TAG | The Hunt for Red October
Chasing Amy (1997)
01 Mar – €2.17 ($11.14) @ Amazon.com (partially paid via gift certificate)
Unfortunately this Blu-ray from the US is from Canada and Region-A-locked. I will have to get the British version after all.
01 Mar – €2.07 ($10.49) @ Amazon.com
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)
Horrible Bosses (2011)
Chasing Amy (1997)
06 Mar – €8.28 (£6.83) @ Amazon.co.uk
Categories: DVD / Blu-ray, Purchase Diary 2012
Tags: An Evening With Kevin Smith · Bones · Chasing Amy · Chuck · Clear and Present Danger · Clerks · Cobra · Demolition Man · Die Hard · Doctor Who · Eagle Eye · Fantomas · Glee · Going the Distance · Harold & Kumar · HOP · Horrible Bosses · House M.D. · Leverage · No Strings Attached · Patriot Games · Pirates of the Caribbean · Pulp Fiction · Red Scorpion · The Guild · The Hangover · The Hunt for Red October · The Italian Job
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Haplin, Minnesota is a small town where not much happens. At least in the past five years. Before that a serial killer known as the Magic Man killed one person each year for seven years. Then he vanished without a trace – just like his victims who were never found.
But here is something brewing. New people come into town, a man gets brutally killed and the sheriff has some sort of breakdown that is somehow connected to one of the newcomers.
I’m a bit confused. Is this pure mystery? Is there a supernatural element in the story? What’s up with Chloe?
The pilot felt a bit rushed because so many different characters had to be introduced (however briefly) but it certainly looks intriguing and I’ll continue to watch.
The show has quite a number of known faces, among them Amy Acker (Angel, Dollhouse), M.C. Gainey (LOST), Sam Neill (The Hunt for Red October, Merlin) and Abraham Benrubi (Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, ER).