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A Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger and Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees finally duked it out on the big screen in 2003′s Freddy vs Jason, but bringing horror’s two biggest icons together was no ease feat. 

Slash of the Titans: The Road to Freddy vs Jason is a new, 248-page book from Harker Press that delves into the decade of development behind the film, which involved spending $4 million on 17 screenwriters to find the right script.

Author Dustin McNeill (Phantasm Exhumed) gives a comprehensive look at ten different versions of the script, with insight from producers, executives, developers, and talent, including Sean Cunningham, Robert Englund, and Ken Kirzinger.

From the author of Phantasm Exhumed comes Slash of the Titans, a revealing look at why it took New Line Cinema nearly ten years and four-million-dollars to find the right screenplay for Freddy vs Jason. Featuring new interviews with the original writers and filmmakers, Slash details the production’s troubled history from the surprise ending of Jason Goes to Hell all the way to the crossover’s red carpet premiere. Read about the many rejected storylines and learn how the project was eventually able to escape from development hell. This is the story of one film, two horror icons and seventeen screenwriters!

Pick up Slash of the Titans for $19.39 on Amazon.

Some SU Stats (as of the most recent Stevenbomb)

1.) The series currently has a raw length of 21 hours and 14 minutes.


2.) 4.2% of the entire show so far was released on January 2nd, 2017.


3.) If you printed every frame of Steven Universe so far on a piece of standard printer paper and stacked them, the stack would be 1108.8 feet tall, or 338 meters.


4.) It is still possible to watch every single episode in one day at full speed. This will stop being possible when episode 134 airs.


5.) The longest vocal song is Here Comes a Thought at 3 minutes and 21 seconds. The longest instrumental is Return to the Beach - Jasper at 3 minutes and 48 seconds.


6.) “Steven” is said 1028 times, “Amethyst” is said 310 times, “Pearl” is said 293 times, and “Garnet” is said 248 times.


7.) Pearl’s gem in real life would be worth approximately $35 million, more than all three living diamonds combined (each being around $11 million).


8.) Lapis’ ocean tower would’ve eradicated most if not all life on earth, and if she had used the entire atlantic optimally, the tower would be 12.05 trillion miles tall, or 2.05 light years.

9.) Mr. Greg is exactly 75% song. The episode with the second highest song density is Mindful Education at 31%.

10.) Season 1 has the highest song density. Song density has consistently decreased every season.


11.) Secret Team is the episode with the highest ratings, at 2.46 million viewers.


12.) In Island Adventure, Steven, Lars, and Sadie were missing for 16 days at the very least.

The rarest possible instance in pokemon (via EnixLeDerp on reddit)

The rarest thing is probably encountering a horde of 5 shiny Spinda with identical spot patterns with perfect IV’s, same gender, a hidden ability, the same nature, and all with Pokerus, which is a 1 in 1.166516e+120 chance of happening.

To see that as a full number, that’s a 1 in 1,166,516,000,000,000,512,216,872,712,104,384,496,808,632,888,240,896,
408,176,648,456,104,152,960,072,944,640,808,264,456,544,600,392,064,
040,352,200,480,240,248 chance of happening.

In words, thats a one in one novemtrigintillion, one hundred and sixty-six octotrigintillion, five hundred and sixteen septentrigintillion, five hundred and twelve tretrigintillion, two hundred and sixteen duotrigintillion, eight hundred and seventy-two untrigintillion, seven hundred and twelve trigintillion, one hundred and four novemvigintillion, three hundred and eighty-four octovigintillion, four hundred and ninety-six septenvigintillion, eight hundred and eight sexvigintillion, six hundred and thirty-two quinvigintillion, eight hundred and eighty-eight quattuorvigintillion, two hundred and forty trevigintillion, eight hundred and ninety-six duovigintillion, four hundred and eight unvigintillion, one hundred and seventy-six vigintillion, six hundred and forty-eight novemdecillion, four hundred and fifty-six octodecillion, one hundred and four septendecillion, one hundred and fifty-two sexdecillion, nine hundred and sixty quindecillion, seventy-two quattuordecillion, nine hundred and forty-four tredecillion, six hundred and forty duodecillion, eight hundred and eight undecillion, two hundred and sixty-four decillion, four hundred and fifty-six nonillion, five hundred and forty-four octillion, six hundred septillion, three hundred and ninety-two sextillion, sixty-four quintillion, forty quadrillion, three hundred and fifty-two trillion, two hundred billion, four hundred and eighty million, two hundred and forty thousand, two hundred and forty-eight chance of happening. You’re more likely to win the lottery one milion billion trillion quadrillion quintillion sextillion septillion times.

You’re more likely to guess what atom someone has chosen throughout all of the entire universe than this happening.

Kitchen Floor

Summary: You’re teaching Chanyeol how to make pancakes meanwhile he’s teaching you how to make love on the kitchen floor.

Members: Chanyeol x Reader

Type: Smut

Length: 1,248

-Admin R

Originally posted by incrediyeol


“Jagi-ah, hurry! I’m hungry!” Chanyeol whines as he wraps his arms around you from behind, resting his chin on the top of your head.

“Chan, you’re the one who is supposed to be cooking here… not me!” you whine back at him. He kisses the top of your head before stepping to the side of you, playfully nudging you with his arm.

“Okay, okay, Y/N. I’m ready to make pancakes!” He says cheerfully, flashing you a smile brighter than the early morning rays gleaming through your shared apartment windows. Your stomach does tiny somersaults looking at Chanyeol’s soft skin glowing under the morning light, and his bed hair tousled so perfectly you’d think the hairstyle was intentional.

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