossil evidence exist suggesting a slow gradual delineation from a common species? Ancient Astronaut theorists suggest these different intelligent species seem to have come straight out of the incubator, and that Earth itself may have served as an extraterrestrial laboratory. A laboratory where different human prototypes once existed--but only one species was chosen to survive. Is mankind the result of an extraterrestrial experiment?
10. Dudes & Dragons (2015)
When the powerful wizard, Lord Tensley, is jilted by Princess Ennogard, he vows to rid the land of love. He commands his fire-breathing dragon to destroy any sign of affection seen throughout the kingdom. As the death toll rises, Camilan, a brave but arrogant warrior seeks to marry his true love despite the curse upon the land. In order to fulfill his destiny, he seeks the help of his estranged brother Ramicus, a bounty hunter with no desire to get involved. It takes an enchanted distress message and the promise of great reward from the beautiful Princess Ennogard, to lure Ramicus into the quest to defeat the wizard and his terrible beast. This Fantasy/Adventure Comedy is the 'Lord of the Rings' meets 'The Princess Bride'.
An evil wizard, Lord Tensley, seeks the hand and heart of the beautiful princess, Lady Ennogard. When she refuses, he locks her away and releases a deadly dragon, which he controls, to terrorize the land. He vows that, until she accepts his love, his dragon will destroy all who dare display any sign of love throughout the kingdom. Desperate to end the tyranny, she sends an enchanted dragonfly with a mission to find a true "Dragon Warrior" who is fit to release her from her captor and stop the destruction of the dragon. Meanwhile a young warrior, Camilan, braves the attacks of the Dragon and plans to marry his true love, the elf princess Larec. But his parents refuse to give their blessing, as marrying outside of their race would forfeit the family birthright. His only hope is to find a wife for his estranged older brother Ramicus, a rogue bounty hunter. But convincing the wild-hearted Ramicus to settle down and secure the family's inheritance seems a feat as impossible as any heroic quest. Camilan reunites with his brother with the hope that he will be able to soften his heart. His attempts are in vain until Lady Ennogard's dragonfly reaches their camp and relays her call of distress. Enamored by her beauty and lured by the promise of wealth, Ramicus agrees to take on the heroic task. So Ramicus and his Orc sidekick Shokdor, and Camilan and his loyal squire Samton, set off on a journey to rescue Lady Ennogard and put an end to the dragon and the evil reign of the powerful Lord Tensley.
11. The Return of the King (1980 TV Movie)
This film adapts the final book of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy where the Hobbits, Frodo and Samwise, struggle through the barren land of Mordor to destroy the Ruling Ring in Mount Doom. At the same time, Gandalf and the others wage a desperate battle against the forces of Sauron at Minas Tirith, but Sauron seems to have the upper hand while the source of his power, the Ring, slowly threatens to corrupt its bearers.
12. The Hillywood Show (2006 Mini-Series)
The Hillywood Show® is the brainchild of internet celebrities, comedy sister duo Hilly & Hannah Hindi. Each parody features song & dance parodies of blockbuster films such as The Lord Of The Rings, Harry Potter, and Twilight along with popular TV shows & celebrities such as Supernatural, Doctor Who, & Lady Gaga! Their incredible costumes & makeup would impress even the most seasoned Saturday Night Live cast member! With nearly 170,000,000 views The Hillywood Show® continues to grow! The Hillywood Show® has been recognized and approved by the CAST OF SUPERNATURAL, BBC AMERICA, THE CAST OF DOCTOR WHO, LADY GAGA, SEAN ASTIN, BILLY BOYD, CHRIS HARDWICK, PSY, IAN SOMERHALDER, NINA DOBREV, PAUL WESLEY, TERESA PALMER, THE CAST OF THE TWILIGHT SAGA, MTV, RYAN SEACREST and more!
