A crime syndicate places a hit on a billionaire's daughter, making her the target of an elite assassin squad. A small band of down-and-out mercenaries protects her, fighting tooth and nail to stop the assassins from reaching their target.
An arrogant college football player turns professional, taking his bad attitude with him.
Live concert from 2016 Bang Your Head!!! festival concert, a set which illustrates the very best of what Annihilator is known for - tight, sharp, technically excellent and melodic thrash metal music and some exclusive inside-Annihilator off-stage perspective, courtesy of Jeff Waters's own camera, which captures further elements, flavors and detail of the band which fans will flip over.
Ex-assassin, Dina Lo Bianca, receives an offer she cannot refuse, thrusting her back into the world of hired guns, espionage, and surveillance. Thriple Threat is an action filled thriller loaded with bikinis, bikes, and brawls. A fun, entertaining, rocking feature with rising star talent presented by a true independent film director.
Strikeforce: Triple Threat was the fourth mixed martial arts event promoted by Strikeforce. The event took place at the HP Pavilion at San Jose in San Jose, California on December 8, 2006. The main card featured the Strikeforce debut of Gina Carano.
Triple Threat is an American television game show that pitted two teams of three generations against each other to test their knowledge of past and present television, movies and music. Produced by Television Program Enterprises, the original version aired in weekly syndication from October 8, 1988 to October 1, 1989. A second version aired daily on the BET cable network from September 14, 1992 to September 17, 1993. The original version was hosted by Jim Lange and sub-hosted by Alan Hunter. Spencer Christian hosted the BET version. The original series was produced at the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood, while the 1990s run of the show was taped at NBA Entertainment Studios in Secaucus, New Jersey. The announcers were Sam Riddle on the 1988 version and John Walker on the 1992 version. The original pilot was hosted by Sam Riddle and announced by Johnny Gilbert, with Ben Vereen and his daughter and Scott Baio and his mother as the celeb duos.