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  Hallowe’en Lineup @ the Royal Cinema (Toronto)  
Posted 2002-10-21 by Tony Walsh
The Conflict Archives Presents . . .NECROMANCY
Thursday October 24 - 9:30pm

Halloween Kung Fu Friday - MR. VAMPIRE
Friday October 25 - 9:45pm

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  Toronto nerds unite!  
Posted 2002-10-14 by Tony Walsh
Clem sent in the lowdown on this exclusive Toronto tidbit:
Alliance Atlantis Motion Picture Distribution announced today that on October 31, 2002, THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS EXHIBIT, an experiential exhibition containing artefacts from New Line Cinema's theatrical production of THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS will launch in Toronto for a four-week period at the Royal Ontario Museum's former McLaughlin Planetarium. Toronto is the only city in North America where this exhibit will be presented.
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  “America’s Army” blog paints pretty picture:  
Posted 2002-10-04 by Tony Walsh
Wired posted a creepy story today about a weblog written by a guy named "Scorpion" (oooooh) who is stationed in Afghanistan. Seems this blog is merely an exercise in PR, being produced by the US Army on the heels of their "America's Army" game. I'm against using videogames as a recruitment tactic because, as any veteran can tell you, war isn't any fun at all.
  Bruce Campbell  
Posted 2001-11-05 by Tony Walsh
Bruce Campbell is North America's most infamous cult movie star. His square-jawed filmography spans two decades, launching with the shlock-horror classic Evil Dead and including such big budget films such as Congo and Escape From L.A. He is also well known for his television roles, most notably the part of Brisco County Junior and Autolycus, King of Thieves from the Hercules and Xena series.

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  Bruce Campbell’s Zombies of Hollywood  
Posted 2001-10-26 by Tony Walsh
Hollywood stinks. People say this in hushed, timid tones, but few have ever dared to cut through that stench for fear of what might be uncovered. But there's a hero on the horizon. Enter Bruce Campbell, revving up an unstoppable chainsaw called If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor.

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