Species 4 ‘Bad Hair Day’

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It’s mating season over at Fox, and the bitch is back! Trump’s nasty hair was all over Megyn’s you know what. Now she can’t wear a bikini to the beach because they are in a love-lock for the rest of the political season, and, perhaps all the way to the White House where they will spawn Rug Rats and Rancor Babies.

Jon Presco

http://www.grindtv.com/wildlife/donald-trumps-hair-discovered-crawling-in-amazon/#0v9cjItjBzeoXt2P.97

Natasha Tony Henstridge (born August 15, 1974) is a Canadian actress and former fashion model. In 1995, she came to prominence with her debut movie role as the genetically engineered human-alien hybrid Sil in the science-fiction thriller

http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/25/politics/donald-trump-megyn-kelly-tweets/

Then he tweeted another one, suggesting Kelly goes back on vacation: “I liked The Kelly File much better without @megynkelly. Perhaps she could take another eleven day unscheduled vacation!”

He even retweeted a tweet calling her a “bimbo” and another that says “she came back looking like Nancy Grace.”

This comes after the real estate mogul was under fire for escalating a feud with Kelly when he told CNN’s Don Lemon earlier this month that Kelly “had blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.”

Trump drew swift condemnation from conservatives and was uninvited from the RedState Gathering, a conservative event featuring GOP presidential hopefuls earlier this month in Atlanta. Trump and Fox News president Roger Ailes had reportedly cleared the air after the fight began, but it’s not clear what his most recent comments might mean for his relationship to the channel.

Species is a 1995 American science fiction horror film directed by Roger Donaldson, and starring Natasha Henstridge, Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker and Marg Helgenberger. The film is about a group of scientists who try to track down and trap a killer alien seductress before she successfully mates with a human male.

The film produced one theatrical sequel in 1998, Species II, which had Henstridge, Madsen and Helgenberger reprise their roles. It was followed by the direct-to-video Species III in 2004 and Species: The Awakening in 2007, which stands as a stand-alone film, not as an official follow-up to the previous three films.

Sil tries first to mate with a man she meets at a nightclub, but after sensing that he is diabetic, she rejects him. Unsatisfied, he tries to forcibly initiate sex, prompting her to kill him by puncturing his skull with her tongue. She then tries to mate with a man she meets after a car accident. They swim in the man’s pool where Sil forces him to open his swimming trunks in order to mate, but he refuses. This act is interrupted by Press and Laura. She kills the man and flees naked into a forest without being seen by the team. She pretends to be a rape victim and then proceeds to kidnap a woman. She fakes her death by crashing the woman’s car into a high voltage transformer during a high-speed chase.

After cutting and dyeing her hair, she takes an attraction to Press. Arden, who is upset at not having found himself a woman, walks into his room to find Sil waiting there. She has intercourse with Arden, then kills him when he realizes who she is. Dan senses that Sil is in the hotel and he alerts Press, Laura, and the rest of the team. She escapes and they follow her into the sewers where Fitch is subsequently killed. Sil gives birth and Dan finds her offspring, it attacks him and he destroys the child. Sil, angered, attacks the trio and tries to kill Press and Dan. Press uses a grenade launcher on her, blowing her head off. The trio leaves the area. The last scene shows a rat chewing on one of Sil’s severed tentacles; it starts to mutate into a vicious beast and attacks another rat.

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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