Posts Tagged: willow


The Best And Worst Of Impact Wrestling 4/17/14: Lions And Tigers and Bros, Oh My!

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A bunch of tables, some wrestling, and the worst Pokemon reference you'll see today. The Best and Worst of Impact Wrestling for April 17.


The Best And Worst Of Impact Wrestling: Heathcliff, It's Me, Jeff Hardy

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Impact Wrestling gets a little racist, a little stupid, and then completely nutballs.


The Best And Worst of Impact Wrestling 3/13/14: No, I Mean The One In The Old West

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We join Impact Wrestling live and in progress in the darkest timeline.

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The Best and Worst of Impact Wrestling 2/27/14: We Have Books About TV!

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Why Ethan Carter III is better than you, and other stuff about Impact Wrestling.

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The Best And Worst Of Impact Wrestling 2/20/14: The Wolves of Ball Street

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We're still in England and nobody has gotten murdered in the countryside in the 1920's. But I guess it's still an okay show.


VIDEO: Is Val Kilmer wasted or just acting wasted?

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Val Kilmer recently took time off from his quest to become the world's <a href="" target="_blank">pre-eminent Mark Twain impersonator</a> to film this video for TotalFilm, promoting the 25th anniversary Blu-Ray release of Willow, the best movie George Lucas ever produced.


6 Projects (That Have Nothing To Do With Star Wars Or Indiana Jones) That Need To Happen Now That Disney Owns Lucasfilm

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Forget Star Wars and Indiana Jones, these are the Lucasfilm projects Disney needs to get working on...

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Five Properties We Wish LucasArts Would Turn Into An FPS

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<a href="">Job posts on LucasArts' corporate website</a>, which is how the Internet learns about video games in development, tell us that there's <a href="">an FPS from the company on the way</a>.


Don’t Call This Supercut A Midget

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FilmDrunk Minister of Awesomeness Oliver Noble is back with his latest supercut, Revenge of the Dwarfs: Midget Attacks in Cinema (a sequel to <a href="">his Dwarf Abuse mash up</a>).

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