Ubisoft®, Midway and Tigon Studios Launch High-Speed, Cinematic Wheelman™ Video Game Starring Vin Diesel.
Ubisoft, Midway and Tigon Studios announce that Wheelman™, the action-packed driving game featuring film star Vin Diesel as undercover agent and expert driver-for-hire Milo Burik, has shipped and is available at retailers starting today. Wheelman is available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC and is rated "T" for Teen by the ESRB.
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Today on HardNews, CoD Ghosts preorder deal with GameStop, Tigon games reunites for a new Riddick game, and the Vita TV sells out in Japan.
LIGER (LION X TIGRESS)
TIGON (TIGER X LIONESS)
LI-LIGER, LI-TIGON, TI-LIGER, TI-TIGON
JAGUAR X LEOPARD (JAGULEP, JAGLEOP, LEPJAG), LION X JAGUAR X LEOPARD (LI-JAGULEP), CONGOLESE SPOTTED LION
JAGUAR X TIGER
LEOPARD X LION HYBRIDS: LEOPON, LIPARD, MAROZI
LEOPARD X "PANTHER" HYBRIDS
LEOPARD X TIGER (TIGARD, DOGLA)
PUMA X LEOPARD (PUMAPARD)
PUMA X OCELOT
OCELOT, MARGAY AND ONCILLA HYBRIDS
SERVAL AND CARACAL HYBRIDS
LYNX AND BOBCAT HYBRIDS
Rare Hybrids from around the world. Very Very Strange.
We recently rescued a liger and 2 tigers from a failed backyard sanctuary in Mississippi, join Scott Lope as he introduces viewers to Alex and Cookie the tigers we rescued. Listen to how they have adapted to life at Big Cat Rescue and watch them eat their dinner!
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This is a quick introduction to one of our newest rescues - Freckles the LIGER! Freckles was rescued along with Alex and Cookie her tiger companions from a failed sanctuary formerly known as Cougar Haven in Mississippi. All 3 cats have been in quarantine for the past few months to allow them to get used to their new home.
Now they are comfortable and doing well they are on the tour path at Big Cat Rescue, watch as Director of Operations Scott Lope feeds Freckles allowing you to get a good look at her different features.
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We recently did a free tour for a group of veterans from our local V.A. hospital. Since a number of our own members are former military it is always a meaningful experience. We decided to make a different form of enrichment to give to Cameron and Zabu our male lion and white tiger that live in the same enclosure!
The cardboard giraffe/gazelle was filled with small chunks of red meat to entice the big cats into action! Cameron was first on scene and didn't seem interested so Zabu had the enrichment all to herself.
The tour group, staff and volunteers enjoyed watching her antics and we're sure Zabu enjoyed the snack and toy!
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Say hello to Big Cat Rescue's "odd couple" Cameron and Zabu (Male African Lion & Female White Tiger) were rescued from a roadside zoo and circus in New Hampshire in 2004.
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Michael Reeves (October 17, 1943 - February 11, 1969) was an English film director and screenwriter. He is best known for the 1968 American International Pictures/ Tigon motion picture Witchfinder General (known in the U.S. as The Conqueror Worm).
Reeves was born in Sutton, Surrey,and grew up in Suffolk, whose landscape made a deep impression on his best known film, Witchfinder General. His father died when he was young, but his mother was a devoted single parent. As a child he began making short films, some of which starred his lifelong friend, the actor Ian Ogilvy. As a boarder at Radley College he obsessively broke bounds to attend the cinema, and was utterly single minded about his ambition to work in film. Upon leaving school he turned up on the doorstep of his favourite director, Don Siegel, who promptly employed him as an assistant. Subsequently he worked in Italy, where he eventually directed La Sorella di Satana (1965; also called Revenge of the Blood Beast and also known in Italy as Il Lago di Satana). The film was made very cheaply, and is remembered for an appearance by horror icon Barbara Steele, of whose time Reeves was given four days. Back in London in 1966, Reeves made The Sorcerers, starring Boris Karloff, an effective 'swinging London' picture with supernatural overtones. Both films also starred Ian Ogilvy.
It's for his third and final movie, Witchfinder General, that Reeves is best remembered. He was only 24 years old when he co-wrote and directed it, but it is often called one of the greatest horror films that Britain has produced. Made on a very modest budget in East Anglia and adapted from the novel by Ronald Bassett, Witchfinder General tells the story of Matthew Hopkins, an infamous lawyer-turned-witchhunter who blackmails and murders his way across the countryside. Reeves imbues the film with a powerful sense of the impossibility of behaving morally in a society whose conventions have broken down, and though it is by no means free of the conventions of low-budget horror, it stands as a notably powerful and evocative film.
Reeves wanted actor Donald Pleasence to play the title role, but American International Pictures, the film's co-financiers, insisted on using their resident horror star Vincent Price instead. This caused friction between the veteran actor and the young director. A famous story is told of how Reeves won Price's respect: Reeves was constantly telling Price to tone down his over-acting, and to play the role more seriously. Price eventually cracked, snapping: "Young man, I have made eighty-four films. What have you done?" Reeves replied: "I've made two good ones." Reeves continued to goad Price into delivering a vicious performance, and only upon seeing finished film did the actor realize what the director was up to, at which point Price took steps to bury the hatchet with Reeves. Witchfinder General was released to mixed reviews, one notably savage notice by Alan Bennett appeared in The Listener, but was soon reaccessed and gained generally favourable reviews.