When I first saw this show announced, I thought..."Well, that's interesting." Then I kinda sat back and figured that this is going to be one hell of a show. I am not an ICP at all, but I sure do love Mushroomhead. Bring the Rap and bring the Metal, cause ICP and Mushroomhead are coming to The Orbit Room on Sept. 25th at The Orbit Room!
Even though I am a metal-man, we all have to start somewhere. Many people may consider this band stupid or tongue in cheek, but I will never stop loving KISS. If it wasn't for these 4 guys in war paint, I would never have loved rock as much as I do today. I have seen them a few times, but every show I go to is just as awesome as the previous one...except.
Seems like everyone is doing these Ice Bucket Challenges, even A-List celebrities. These guys make millions of dollars every day and the amount of money that has been donated so far is great! However, Steve-O points out something in the A-List celebrity video's that they seem to be missing, and he makes a good point.
Yesterday at Celebration! Cinema, I was able to catch a showing of the new "Expendables" movie. I have seen the other three in theaters and they were basically action movies with body limbs flying everywhere.
What, "Expendables 3" the same way?
The action was there, but it was missing one thing that I didn't notice until I got my movie ticket.
I don't own a Playstation 4, but after watching this terrifying teaser that is available on PS4 right now, I am encouraged to buy one now. I loved the original Silent Hill on PSX, and to me is still the definition of Survival Horror.
If the game is anything like the teaser is showing, we may have a new champion.
1993, that glorious film by the name of Jurassic Park showed up in theaters. I remember begging my mother to bring me to the theater to see it, which in the end, I saw it about 5 times in theaters if I remember right. I had action figures, play sets, etc. I freakin' loved Jurassic Park.
19 years later after the film was released, I finally got to visit Jurassic Park.
Blood, guts, decapitations, death, and heavy metal. This game is the definition of all of that! When this game was first announced, I got pretty excited. It was an old school beat em' up in the 21st century. The game has been critically panned by critics everywhere, but I loved it.
Ben Croshaw, better known as Yahtzee has added a new series to his popular Zero Punctuation web series. Yahtzee is not only talking about the new games on whether they were good or bad, he is now attacking some old school retro games and their history.
Yahtzee tackles the history of E.T. for Atari 2600 and the Game Industry after and how it's changed...or not.
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