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VERSUS GIRL #25 - Scream Queen Material

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at 11:52 AM

Scream Queen #3. This time the Versus Girl is Rose McGowan. I've been thinking this girl needs all the attention she can handle for being brave enough to date Marilyn Manson. Can you still believe she strutted the red carpet in a string dress? That thing showed everything! It was the same as being nude. And has anyone noticed after that the strange series of stars that have worn see-through tops? It's like Rose started something. I don't know how to explain it but it's like sensorship is easing up on nudity on T.V. too, and with swear words. I can't believe any of those girls in Hollywood would go around in a top or dress that shows off the breasts underneath. That's a kind of gutsy only seen in Hollywood I'm afraid. Cause' it's crazy. Some of the actresses I've seen doing that are some of the young, newer ones. Rose is definitely different than any out there though, you can't compare her to anyone. She has this dark vibe, and I'm not sure if it's cause' of the color of her hair or her career. She was perfect for the part in "Planet Terror". I always liked her even though I don't usually like the bad-girls as much. But that's her appeal, and that's what got her the parts she got, sometimes you have to embrace the path that life gives you. She's hot, and she knows it. But she's not a nudist!

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Baby likes to play with knives!"

Baphomet Rose To Give Us Life


Versus Music #14. Well it's high time for Mr. Baphomet to come out n' play. Baphomet is a guy with a bad reputation. He's a demon from Hell. And why am I mentioning this guy? Well you see he reminds me of my latest new versus music band Samael. Samael being another demon from the bloody pits of Hell. They have a song named "Baphomet's Throne" and I never knew what that song meant until now. I bet these two get together and hang out all the time. They sound like friends. But then again.. in Hell not many are friends. I love that song so much that it's the song I stand by whenever mentioning this band. It is from their older work of course but that's their heaviest stuff. Their newer stuff isn't quite as heavy, they've become experimental, but it still has a cool sound to it. They just felt the need to change to get a new crowd. That's cool, it's a strategy that a lot of people use. You change your sound and look and you get a whole bunch of new people. As for being Satanists, I don't think they're pushing that stuff anymore, but not everyone can be like Deicide with a cross burnt into the forehead. Some bands have some really great older stuff. I love the vocals and the rhythm on that song so much, check it out or die!

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "That guy sure looks like a carnivore!"

Shock Rocker

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, April 29, 2008 at 8:49 PM

Versus Movie #23. Whatever happened to haunted house movies? I was remembering "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and thought about that. But that movie is a musical. I don't really care for musicals, I just liked the movie for what it was. Like Elvira, that sort of stuff used to be in. The 80's had tons of cyberpunk and haunted house movies, very cool when you think about it. Like "Hellraiser", the original haunted house movie. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is one of those few movies that gets a massive following even many years later. Why? Because it was more than a simple movie. It was theatrical, crazy, cool, alive, and it focused on being entertaining, rather than being a movie. Most movies are straight-forward drama with half of the time or more being dialogue. And even though I'm not crazy about musicals I can't get those songs out of my head! Tim Curry went on to have a great career. I remember last seeing him in a T.V. show where he was like a butler, I think, for a family that had a 16 year old daughter that went to this "underwear party" in one episode where all the 16 year olds were in their underwear! How insane is that?! But it was a funny show. He reminds me of Robert Downey Jr. sort of. This movie mighta been shocking in a couple ways, but controversy usually helps. I liked it, the style showed through very well.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "That was some twizted shiznit!"

