Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire – The Blu Review

A Marine unit stationed in the hostile province of Helmand Afghanistan wilderness faces a harrowing mission as they try to help a fugitive woman reach safety from the Taliban in Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire. Packed with intense action, thrills and the gritty reality of war, the all-new movie Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire is inspired by Jarhead, the highly praised feature film that follows a naïve young recruit and his platoon mates from the intensity of boot camp to being deployed to a lonely outpost in a surreal desert setting. Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire transports the action to the brutal battlefields and dusty villages of Afghanistan, where a band of Marines risk their lives to save a woman fleeing certain death at the hands of her Taliban pursuers.

Battle-scarred and disillusioned by the war, Corporal Chris Merriman (Josh Kelly) is put in charge of a unit whose next
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Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket Wants to Cut Off Your Junk

Here's the thing... Show us a killer with a penis and a set of nuts hanging off of his face, and you immediately have our attention. Think of it as the same kind of rubbernecking train-wreck curiosity. Ladies and gents... here's your first look at Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket!

Stephen Lange writes and directs. Ryan Higgins, Ryan Miller, Brenda Joyner, Kate Jaeger, Mike Christensen, Shawna Weber, Mandy Price, Sara Coates, Nick Edwards, Graham Downing, Shane Regan, David Rollison, Erin Stewart, and La Petit Morte star. Check out the trailer below.


Junkbucket follows a group of kids to Lake Pakajanomo for a weekend of sex, drinking, and drugs. Unfortunately, waiting for them in the woods is a bucket-headed monster who plans to kill all of them and take their junk (to make up for the fact that his were cut off by his momma as a boy). Not for the weak of parts,
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Mifff 2011 Final Lineup and Schedule Announced

The Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival (Mifff), a three day international showcase of genre films, is thrilled to announce its final lineup and schedule for its third annual event.

The festival is taking place September 16th-18th, 2011 in Seattle, Washington on the campus of Seattle Center. Siff Cinema at McCaw Hall will once again be the center of genre film mania in the Pacific Northwest for filmmakers and fans alike.

Mifff’s third year will debut 5 feature films and over 40 short films from 12 countries across the globe. Over 10 of the films will be North American Premiere’s while there’s 30 films that will be making either their Northwest or Seattle Premiere. Information about the films can be accessed at the Mifff website.

Several filmmakers will be in attendance.

Tickets are available in advance online. An entire festival pass can be purchased for $40. Single day passes for Saturday and Sunday are available at $25 per day.
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