3 items from 2011
Tna Impact Wrestling. 15th December 2012
Back from a short hiatus with this Impact recap and Tonight Sting has given us a World Heavyweight Title Rematch to open the show!
Tna World Title Match
Aj Styles vs. Robert Roode (Champion)
Is it just me or does everyone’s entrance in Tna start with that tilted camera long shot? Here’s our five minutes on the clock and Roode immediately tries to run down the clock by getting out of there. Styles follows him out and rolls him back in, covering him with a cross body. Hard whips and a back body drop. This match is One fall, not Iron Man like at the PPV. They exchange side headlocks and kick outs. Aj Rolls him up for two. We’re at three minutes left and Roode wants a time out. Ref for some reason holds Aj back, »
- Patrick Farren
By Zachary Swickey
Great news, cultural anthropologists: The 2011 Gathering of the Juggalos is just around the corner, and this year, it looks like it's going to be bigger (and slightly more terrifying) than ever!
Or at least that's what we're gathering from the epic infomercial the Insane Clown Posse just unveiled for this year's Gathering, a "Star-Wars" themed mini-movie that features "Hatchet Happenings" correspondents Sweet Sugar Slam, DJ Clay and, uh, Vanilla Ice wearing alien makeup and shouting a lot (and, it should be noted, when he's screaming lines like "We talkin' about good times and hard rhymes, motherf----!" Ice's commitment to the role approaches Daniel Day-Lewis levels of intensity), not to mention the lineup itself, which, no lie, is actually pretty amazing.
Sure, there's the usual assortment of creatively-named Psychopathic Records acts on the bill (Twiztid, Boondox, Blaze Ya Dead Homie) and a weekend-capping performance from Icp themselves, but »
- MTV News
The Directors Guild of America has been celebrating their 75th anniversary with a series of panels and events at the DGA Theater on West 57th Street called 'Game Changers.' Last Thursday, they presented a fascinating master class on documentary filmmaking, with doc A-listers sharing clips from their filmographies and engaging in two terrific panel discussions. First up, DGA President Michael Apted - himself an acclaimed documentarian, with the seven films (to date) in his 7 Up series complementing his narrative film career - welcomed the audience, celebrating the documentary films that 'inform, illuminate, and influence' audiences. Director Marc Levin (Slam) introduced the first panel with a clip reel, highlighting films from filmmakers whose work might be categorized as observational documentary - 'directors [who are] defenders of the very idea of creative rights and visions' in this era where such visions can be stifled. The very entertaining and thought-provoking clip reel included the »
3 items from 2011
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