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Thursday, 09 July 2015 14:23
The Terminator franchise is highly beloved, yet deeply frustrating for most fans. For every great outing, the first two films and The Chronicles of Sarah Connor television show, we get a frustratingly disappointing outing, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Terminator: Salvation. After Salvation, the franchise was in a standstill with the rights up in the air and eventually being bought up or else they would revert back to series creator James Cameron. The end result was Terminator: Genisys, a fun, frustrating, and disappointing film that retreads old ground a bit while blazing a new path. Read more...
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Wednesday, 05 June 2013 14:36
20100204104618!TerminatorA good ol’ apocalypse is one of the most bountiful playgrounds of the genre writer falling second only to the creation of a brand new world and culture. They even spawned their own sub-genre and, as such, have proved increasingly popular and gathered many fans. An apocalypse can give a writer the chance for a clean slate; an opportunity to start afresh but keep something as familiar. There’s nothing more exciting than watching or reading as one of our descendents discovers something from the twenty first century and tries to work out its purpose long after those who originally used it have gone to ashes. Apocalypse’s can be caused by all manner of events. Natural and supernatural. Technological or biological. Artificial or organic. And let’s not forget zombie (we all love zombies!). Read more...
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