13. Spaceballs: The Animated Series (2008 TV Series)
In this cartoon version of the wildly successful comedic film of the same name, 'Spaceballs: The Animated Series' hilariously spoofs popular movies and TV shows as only the warped genius mind of Mel Brooks can do. Taking place in the futuristic world of Planet Spaceball, and with all of the movie's original characters returning including President Skroob and Yogurt (both voiced by Brooks), the show will satirize such household names as 'The Lord of the Rings,' 'Spider Man,' 'The Terminator,' 'The Pirates of the Caribbean,' and 'American Idol,' parodying these mega-hits with light-hearted political and social satire as well as slapstick comedy.
14. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 12 March 2002 (2002)
Countess Albina Du Boisrouvray, Founder And President Of The Association Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Discusses The Orphans Of The Aids Epidemic. Then, An Interview With Director Peter Jackson And Actors Viggo Mortensen And Elijah Wood About The Second Installment In The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, The Two Towers.
15. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 6 February 2004 (2004)
An Interview With Peter Jackson, Director Of The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy. Jackson Discusses The Best Picture Nomination For The Third Film In The Cycle, Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King, His Work On The Trilogy As A Whole And His Plans For Future Projects. His Next Movie Is A Remake Of King Kong, A Film Which Influence Jackson Strongly When He Was A Child.
16. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 22 February 2002 (2002)
Director Peter Jackson Speaks About His Work On The Hugely Successful Film, The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring. Nominated For An Oscar For His Work On The Film, Jackson Talks About The Risks And Rewards Of Producing All Three Lord Of The Rings Movies Before The Release Of Even The First.
17. King of the Nerds (2013 TV Series)
Episode: And Now for Something Different (2015)
With $100,000 on the line and the right to be called King (or Queen), the Nerds let loose. Cosplay is back and even Nerdier (if that's possible). Cosplay-trix extraordinaire Yaya Han returns to judge with My Little Pony star Tara Strong. And Billy Boyd from The Lord of the Rings tosses one team into Mount Doom. Tears, jeers and too many beers in Nerdvana lead to alliances, talk about sex and a devilish Nerd Off with some Knights who say Ni! Hosted by Curtis Armstrong and Robert Carradine.
18. After You've Gone (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Lure of the Rings (2008)
When Alex becomes obsessed with the Lord of the Rings and dresses as a Hobbit,Diana persuades Jimmy to be a good father and accompany his son to a theatrical version of the book - dressed as Gandalf. Not only are they the only couple in costume but Jimmy has an embarrassing encounter with Siobhan's new boyfriend and,on arriving at the theatre,find they have neglected to bring the tickets. Diana meanwhile talks dirty to Molly to dissuade her from joining a group dedicated to celibacy before marriage.
19. Rise of the Fellowship (2013)
Randall Dooley is a geek. His three best friends are geeks too. He works in a game shop, he spends all his free time playing online games, his older brother bullies him unmercifully, his widowed mom doesn't understand him, and he's hopelessly in love with the prettiest cheerleader in high school. In short, he's a loser. All of that changes when he hears of the Lord of the Rings gaming competition in Orlando, Florida. Finally! Meaning in life! The FellowsHip is a buddy-comedy written in honor of online gamers and The Lord of the Rings. Full of Tolkien-references and good-hearted parody, The FellowsHip will appeal to Tolkien-fans and gamers alike, as well as anyone who's never been part of the in-crowd.
20. Clash of the Gods (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Tolkien's Monsters (2009)
Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" stories are the greatest myth of the modern age. A tale of warriors, sorcerers and monsters and at the heart of tale, a quest to destroy the One Ring. Discover the ancient and modern influences which combine to create the greatest mythical adventure since Homer's "Odyssey".
21. Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan (2012 TV Series)
Episode: New Zealand: The Giant Wetapunga (2014)
Dominic is in New Zealand on a mission to find one of the largest and heaviest insects on earth, the very rare and very cool giant wetapunga - the largest species of Wetas, found only in New Zealand. In a Wild Things twist, Dominic will be accompanied by his best friend and fellow hobbit, Billy Boyd. He and and Billy have not been in New Zealand together since they acted in The Lord of the Rings Trilogies. Together, Dom and Billy meet the incredible creatures endemic to the island and have a bit of fun in Hobbiton.
