Friday, November 23, 2012
With the roster of characters on "The Walking Dead" constantly changing, it's inevitable that every once in a while, there is the addition of characters that fans have been waiting to see.
Two characters in particular that are going to be appearing in the second half of the third season include Morgan Jones from the first season of the TV series, and Tyreese, a fan favorite from the comic book.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Episode 304 "Killer Within" starts with someone making a trail of blood and guts of a deer up to the prison and through an open gate. He is drawing the walkers in on purpose, to get rid of Rick and his group, and boy does it have disastrous results.
Saturday, November 17, 2012
I came across a new Slender Man video today made by BlackBox TV on Youtube called "Proxy: A Slender Man Story." It is filmed from the point of view of a Slender Man proxy-- which is a term for his agents; people who he has possessed or compelled to work for him and torment his victims when he is not around.
Friday, November 16, 2012
After the demise of one (possibly two) major cast member(s), and one minor character last week, we're left wondering if Rick is going to come out of his psychotic rage, or if he has completely lost his marbles. Let's watch the sneak peek to see what happens next.
In this episode of "The Walking Dead" we have the return of Merle Dixon, we learn more about Michonne, and see that Andrea has not grown as a character in the slightest since last season. Sigh.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
There's nothing better than to relax after a long arduous day of frustrating interaction with family members that you hardly know, or like, than to watch a cheesy schlock-fest of a horror comedy. This is doubly so when it comes to the torture that is Thanksgiving.
This year, the foul mouthed Turkie from "ThanksKilling" is back, and back on a rampage. He's pissed because all of the copies of "ThanksKilling 2" were destroyed--except for one-- and Turkie will stop at nothing to get it back.
The original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" ending with a poor girl running and screaming for her life from the maniacs that lived at the Sawyer house. The locals got together and burnt the Sawyer's stronghold to the ground. They believe that they killed the entire family... They were wrong.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
"Tricks and Treats" begins with the lovely Jenna Tatum hysterically running away from Bloody Face while she attempts to find her lover's cell phone in order to call for help. She is chased into the room where her hubby had his arm ripped of, and manages to get the phone just as Bloody Face stabs the love of her live to death. Well, sort of.... Even after being repeatedly stabbed in the chest, and bleeding profusely from the gaping wound where his arm used to be, he manages to muster up enough strength to body check Bloody Face later on in the next episode. Must be all that adrenaline.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Dear Capcom, You Can't Please Everyone,
so why not just make a game that appeals to your own fan base and not another genre's?
While it is understandable for a video game company to attempt to create a product that sells to the broadest audience as possible in order to make the most money, what Capcom did with "Resident Evil 6" is a dismal attempt to make a game that panders to several audiences that exist outside of its survival horror niche.
Friday, November 9, 2012
"Silent Hill: Revelation" is a continuation of the first "Silent Hill" movie, and unfortunately, it pales in comparison to its predecessor. The ending was good though, with a monster fight that would make most Silent Hill fanboys have a geek-gasm over.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
When we last left off in Let's Play Silent Hill Part 2, we had solved the clock tower puzzle and had just entered the Nightmare Realm of Midwhich Elementary School... man is this place creepy. You just never know when something is going to lunge out of the darkness and try to chew your ankles off.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
I found the first sneak peek of "World War Z" online today, courtesy of Shock 'Til You Drop. It's a video clip from ET. Check it out!
"World War Z" is based on Max Brooks' novel, "World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War." The movie is about a United Nations employee, Gerry Lane (played by Brad Pitt), who is racing against time in an attempt to stop a zombie pandemic that is bringing about the end of the world as we know it.
Monday, November 5, 2012
I came across this "Resident Evil" fan film today and just had to share it! The spooky ambiance and suspense alone is enough to put the ridiculous Hollywood versions of the movies to shame. Check it out!