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Review Matthew Giordano 21 Nov 2013 - 07:22
Sons Of Anarchy's current season is reaching its conclusion, and delivers a brilliant episode as it does. Major spoilers ahead...
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6.11 Aon Rud Pearsanta
"The king is dead, the light goes on. You'll lose your head when the deal goes down," prophetic words indeed from the theme song to Sons of Anarchy as after almost six full seasons, Clay Morrow finally met Mr. Mayhem. This is why making predictions about Sons of Anarchy is a useless endeavour. I was pretty bold in my statement last week in which I all but assured everybody that Clay was going to make it to the next season or at least the end of this one. Naturally, I was completely wrong and in a fitting end to the Clay Morrow saga he finally went down. I suppose Clay was living on borrowed time for »
Home cinema systems have become increasingly popular with families as they provide a great place to enjoy films together in the comfort of their own homes, as well as a way to entertain friends. With the proper planning, home cinemas can actually provide a viewing experience that's right up there with that of your local cinema. You need an expert The process of designing and installing this sort of dedicated home entertainment system will require the help of experts who have the appropriate level of systems and applications knowledge, in addition to installation skills and project management. To find someone to help, get in touch with the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (Cedia for short).
Both the size and shape of the room in which you plan to install your home cinema will have a definite effect on sound quality. This is why planning a room from »
- CineVue UK
Written by James Nguyen
Directed by James Nguyen
You have to respect an artist with a vision. Sometimes they make Dances With Wolves or The Passion of the Christ and are rewarded critically and commercially for their risky works of passion. Other times you get James Nguyen’s notorious 2008 film Birdemic. The film is an homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds and Al Gore’s Oscar winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth. Shot largely on weekends and funded completely by Nguyen’s day job as a software salesman in Silicon Valley, the film is actually quite magical for bad movie fans due to the tonal shift midway through. It’s kind of like two awesomely bad movies for the price of one!
- Matthew Younker
3 items from 2013
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