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Video Games / Re: Deadpool
« on: July 05, 2013, 07:05:40 PM »

Start with a trailer to get people talking.

Add what you think about the game before you

Add spoilers. And when you do, add spoiler tags. Makes people more easy about reading threads.

Random Bullshit / Re: Who's the toughest celebrity you could take on?
« on: June 23, 2013, 09:31:17 AM »
No, but you are queer.  [*deal*]

Television / Re: Official Pro-Wrestling Thread
« on: June 20, 2013, 02:19:07 PM »
I read that Bryan wasn't seriously injured. He suffered a stinger, but will be alright otherwise. He shouldn't miss any time away from the ring. Though, the dirtsheets are reporting that he was actually supposed to win the match on Monday and later got into a heated debate with Triple H backstage. Not sure how true the last bits are, but it's interesting nonetheless.

The Mark Henry segment was masterfully executed. Before last year, I honestly didn't give a shit about Henry, but after the Hall of Pain run, he's one of my top favorites in the WWE.

Brock vs Punk could be interesting. In interviews not conducted with WWE, Punk has been pretty critical of Brock, but has given him some praise on his in-ring abilities. It'll be interesting to see if that's brought up in this feud. Also, really digging Punk's "Wolverine" look.

While I do like that Jericho realizes that putting newer or struggling talent over would benefit the company, he really needs to not lose as much. Otherwise, it won't be much of a benefit, if any at all. He's slowly starting to lose credibility in terms of how important a win over him is. Yeah, the announcers can bring up him beating Austin and Rock in the same night to become the first Undisputed champion, but that was a decade ago and doesn't really hold water in the ever evolving roster of the WWE.

Also, the promos for the Wyatt family continue to be awesome. They're unlike any other vignette the WWE has done before and Wyatt remains super compelling despite not officially debuting on WWE television yet. Once he does, it'll be glorious.

Other Movies / Re: Man of Steel (2013)
« on: June 19, 2013, 09:18:16 PM »
I'm not a Superman fan either and really wasn't looking forward to this movie. The things that gave me hope were that the Nolans were producing, David S. Goyer was writing, and Snyder was directing. Granted, Snyder's last film Suckerpunch was a giant piece of shit, but at least I could expect some decent visuals with this one. But everything I've heard about this has been extremely negative. Not nearly as negative as Superman returns, but a lot of people were let down it seems. I'll likely end up waiting until this one hits DVD and give it a rental or something.

Random Bullshit / Re: Who's the toughest celebrity you could take on?
« on: June 16, 2013, 01:27:29 PM »
If no one else wants to step up to the plate, I will.

I'd imagine that, if anything, you'd have to fight off all of the other people who despise him just to get a single foot near him.
I meant from the people that posted here. Though if we're talking about everyone that doesn't like him, I'd imagine you'd be right.

Horror Talk / Re: Freddy likes it up the ass
« on: June 16, 2013, 08:04:34 AM »
Just read that the entire Friday the 13th film series will be released in a box set for the first time ever for BluRay owners. Friday the 13th fans have Christopher Nolan to thank for that.  [*deal*]

Other Movies / Re: Non horror scares
« on: June 16, 2013, 08:02:53 AM »
I genuinely can't recall ever being scared by a non horror film. Think the closest I got was with Robert Patrick as the T-1000 in T2. He was intimidating as hell. Though, I'm not sure "intimidating" is equal to "scary."

Random Bullshit / Re: Who's the toughest celebrity you could take on?
« on: June 16, 2013, 07:57:06 AM »
Considering we don't really hear all too much about celebrities getting into scuffles, I don't really know who I could take on. Especially since we can't really take most of their acting careers as something relevant to their "skill" in fighting.
There are quite a few that train in martial arts, so there's no telling how well one could hold up in a fight with them. For example, Nicholas Cage is either a blue or brown belt (I forget which) in Gracie Jiu Jitsu. So ending up in close quarters against him probably wouldn't be a good way to go.

You son of a...
He has it coming and you know it!  [*angry*]

Another celebrity that could use a good ass whooping, Justin Bieber. If no one else wants to step up to the plate, I will. Been hearing just how much of a douchebag this kid is, and no, I'm not talking about his music. Apparently, he's really reckless in the neighborhood he lives in (going about 100 mph in a Ferrari down the street as children are outside playing.)

Random Bullshit / Re: Who's the toughest celebrity you could take on?
« on: June 14, 2013, 02:24:42 AM »
Peter Dinklage. Every time someone says how great he is in Game of Thrones irritates me to no end. Then I have to see that fart smeller's face when I watch HBO and they whore out that show before and after every movie (might as well throw it in between the movies as well, fuckers.) Yeah, he's a midget, but I'm not exactly 6'0 myself. I'd expect to get hit in the dick once or twice, but I'm confident that I could uppercut him through the ceiling.

Video Games / Re: Jack Bauer is now Solid Snake
« on: June 13, 2013, 12:14:53 AM »
The new trailer hit during the Microsoft press conference at E3 (probably the only highlight of said conference other than the announcement of a new Killer Instinct game) and it looks phenomenal. Yesterday, the "Red Band" trailer hit, which is about 3 minutes longer than the preview we got at E3. Both of which contain a little bit of gameplay footage. Check it out (best watched in 1080p)

Random Bullshit / Re: Best of youtube
« on: June 10, 2013, 11:30:23 PM »
This is one of my favorite things on youtube. I've watched it a lot. Probably too much.

Horror Talk / Re: Freddy likes it up the ass
« on: June 10, 2013, 11:28:38 PM »
It's definitely campy, but what else could we expect from a crossover like that? Worst case scenario would be the AvP films, best case scenario is what FvJ is. Dumb fun. Though, I have a feeling Ronny Yiu (sp?) meant for it to be more than it was, but that's based off of a commentary track that I last listened to about a decade ago.

Other Movies / Re: Drive
« on: June 10, 2013, 11:26:41 PM »
I've yet to see Drive, but I've heard nothing but good things. Due to not seeing it, I avoided the first post (no offense, Crash.) I just don't want to have it spoiled for me (course, if there are spoilers in the aforementioned post and I read them, it'd be my own fault.) At any rate, yeah.....I'll get around to Drive eventually.

Television / Re: Official Pro-Wrestling Thread
« on: June 10, 2013, 11:23:59 PM »
Seems to me that WWE realizes how over Bryan is. If they didn't, I don't think he'd be involved with the Shield at all. I mean, the matches he and Kane have had with Reigns, Rollins, and Ambrose has been the most entertaining part of Raw for the last month or so. Not to mention, after Smackdown this past Friday, it would seem WWE is setting Bryan up to feud with Orton which could be pretty interesting.

Video Games / Re: Jack Bauer is now Solid Snake
« on: June 09, 2013, 08:11:24 AM »
Didn't particularly care for Metal Gear Solid 3. Thought Peace Walker was way better. But yeah, everyone's known Kiefer was Snake since GDC a couple months ago. Kojima was merely confirming it at the Konami Pre-E3 thing. What's more puzzling is that Kojima replaced Hayter, the American voice actor of Snake/Big Boss, but not the Japanese voice actor.

Hayter's in good company, though as Kevin Conroy also got the shaft for Arkham Origins. They now join Michael Ironside who was Sam Fisher in Splinter Cell.  [*no*]

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