There’s no way around it, this is a particularly terrifying matchup. Our own Renchick suggested the Reavers back when we first introduced this tournament concept oh-so-long ago, and we were amazed that we had managed to forget them. From there, the biggest problem was who we could possibly put them up against.
So many shows have re-imagined monsters in the last little while, it’s almost becoming a tradition in the cinematic business. Some, it must be said, have been more successful than others. Some details in the reinvention of vampires in True Blood, for instance, have been positively brilliant, despite moments of campiness for the [...]
It’s about time somebody codified the law regarding cell phone usage. Some people just weren’t getting it. I’m looking at you, Professor.
Do you want your baby to be the only one incapable of identifying a threat, brandishing a shotgun, and dealing swift, holy justice? Start preparing for the zombie apocalypse early!
People on the Internet love to have an argument and be right, that’s mostly why I’m here. But remember, just because that idiot that you suspect of being a 15 year old mouth-breather is being a pompous jackass about ridiculous semantics, he may have a point. One seemingly harmless apostrophe could turn a clever [...]
If the Zombie Apocalypse does start, I’m just going to surround my house with treadmills and leave them running. I should be fine.
OK, before you get all bent out of shape let me clarify: I own and have enjoyed Apple products. I have also owned and enjoyed other products. I would not call myself a fanboy, but I have been to an Apple store and it did feel very much like this. It’s like being in [...]
Are you a huge fan of “The Walking Dead” but wish you had a convenient way to spoil the series for yourself and see where in the real world each of the events in the series took place? Me neither. Somebody figured it was important, and the results are actually kind of cool: a [...]
On August 25, 1835 the first of a fantastic series of articles was published. Supposedly written by a Dr. Andrew Grant and published in the Edinburgh Journal of Science, this series of articles claimed Sir John Herschel had discovered a vast array of life on the moon; including unicorns, biped beavers, and furry winged humanoid bats. He did all this from an observatory he had built in Cape Town, South Africa.
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