Here is yet another video shows some behind the scenes footage on how we made the animatronic bats for the TV movie "Vampire Bats" with Lucy Lawless. Call us at 805-527-6200 if you want us to make some bats for your next project.
The Range Busters are a gang of vigilante do-gooders that uphold the law in lawless California during the gold rush in the nineteenth century. Set right before the attacks of Pearl Harbor, Texas to Bataan finds the Range Busters commissioned to send horses to the Philippines. In the course of the job, however, they discover a ring of Japanese spies in Texas! A slightly more geo-political story than your average Western, Texas to Bataan has the Range Busters busting up bad guy all over the world! Though filled with twists and turns, plenty of good old fashioned American gun fighting is necessary to clean up this mess.
This is a realistic and faithful western! The Law Commands balances the sinister elements of the Old West with a flair for realism that makes for an excellent film. Not your usual cowboy hero, Tom Keene stars as a doctor who wants to protect his community with the legal system instead of guns. But the West was known for lawlessness, and Keeneâs passive tactics quickly land the whole town in a mess of trouble. The Law Commands features deft acting and honest values from its characters, including the beautiful leading lady Larraine Hayes.
The Tunnel by Jane Lawless
Dem Hoodstarz knows how to party and put on a great show!
It doesn't get better then seeing DEM HOODSTARZ performing one of their hit tracks, Video Vixen, LIVE!
Dem Hoodstarz (sometimes Tha Hoodstarz or just plainly Hoodstarz) are two bay-area rappers, from East Palo Alto, California, Band-Aide and Scoot Dogg. The group is a prime example of the Bay Area's Hyphy movement. They gained recognition throughout the Bay Area with their hit single, "Grown Man On", produced by San Jose's Traxamillion. Their first album is called "Hood Reality". They both started in two different groups. Band-Aide started with a group known as Neva Legal consisting of partners, G-Boyee and Mr. Macntosh. Scoot Dogg was in a group started by former rapper Chunk known as Totally Insane. Both Scoot Dogg and Band-Aide are from the Bay Area. Scoot Dogg comes from Midtown East Palo Alto and Band-Aide comes from the Eastern part of Menlo Park. Together the two have started their record label Lawless Records and released the album Band-Aide & Scoot. Lawless Records also consists of rappers The Block Boys, Hood Felons, G-Boyee and Young Bunk.
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The Range Busters are a trio of vigilante do-gooders who uphold the law in the lawless West during the gold rush. When old rancher Magpie Harper is in trouble he calls for the Range Busters in Saddle Mountain Roundup. Unfortunately, the Range Busters get their late and find Harper murdered! This cowboy story becomes a murder mystery, as the heroes feel obligated to bring the murderer to justice. Smartly directed and scripted, Saddle Mountain Roundup features all the twists, turns, and gunfights that make classic Western cinema solid gold.
The year was 1976. Jimmy Carter was about to become our next president; the Viking probe lands on Mars; Betamax and VHS VCRs are released; Apple Computer is launched; Illegal immigration into the United States from Mexico is at an all time high - and so is the crime along the San Diego/Tijuana border.
The victims: peasants wanting to come into the U.S. for a better life.
The perpetrators: ruthless bandits who every night would rob, rape and murder defenseless men, women and children as they tried to make their way into the U.S.
The bandits to a degree were smart. They would cross over into the United States and wait for their prey. Once they committed their crimes they crossed back over into Mexico - making it difficult for law enforcement on the U.S. side to apprehend them.
Something needed to be done.
A squad of tough cops called The Border Crime Task Force was created to try to curb the crime problem along the border. Many thought they were heroes while others called them lawless renegades. Their mission for the next eighteen-months would be to patrol the border - not to stop the thousands of illegal aliens coming into the U.S., but to stop the bandits.
Their plan seemed simple enough. They would disguise themselves as illegal aliens and confront the dangerous shadows of the night. Yet each night they walked along the border, they came closer to another boundary line - a fragile line within each man and crossing it meant destroying their sanity and their lives.
