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For those who may be of the mindset that modern wrestling begins and ends with Vince McMahon, why not take a trip back to a time before the bright lights of the WWE to see just how the smack was laid down in the good old days. These are the rare and classic matches that made history, and with footage of Buddy "Nature Boy" Rogers, Gorgeous George, Killer Kowalski, and Antonio Rocco in the ring, fans can rest assured that they're in for some serious skull cracking fun. A bonus inclusion of some of wrestling's strangest moments offers such oddities as a Two Ring Battle Royal, midget women wrestling, and a brutal bout featuring 625 pound behemoth Haystacks Calhoun. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Rumored and anticipated for years, the two biggest icons of the slasher genre finally meet in Freddy Vs. Jason, the eighth entry in the Nightmare on Elm Street saga and the 11th film in the Friday the 13th series, though with Jason X taking place in the future, it should be noted that the events of this film take place after the ninth film Jason Goes to Hell. And it is hell where Freddy Kreuger (Robert Englund) and Jason Voorhees (Ken Kirzinger, donning the hockey mask for the first time in a controversial snub against series veteran Kane Hodder) finally become acquainted. Banished there for eternity, Freddy devises a plan to manipulate Jason into continuing his work, hacking up the teenagers of Elm Street. All goes well at first until Jason realizes he's been duped by "the dream master" and is none too pleased. Coaxed by surviving teenagers Will (Jason Ritter), Lori (Monica Keena), and Kia (Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowland), Jason and Freddy descend upon Crystal Lake for a mano a mano battle royal. Helmed by Hong Kong director Ronny Yu (Bride of Chucky, The Bride With the White Hair), Freddy Vs. Jason features the director of the first Friday film, Sean S. Cunningham serving as producer. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide
Includes - All in the Family: We're Having a Heat Wave (1973) All in the Family: Edith Finds an Old Man (1973) All in the Family: Archie and the Kiss (1973) All in the Family: We're Still Having a Heat Wave (1973) All in the Family: Archie the Gambler (1973) All in the Family: Archie and the Computer (1973) All in the Family: Edith's Conversion (1973) All in the Family: Black Is the Color of My True Love's Wig (1973) All in the Family: Edith's Christmas Story (1973) All in the Family: Archie Is Cursed (1973) All in the Family: The Taxi Caper (1973) All in the Family: Second Honeymoon (1973) All in the Family: Archie in the Cellar (1973) All in the Family: The Games Bunkers Play (1973) All in the Family: Henry's Farewell (1973) All in the Family: Mike and Gloria Mix It Up (1974) All in the Family: Mike's Graduation (1974) All in the Family: Gloria's Boyfriend (1974) All in the Family: Lionel's Engagement (1974) All in the Family: Archie Eats and Runs (1974) All in the Family: Pay the Twenty Dollars (1974) All in the Family: Gloria Sings the Blues (1974) All in the Family: Et Tu, Archie (1974) All in the Family: Archie Feels Left Out (1974) All in the Family: We're Having a Heat Wave Season four of All in the Family commenced with an object lesson about -- what else? -- racial bigotry. Archie is up in arms over the notion of a Latino family moving into the neighborhood. In this, Archie finds himself with an unexpected ally: Henry Jefferson, his black neighbor from across the street, who is likewise averse to allowing "those people" to make their home on Houser Street. This episode served to introduce the Bunkers' new next-door neighbors, Irene and Frank Lorenzo, played by Betty Garrett (replacing Sada Thompson, who reportedly couldn't get along with series star Carroll O'Connor) and Vincent Gardenia. Written by Don Nicholl, "We're Having a Heat Wave" originally aired on September 15, 1973. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Edith Finds an Old Man Burt Mustin makes his first series appearance in the role of feisty octogenarian Justin Quigley (a character that, at age 82, was seven years younger than Mustin!). Running away from a restrictive nursing home, Justin accepts Edith's invitation to temporarily move in with the Bunkers, which elicits the anticipated reaction from Archie. Ruth McDevitt likewise makes her first appearance as Justin's geriatric sweetheart, Josephine "Jo" Nelson. Scripted by Michael Ross and Bernie West from a story by Susan Harris, "Edith Finds an Old Man" was originally telecast on September 29, 1973. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Archie and the Kiss Gloria brings home a miniature replica of Rodin's famous sculpture "The Kiss." The erotic nature of the sculpture does not rest well with Archie, who orders Gloria to take that "dirty thing" out of the house immediately. Want to bet that this sparks another Battle Royal in the Bunker household? Also worth watching is Edith's impromptu paean to the music of Henry Mancini. Written by John Rappaport, "Archie and the Kiss" first aired on October 6, 1973. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: We're Still Having a Heat Wave Now that the Lorenzos have moved next door to the Bunkers, Archie has managed to come up with a whole new list of pet peeves. It especially vexes Archie that Irene and Frank Lorenzo don't seem to know their proper gender roles: Irene does the household repairs, while Frank does all the cooking -- and even sings in the kitchen. Even worse, at least as far as Archie is concerned, Irene bids fair to become Edith's new best friend. Written by Michael Ross and Bernie West, "We're Still Having a Heat Wave" first aired on September 22, 1973. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Archie the Gambler Why is stingy, curmudgeonly old Archie coming home loaded down with expensive gifts and lavish compliments for Edith and Gloria? The answer: Archie has just struck it rich at the race track.
THE FINAL FIGHTS RAGE ON! Up on Murder World Island, it’s the surviving contestants in an all-out battle royale! Down in Arcade’s lair, it’s two other contestants vs. Arcade!
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