Aug 5, 2013

RhoDeo 1331 Lexxxx

Hello,  not much sports news today the US mens swimming relay team scored a DNF but the girls had no such error and got the gold, as did Dutch swimming babe Ranomi as did a china man who collected another after the 400, 800 now the 1500 m freestyle totally dominance, he must be a demi-god in China.

Japan lauched talking robot,Kirobo today destined for International Space Station, it is designed to be companion for astronaut Koichi Wakata. They are the.  one country in the world that takes creating humanoid robots very seriously. Although Kirobo stands just 34cm tall, weighs slightly less than a kilo, and is modelled on a beloved Japanese cartoon figure, Astro Boy, it would be quite wrong, indeed grossly offensive, to describe it as a toy. It will also relay messages and commands from the control centre to Wakata, and keep records of all their conversations.

Summertime, and something special to keep you cool, 4 weeks of the lead in movies of what must be some of the craziest, campy and creepy Sci-Fi, death everywhere, you won't see Hollywood dare something like this, seriously it's great fun. Hailed as "the most imaginative Sci-Fi since The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" (New York Daily News), Lexx follows the nomadic existence of four misfit characters who have inadvertently stolen the most powerful weapon of destruction ever made: a Manhattan-sized, genetically-modified insect-ship. Filled with eccentric stowaways, outrageous planets and more, a must-see mix of laughs and sci-fi action. Today the final episode of season 1 with death looming everywhere, Malcolm McDowell joins the action  ... NJoy

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The Lexx is a rather fantastic organic space warship using technology derived from the Insect Wars. Lexx is `the most destructive force in the two known universes'. The excellent TV series runs to three seasons and beyond, although in many respects the spin-off TV series never quite re-captures the startlingly stark and surreal world shown in the original `films'. These films are now on offer here numbered 1.1 to 1.4. To some extent the films have an `ending' .

Lexx presents a dystopia created by the insect wars of the Light Universe that carried on for millennia until the human race destroyed the insects. Under the totalitarian rule of His Shadow (Walter Borden), all humans are assigned a place in the Universe. Difficulties are ironed out through reassignment, banishment, or death. Xev, an enormously fat and homely woman raised to be a wife, is sent for reassignment by her rejecting adolescent husband. She is to be molecularly transformed into a love slave, but rebels against His Shadow break in. Just as she is put into the reassignment machine, a Cluster lizard falls in as well, imbuing the suddenly beautiful and hypersexed Xev with a lizard’s personality and physical agility. A domestic robot model 790 (the voice of Jeffrey Hirshfield)—or rather, just his head—gets the full love slave treatment and falls deeply and exclusively in love with Xev.

Stanley is a pretty disgusting human being, a menial in a red jumpsuit and pillbox cap who basically only wants to get laid. By misadventure, he ends up getting from the rebels the key to The Lexx, a powerful insect/machine created by His Shadow to blow up troublesome planets. Because the key is biologically coded to Stanley’s DNA, he is the only person who can command The Lexx.

Kai, last of the Brunnen-G, resisters who were destroyed by His Shadow’s forces, was killed 2,000 years before and enlisted into the Cluster’s army of assassins. He is kept animated by protoblood and is awakened from cryostasis to retrieve The Lexx. The entire first season is devoted to uncovering the plots underlying the insect wars, the shifting alliances that put Kai in league with Stanley, Xev, and 790, and lead them to destroy the Light Universe and travel into the even more dreaded Dark Universe.

"Lexx" is SF that is funny, sexy and deranged. It has a different type of humour and is far funnier than "Red Dwarf". "Lexx" is a Canadian-German (Series 1-3) and Canadian-UK (Series 4) co-production, so stands in contrast to te usual formulised Hollywood product. In fact life is cheap throughout the whole series, deaths run in the billions but thats mostly background, yet many of the characters crossing the path of our crew don't live to tell the tale. Great art work and graphics.

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The cleansing of the Cluster is complete and the birth of the Giga Shadow is progressing. These events are unknown to the crew of Lexx when they decide to journey to the Cluster for one last attempt to get the proto-blood Kai needs to continue his existence. However the Giga Shadow Priesthood led by Malcolm McDowell have their own ideas ....

Lexx 1-4-Giga Shadow pt 1 (rar 350mb)

Lexx 1-4-Giga Shadow pt 2 (rar 293mb)

Lexx 104 - Giga Shadow  85:05 Featuring

Brian Downey Stanley H. Tweedle
Eva Habermann Zev Bellringer
Michael McManus  Kai
Jeffrey Hirschfield  Robothead 790 (voice)
Malcolm McDowell - Yottskry
Michael Habeck - Feppo

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Lexx 1-1-I Worship His Shadow- 1 (rar-1 350mb)
Lexx 1-1-I Worship His Shadow- 2 (rar-2 331mb)

Lexx 1-2-Super Nova 1 (rar-1 350mb)
Lexx 1-2-Super Nova 2 (rar-2 297mb)

Lexx 1-3-Eating Pattern 1 (rar 350mb)
Lexx 1-3-Eating Pattern 2 (rar 322mb)

Lexx @ Wiki

Lexx complete 19 disc set @

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