playback.delete.rewind @playback-delete-rewindactive 1 year ago
I really liked when RE:4 was ported to the PC, Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, and Ipad. After being a Gamecube exclusive of course.
My favorite moment was choosing the chainsaw sisters in RE:4. Just the fact that while you […]
playback.delete.rewind commented on the post, [BD Book Giveaway] Scott Campbell’s ‘The Great Showdowns’ 1 year, 1 month ago
Picture 1: The Exorcist
Picture 2: The Shining
Picture 3: Friday the 13th part 3
Picture 4: Rosemary’s Baby
Picture 5: Psycho
Picture 6: Jaws
Picture 7: The Thing
Picture 8: The Fly
Picture 9: Invasion Of […]
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In reply to: flyingtoast99 posted an update in the group CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST FANS Sure it was bad. Really bad. But it doesn’t hurt to talk about it. :soapbox: View
yea the turtle scene is what got me. everything else was good to go. except of course the moral issues.
Thought’s/comments. I read it and loved it. Yea it’s kinda like “The Mist” but with not monsters I understand that. But it really is so much more. The hatred i felt for some the characters in the book was unlike anything else I have experienced during a book before. I really thought it was excellent writing. Back to his former self with the…[Read more]
I liked it a lot, but it’s not one of my favorites. One thing I really love about all of his novels is that you can find dated pop culture references in them, like slang that was popular at the time or lyrics from George Thorogood or Ramones songs. Since Under the Dome is happening in present day, he uses current references to pop culture that…[Read more]
I thought it was really great. King finally got back to his roots. The characterization was awesome.
I thought Under the Dome was a new take on beings from another world. This def kept me wanting to read it every chance I got. The characters and what they were going through felt real, and I felt everyone of their emotions.