22. Many Beautiful Things (2015 Documentary)
From Executive Producer Hisao Kurosawa, (Dreams, Ran), comes the untold story of one of the world's greatest women artists and why her name was nearly lost to history. Many Beautiful Things plunges viewers into the complex age of Victorian England to meet Lilias Trotter, a daring young woman who defied all norms by winning the favor of England's top art critic, John Ruskin. In an era when women were thought incapable of producing high art, Ruskin promised that her work could be "immortal." But with her legacy on the line, Lilias made a stunning decision that bids us to question the limits of sacrifice. As Lilias journeys to French Algeria in the late 1800's to pioneer work with women and children, viewers are left to wonder, "Could you abandon a dream to pursue your true calling?" Featuring the voices of Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) and John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones).
23. Hobitit (1993 Mini-Series)
Bilbo Baggins finds a ring from the cave of a creature called Gollum. It passes on to his nephew Frodo, and when the wizard Gandalf finds out that it is the One Ring which the Dark Lord Sauron wants, Frodo leaves on a dangerous journey to destroy the Ring in the Cracks of Doom.
J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings told from the perspective of the hobbits. The series follows the ring's journey from Gollum to Bilbo and from Bilbo to Frodo. It concentrates on Frodo's and Sam's journey to Mordor, only mentioning the events in Gondor and Rohan.
24. Celebrity Style Story (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Cate Blanchett (2015)
From the minute she exploded onto the Hollywood scene with her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in 1998, Cate Blanchett has been the crown jewel of Hollywood fashion royalty. A dedicated wife and mother and a commanding actress, Cate made waves starring as Hollywood starlet Katherine Hepburn in "The Aviator", Bob Dylan in "I'm Not There" and the immortal elf queen in the "Lord of the Rings" series. While she's made some very mortal fashion mistakes over the years, there's more rad than bad in her wardrobe. Over the years, she's teamed up with fashion heavyweights like John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. The ultimate expression of her sophisticated style culminated in her 2014 Armani Oscar gown - the most expensive dress ever worn! From Aussie ingénue to red carpet royalty, Cate Blanchett has a modern chicness hidden underneath the period costumes that have made her famous.
25. VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans (2005 Video)
Larry the Cucumber discovers his gift for riding the unicycle, and decides it's time for him to be rich and famous. Bob replies with a story about how to use your gifts. Based on "Lord of the Rings" about a young Flobbit named Toto Babbypants, played by Junior Asparagus, who received a magic bean from his uncle that could create anything he wanted. Unsure of how to use it, he teamed up with the wizard Randolf, the ranger Ear-A-Corn, the elf Leg-O-Lamb, and the lovable dwarf, Grumpy. Pursued by the dark lord Scaryman, who wants to bean to feed and cloth his evil half-spoon, half-fork army, Toto must find the Elders of the Forest and then the Land of Woe to find out how God wants him to use his gift.
26. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #30.15 (2003)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), and the DVD release of Master of the Rings: The Unauthorized Story Behind J.R.R. Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings' (2001) (V), the VHS/DVD compilation of "X-Men" (1992) episodes 3.1, 3.2, and 4.13 entitled X-Men: The Legend of Wolverine, the VHS/DVD compilation of "The Incredible Hulk" (1996) episodes 1.1-1.4 entitled Hulken - Uhyret vender tilbage, the DVD compilation of 3 episodes from "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" (1995) entitled Hercules & Xena. Also the video games FIFA 2004 (Playstation 2), The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (GameCube, Playstation 2, Xbox & Game Boy Advance), Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (Playstation 2), and Extreme Skate Adventure (Xbox).
27. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #28.16 (2002)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), the DVD Special Edition of Shrek (2001), the DVD releases of Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (2001) (V), Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002) (V), and the DVD compilation of "Countdown to Christmas" (2002) entitled Mens vi venter på jul. Also the books Tolkiens eventyrlige univers: Ringenes herre (by David Colbert), Narnia fortællingerne (all 7 Narnia books by C.S. Lewis), and the comic books Duksedrengen 1 (by Hans Christian Vang, Juan Ferreyra & Steffan Weber), Knold og Tot - Julen 2002 (by Harold Knerr), and Anders And & Co.: Carl Barks' jul (by Carl Barks). Also the video games Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Playstation 2), Age of Mythology (PC), Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Spearhead (PC), and Combat Flight Simulator 3 (PC).
28. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #28.11 (2002)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the DVD releases of the Extended Edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), and Metoroporisu (2001), and the VHS/DVD release of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002). Also the books Khi-ritualet (by Bjarne Dalsgaard Svendsen), Landsforeningen af hæslige hunde (by Tove Nielsen), Eddie Dickens trilogien 1: Rejsen mod den grumme ende (by Philip Ardagh), Masterplanen (by Rune Homan), En historie fra Kanten 3: Midnat over Sanctaphrax (by Paul Stewart & Chris Riddell), and Mystras tjener 1, Forgotten Realms: Troldmand uden magi (by Ed Greenwood). Also the video games The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Playstation 2), The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (PC), and Onimusha 2 (Playstation 2).
29. 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).
30. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #37.8 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the Special Edition DVD release of Peter Pan (2003). Also the books Tordenpulveret (by Ida-Marie Rendtorff), Stormtyv (by Chris Wooding), Rottekøbing-krøniken: Monstrene kommer! 1 & 2 (by Alan Snow). Also, a look at online video games as a phenomenon, such as World of Warcraft, the Star Wars: Galaxies series and EverQuest II, plus reviews of new online games: World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach, The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar, and Barda (based on Danmarks Radio's tv-series).
31. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #25.9 (2001)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the VHS/DVD releases of U-571 (2000) and Taxi 2 (2000), and the VHS release of Hundhotellet (2000). Also the books Bellandras sværd (by Victoria Hanley), Det fortryllede træ (by Enid Blyton), En historie fra kanten 1: Hvad Dysterskoven gemte (by Paul Stewart & Chris Riddell), and En lang rejse (by Lars-Henrik Olsen). Also the video games Colin McRae Rally 2.0 (PC), Insane (PC), Mercedes Benz Truck Racing (PC), Screamer 4x4 (PC), and The Settlers IV aka Die Siedler IV (PC). Also a sneak preview of the upcoming The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001).
32. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #32.13 (2004)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews The Polar Express (2004), the DVD release of Season 1 of "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" (1979), and the VHS/DVD release of Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui (2004) (V). Also the comic books Neon Genesis - Evangelion (by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto & Gainax), Tokyo Mew Mew (by Mia Ikumi & Reiko Yoshida), AVP: Alien vs. Predator (by Roger Robinson & Mike Kennedy), and the video games Halo 2 (Xbox), X-Men Legends (Xbox, GameCube & Playstation 2), and The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age (Xbox, GameCube & Playstation 2).
33. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #30.1 (2003)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003), Hulk (2003), and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), the DVD releases of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), and Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), and a DVD compilation of "The Incredible Hulk" (1978) entitled The Incredible Hulk #1: Sådan begyndte legenden. Also the books Spøgelseslinien 1: Sagen om de japanske dræbergardiner (by Dennis Jürgensen), Harry Potter og Fønixordenen (by J. K. Rowling), Den mystiske sag om hunden i natten (by Mark Haddon), Artemis Fowl 3: Evighedskoden (by Eoin Colfer), and the video game Zeruda no densetsu: Kaze no takuto/The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Wake (GameCube).
34. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #30.16 (2003)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Freaky Friday (2003), the DVD releases of Christmas Vacation (1989), Life of Brian (1979), The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), The Santa Clause (1994), the VHS/DVD releases of Winter Wonderland (1947), Eight Crazy Nights (2002), and The Santa Clause 2 (2002). Also the video games Jak II (Playstation 2), The Hobbit (PC), The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Ring (PC), Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PC), Uden at prale - Det er Harry (PC), and Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando (Playstation 2).
35. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #41.3 (2009)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) and the DVD release of Futurama: Bender's Game (2008) (V). Also the video games Lord of the Rings: Conquest (PC & PlayStation 3) and The Rise of the Argonauts (PC, PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360). Also a look at the upcoming DM i FIFA 09 for ungdomsklubber (Danish Football Championship For Youth Clubs) with tips from former champion player Jonas Salomonsen.
36. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #32.15 (2004)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Garfield (2004) and Shark Tale (2004), the DVD release of Blueberry (2004), and the DVD release of the Extended Edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003). Also the books Magi & sværd: Sådan spiller du rollespil (by Merlin P. Mann, Jesper Ejsing & Jan Kjær), Tyvenes herre (by Cornelia Funke), Løvedrengen 2: Jagten (by Zizou Corder), Point Blanc (by Anthony Horowitz), and the video games Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Playstation 2), Underground 2 (Xbox, GameCube & Playstation 2), and Crash Twinsanity (Playstation 2 & Xbox).
37. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #36.1 (2006)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Cars (2006) and the DVD release of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (2005). Also the manga comic Hellsing (by Kouta Hirano), and the video games The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II (Xbox 360) and Cars (multiple platforms).
38. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #37.10 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews El laberinto del fauno (2006)/Pan's Labyrinth and the DVD release of Huo Yuan Jia (2006)/Fearless. Portrait of the infamous Shaw brothers from Hong Kong, Run Run Shaw & Run Me Shaw with reviews of Shao Lin san shi liu fang (1978)/Master Killer, the first of many upcoming Danish DVD releases of their films. Also the video games Excite Truck (Wii) and God Hand (Playstation 2), and a look at cheap video games such as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Soulcalibur II, Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, The Sims 2, Underground 2, FIFA Soccer 2005 and NBA Jam 2004.
39. Hotaru no hikari (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Chû wa totsuzen yatte kuru! (2010)
It is not quite The Lord Of The Rings, but a boss leaves, a ring is lost, a boss returns and a ring is found. Hotaru is alone and ashamed and recruits Konatsu for help. She and co-workers take a fishing trip. She does not accept an overture, but does receive her first kiss later.
40. Sidewalks Entertainment (1994 TV Series)
Episode: Viggo Mortensen (2016)
SIDEWALKS host Veronica Castro interviews actor Viggo Mortensen ("The Lord of the Rings") about his film, "Captain Fantastic." Plus, music by SayWeCanFly ("When I Come Home") and Lindsay Broughton ("Take Me There"). Co-Host: Richard R. Lee.
41. Frazetta: Painting with Fire (2003 Documentary)
For over 50 years, Frank Frazetta dominated the art world with his images of fierce warriors, helpless princesses, and fantastical creatures set in the most lavish landscapes. His impact upon the worlds of fantasy art and film was unparalleled, and it can be seen to this day in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. Amazingly, he managed to do this while nearly dying because of an undiagnosed thyroid condition. Even more astonishing was his ability to survive six strokes, which forced him to switch from drawing with his right hand to drawing with his left hand. The film documents the life and work of this legendary fantasy artist while exploring the universal theme of inspiration. Visual effects are used in a very unique way to bring his paintings to life. And when you combine this technique with an outstanding original score, it makes for a very original documentary. Bo Derek, Ralph Bakshi, John Milius, Glenn Danzig, and Forrest Ackerman are just a few of the people who appear in this movie.
