It’s come to my attention that a lot of folks in this fandom are young people. I’ve seen you guys talking about family issues, and I just want you guys to know that if you need to talk or want “parental” advice or have questions or need to vent about something you can’t talk or don’t feel comfortable talking to your own parent about. I’m here for you.
If we’re being completely honest, this is my favorite one. It was made after the year 2000, obviously, so special effects are spectacular. It also pits Freddy and Jason against each other. Horror movies between 1996 & 2006 are the best. They weren’t all super gory, or about ghosts, or stupid “found footage.” I feel like they were all monsters and slasher films. This was also the last time Robert Englund played Freddy, which sucks because he was the best Freddy. He didn’t have a mask, it was just his face. He was frightening without giving me nightmares. I guess that’s not a good thing, but for me it is. This movie is about Freddy needing kids to be scared of him again so he wakes up Jason and sends him to Elm Street to scare everyone back into remembering him. And then they compete in killing them all until they just try to kill each other instead. Really Jason is the villain in this movie and Freddy is the hero. It’s just a good campy horror movie.
Rating: B. This was the first Nightmare on Elm Street movie I ever watched when I was a kid…. Ok when I was like 12.
Imagine Scott Pilgrim, but when an ex respawns after defeat, we actually see how they react now that they’ve learned their lesson. Would any of them give Ramona a call and apologize? Or would they see it best to leave her alone?
shadowrun fashion week part 2: electric boogaloo!!! this time i included every PC or NPC that’s considered “mine” (meaning i designed/conceived them). left to right we’ve got kyle (NPC), ken (PC), dr. alvarez (NPC), laura (NPC), jitsuko (PC) and borislav (PC)
Ash meets Kiss in the pages of an upcoming comic miniseries! Kiss/Army of Darkness is written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims with art by Ruairí Coleman.
The first of five issues will be released on February 28 via Dynamite Entertainment. Three cover variants from artists Kyle Strahm, Goñi Montes, and Ken Haeser will be available.
Kiss is on top of the world and rocking faces until the night disciples of The Destroyer show up and the band disappears. With the tour canceled, a young Ash misses one of the most important events of his life that will change his destiny.