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Picture - Carol Connors, Erika Eleniak at... , Saturday 4th August 2012

Erika Eleniak Saturday 4th August 2012 Carol Connors, Erika Eleniak at the 'Hollywood Show' held at Burbank Marriott convention center

Picture - Erika Eleniak at the 'Hollywood... , Saturday 4th August 2012

Erika Eleniak Saturday 4th August 2012 Erika Eleniak at the 'Hollywood Show' held at Burbank Marriott convention center

Picture - Erika Eleniak Los Angeles, California, USA, Saturday 24th July 2010

Erika Eleniak Saturday 24th July 2010 The Hollywood Show at the Marriott Hotel in Burbank Los Angeles, California, USA

Picture - Erika Eleniak Los Angeles, Cailfornia, Tuesday 27th October 2009

Erika Eleniak Tuesday 27th October 2009 Michael Jackson's 'This Is It' Premiere at the Nokia Theatre - Arrivals Los Angeles, Cailfornia

Bordello Of Blood Review


Weak
In this Tales from the Crypt Presents... story, we get one highlight: Angie Everheart as a hot-as-hell vampiress running a whorehouse. Dennis Miller's wisecracking P.I. (in search of an Everheart-captured Corey Feldman(!), playing the brother of Erika Eleniak(!!)) makes for a reasonably amusing diversion from an otherwise run-of-the-mill horror movie. Chris Sarandon's guitar-playing preacher is a tad over the top, but in line with the Fright Night version of his persona.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Review


Good

For all the buzz about alterations made to "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" for its 20th anniversary release, the impact of these changes is insignificant at best. With or without them, the film remains the kind of unabashed delight that can make even the most cynical filmgoer feel like a kid wrapped up in the fantasy of it all.

Steven Speilberg tapped CGI technology to give the little hammer-headed, saucer-eyed, smoker's-voiced alien more life-like movements -- most notably in his desperate opening scene dash toward to his departing ship while the government man with jangling keys on his belt gives chase through the forest.

E.T. used to slide through the underbrush as if he was being pulled on tracks -- which he was, and the fact that it looked so fake became an awkward distraction in the first five minutes. Now E.T. rapidly lumbers on all fours like an ape. It may not sound like much, but believe me, it's a vast improvement.

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