Tag Archive for 'Ulrich Thomsen'

Banshee: The Complete Fourth Season (Blu-ray Review)

Fourth and final season of Cinemax’s gritty action series, as Lucas Hood (Antony Starr) returns to Banshee without his badge, but with a new motivation: to hunt for a vicious serial killer and track down a long-lost ally. Season 4 begins two years after Lucas and Carrie (Ivana Milicevic) orchestrated a multimillion-dollar heist that went […]


Banshee: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

From executive producer Alan Ball, creator of True Blood, this Cinemax action drama charts the continuing twists and turns that follow Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-convict who improbably assumes the identity of sheriff of the rural, Amish-area town of Banshee, where his former lover and partner-in-crime (Ivana Milicevic) lives under her own alias, Carrie […]


Banshee: The Complete Second Season on Blu-ray & DVD December 30th!

Calling all “Fanshees”! Season 2 of the action-packed, high octane hit Cinemax® series Banshee is set to close out the year with a bang when Banshee: The Complete Second Season debuts on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on December 30, 2014. The Blu-ray set also features a Digital HD copy. From executive producer Alan Ball, creator of the hit […]


‘The Thing’ From Another Decade…Was Much Better

A pointless retread, cleverly disguised as a prequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 horror classic.  Sure it is set before the events of the previous ‘Thing’, but this film so wishes to be just like its predecessor, it’s just too bad no one wanted to concentrate on a decent script or finding what it takes to […]


The Thing (Movie Review)

Let’s face it; every movie idea has been done. So what does that leave? Remakes….and prequels. Case in point: The Thing (Strike Entertainment). While it leads one to believe it’s a remake, it in actuality is a prequel to the John Carpenter film of the same name.  We all know that John Carpenter’s The Thing […]


I Would Be Proud To Stand By This ‘Centurion’

My love for writers/directors Robert Rodriguez and Christopher Nolan is not a secret around here, but one man that often gets overlooked, because of his UK presence in my opinion, is Neil Marshall.  He put out a pair of my favorite films in the past five years, Descent and Doomsday.  Now I did not mean […]