Some lines shouldn't be crossed.
The former French colony of Ubangi-Shari became the Central African Republic upon independence in 1960. After three tumultuous decades of misrule - mostly by military governments - civilian rule was established in 1993 and lasted for one decade. President Ange-Felix PATASSE's civilian government was plagued by unrest, and in March 2003 he was deposed in a military coup led by General Francois BOZIZE, who established a transitional government. Though the government has the tacit support of civil society groups and the main parties, a wide field of candidates contested the municipal, legislative, and presidential elections held in March and May of 2005 in which General BOZIZE was affirmed as president. The government still does not fully control the countryside, where pockets of lawlessness persist. Unrest in neighboring nations, Chad, Sudan, and the DRC, continues to affect stability in the Central African Republic as well.
Washington Heights Rave 08 Hosted by Dj Eddie Lawless
The trailer for Appaloosa, the Ed Harris western, with Viggo Mortensen, Renée Zellweger and Jeremy Irons. The story is adapted from Robert B. Parker's novel of the same name, centered on a pair of friends hired to protect a lawless town suffering at the hands of a renegade rancher. The arrival of an attractive widow disrupts their plans.
here's a vid of Xena (Lucy Lawless) and Hercules (Kevin Sorbo) with the song Goodbye performed by Miley Cyrus
Nothing else has worked: it is time for Pakistan to try democracy
THE war against Islamist extremism and the terrorism it spawns is being fought on many fronts. But it may well be in Pakistan that it is won or lost. It is not only that the country's lawless frontier lands provide a refuge for al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, and that its jihad academies train suicide-bombers with global reach. Pakistan is also itself the world's second most populous Muslim nation, with a proud tradition of tolerance and moderation, now under threat from the extremists on its fringes. Until recently, the risk that Pakistan might be prey to Islamic fundamentalism of the sort its Taliban protégés enforced in Afghanistan until 2001 seemed laughable. It is still far-fetched. But after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, twice prime minister, nobody is laughing. This, after all, is a country that now has the bomb Miss Bhutto's father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, craved so passionately as prime minister in the 1970s.
There are many other reasons why the murder of Miss Bhutto (and some 20 other people unlucky enough to be near her) makes Pakistan seem a frightening place (see article). That terrorists could strike in Rawalpindi, headquarters of the Pakistani army, despite having advertised threats against Miss Bhutto, and despite the slaughter of some 150 people in Karachi on the day she returned from exile last October, suggests no one is safe. If, as many in Pakistan believe, the security services were themselves complicit, that is perhaps even scarier. It would make it even harder to deal with the country's many other fissures: the sectarian divide between Sunni and Shia Muslims; the ethnic tensions between Punjabis, Sindhis, Pushtuns and “mohajir” immigrants from India; the insurgency in Baluchistan; and the spread of the “Pakistani Taliban” out of the border tribal areas into the heartlands.
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Get ready for a heart-stopping 3000 mile ride across the continent! When the cream of Europe’s motoring bad boys decided to stage a multi-country race, there could be only one result - lawless mayhem, outrageously high speeds and a collection of wallet crippling police fines that would make even Bill Gates weep.
Set for DVD release on 10 August 2009, STREETS OF BLOOD is the gritty and gruesome story of corruption in the New Orleans police force in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Featuring a hot Hollywood cast headed by hard man Val Kilmer (Top Gun, Heat, Batman Forever), stunning Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct, Bobby), Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Planet Terror) and international R&B artist Curtis 50 Cent Jackson (Righteous Kill, Home of the Brave), STREETS OF BLOOD follows one mans search for justice in a place where lawlessness and brutality reign.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand - San Diego Comic-Con 2009 Panel Highlights. The panel was held July 24, 2009. Featuring (L-R) Erin Cummings, Peter Mensah, Steven S. DeKnight, Craig Tomashoff (Managing editor of TV Guide), Rob Tapert and Lucy Lawless.