2 items from 2015
WWE had a Beast in their back pocket as they brought Monday Night Raw to Boston, Ma. With the Live From Msg special complete, the build to Hell in a Cell began in earnest and several new matches were announced for the upcoming pay-per-view. It’s the Raw Report…
The show opened with a video package recapping the antics of Demon Kane on last week’s episode of Raw. We can’t be far away from a formal announcement that it will be Kane who challenges Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Hell in a Cell.
Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman arrived, accompanied by an enormous pop and fresh from destroying Big Show at Live From Msg, to open the show. Lesnar smiled as a “Suplex City” chant filled the arena. Heyman spoke of the successful beginning to Lesnar’s “Road to Hell Tour” and said that »
- Tom Beasley
Wild Tales, 2015.
Directed by Damián Szifron.
Six stories of revenge and losing your cool when everything is stacked up against you.
Anthology films have been reasonably well served recently, if not always in quality then at least in number. Argentinean production Wild Tales is thankfully one of the better ones, serving up six short stories that all involve everyday occurrences being blown out of proportion until somebody snaps, bringing in a revenge/retribution element to top things off.
The opening short, Pasternak, is the weakest of the bunch but is still a fun, Twilight Zone-esque tale that sees a pretty model taking a trip aboard a plane. She strikes up conversation with a fellow passenger and the chat reveals that the model’s ex-boyfriend once had a musical piece ridiculed by the music critic she is now talking to, »
- Gary Collinson
2 items from 2015
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