Travis Goodspeed: Sure. So I'm a hillbilly out of east Tennessee. I grew up at a Dolly Parton's theme park called Dollywood. I'm not joking. My mother was the stained glass master craftsman from there for 25 years.
Travis Goodspeed has a unique relationship with \u201Cstuff.\u201D A renowned \u201Chillbilly hacker\u201D from Tennessee, Travis is a reverse engineer and device hacker without peer. He\u2019s best known as an outspoken advocate of \u201Cjunk hacking\u201D - the practice of probing low end, low stakes devices like children\u2019s toys and consumer as a safe (that is: lawsuit-free) way to understand the workings of more complex, higher stakes technology - from enterprise systems to critical infrastructure- that often shares hardware and software with that low end stuff.
Get a Road Manager that eats nails and shark fins for breakfast, is built like King Kong and will tear the head off any club owner that tries to cheat you on your pay. I´ve received a lot of good advice from good people along the way.
Let us not understate the appeal of a party game with freeze guns, flame guns, ray guns, and gun guns. You star as P. Walter Tugnut, an ornery son-of-a-biscuit on a quest for vengeance after the robot apocalypse totals his beloved pickup. Here endeth the plot. Off you go to shoot many robots, and in this endeavor, Shoot Many Robots gleefully serves as your white-trash enabler, hurling armies of mechanical fodder directly into your line of fire.
The system does hit one sour note: microtransactions. You can choose to shell out real-world cash for weapons in lieu of unlocking them normally. As shortcuts go, it feels too much like a cheat, particularly considering how fast you can level up in multiplayer alongside a high-rank amigo.
Eventually returning to his village in 1866, Jonah finds that Noh-Tante had since married White Fawn. He declares Noh-Tante's betrayal to the chieftain, but the accusations were denied and it was decided that they would deliberate through trial by combat. Noh-Tante sabotages Jonah's tomahawk, forcing him to cheat and end the fight with his knife. For breaking the rules of combat and murdering his son, the chieftain declares that Jonah will be branded with the mark of the demon and exiled under penalty of death. Years later when he returned again to rescue a kidnapped white woman, he was captured and White Fawn was shot dead by the chieftain for trying to help him escape. Jonah killed his adoptive father in return, and gunned down half the tribe who went after him with the help of Henri d'Aubergnon.
Hex slaughters a town run by oil barons to avenge a friend for the death of her husband on their wedding day. He is forced to lynch one of his own friends for having raped and murdered a young girl, after the man lied to get Jonah's protection. One woman swears revenge on him for the death of her daughter, and he fakes his own murder to give her closure. In the swamps, he massacres an inbred hillbilly family who've been feeding lost travelers to their pet alligators. El Diablo helps him seek vengeance when carnival freaks try to lynch him. He also rescues a small Mormon population from extinction when a bigoted store owner places bounties on every man, woman and child in their camp.
The Decline (March 27): As a way to prepare for disasters, family man Antoine attends a training program on survivalism given by Alain, at his self-sufficient retreat. Planning for a natural, economical or social breakdown, the group goes through drills meant to prepare them for apocalypses of all types. But the catastrophe waiting for them is nothing like what they anticipated.
Deep within the rural surroundings of "Copperhead Mountain", the town's schoolteacher (Diana Durrell) is on a mission to banish child marriage within the mountain-rugged community. Of course, this doesn't bode well for many of the well-over-30-years-of-age-male residents and their lust for 12-year old girls. Not accepting any changes, the mob, led by twisted Jake (Warner Richmond) attempts to give the schoolteacher a whipping, but is saved by Ira Colton (George Humphreys). This isn't the first time Ira has laid the smackdown on Jake, so you know it's just a matter of time before the tables get turned. And they finally do get turned once Jake fakes a rumor of Ira's wife cheating on him. Without skipping a beat, a drunken Ira attacks his wife (Dorothy Carrol) which results in his death. Sneaky Jake then bargains the now-widow Colton for the marriage of Jake and her under-age daughter, Jenny (Shirley Mills). Jake and Jenny do make it to the altar, but will they live happily ever after? To this day, CHILD BRIDE still remains outrageous as ever. Although the subject matter and much of the filmed results are on the dated and campy side, once you see the image of Jake and Jenny (who is VERY underage) hand in hand and recieving a kiss on the lips, you're immediately thrust into a discomfort zone. Shocksploitation seems to start here! (GCDb)
Calvin Dion (Stacy Keach) quits his job working on a D.C. assembly line, tired of watching his minimum-wage life leading nowhere while the district's biggest cheats cash in. He then calls his brother Rut (Frederick Forest) into town from West Virginia, teams up with some small-town heisters, and pulls off an armored truck robbery. Only for Tony, the heist's mastermind, to rob the Dion boys himself, leaving them with nothing but a fleet of cops to deal with. Calvin and Rut had the stolen cash earmarked for their own seafood restaurant (the Blue Grotto), and they'll be damned if any slick Yankee is going to take it away from them. Being "good ol' boys," they find this development downright invigorating: an opportunity to track some live game. They snatch up Tony's girlfriend (Margot Kidder) and hunt him down, kicking past doors, chasing through hallways, guns blazing irresponsibly, Starrett's camera giving restless chase throughout. It becomes clear that our charming criminal enterprisers are actually unrepentant sociopaths, chasing an eden they never deserved. The Dion Brothers is Badlands' drunken, disgraced ex-con stepbrother based on a script co-written by the legendary Terence Malick. (Esquire)
Dinah Hunter (Yvette Mimieux) has trouble on the job. One day she gets home early after a fight with her boss, and finds her boyfriend with a topless girl in the house. He tries to explain, but she isn't dumb. She calls an old friend from New York who she worked with back in the day. Dinah gets her old job back. Now she's leaving LA and wants to drive to New York by car. Dinah makes a pit stop, has a coffee and the bartender tries to cheat her on the change. Outside she sees a young couple (the female is pregnant - they faked it), and she takes them with her. The couple steals her car and hits Dinah with a gun until she falls on the ground. She wakes up and runs to a local bar, she wants to call the police. The bar owner allows her to make a phone call, but the number he gives her isn't the right one. He then tries to rape her (no luck cuz a cop comes in). Dinah tries to explain but in this Hillbilly town the cops don't believe her and put her in the Jackson County Jail. The Sheriff is very gentle to her, tells her the next morning she will be released. Her cell mate is Coley Blake (Tommy Lee Jones). Later on she and Coley are trying to sleep and the deputy comes back into Dinah's cell. Guess what? He rapes her. Coley sees everything but can't help stop it. The deputy feels sorry after that but Dinah is so depressed, she takes a chair and beats him to death. Meanwhile Coley gets the keys, escapes and takes Dinah with him. The two fugitives get in quite an adventure while they evade the law. (GCDb)
As is our practice we've selected a couple handful of titles and frozen the films at utterly random moments without cheating (whatever comes up comes up!) for this quick preview. At the bottom of the page, check out full listings for Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and HBO for April 2019. And please do let us know if you're dying to discuss any of the films. Maybe we'll select one to write up? Okay, let's go...
The Dirt (2019) on NetflixA biopic of Mötley Crüe starring Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx and Colson Baker as Tommy Lee. That's Tony Cavalero as Ozzy Osbourne, flashing the band. (No. we did not cheat. In streaming roulette, whatever comes up, comes up! That's the rule.) 2b1af7f3a8