WTO Warz - Part 1


What does everyone think about the idea of one currency? Or one language? These are things that I've heard about being possible after the WTO meeting in Seattle that everyone was against. World trade is a very good thing as far as other countries and our country all getting more money. And other countries need more money badly. But a lot think it would be leading to the beginning of one world government and all that crap. Not necessarily. But it is true if world trade existed then things like one world currency would become easier to implement. So it could lead to other things. Then there was Osama destroying the World Trade Center, I'm starting to see a pattern here! But we need world trade to be able to get a lot of things we can't get from ourselves alone, and there are many, many things that we sell here from other countries. And if we don't get things from other countries then those countries would become even more poor than they might already be. That could be disastrous! And then we'd be in major debt because we don't have enough money for anything because over half of our goods are from other countries! That would cause a real depression. I see why people don't like the WTO but at the same time the alternative is not better. Things like the WTO could help people in other countries get a better economy, thus helping us get a better economy. We need other countries to have a good economy, there's no way around it! So I am biased on that issue. I understand perfectly why people don't want it, but it's in the name of progressing and the whole world working together, not trying to create a monopoly of some sort and having a world leader. Video games like "Deus Ex: Invisible War" cover topics like the WTO and in that game you have 4 endings to choose from. One is the ending for the people, without the WTO, one is with it, one is for the people that can survive in any climate, and the last is for the race that thought they were perfect.-which seemed like cyborg humans. This is an advanced vision. And I can honestly say I don't think it would be so bad. But the fear of one currency and one language is enough to scare people. Because that would lead to one government. Hmmm... now it sounds bad to me all over again... try playing that game 4 times to get every ending and then tell me what you think! Then on the other side of the coin there the thought that the WTO would destroy small businesses altogether. Leaving only corporations. Which is something most cyberpunk stories warn about. But that's the struggle isn't it? To get a better economy for our country and others what will we do? We alone cannot have a good economy if other countries are suffering. That's a tough issue, because as well all know, it doesn't matter how many riots you create, or how many homes or SUV's you burn, progress is likely because people want to work together. I can only be an observer in this mess, knowing that we all want that sci-fi future like in many movies with floating cars and stuff but we won't have that without change. The real paranoia is whether the WTO would actually change things for the better or whether they really are just vying for world dominance. You never know... the cyberpunks might be right!! This is the sort of stuff that makes really great fiction writing. It reminds me all of that scene in "The Stand" by Stephen King where Kathy Bates is a talk show host on the radio warning of the Army taking over during the plague and the Army come to her radio station and gun her down. I think change and progress are inevitable, and if it isn't the right path only something very strong could go against that. But in the end it's all fate. Personally, I'd like to see futuristic cities and stuff like out of "Star Wars", but how would we get there is the question? Should we fight it?

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "It all sounds like a really bad fortune cookie!"

PVC Futures


Now that I think about it I can see why "Underworld" did so good. The style is perfect, with the werewolves living in the sewers and the outfit that the female wore. That latex-looking outfit. That was the best outfit they could've picked for her. Usually an outfit like that wouldn't look like it fits the situation or purpose but in this movie they made it a thing of fashion. I could actually imagine people dressing in that outfit when I saw it on her. It's the sort of thing you could imagine at a goth fashion show, and they do have such things. If it were the right type of material it'd be really easy to move around in too. Of course that style only really looks good on a woman, because it shows every curve. But that should be evolution, going from baggy, formless clothes to clothes that show a woman's every curve. In the future sexy will be the norm and people won't feel ashamed to show off their figures as much. And fashions like that could end up being casual wear of the future, where as now it seems a bit out of place except on a vampire. The girl's gun was amazing too, it reminded me of Robocop's gun. I bet that kind of outfit could keep a girl warm in cold weather pretty well too.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I like to watch her walk away in that outfit!"

Are We Going Backwards With Censorship?

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, April 28, 2008 at 9:10 PM

I've recently heard about the drama with Miley Cyrus, it was all over MSN, which I think is my homepage. The poor girl can't even do a risque photo without people thinking it's sick. That is sad. In the top pic you see Jodie Foster at the age of 12 posing nude after being in "Taxi Driver". Every punk has heard of that movie and nobody was thinking perverted after watching it, everyone was rooting for the shooter, a punk Robert Dinero, that shot all the bad guys. I remember in movies like "Animal House" there was a 13 year old sleeping with a 21 year old guy. Now days that would be blasphemous! There is something really wrong there if things don't progress for the better. I hear crap like 17 year old guys being charged with something for sleeping with a willing 15 year old girl and then I hear about Miley and I think "Who cares! She's not a sex symbol at that age, she's just expressing her sexuality." Which is something Britney Spears fought to overcome in this country, that paranoia, by doing very risqué stuff at 15. Miley is 15 too. But Disney won't like it-is the only argument that I've heard. There is no perversion in her innocent photos covering her breasts with a sheet; only an onlooker can choose to take these photos and be perverted with them, but the act of these girls posing like this is not perverted. It makes me sad that people can be young and pretty and yet we're so closed minded. What's the point of being young and cute then? You can't say there's no beauty in youth. Only repressed people would say that. Miley's parents are not repressed.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Nobody thought of it that way till it made the news!"

