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Danielle Harris Midsummer Lingerie Carnival

Danielle Harris - "Scream Queen"Danielle Harris Unveils Sexy New Look At Midsummer Lingerie Carnival At Palms Pool Inside Palms Resort Casino In Las Vegas, NV on 8/17/13 - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Sunday 18th August 2013

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Danielle Harris at Midsummer Lingerie Carnival at Palms Pool

Danielle Harris - MIDSUMMER LINGERIE CARNIVAL AT PALMS POOL - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Saturday 17th August 2013

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'Hatchet 3' premiere at the Egyptian Theatre

David Gross and Danielle Harris - 'Hatchet 3' premiere at the Egyptian Theatre - Hollywood, CA, United States - Tuesday 11th June 2013

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Cast Of Hatchet 3, Danielle Harris and BJ McDonnell

Picture - Jennifer Blanc, Danielle Harris and... , Saturday 27th October 2012

Jennifer Blanc, Danielle Harris and Alyssa Lobit - Jennifer Blanc, Danielle Harris and Alyssa Lobit Saturday 27th October 2012 IFI Horrorthon 2012 - 'Among Friends' - Screening

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Jennifer Blanc, Danielle Harris and Alyssa Lobit

Stake Land Review


Good
Pacey, confident and enjoyably grisly, this is a full-energy thriller with an emotional undercurrent. It's a little simplistic, and never quite defines why the stalking undead are called "vampires" rather than "zombies". But it's still hugely entertaining.

After his family is killed, teen Martin (Paolo) is taken under the wing of Mister (Damici), a gruff hunter who mercilessly stalks vampire/zombies. As they cross middle America in search of a rumoured safe zone called New Eden, they meet a friendly nun (McGillis), an ex-marine (Nelson) and a hot pregnant teen (Harris). They also run afoul of an extremist religious cult led by the vicious Jebedia (Cerveris), who believes the vampires are God's judgement on society.

And he starts hunting the hunters.

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In this world the most dangerous thing is to be alive!

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Halloween (2007) Review


OK
Halloween's Michael Myers has seen many incarnations during his 29-year reign of terror. While he hasn't yet seen the vastness of space (boldly not going where most horror franchises eventually go), he has met a similar fate -- the remake. Although the majority of horror moviegoers are just looking for the next gore-fest, true horror fans are as rabid as Christians looking to crucify the latest blasphemously-filmed story of Christ. Luckily, director Rob Zombie is a member of the horror genre cult and treats his Halloween remake with the utmost respect, while amping up the intensity for a post-Saw audience.

From the 90-minute Abercrombie and Fitch ad that was 2003's Texas Chainsaw Massacre to the abysmal The Hills Have Eyes in 2006, classic horror films have been turned into exploitive, empty filler for the benefit of the box office. Zombie, on the other hand, explores the mythology of the original Halloween by psychologically deconstructing Michael Myers, instead of exploiting the original idea of "The Shape" -- the personified evil of the original. Zombie's film opens with the Myers family; of course, this is a Zombie film, so they are a white trash, long haired clan whose cursing would put sailors to shame. In this Halloween outing, we see Myers' transformation into the infamous serial killer.

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The Wild Thornberrys Movie Review


Excellent
Considering that I have not watched a Nickelodeon show since Double Dare, I didn't know what to expect from The Wild Thornberrys Movie, based on a popular cartoon from the network. Surprisingly, the film is a hilarious adventure and I shamelessly enjoyed it. The primary audience for this one is kids 12 and under, but directors Cathy Malkasian and Jeff McGrath really took big kids like me into consideration when they put this animated extravaganza together. It features a fantastic score composed by Paul Simon, appropriate to its sub-Saharan setting and is accompanied by a splendid new song from The Dave Matthews Band. Its progressive themes of ecological preservation and racial tolerance also add to the warm tingly nostalgic feeling of the film, but it never gets too cheesy. Let's just say that the Disneyfication of this one is kept to a minimum. It even has a PG rating.

