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THE VIRUS IS SPREADING? Picking up immediately after the events of the first film, this riveting sequel follows Riley (Matt Mercer, Contracted), now infected and running out of time, as he attempts to find out more about the virus and its mysterious host. As he digs deeper into its origins, Riley attracts the attention of a detective (Marianna Palka, Good Dick) who doubts his innocence, and BJ (Morgan Peter Brown, Absentia), who holds the key to the virus (and perhaps the destruction of mankind as we know it) leading to a blood-soaked finale you have to see to believe. Hang on to your barf bags, buckle up, and get ready for the genre ride of the year!
The Phoenix Prescription
Eight years ago paramedic Lawson Dunlop had a maverick reputation. Then he became a single dad! Since that day, when a little pink bundle captured his heart, Lawson's daughter, Matilda, has been everything to him. Victoria Dunleavy fell hopelessly in love with her gorgeous colleague from the moment she saw the unruly sparkle in Lawson's eyes. But he only sees her as his paramedic partner...until Vic decides to leave. Suddenly Lawson realizes that Vic is not only incredible with his little girl, but she's breathtakingly beautiful to boot! It's time to promote his partner from paramedic to mother...and wife!
Isolated in a New England hospital by the Blizzard of 1978, training surgeon Timothy Voight becomes solely responsible for two injured lovers. Danny Ferrone drives to Eastport north of Boston with his fiance, Ashley Laughton, to counsel his brother, Tony, a Vietnam Vet about Tony's dark war secret. His Porsche crashes. Danny is terribly burned. Ashley is comatose with a serious head-injured. The brother's father, Anthony Ferrone, the most powerful lawyer in Massachusetts, insists Danny be transferred to Boston. Tony sees similarities between his brother's injuries and those he saw in the jungle. The blizzard hammers New England, isolating Voight with no surgeons to guide him. Only his nemesis, neurosurgeon Bruce Chalmers, remains in-house. Voight hatches a unique treatment scheme...
Hiya there folks Josh Flickinger here to talk about some football. I'm just so gosh-darn jazzed about those Green Bay Packers. I really think they made some good moves this offseason, and are really primed to have another great season. Oh my what is that. Oh, oh look it's Rob Lucas. Oh my goodness he's got a steel folding chair. OH, YOU ALL THOUGHT I WAS DONE. I would just move to Colorado and you'd be done with me. Let me tell you something, Brother, you can't get rid of me that easy. You can swap, swing, or swear at me, but I'll always come back and be all up in your potato salad. I want this to be absolutely clear to all of you-you will never be done with me. Never. So open up your brains because I'm about to drop some. The Chicago Bears had the best offseason maybe in NFL history. They completely revamped their receiving group, brought back key players, and, for the first time maybe ever, have an offensive scheme from the 21st Century. And that was all before Saturday when they traded for Khalil Mack. You know, the best pass rusher in football. The missing piece to the Bears' puzzle. Future Aaron Rodgers destroyer. Khalil Freakin' Mack. But Mack is more than that. He was the missing piece to the Packers' puzzle, too. He was the piece the Packers needed to kick open that Super Bowl door for Rodgers. He's a great teammate, durable player, and a true blue-chip game-changer. And the Bears beat the Packers for him. Now, perhaps the Packers really couldn't afford him with Rodgers just signing that huge deal. Perhaps the Packers didn't want to trade two first rounders (both of which would probably be in the 20s). Perhaps the Raiders preferred trading him to Chicago regardless. But perhaps. perhaps the Packers just didn't want to be bold. Perhaps the Packers are OK just being good. but didn't want to try to be great. It's hard to be great. Risk-taking inherently involves something the Packers don't often do-take risks. The Bears have taken risks, and it's blown up in their face. Many, many times. The Bear-Packer tide has shifted and Khalil Mack was just the final piece. It started when the Packers wooed Vic Fangio but he didn't leave. Then when the Packers signed Kyle Fuller to an offer sheet, the Bears matched. Then, finally, the Bears made the move the Packers were too scared to make. They traded for a future Hall of Famer. The best part is we get to see this the first week of the season. Sunday night (way better than Monday night. The world gets to see how far the Bears have come and let me promise you, it's very far. Like, Great Wall of China far. So spoiler alert, I'm picking the Bears for week one. And another spoiler, I'll be here each week for the duration of the season. I may have moved away, but I'm not done with all of you yet. • Falcons at Eagles: Is Nic Foles starting this game. I think he is. But who cares because the Eagles are the Super Bowl winner and they win at home for the opener. EAGLES 27, FALCONS 24. • Bears at Packers: Khali. BEARS 27, PACKERS 21. Steelers at Browns: I watched Hard Knocks. the Browns still stink. STEELERS 30, BROWNS 17. • Bengals at Colts: Andrew Luck is back. By all reports, he's healthy and ready to go. While I believe the Bengals will be competitive, I'll feel Lucky this week (see what I did there. COLTS 24, BENGALS 21. • Titans at Dolphins: I wish Jay was still playing. I miss Jay. TITANS 21, DOLPHINS 14. • 49ers at Vikings: The perennial Super Bowl favorite won't stumble to San Fran. • Texans at Patriots: Deshaun Watson is back for the Texans, but color me skeptical that he will be a superstar right away. It should take a few games to get back in the flow and that means the Pats get the win. PATRIOTS 27, TEXANS 20. • Buccaneers at Saints: I feel really good about the Saints, which means I should probably pick against them. But I'll give Brees one more season to disappoint me. SAINTS 31, BUCS 17. • Jaguars at Giants: The Giants will be better under Shurmur, but not good enough yet. The Jaguars have high goals this year, so it starts with a road win in New York. JAGUARS 27, GIANTS 21. • Bills at Ravens: I saw the Bills are starting Nathan Peterman this week. RAVENS 30, BILLS 7. • Chiefs at Chargers: The loss of Alex Smith will lead to some growing pains for the Chiefs, which will start.
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