Dark Video Game Violence Triumph


Versus Game #16. It's good to see that video game violence isn't dead. I like the violent games really. Games are never senseless killing and we all know that. Unless it's about killing other people cause' they're fat or black or somethin'. But not even Grand Theft Auto 3 was about senseless killing of white people, people say that just cause' of the black main character. That doesn't mean anything. This game "The Darkness" for the PS3 is obviously violent, but it's got a cool story. A man that used to be a mob enforcer becomes this "thing" and starts taking out the mob. Ironic isn't it! That "dark" thing turns him into something to go against the real darkness in the world. I like the idea a lot really when I think about it. I may not have that completely correct, but I think it is. It's the idea of a demon using you for a job to vanquish other bad people to find redemption for yourself. Otherwise a man might go to Hell. It's an adaption from a comic and a very cool one at that. I don't think there's anything about Hell in there but I could be wrong. I don't read too many comics but I did notice this one and it really caught my eye. I used to read a lot of comics but now I don't live near a comic shop, which is a real drag!!! It's the art of showing the reader what you want them to see, in digestible doses. The game is the full effect.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I am now afraid of the dark all over again!"

An Animal Like No Other

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, April 27, 2008 at 8:00 PM

What the Hell is that thing you're probably thinking? It's the large worm from "Tremors". That worm is huge of course, but I have this theory that could make that seem plausible. Ya see, in the beginning many creatures were huge, dolphins were the size of submarines, cats were huge, birds hunted people(if they existed back then), sharks were 8 times as big or bigger, and the list goes on. Every animal used to be huge, even dragonflies. Even crocodiles. So why couldn't there be a huge prehistoric worm? I bet there could've been, but we'd never know since worms have no bones. Except this one, if it was possible, well they aren't bones, but a sharp beak as tough as bone. And every animal started out huge & carnivorous! So the idea of a carnivorous, large prehistoric worm is very real. It probably never existed, but it could. It's pretty odd when you look into this stuff enough, squids were 10 times as big, and octopuses, and all sorts of land animals too. There have even been scientist accounts of finding bones to what resemble 9 foot tall orangu-men with golden hair covering their bodies in the forests of Vietnam. They even drew pictures in caves. If that's real then that means Bigfoot could be real! So why couldn't a huge man-eating worm exist? It could! That makes me like this movie more.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Is that a prehistoric vagina!?!"

Triple The Fun, Triple The Trouble


Versus Science #22. So are 3 breasts better than 2? It's like something out of "Total Recall" or somethin'. I don't think I could ever really get used to that. Now I'm wondering if that's ever happened to anyone. You never know, I've heard of many things happening at birth. It would shock you really just how many mutations occur in this world. And they say none of them are caused by radiation even though most happen around areas where radioactive weapons were used! I've heard of milk with added hormones to make cows grow more making teenage girls grow bigger breasts so it probably could happen. How ironic is it that this added ingredient would make underage teenage girls' breasts bigger!?! That's a joke waiting to happen. I bet guys loved that when it started happening. I'm not shy, it's not a pervy statement, it's just the truth. I bet tons of guys were diggin' that! And 3 breasts is just as crazy. I've heard of 6 legged chickens, 5 legged cows, 6 legged turkeys, and other things, Hell, why not 3 breasts! Maybe the guy with 2 dicks would like the girl with 3 breasts. That's how it goes. As for me, I'm on a very adventurous quest to find the perfect breasts. Haha. And I'm also looking for the mythical monogomous nympho!

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I'll have to inspect before I can make an informed decision!"

