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Casper Van Dien - San Diego Comic Con 2013 - Preview Day - San Diego, California, United States - Wednesday 17th July 2013

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The Pact Trailer


The debut feature from Nicholas McCarthy, The Pact is an unrelenting, paranormal fright fest revolving around the supernatural goings on at the childhood home of Annie Barlow. Annie is a woman who is struggling to come to terms with her past in the wake of her mother's death and must return to her childhood home, a dark place she'd rather forget.

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Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival Friday 20th January 2012 Celebrities attending the 2011 Sundance Film Festival - Day 2

Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival
Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival

Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival Thursday 19th January 2012 Celebrities arrive at Salt Lake City International Airport for The Sundance Film Festival 2012

Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival
Casper Van Dien and Sundance Film Festival

Casper Van Dien - Casper Van Dien and his children Los Angeles, California - The 1st Annual Ball Up Celebrity Streetball Game at Cal State Northridge's Matadome Stadium Sunday 1st May 2011

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Catherine Oxenberg and Casper Van Dien - Catherine Oxenberg & Casper Van Dien Thursday 20th August 2009 at LA Live Los Angeles, CA

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Catherine Oxenberg

Starship Troopers Review


Very Good
Move over, John Waters. There's a new king of schlock in town, and he's got a much bigger budget.

The recent video release of last year's Starship Troopers reveals a master at work, comfortably at home in his truest of elements: cheesy action films. Paul Verhoeven is the master in question, the director of such fare as RoboCop and Basic Instinct--his last really successful film, in 1992. With a $95 million budget, Troopers eventually grossed a little over half that domestically, but it has done well enough overseas to ensure that, like Schwarzenegger in Verhoeven's Total Recall, he'll be back.

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The Omega Code Review


Weak
A prophetic code hidden within the Torah. A sinister plot sealed until the end of the Age. Two men caught up in an ancient supernatural struggle to determine the fate of the next millennium.

Hey it sounds like a pretty cool concept for a film, right? I mean, it's the classic good-versus-evil scenario mixed in with the whole "end of the millennium" hype. It sounded like a good excuse to check it out.

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Sleepy Hollow Review


Good
I'll be the first to admit I don't really remember the details of Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. But what I do remember, well, it didn't go like this.

In typical Tim Burton fashion, a fairy tale gets an update (and the film's color gets drained out in the process). The guts of Legend are still there: In 1799, evil headless horseman marauds a tiny village in upstate New York. Ichabod Crane (Depp) is sent to investigate.

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Sleepy Hollow Review


OK

Who better to revamp Washington Irving's classic spook tale of the Headless Horseman than Tim Burton, the modern maestro of movie macabre?

A little tweaking here (a conspiracy plot), a little re-writing there (Ichabod Crane is now a nervous police detective instead of a nervous school teacher) and -- ta-da! -- it's "Sleepy Hollow," a sumptuously stylized, oddly traditional, darkly comical, and unmistakably Burton-esque take on this uniquely American fairy tale.

Taking place in 1799, this inventive reinterpretation of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" -- written by "Fight Club" scripter Andrew Kevin Walker and polished by "Shakespeare In Love" scribe Tom Stoppard -- features Johnny Depp as Ichabod Crane, an ungainly, outcast, New York City constable come to the upstate hamlet of Sleepy Hollow to investigate a spate of beheadings that local legend has pinned on the noggin-less ghost of mad a Revolutionary War mercenary.

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The Pact Trailer

The Pact Trailer

The debut feature from Nicholas McCarthy, The Pact is an unrelenting, paranormal fright fest revolving...

The Omega Code Movie Review

The Omega Code Movie Review

A prophetic code hidden within the Torah. A sinister plot sealed until the end of...

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

I'll be the first to admit I don't really remember the details of Washington Irving's...

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

Who better to revamp Washington Irving's classic spook tale of the Headless Horseman than Tim...

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