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The “Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels is still flying high in Ring of Honor, producing a high quality body of work. The ring general not only signed a new deal with the company, but has also added a new entry to his already impressive resume. Daniels, 45, was cast in the Waterworld: A Live Sea War Spectacular at Universal Studios Hollywood. The consummate entertainer portrays Dennis Hopper’s villainous character, Deacon, in the stunt show, based off of the 1995 Kevin Costner action movie, Waterworld. Before he even started wrestling, Daniels always had a passion for acting. This is his chance to expand into another … Continue reading →
- Scott Fishman
In this premiere episode of CriterionCast Chronicles, Ryan is joined by Aaron West, David Blakeslee and Scott Nye to discuss the Criterion Collection releases for February 2016.
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- Ryan Gallagher
Spoiler alert: This recap contains plot details for the first episode of “The X-Files.”
Containing virtually none of the wit, tension or style that made the original series so special, Sunday’s premiere of “The X-Files” reboot opens with a three-minute-long monologue (the first of several scattered throughout this talky hour) that reintroduces the show’s basic premise.
Accompanying David Duchovny’s groggy voice-over are images of memorable mutants from the past, including the hideous flukeman, an inbred Peacock brother, the diabolical Eugene Tooms and the brain-sucking Rob Roberts.
From there, we see found-footage of flying saucers and alien autopsies, prehistoric cave paintings, Biblical drawings and vintage clips of President Gerald Ford, all while former agent Fox Mulder drones on about Roswell and various other UFO sightings.
“But we must ask ourselves,” he intones sleepily, “are they really a hoax?”
Despite this less-than-gripping prologue, it’s nice to see the »
- Matthew Chernov
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