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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Chesapeake Bay is a seaside town that relies...... more
Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Chesapeake Bay is a seaside town that relies on water and the dockside tourism it brings to the community. When two biological researchers find a staggering level of toxicity in the water they attempt to alert the mayor before the situation gets out of control. However, the mayor refuses to raise the alarm in fear of creating a panic among the citizens of the docile town. As a result, a deadly plague is unleashed, turning the people of Chesapeake Bay into hosts for a mutant breed of parasites. Taking control of their minds, and eventually their bodies, the parasites soon cause the town to descend in absolute terror as they quickly realise the harrowing reality they are faced with. Actors Kristen Connolly, Jane McNeill, Christopher Denham, Kether Donohue, Michael Beasley, Andy Stahl, Anthony Reynolds, Lauren Cohn, David Andalman, Dave Hager, Jody Thompson, Mellie Boozer, Stephen Kunken, John Harrington Bland & Stacy RabonDirector Barry LevinsonCertificate 15 years and overYear 2012Screen 1.85:1Languages EnglishSubtitles English ; English for the hearing impairedClosedCaptions YesDuration 1 hour and 24 minutes (approx)
Advantages: Accessible, attractive, atmospheric Disadvantages: Covers too small an area
...descends, and a red navigation light flashes out to sea. When you turn to retrace your footsteps, a trail of luminescent dots discloses the habitations on the far side of the bay of the Somme.
* Why go, and how? *
Even the most enthusiastic advocates (like me) of overnight shopping/eating/drinking trips to France have to admit that the area around Calais and Boulogne does sometimes become a bit...
10.03.2007 15:13 (23.09.2008 20:49) ·Read review
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Review of Bay of the Somme
Advantages: tasty addition to stews and cassorole Disadvantages: maybe to strong for your taste
...established in the pot re-plant it outside. It likes to be in a sunny but shaded place in the garden.
They may die off in the winter but should throw new shoots during the following spring.
Bay is a native to the east mediterranean but have been grown in europe for years. They are a very popular herb to grow in your herb garden as they have a good use in cookery. You can use the leaves dried or fresh...
02.07.2009 10:40 ·Read review
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Review of Bay
Advantages: see review Disadvantages: not that great!
...Before leaving for our trip to Australia, I spent a lot of time deciding where we would stay and our *must see* destinations .Near the top of the list was Fraser Island, the worlds largest sand Island and a world heritage site. We had planned to spend a few days on the Isalnd, but needed somewhere to stay before taking the trip, as we planned to travel from Noosa. Hervey Bay was the obvious...