The mid-1980s and early 1990s were a big time for the film industry in Dallas, TX. I would say it was the most prosperous in the city’s history. The Studios at Las Colinas were booming with business from movie productions like Silkwood, Talk Radio, and more.
Though it took a while to get cooking, the latest season of the Showtime hit series "Dexter" is totally reaching a very intense boiling point, delivering some of the best TV on the air right now. Are you hungry for more?
At the end of last night's episode of "Dexter", the relationship between Dexter and Lumen took a turn that most of us saw coming but still weren't quite ready for. And with just two episodes remaining in Season Five, we suspect a lot of things will be happening soon that the parties involved with aren't ready for either. With that said, here's a look at Episode 11, "Hop a Freighter".
With just three episodes remaining in Season Six of "Dexter", things aren't looking so good for motivational speaker Jordan Chase, but then again, there's that pesky Stan Liddy snooping around Dexter and Lumen, which surely can't end well for any of them. Maybe these two clips from Episode 10, "In the Beginning", will shed a little light on things.
As we close in on the September 26th Season Five premiere of Showtime's popular "Dexter", expect some more news about the show such as the recent addition of Chris Vance as a recurring character.
There are very few, very few, films in this world that I love more than Paul Verhoeven's 1987 masterpiece, RoboCop. It's a near-perfect mixture of hilarious satire, unabashedly brutal violence and with underlying story of humanity to give it some heart. Very few films are this good. Period. And that's why I'm excited about this news.
Now we know Dexter Morgan is quite elusive, but damn it, did we have to get Robocop after him? Just think of the showdown possibilities! My money is on Batista jumping in to save Dex. What? Oh, Weller is joining but not as Robocop? That's not nearly as much fun!
I reported on Prey back in October when it was just one of many movies being offered up at the then upcoming American Film Market. Now Fangoria has the first look at the film's DVD art and confirmed a January 30th release via The Weinstein Company's Genius Entertainment.
Last we saw of Peter Weller he was getting killed by Kiefer Sutherland on the season finale of "24". Now the former Robocop-Buckaroo Banzai has bigger problems than Jack Bauer: a pack of hungry lions that want to eat his family.