Toxic Shopping


Future fashions can become extreme. Depending on what happens of course. If we all suffer a fate like nuclear armageddon then cyberpunk would become huge! And so would the cyberpunk fashions! That isn't something to look forward to though, since cyberpunk isn't just dealing with the possibility of a disastrous future. But it does make for a good idea of revolution, and the cyberpunks would be the revolutionaries in a world torn apart by nuclear devastation. The mask in these pictures is the type of thing they'd sell in windows at malls if we had a future like that, can you even begin to imagine that?? That is too frightening to me. People wouldn't be able to flirt with people unless they got indoors where people could take off their masks. Criminals would infest the toxic parts of the city thinking they're o.k. when they're probably not by wearing these fashions. And if that happened, malls would scan people to make sure they're not from toxic areas of the city, and probably shoot them if they were! Yet others would grow immune, but that would take a long time and some very strong gene evolution. But it is within the realm of possibility to be immune to radioactivity. I don't know how, but it is possible.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "The chicks love a sexi face mask!"

PS3 Country Vs. Global Warming


Vs. Match #10. In China they have an 11 percent college acceptance rate. 11% is practically nobody, but that's how competitive it is there to get into college!! Can you imagine the good grades you would have to have in a country like that to go to college!!?! I've heard of kids killing themselves if they don't get good grades over there, in Japan. It's probably the same in China, or worse. I can't imagine that kind of competition. Yet they have a 90% employment rate! How does that happen? I don't know but it does show that things need to change here. They have so many people that there's a customer for everything. A new product sells massively right away over there, even if it's unknown. And they can afford to advance technologically in ways we can't due to having enough customers to try practically anything. I'm shocked when I hear about half the advances that go on there that we aren't even thinking about. But you need the customers. Things like credit card driven pop and candy machines, or a phone that acts as a credit card that you can use to pay anywhere! Or portable T.V. hard drives for digital cable. And they can have so many fashions going on over there that would never work here. It all goes to show you how much consumerism helps. But you have to take the good with the bad. They can only have one child per household, and most of the time they'll abort if it's a girl! How shocking is that?! That sounds like India. Do countries like those even realize the implications of having more men in their societies? With a shortage of women many social problems could occur, including higher crime rates. They predict that millions of men in China will be unmarried. That's not good to have that sort of situation, as a matter of fact it's very bad. Yet that's the kind of world we live in, and there are too many people in some countries. They have about 4 times as many people as the U.S.A. in China, which is a smaller country. All I know is those asian girls can be quite cute, I had a Chinese girlfriend once, and she was damn hot! And you gotta remember, this is a country where they fuzz out the private parts in porno movies, which means a lot of repressed men and women!! That can lead to crime too. It's interesting to look at the social differences of them compared to us. At this rate of population growth in certain countries it makes you wonder if they're more worried about having enough room for all those people or global warming? They way they're reproducing we should be thinking about finding a new planet Earth! For real! What will it be like if they tell families that they can't even have one birth in the family!? It's very possible. They bury their dead in towers because there isn't enough room above ground. I do wish them luck, I love the Sony Playstation, and yes that comes from China!

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I wanna play with those girls!"

X Out The Voices In Your Head

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, April 25, 2008 at 1:29 AM

Versus Art #15. Am I the only one that thinks Rob Zombie is doing the work of Charles Manson? Well even if he's not he does bare an uncanny resemblance to the bushy bearded man. I'm wondering if it's some sort of statement like hiding his face. You never know sometimes celebrities have dysfunctions. Like being able to sing in front of thousands but possibly hiding your face behind a beard. Now don't get me wrong I think he's the coolest, but one does have to wonder after he never ever changed his look. It's like he thinks he's Charles Manson. But he's still alive so that'd be kinda weird. And that "X" in the forehead thing, obviously Manson. But he turned it into a pop-goth look. Turning Charles Manson into a thing of entertainment. And Marilyn Manson, wow, that's two out of two, who'da thought that? Kinda weird? Maybe, maybe not, but if a third comes out then I'll start to wonder. You have to admit no matter how much you might hate Marilyn Manson, he does have the perfect name. And here even in Rob Zombie's art of the ratfink there's an X on the forehead. To think Charles Manson talks like a crazy person and people really wanted to follow him. He sounds like a total lunatic when you hear him talk on the court channel. But I suppose you have to imagine him looking younger and sounding more convincing in some way. In some odd way he reminds me of Hitler, at least in younger pictures. The notion of a man that could get some hippie girls to kill celebrities for him and live on a ranch is a wild idea and seems worthy of goth-dom.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Can I play Tic Tac Toe on his forehead?!"

