Oct 312014
 
 Posted by at 9:55 am 9 Responses »

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In honor of the annual emergence of the freak in all of us, we’ll be streaming nothing but Ghostbusters all ding-dang day (Or at least a couple hours.) Peep the video above for a preview of what we’ll be playing, livestream is below. The festivities start at 11:30AM PACIFIC (2:30PM EASTERN)

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Oct 302014
 
 Posted by at 10:15 pm 13 Responses »

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Henry, Chris, and Dave are finally reunited to not only discuss the killer Age of Ultron trailer, but also talk about what we’ve been reading, have Dave do his best to catch us up on The Walking Dead (the show and the comic), and then we share our fears on the world of comics. Also, because this show is freaking CURSED, we recorded this mere hours before Marvel’s insane movie news, so that will have to wait until next week. Sigh… sorry…

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Oct 302014
 
 Posted by at 11:12 am 18 Responses »

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It’s Halloween! Well, Halloweek, at least. After a few weeks of spooky Top 5 topics, we dug deep into gaming’s roots for five seriously old-school horror games. Atari 2600 old-school. Terrifying. With that out of the way, it’s on to business as usual with Sunset Overdrive, Lords of the Fallen, the return of X-Wing and TIE Fighter, and your favorite in-game haunted houses.

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Oct 292014
 
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laser time, halloween movies, nightmare on elm street, saw, friday the 13th, halloween, texas chainsaw massacre

With Halloween almost upon us and the recent re-release of the original Saw movie, I wondered “which horror franchise is the best?” I am going to use Metacritic, Rotten Tomatoes, and Box Office Mojo as my guide to hopefully answer that question. Full disclosure: I’m a devout Michael Myers fan and personally betting on Halloween to be victorious. Let’s see.

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Oct 282014
 
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tales from the hood, halloween, review, laser time

There is nothing worse then remembering a long lost favorite movie, only to find out it’s…out of print. It’s been a while since I’ve experienced this horrible phenomenon, but last night while searching eBay for old movie posters, I ran across a Tales from the Hood theatrical print. I had not thought about this movie in years and was excited to purchase it from Amazon only to find out it was out of print on DVD.

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