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    Quentin Tarantino says 'Kill Bill Vol. 3' is 'probably not happening'

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012

    Oscar winner also says he won't direct a James Bond film
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    Actor David Carradine found dead in Bangkok

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Jun 4, 2009

    'Kung Fu,' 'Kill Bill' star was 72
  • David Carradine: Shaolin Strength Workout for Beginners - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009

    Power, balance, and fitness are the promised benefits of this beginner's introduction to Shaolin. Developed in the birthplace of martial arts, the Shaolin temple in Northern China, it is one of the most popular forms of the Hung style of martial arts and is based on the movements of the tiger and the crane. The Shaolin monks believed that complete physical fitness required stretching, breathing, isometrics, body awareness, sensitivity, balance, and coordination. This video introduces the basic concepts and techniques needed to achieve this fitness by presenting a program that develops the muscles, tendons, and ligaments while at the same time increasing internal energy. The expert instructors lead the viewer to a better understanding of the Shaolin method through an easy-to-learn beginning workout. ~ Sarah Block, All Movie Guide
  • David Carradine - Shaolin Cardio Kick Box Workout for Beginners - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 8, 2009

    In Northern China, the monks of the Shaolin temple developed a way to stay strong in body and spirit and in keeping with their spirit, David Carradine hosts a quiet, low-key yet powerful workout session free of the major flash factor. Learn the skills and states of mind named for animals - the snake for the warm-up, the crane for balance, the leopard for power, tiger for stretch and the dragon for energy. End the tape with some mindfulness about your internal energy, and learn how to visualize in order to improve your energy flow. Carradine uses three assistants for this five-part tape. ~ Leslie Birdwell, All Movie Guide
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    'Big Love' star Bill Paxton in talks to direct 'Kung Fu' film adaptation

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Oct 31, 2011

    Movie version of the cult 1970s TV series
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    Jodorowsky's Dune

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Mar 21, 2014

    Get the behind the scenes story on Alejandro Jodorwsky's take on "Dune."
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    True Legend

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, May 13, 2011

    David Carrading and others star in this martial arts film.
  • Camille - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009

    Sienna Miller and James Franco star in first-time producer/director Gregory Mackenzie's twisted romance about a honeymooning couple who discovers that sometimes love is stronger than death. Recent parolee Silas (Franco) has just been blackmailed into marrying the beautiful Camille (Miller), and he's none to happy about the arrangement; despite the fact that he can't stand her, she still worships the ground he walks on. But now the law is family, and should the union fail, Silas' new uncle-in-law, Sheriff Foster (Scott Glen), will ensure that the disgruntled groom is sent back to the slammer in a flash. Immediately after the wedding, however, things get complicated when Silas and Camille are run off the road by a reckless truck driver. When Silas regains conscious and stumbles over to Camille's contorted body, it's obvious that she's suffered a fatal injury in the accident. After fleeing the scene and attempting to summon help, Silas returns to the sight of the crash and finds Camille nursing a serious neck injury down by the river while frantically trying to get the grass stains out of her wedding dress. Desperate, the couple hitches a ride with the nomadic Cowboy Bob (David Carradine), eventually realizing that Camille didn't survive the accident despite the fact that she's somehow able to walk and talk with the living. As Camille's body begins to decay, the situation grows complicated when the couple learns that the police are on their trail for an imagined robbery and murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
  • Camille - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009

    Sienna Miller and James Franco star in first-time producer/director Gregory Mackenzie's twisted romance about a honeymooning couple who discovers that sometimes love is stronger than death. Recent parolee Silas (Franco) has just been blackmailed into marrying the beautiful Camille (Miller), and he's none to happy about the arrangement; despite the fact that he can't stand her, she still worships the ground he walks on. But now the law is family, and should the union fail, Silas' new uncle-in-law, Sheriff Foster (Scott Glen), will ensure that the disgruntled groom is sent back to the slammer in a flash. Immediately after the wedding, however, things get complicated when Silas and Camille are run off the road by a reckless truck driver. When Silas regains conscious and stumbles over to Camille's contorted body, it's obvious that she's suffered a fatal injury in the accident. After fleeing the scene and attempting to summon help, Silas returns to the sight of the crash and finds Camille nursing a serious neck injury down by the river while frantically trying to get the grass stains out of her wedding dress. Desperate, the couple hitches a ride with the nomadic Cowboy Bob (David Carradine), eventually realizing that Camille didn't survive the accident despite the fact that she's somehow able to walk and talk with the living. As Camille's body begins to decay, the situation grows complicated when the couple learns that the police are on their trail for an imagined robbery and murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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    Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Dec 16, 2011

    This documentary examines the life and work of Roger Corman.
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