42. The Making of 'The Lord of the Rings' (2002 Documentary)
This documentary treats movie, special effect and fantasy fans to a behnd-the-scenes look at the making of The Lord of the Rings, Peter Jackson's blockbuster three-film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic work of fiction about the battle to save Middle Earth from the power of Sauron, and the quest that must be undertaken by a single small hobbit. Includes interviews with director Jackson, stars Ian McKellen and Elijah Wood, and the rest of the cast and crew who share some of the experiences they had in making the film, as well as discuss the massive effort that went into making the myths and monsters of Middle Earth a reality.
43. Prisoners of Gravity (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Tolkien (1993)
The continuing influence of J.R.R. Tolkien and his trilogy, The Lord Of The Rings, is celebrated this week as Commander Rick checks in with comic book creators Mike Ploog (artist, Weirdworld), Walt Simonson (writer/artist, Thor) and Charles Vess (artist, Books Of Magic - issue 3). On the speculative fiction side of things Rick chats with Guy Gavriel Kay, who, along with Tolkien's son Christopher, completed Tolkien's last manuscript, The Silmarillion, Diana L. Paxson (The Wolf and the Raven), Sean Stewart (Nobody's Son), Martin H. Greenberg, editor of the Tolkien tribute anthology, After The King, plus After The King contributors Charles de Lint ("The Conjure Man") and Terry Pratchett ("Troll Bridge").As well, writers Suzy McKee Charnas (The Kingdom of Kevin Malone), Carole Nelson Douglas (Counter-Probe), and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (Better In The Dark) point out that The Lord Of The Rings is far from perfect. Tolkien, warts and all, this week.
44. Stormbreaker (????)
Since the dawn of time, Destroyer has battled Creator for the control of the seven dimensions. One by one, Destroyer has tipped the scale of good toward evil and assimilated each dimension into a device of power called the Heartstone, creating a dimension in his own image. Our dimension is the last free world, and it is the battleground for the greatest war the world has ever known. Mackenzie Wrighton is a 20 year old college student who has always been a dreamer. Feeling stuck in life and confused about the future, he is amazed as he begins to uncover the hidden war around him. As his world begins to change, Mackenzie discovers a secret buried deep within him. He is the chosen one...destined to face Destroyer. He is a Stormbreaker. Blessed with supernatural powers and weapons, Mackenzie must unite Creator's warriors against Destroyer's fiends before the scale tips and our dimension is pulled into the Heartstone. Along his quest, Mackenzie finds love, loss, adventure, and betrayal along with a secret that will shake the very foundation of creation itself. Described as The Matrix meets Constantine and the Lord of the Rings, Stormbreaker is a modern fantasy brimming with originality. Warriors battle on the streets of New York City in slowed time against creatures of darkness. Sword fights flash across the rooftops of the skyscrapers. From the streets of the city to the underwater grottos of prophecy, Stormbreaker will take you on an action packed thrill ride of imagination and magic, and leave you breathless.
45. GamerZ (2005)
A love triangle with a twist of fantasy! The hero is Ralph, a young nerd from a bad neighborhood who's on his way to university for the first time. Ralph is completely downtrodden in life, but he escapes from a cruel reality that he can't control by creating insanely detailed fantasy game worlds (as in fantasy games such as "Dungeons and Dragons" or "Tunnels and Trolls"), in which he is firmly in charge, as "Game Keeper". When Ralph arrives at university he immediately takes over the fantasy role-playing society from the resident Game Keeper in a ruthless coup. His new players include neurotic risk management student Davy, metal-head theology student Hank and - most importantly - the beautiful Marlyn, a crazy Goth chick who believes she is an elf. She's the ultimate object of geek lust, and Ralph falls for her hard. But there's a fly in the ointment: Ralph's old enemy from the hood, minor dope dealer Lennie who has undergone a near-religious conversion to all things fantastical having watched a LORD OF THE RINGS triple bill while on acid. Now he's desperate to take part in Ralph's game. Under pain of violence Ralph agrees to let him play, but soon regrets it when he notices a spark between Lennie and Marlyn. The seeds of a bitter love triangle are sown, and the story soon snowballs towards an inexorable apocalyptic explosion of freakish, geekish angst!
