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Guerrilla Reviewfare: PWG ELEVEN
It's not like they re-invented the wheel or anything, but they did a great job of building the match and ending at their peak, all while timing some very good high impact nearfalls before it. In PWG, that's all I can really ask of two . Steen kicks
Contains the cult classics THE ATOMIC BRAIN, LOVE AFTER DEATH and THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLDTHE ATOMIC BRAIN: Wishing to become young again, a crazy old lady hires a mad doctor to transplant her aged brain into the body of a sexy young model. But the doc's experiments with atomic power, animal brains and the bodies of the dead unleash such monstrosities as a female zombie, a furry-faced dog-man and a woman with The Atomic Brain of a cat who eats mice and sits meowing atop the roof of the old lady's house! LOVE AFTER DEATH Delicate cataleptic Mr. Montel is buried alive by his two-timing "virgin wife" Sofia and dastardly Dr. Anderson, but moments after his funeral, Montel claws himself out of the grave and swears vengeance on his wife by. becoming a sex maniac. The creepy little guy was a dud-in-bed before, but now he's turned on by every women he meets and learns there's nothing quite like Love After Death. THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD: John Carradine invents a newfangled diving bell and sends Robert Clarke (The Hideous Sun Demon) and Phyllis Coates (TV's Lois Lane) down to The Incredible Petrified World where they're menaced by a volcano ready to pop its top and a sex-crazed hermit about to do the same! A truly twisted Triple Bill from the Bowels of B-Movie Hell!
English Seamen and Divers
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has proven benefi cial for many types of wounds including diabetic ulcers, burns and wounds related to radiation therapy. But where did this technology come from? Who discovered oxygen? How did the Navy discover that divers could be treated for the bends in a hyperbaric chamber? How does hyperbaric science relate to airline pilots, deep sea divers and astronauts? All these topics will be explored; from the fi rst submariner to the largest hyperbaric chamber. The scientists throughout history have been gathered here along with their discoveries pertaining to hyperbaric environments. We employ hyperbaric science and the laws of gas every time we fl y in a jet, prepare food with a pressure cooker or even dive into a swimming pool. Man has always been driven to...
Category: Video Reviews. stdClass Object ( [term_id] => 16 [name] => Video Reviews [slug] => video-reviews [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 35 [taxonomy] => face3_wrestling_category [description] => [parent] => 0 [count] => 5738 [object_id] => 412030 [filter] =>... --> Array (  => 1442107410:395 ) [_edit_last] => Array (  => 395 ) [_the411] => Array (  => So I'm happy to say I was much, much more satisfied with ELEVEN this time around. It still has its hang-ups, but the good far outweighs the bad. The Elgin/Gargano vs. Best Friends match is something I'd advise anybody to seek out, and the ACH/Alexander match is a fantastic entry in an already extensive athletic catalogue for the two. The Kevin Steen farewell is emotional, exciting, and features one of the most surprising finishes in PWG that went a long way to help set up the future for a company that is soon losing its most vital components. While the show falters a bit after the Steen match, the main event is absolutely phenomenal and in my opinion, seminal viewing for someone looking to delve into PWG. It's a very outward MOTYC for 2014, in my opinion and if you're a fan of hardcore wrestling mixed with a great story, you could do a lot worse than seek it out. Nearly annoyingly so. I'd have a bigger hang-up about it had the longer matches been bad, but aside from the disappointing and self-indulgent World Title match, every match here uses its time fairly wisely and pays off well in the end. You're getting a good amount of wrestling for your money, but it might be hard to watch in one sitting. Nonetheless, this is another fantastic show from PWG leading into their biggest tournament ever. ) [_rating] => Array (  => 8. 5 ) [411_custom_featured_check] => Array (  => 0 ) [411_custom_spotlight_check] => Array (  => 0 ) [411_custom_not_show_feature] => Array (  => 0 ) [411_custom_mustread_check] => Array (  => 0 )... After a year of resistance and telling myself this and that, my annoying brain has finally gotten fed up with the fact that I never finished off PWG’s 2014 shows. I’ve reviewed every single PWG show since 2012—as well as many Ring of Honor shows—and I’ve slipped on that hardcore in the past year. Which isn’t a HUGE deal, but seeing as though I have a child due any day now (and will probably be here by the time these reviews see the light of day), I won’t have the time to catch up on these for the time being. And since I have only three shows to catch up on, I might as well get that out of the way before real life hits me in the face like a ton of bricks. We are TAPED from the American Legion in Reseda, CA. Your hosts are Excalibur and the gang, including the last PWG commentary performance of one Kevin Steen. Tommaso Ciampa vs. Rocky Romero. I’ve never been a fan of Rocky Romero’s singles matches (his match with Alex Koslov at the show before this was just terrible) and Tommaso is very hit and miss when it comes to his PWG output. Ciampa charges at Rocky to start and they throw heavy leather in the earlygoings. That is, until Rocky pokes Ciampa in the eye to get an upperhand. Ciampa falls for the rope-trick that TJ Perkins and Rocky do, and takes a disgusting bump as Rocky moves. You’d think if you use that spot in every single match, your opponents would eventually clue into it, right. Ciampa won’t let Rocky rana him as they get back into the ring, and Ciampa cleverly counters a Sliced Bread #2 into a backbreaker. Eva Marie shits on you, Rocky Romero. They trade backrakes and clubbing blows, and Tommaso throws some falling headbutts for good measure. Ciampa goes up top, but that proves a mistake as Rocky crotches him and superplexes Ciampa directly on his sunburn. They trade some more strikes as Ciampa recovers, but Rocky quickly sends Tommaso outside with a hurricanrana, followed by a nice Tope Suicida. Ciampa one-ups Romero however, dropkicking Rocky out of mid-air for a two count. Tommaso cleverly schoolboy’s Rocky hard into the turnbuckle, followed by the running knees.
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