Become Secret. User Score. Your Score. Rate this:. Log in to finish rating Become Secret. Share this? Summary: Liz Hysen's Toronto-based band which also includes cellists, releases its fourth full-length album. Critic Reviews.
Score distribution:. Positive: 4 out of 5. Explore music. Favorite track: Blood Sermon. Mike Swag. Mike Swag Soaring heavy metal licks, crushing riffs while Dwid spits black fire. Two thumbs up for this incarnation of Integrity. Favorite track: Serpent of the Crossroads.
Lauris Einbergs. Lord Dunsany. Jaymes Mihailoff. Ln Ashka. Jeremy S. Chris Owen. Miguel Kennedy. Left Hand Pat. Austin Lovell. Michael Hill. James Feeheley. Matthew Altieri. Clem Hlvt. Two words: Michael Caine. He refused to do publicity for the film in the United States because the American poster featured a naked woman beside a gun-toting gangster. Feeling the marketing turned off any potential audience clearly, he doesn't understand Americans , Caine declined to help the film and helped to sink it Stateside.
When it failed to make bank in America, future plans were scuttled and it was all left to oblivion. Oddly enough, neither the poster nor the plot to Jaws: The Revenge gave Caine any pause. Even odder, The Royal Society of Chemistry would later put out a call, seeking answers as to how the crew might have escaped with the gold intact.
Ah, science. John Carpenter's classic The Thing offered up one of the most ambiguous endings of all time. After an alien monster turns everyone else around into an extension of itself, we're left with two people stuck in a snowstorm: Kurt Russell's MacReady and Keith David's Childs. MacReady had just supposedly killed The Thing, but he's not sure if Childs is one last assimilation. The two exhausted warriors share some drinks while possibly freezing to death, eyeball each other, and then We never find out which one is The Thing, if neither one is, or if they simply died before finding out for sure.
Over 30 years later, however, we still have no direct sequel, meaning this cliffhanger has become one of those "Lady And The Tiger"-esque, open-to-interpretation endings. That said, it seems there was once going to be an actual answer in the form of a sequel. Based on the write-up presented by Corona, the big reveal would've been that MacReady and Childs froze to death, with neither revealing themselves as The Thing.
That may or may not have been the plot they would've filmed, but we'll never know because Sci-Fi shelved the series before starting. Childs and MacReady are still staring each other down to this day.
You think you're optimistic? You've got nothing on the makers of the Super Mario Bros. Despite clearly making one of the dumbest films ever, they actually ended on a cliffhanger. Daisy returns to the brothers, gun in hand, saying she needs their help again. Obviously, a sequel never came to fruition, thanks to the critical and commercial lambasting the original took. Since then, we've had to fill the void with awesome Mario video game after awesome Mario video game.
If you truly must know what might have happened in Super Mario Bros. They turned what they learned in that conversation into an unofficial sequel comic, which you can read for free. In it, Mario and Luigi encounter a new threat: a monster named Wart ruling from inside an area of Dinohattan called Subcon. Yes, it's Super Mario 2 , kind of. Oh, and the comic also ended on a cliffhanger , perhaps the most fitting tribute to the original movie imaginable. The end of Season 4 included a plot twist that fit this love story: Lois and Clark find themselves a baby.
Unfortunately, the network executives chose to cancel the series before we could learn anything about the baby — after all, this was to be Superman's adopted kid.
No way would he have just grown up to be a normal boy. According to a Krypton Site interview with Brad Buckner, Lois and Clark's executive producer from Season 3 and 4, that was to most certainly be the case.
Though he does admit "it's starting to get a bit fuzzy" in his mind, he seems to recall that the kid would have been Kryptonian royalty. He would have grown at a super-rapid rate going from infant to pre-teen within months, much like Baby Groot and would have trouble learning to responsibly use his powers, like many an awkward adolescent.
Sadly, this "fuzzy" memory is the closest we're likely to ever get to what could've been. But while creator Kenneth Johnson pushed for the story to continue with a series of two-hour movies, NBC wanted a sequel mini-series, followed by a new, weekly series. So Johnson did what any creative type might: he balked and exited the show. V moved on without him, but it was never the same. The creeping dread of the original was replaced with one-dimensional characters and recycled stock footage. By the end, complete scenes from earlier episodes were re-purposed — even footage of characters running.
What started as smart science fiction, collapsed into a silly soap cartoon centered around what Jane Badler might eat that week. Spoiler: guinea pig lovers, beware. As you might expect, V couldn't be bothered giving the remaining viewers one last satisfactory scene. In the finale, The Visitors agree to peace, but only if human-Visitor hybrid "Starchild" Elizabeth Maxwell returns with their leader to the Visitors' planet.
She agrees, breaking her boyfriend Kyle's heart to the point he stows away in the Leader's shuttle. As all of this alien drama plays out, Diana attempts to overthrow the leader — when foiled, the show makes it clear she's planted a bomb on his ship.
And then A million for that? Imagine if they actually paid to film new scenes of characters running. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying.
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