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Winter Soldier testimony -Jon Turner
03/27/08, 12:16

You usage of the word "ideals" suggests that you believe your opposition doesn't have any. This explains a lot.
Tommy - She's a BITCH!
03/27/08, 07:18

This is what Condemned 2 is lacking - singing, babbling hobos. They'd provide a nice break between the masses intent on killing you.
Diff'rent Strokes - Gordon Jump, Child Molester
03/21/08, 13:23

Five stars for the use of the term "Molestolair" in the description alone.
The end of the universe
03/21/08, 10:14

Needs some Seattle's Best Coffee employees rioting, throwing bricks through the windows, and looting.
Zero Punctuation: Turok
03/20/08, 10:06

Oh man, that Phantasm sphere.... good call on that.

Blood 2 was a case where the modding community really did wonders to improve the game far more than the developers did.
Doctor Who and rocks
03/19/08, 17:53

Yup, Baker is the saving grace. The bit from The Creature in the Pit where he's basically giving a blob-ish alien some sort of fellacio is priceless.
Doctor Who and rocks
03/19/08, 17:34

Tom Baker's sixth season is largely jokey shit, a real turnaround from the Hinchcliffe/Holmes horror stuff of his first three or so seasons. Douglas Adams was script editor on Doctor Who for this year (and was simultaneously developing his radio version of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy at the same time I do believe). The two GOOD stories out of this season were City of Death (the one with the John Cleese cameo) which was co-written by Adams and Shada, which was never properly finished due to... I think a strike at the BBC at the time. There's a nifty Paul McGann version of Shada available on CD from Big Finish though, and Adams cannibalized some characters, chunks, and concepts from it for the novel Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency - particularly Professor Chronotis and his time travelling room.
Zero Punctuation: Turok
03/19/08, 17:30

Hey, it's Blood! Great game. Pity the sequel turned out so poorly.

Most pure FPS's I've played the last few years I've found too short and too... blah, though I have dug the hell out of the Condemned games, despite the fact that three quarters or more of their environments tend to consist of "Shithole, trash-riddled tenement building."
Zero Punctuation: Devil May Cry 4
03/05/08, 17:54

Dark Knight Strikes Again flashbacks? Why would Yahtzee wish to hurt us so?
Alien vs Hunter
03/05/08, 14:32

Roger Corman would be proud.
Alt Text: Volume 1
02/29/08, 16:47

The Internet Humor equivalent of Cancer.
Thai Insurance CM - 'Daddy' with Eng sub
02/08/08, 16:44

Christ, and I thought those early-morning things on Headline News - "His young son Steve" - and all that was manipulative.
Guitar rising
02/08/08, 16:04

Er, okay, I'll tell my sturdy-as-hell '90 SG that.
JBL kicks out illegal immigrants
02/08/08, 15:27

Wow. Call up Limbaugh and Coulter, I think we just found their "Real Conservative" to replace Romney.
Guitar rising
02/08/08, 14:35

Since when was Gibson cheap crap?
Kevin Murphy on Chris Kattan.
02/07/08, 14:08

Yeah, I dunno. For me a lot of the magic faded during the first season on Sci-Fi (except for Werewolf, Puma Man, and Incredibly Strange Creatures... which were awesome) and I just kinda lost interest.
Kevin Murphy on Chris Kattan.
02/07/08, 12:49

As much as I liked MST3K in its day, the post-show cottage industry these guys are trying to be is... well, kinda getting old.
George W. Bush = Abraham Lincoln
02/04/08, 18:07

"but from what I've seen, the Democratic leaders get a LOT of votes by using rhetoric that causes people to feel oppressed, like they need government intervention to make it in a world of oppressors."

Whereas the current administration just dropped the "oppression" angle and continually tries to convince us that if we don't give up our civil liberties (which we find out they're trying to take away AFTER the fact) that instead of oppression it's decimation?

Which is worse, a perceived image of oppression or fearmongering?
tame the beast
01/25/08, 13:52

Five stars for Charlie Manson's eyes.
Dracula vs Val Helsing
01/10/08, 01:40

I'm not sure I'd go as far as to say "ahead of its time" in regards to its lack of score... was that really a conscious stylistic choice?

Regardless, sometimes the music-less approach works as far as tension goes... sometimes it doesn't. The recent film The Mist, for example, sometimes pulls it off - and sometimes the film drags because of it.

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