That's not a bad thing. Honestly. In many cases they are able to bring fantastic slices of horror cinema to the U.S. My friend Yam Laranas' brilliant Fillipino horror film (F-horror or P-horror?) The Echo has been well received in the U.S. and is poised for a big remake. Yet with every trend, good product runs out and the crud rolls in. We're subjected to slap-dash productions that weren't even popular in their home countries. They seem to sprout up like noxious mushrooms on the shelves of Tower Records and Best Buy.
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Malice@Doll is the story of a robot prostitute who finds herself lost in a post-human world and in need of repairs. After being groped by security robots and repaired, Malice inexplicably becomes a human (or approximately so) through a force of will as she tangles with the usual tentacle-beasts and renegade androids. Or is it all a dream of an old and busted robo-whore?
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Jackson Millarker will star in episode ‘A Stereotypical Day’ set to air in the US on Wednesday evening.
The cast had teased something big was coming and all was revealed on Monday night.
The rapper teams up with Apple Music on his latest project.