Think torture is a relic of the Dark Ages? Think again. Torture for sadistic gratification, information extraction, and punishment is intimately woven into the human experience. Even today, horrific acts of torture occur every day in all corners of the globe. Due to the unseemly elements and tools required, torture is often conducted in specially
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The vu has never been so déja: it’s a greatest-hits compilation of the other Alien films’ freaky moments. paradox is that though you are intended to recognise these touches, you won’t really be impressed unless you happen to be seeing them for the first time. For all this, the film is very capably made, with forceful, potent performances from Waterston and Fassbender. here.
To want more Alien after this – specifically, this ending – would be to want to see something very odd indeed. t Covenant leaves the mythos feeling riper and more vitalised than ever. here.
Tonally every second here is tinged with dark foreboding, with the relentless tension that marked the 1979 original. And, for good measure, there's plenty of shooting aliens in the face, too. here.
There's fun to be had in it's more exhilarating set-pieces but just as it hits its stride with such scenes, it trips over itself; getting too carried away in its attempt to be grandiose. here.
The release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi doesn't just mean a continuation of one of the longest running sagas in pop culture -- it also means MORE TOYS!!!
LOLz! Seriously though, that Sphero remote-controlled BB-8 was really something special, and thanks to Episode VIII's ridiculously cute dark side nemesis, you can now have a sleek black version!
Peter Kraus found the light during a very dark time.
On Wednesday, The Bachelorette fan favorite opened up about his two-year struggle with an eating disorder that began when he was 20 years old and trying to make it in the modeling industry.
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As you may know, he has since retired from modeling