The story follows the Thornberrys, a hodge-podge British family of three generations all living in one souped-up trailer home, as they travel throughout the world documenting nature's wonders. Our protagonist is young Eliza (Lacey Chabert), who has been given a magical gift to talk to animals. Eliza is the quintessential loner, as she is more content with her animal friends than her family's rules and constantly seeks adventure. Along with her chimpanzee companion Darwin (Tom Kane), she manages to get into trouble when she recklessly takes the baby cheetah Akela past the safe boundaries of the desert. Sure enough, malicious poachers snatch up Akela from a helicopter, and despite Eliza's heroic efforts, she's unable to save the cub. Heartbroken and facing rebuke from her bewildered parents, Eliza is shipped off to boarding in school in England. Trapped in the confines of "civilization," Eliza vows to find the lost cheetah cub and to return to her family where she rightfully belongs.

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Rugrats Go Wild! Review


Terrible
You would have figured that with a show and movie series as delightfully cynical as Rugrats would have had the foresight to see that naming a movie with "Go Wild" in the title is just asking for insult. The similarities between the "Wild" movies go beyond the titles. Both take place in exotic getaway spots (a deserted island / a deserted alley outside a cheap New Orleans bar in Mardi Gras). Both involve a large cast of characters whose names you don't remember and whose voice you can barely make out through the sucking, slurping, or slurring of something or another. Oh yeah, and both are an utter waste of time unless your mind can't discern between binki-ness and kinkiness.

As if your kid will care, Rugrats Go Wild! is a cross between the shows Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys, in which a Rugrats family vacation leads to being stranded on a deserted island. The only other inhabitants are the Thornberrys, a dysfunctional set of explorers with a souped-up RV that makes the new Lexus SUVs look like bumper cars. The adults get the idea to start going Lord of the Flies. The babies get the idea to start going exploring, and I get the idea to leave the theatre before dealing with an extra hour and a half of wasted time.

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Halloween 5 Review


Grim
A relatively uninspired entry in the Halloween series, Halloween 5 picks up one year after Halloween 4, as Myers continues to hunt for his niece -- who attacked her stepmother at the end of 4 after being possessed by Myers, and is now having visions about where Michael is. Loomis is now a gibbering, scarred lunatic, and stepsister Rachel (Ellie Cornell) is still mega eye candy.

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Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Review


Grim
Whoops. I guess they forgot that the world pretty much came to an end in the asinine Halloween III... which must be why Halloween 4 returns to the Michael Myers mystery, 10 years after Halloween II, and with Mike still alive and kicking. He escapes the hospital and quickly begins stalking Laurie Strode's daughter, Jamie (Danielle Harris), with Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence) still lumbering after him. Watch Loomis dive for cover when Michael blows up a gas station. Boy, this one's rich.

Goosed Review


Grim
Goosed invites you to imagine Jennifer Tilly as the Jewish daughter of Joan Rivers and Roger Klein, walking you through her childhood, adolescence, college years, and adult life as a slut in search of a doctor named Steven, whom her psychic told her she'd marry. The sheer volume of B- and C-grade stars on parade is astonishing. (Director Aleta Chappelle was a casting director before this, which explains far too much to write about.) Despite a couple of mildly humorous gags, this movie is nothing short of a throwaway.

The Wild Thornberrys Movie Review


OK

Far more imaginative and ambitious than the trivial, cash-in features Nickelodeon has made from its other animated TV series, "The Wild Thornberrys Movie" is a funny, original, whimsical but meaningful story of an intrepid 12-year-old girl's adventures in Africa.

Directors Cathy Malkasian and Jeff McGrath get off to a bit of a clumsy start, catching up uninitiated audience members with a rushed, "the story so far"-style prologue that establishes the Thornberrys as globe-trotting naturalists (can-do American mother and pith-helmeted English father host their own cable TV nature show). In the first two minutes a busy voice-over also explains that nerdy heroine Eliza (all freckles, braces and braids) was given the ability to talk to the animals by a tribal shaman, and that she'll lose the gift if she ever tells anyone about it. Obviously this fact will come into play, because it's greatly emphasized.

But soon Eliza's adventures begin in earnest, when she's packed off to boarding school -- on the advice of her priggish blue-blood grandmother -- after almost being kidnapped by poachers while playing with some friendly cougar cubs.

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