Scorpius, Rose & Albus: Scorpius came out to have a good time, gets bollocked into a terribly undignified drinking contest, and ends up getting dragged back to school in a drunken mess by two gits who call themselves his friends.
Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Olsen attend the screening Of Marvel’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’ hosted by The Cinema Society with Audi & FIJI at Henry R. Luce Auditorium at Brookfield Place on May 4, 2016 in New York City.
If Dan Olsen, AKA, the man who downloaded CP and didn’t bother to report it in order to attack 8chan, is revealed to have a really awful past. Not because I think every person opposing GamerGate has an awful past, but it seems like the most vocal, most obsessed and most desperate of them always project their own insecurities, their own faults and failings, on to GamerGate.
You have Anita, McIntosh, Quinn and Wu, all claiming misogyny, but showing they have an inherently low opinion of women and only tolerate women who agree with them.
We know now that Ms Harper, who made the blockbot list and took issue with doxing, did just that to dozens of GamerGate facebook accounts.
We know Sarah Butts now has a rather… unpleasant past, having apparently expressed thoughts of pedophilia and animal abuse.
Todd in the Shadows who took so much offense at somebody using a wario hat as an icon, because it disrespected his dead friend, decided to figuratively stand upon his friend’s grave and used the deceased as a weapon to attack GamerGate.
Now, Dan could be a really stand up guy. But given what I’ve seen, the track record of Anti-Gamer’s top crusaders and ‘investigators’, they have a penchant for accusing others of exactly in what they engage in. It would not surprise me that Dan’s 'investigating’ into child porn might net him a very unpleasant visit from the Mounties.
If you missed Stake Land II’s premiere as part of Syfy’s 31 Days of Halloween, you’ll be happy to learn that the film is being digitally released on February 7, followed by Blu-ray and DVD on February 14 via Dark Sky Films.
Subtitled The Stakelander, the sequel to 2010’s hit vampire apocalypse thriller is co-directed by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen (Body). Original director Jim Mickle serves as executive producer.
Nick Damici and Connor Paolo reprise their roles, with Damici also serving as screenwriter. Laura Abramsen, A.C. Peterson, Bonnie Dennison, Kristina Hughes, and Steven Williams round out the cast.
A trailer should be dropping in the near future. Until then, here’s the synopsis:
Stake Land II is a new adventure set several years after the events in Stake Land, in which mankind must struggle to survive in the wake of a vampire apocalypse. When his home in New Eden is destroyed by a revitalized Brotherhood and its new Vamp leader, Martin finds himself alone in the badlands of America with only the distant memory of his mentor, the legendary vampire hunter Mister, to guide him. Roaming the wilderness of a steadily decaying country, Martin searches for the one man who can help him exact revenge.