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Konami Reveals Zombie APOCALYPSE (Article) - 6/1/2009 4:18:07 PM

Konami were the makers of one of the best zombie games in the 90s called Zombies Ate My Neighbors. I wonder if this is a throwback to that game. It would be good fun to see a retelling/reimaging of ZAMN with a whole lot of dark comedy thrown in.

Witherspoon Isn't NICE (Article) - 4/17/2009 11:34:41 AM

Naw she drives them insane with her A-type personality , constant complaining, and relentless bitching, until they kill themselves.

Mania Giveaway: Friday the 13th Box Set (Article) - 3/13/2009 10:35:58 AM

Jason is dead. His body sunk to the bottom of Crystal Lake where it's dark, cold, and the flesh is melting away from his bones. His tortured soul wanders the Astral plane in search of a passage back to his beloved Camp where he can resume his murderous rampage. His death experience has caused him to meet some of the nastiest and most cruel psychopaths that ever existed. The freaks begin to ridicule and torture Jason in Hell, the Abyss, and other dark dimensions. Unknown to Jason his mother is assigned as one of the tormentors.

Mrs. Voorhies eventually learns that this pitiful creature is her son, Jason, and knows of a ritual for him to escape back Earth, at least into the spirit realm. Mrs. Voorhies soul is eternally doomed for her actions but Jason escapes and his dark soul manifests into a grotesque hockey mask wearing ghost of Crystal Lake. His newfound supernatural powers allow the bloodbath to continue. The only catch is that with every person Jason eliminates the victims’ souls grow angrier and begin to attack Jason. Jason’s only hope to survive would be to repossess his unreachable sunken body.
 

Unspecified Title (Article) - 11/25/2008 9:57:50 PM

<p><strong>Name:&nbsp;Damnation Alley</strong></p> <p><strong>Captain Trips</strong> -- The virus that wipes out 99.4% of the world's population in The Stand.</p> <p><strong>Maximus </strong>-- General of the Roman Army under Marcus Aurelius.</p> <p><strong>Damien Thorn</strong> -- The incarnation of the Devil on Earth.</p> <p><strong>The Thing</strong> -- Man is the warmest place to hide.</p> <p><strong>Johnny Bartlett</strong> -- The serial killing ghost&nbsp;from the Frighteners.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Unspecified Title (Article) - 9/22/2008 1:58:46 PM

Spectacular Show! Season 3 was quite a rollercoaster ride and the first episode of Season 4 was very entertaining. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~SPOILERS~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Remember though Sam has some crazy new powers, has an affair going on with Ruby, and out of nowhere an Angel shows up to raise Dean? The divine intervention may just be a disguise for what Lilith and/or Sam are really trying to accomplish. Also, Ruby seems as if she's searching for salvation so this may be a Season 4 subject for her character. I really like the psycho ghost episodes that are sprinkled in here and there, the vampire episodes are thankfully very few and far between, but most of the demons so far are just not that scary and the subject may have run its course. Don't get me wrong, hot and sassy girls scare me stiff but not in the way a Krueger/Voorhees/Deadite demon does. Hell, the flat-top 80s MTV video skank Gozer from Ghostbusters is scarier than some of these Supernatural demons. The Lilith demon who kept possessing little girls was pretty intense and I like the way the final Season 3 episode mimicked an old Twilight Zone episode – It’s a Good Life, but Ruby (and the new Ruby here in Season 4) are just plain smokin'. All we've ever seen of a demon is black smoke spewing from the mouths of the possessed. Maybe if there was some way the Winchester's could see the true demonic form. I know there needs to be an underlying theme to keep the show from becoming stale so really I am all for the Demonology stuff, but maybe let the Demons be more horrifying anarchists recruiting followers and lying waste to entire towns rather than pissy, busty beauties forming a Desperate Housewitch club. Supernatural, however, is an absolute A .

DVD Review of Supernatural Season 3 (Article) - 9/22/2008 1:43:13 PM

Spectacular Show! I totally agree Season 3 was quite a rollercoaster ride. I really like the psycho ghost episodes that are sprinkled in here and there, the vampire episodes are thankfully very few and far between, but most of the demons are just not that scary and may have run it's course. Don't get me wrong, hot and sassy girls scare me stiff but not in the way a Krueger/Voorhees/Deadite demon does. Hell, the flat-top 80s MTV <A class=iAs style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal! important; FONT-SIZE: 100%! important; PADDING-BOTTOM: 1px! important; COLOR: darkgreen! important; BORDER-BOTTOM: darkgreen 0.07em solid; BACKGROUND-COLOR: transparent! important; TEXT-DECORATION: underline! important" href="#" target=_blank itxtdid="6870697">video</A> skank Gozer from Ghostbusters is scarier than some of these Supernatural demons. The Lilith demon who kept possessing little girls was pretty intense and I like the way the final Season 3 episode mimicked an old Twilight Zone episode – It’s a Good Life, but Ruby (and the new Ruby here in Season 4) are just plain smokin'. I know there needs to be an underlying theme to keep the show from becoming stale so really I am all for the Demonology stuff, but maybe let the Demons be more horrifying anarchists recruiting followers and laying waste to entire towns rather than simply pissy, busty beauties starting a Desperate Housewitch club. Supernatural, however, is an absolute A .

Unspecified Title (Article) - 8/19/2008 9:39:30 AM

Wow look at all the nice blu-Ray titles like The Thing, Iron Man, and The Omen. Just think how wonderful it would be if the tight asses at Sony would lower the price of the player so we could actually afford to watch the movies.

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