46. A Simple Walk Into Mordor (2012 Video)
To celebrate the release of The Hobbit, two Lord of the Rings super-fans, Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais, attempt to walk over 120 miles across New Zealand from the filming location of Hobbiton to the real life Mount Doom in only six days.
47. Nightscape: Dark Reign of Thanatos (2012)
Nightscape: Dark Reign of Thanatos In Nightscape: Dark Reign of Thanatos, the ultimate struggle between man and the Gods takes place. Upon creating the earth the great god Zelos grew weary and so forged in his image two sons to uphold his kingdom and ensure its longevity, Aevum and Thanatos. As time progressed, so did the intentions of the two sons. The second, Thanatos poisoned himself against the will of his brother and turned to blackness and evil for answers. From this new hatred, the darkness bore a final battle to end the rule of either son- for their father lay dormant, undisturbed and unaware of his failing hopes. Years later, Thanatos threatens the very existence of our world, but something is still preventing him from total domination as the future of all humanity lies in the balance. SIMILAR TITLES - Clash of the Titans, Lord of the Rings, Farscape "An epic indie film like no other, truly visionary" - Flatlands "Lord of the Rings in the modern era" - Mindscape
48. Wittekerke (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #15.58 (2008)
Jens tells colleague and lover Evy he wants her, but can't bring himself ti burst bride Kyra's bubble, only during the preparation for her 'Lord of the Ring's theme wedding does he switch brides, Kyra moves out- only to hear Evy secretly saw another, Dr. Chris who is coming to Wittekerke hospital. Jasper keeps closing in on Alexandra and Karen's fatal 'accidents'. After Bert tells Britt who wants to abandon their plan and marry Lotte for the Derdeyn fortune, she drugs him and traitorously denounces him to Jasper... Max feels beleaguered by Jasper, the precinct tension and especially seropositive Elke's absurd taunting, wining he no longer confides into her and even blaming him for her own infidelity.
49. Ringers: Lord of the Fans (2005 Documentary)
Explores how "The Lord of the Rings" has influenced Western popular culture for the past 50 years. RINGERS explores the real foundations of Middle-earth; a community of true fans who share a common bond. Moving beyond "cult classic" and over several different generations, the film unearths countless people gathered under the banner of 'Ringer' -- academics, musicians, movie stars, authors, filmmakers, and a plethora of pop junkies. Celebrity interviewees include Peter Jackson, Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Clive Barker, and David Carradine. RINGERS features a dynamic rock-driven score with musicians who were influenced by J.R.R. Tolkien. Several indie recording artists have provided new covers of songs from previous "Rings" adaptations. Produced in association with the popular fan-site TheOneRing.net, RINGERS stands as the most comprehensive film document of the ongoing fandom of "The Lord of the Rings." Narrated by Dominic Monaghan, RINGERS traverses the hippie counter-culture and electronic age. From the Bakshi animated film to Jackson's epic trilogy; this documentary brings together extensive footage collected over 21 months -- across three continents. Our cameras have captured the most energetic "Lord of the Rings" events. What began as the private amusement of a tweedy Oxford professor has now become a new mythology for the 21st century. RINGERS: LORD OF THE FANS shows how an adventure story published in 1954 has had dynamic ripple-effects through Western pop-culture. RINGERS carefully pulls away the veil between Tolkien's book and the creations of art, music, and community that have been inspired by it.
50. Laura McKenzie's Traveler (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Auckland (2006)
Auckland is New Zealand's largest city. Laura takes an hour's drive south of Auckland to a working sheep farm on the beautiful New Zealand countryside. A few miles down the road Laura spies a familiar sight - Hobbiton, the set from the Lord of the Rings movies!
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