Poisonous Youth

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 6:10 PM

Versus Movie #22. This movie seems cool enough to be here. You see cyberpunk isn't just cyberpunk, it's also anything cool. The modern definition anyhow. I try to stick to mostly sci-fi though so as to not break the mold usually. The movie is "The Young Poisoner's Handbook". I've seen this movie a while ago though, like years ago now, but it really stood out enough to me, in another life I woulda been a good soldier or hitman, but in this life I'm all about the ladies. I love women, but back to the subject... Since chemistry sorta falls loosely into the science AKA cyberpunk realm I thought it'd work. So what is it that makes a kid able to do such things? I'm not really sure but if it's possible then this movie is a perfect picture of how a kid could feel that way. I thought it was a great movie in all aspects, acting, effects, story, everything. Sure the subject is a bit morose but it's not a movie-person's movie, it's a specific movie about a particular type of thing. And while the subject is dark, this sort of movie gets put into the "black comedy" department usually. There's nothing wrong with a good black comedy, it's the beauty of being human, we can create such absurd things like this that animals would never ponder for entertainment. We all have a dark part that wishes we could "off" our boss or others at times but we all also have to control ourselves. This movie is just an exploration of one kid's letting go of those thoughts that keep the rest of us from going insane. But in the end, if a kid is abused and traumatized, then nobody would blame him. But sometimes even self defense can get you put in prison, it's just not a good idea if you can help it. We all need to control that part of us, and making light of it is a good way. This movie appears to be based on a true story, wow... well it makes for a good movie.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Hey kid what'cha drinkin'?!"

VERSUS GIRL #24 - She's Everywhere


This girl is literally everywhere lately. She's showing up in all the latest movies. Last I heard was "In The Name Of The King" with Jason Statham. She's got an impressive list though. Recently she's been in "88 Minutes" with Al Pacino, and "The Wicker Man". And she was even in "Hercules" in 2005. I remember her from "Joyride", "The Glass House", and "My First Mister". She pretty young before those movies, I don't even remember her past that. It seems her time to shine is now. And I thought she'd been around longer, but she's still new to me when I think about it. She has an impressive list of movies now for a future director to see, "In The Name Of The King" will get her all the attention she can handle for sure. A few of her past movies sound French, maybe she knows French. I don't think I'd be the first to think this so I'll just say it, the girl is bountiful in the way of mammaries! I never really thought about it but upon seeing a newer picture of her I suddenly noticed how much she really did change. I don't care what her age is really, she looks good. I'll nickname her "bra-buster". I never did see The Wicker Man, but I wanted to, it's a re-make of an old movie. She's more well known for her younger work, but I think she's got a unique look to her and you gotta love her name: Lee Lee.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "She ain't no French Fry!"

Cyborg Punisher


If the punisher was a cyborg this is what he'd look like. I bet really that someday things like that will happen. Like "Robocop" where you think someone is dead but they come back as a cyborg to get revenge on the bad people that did them in. It's a very plausible idea. That kind of motivation can easily get a person to come back from the grave and take vengeance. Or maybe there'll be a killer that looks like this someday, a cyborg killer. That'd be insanely hard to kill. Sorta like an android with cyborg upgrades. As styles change we will see things that we take as deformities now as new fashion possibly, like a man getting cyborg implants or people synthesizing themselves. In the end it becomes a cyborg society. As punks take in the fashions in more extreme ways they unknowingly pave the way for more intense societal assimilation. So you can laugh at those punk rockers with green mohawks but they're the future. If viruses are the greatest means of change in humans then punks would be like that virus. Without them we would still change but not as fast. I think in the future free speech will be very real for this reason. But as free speech becomes more real so can revolutionary forces. We are already having to decided a president out of both a man of color and a woman, something that has never happened. What's next? A punk for president?

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "That bad ass should be in movies!"

Prophecies Of Time Repeated

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 11:28 AM

Both wealth and poverty spawn the spoils of war. And those spoils are always the same, the poor try to keep things that way so that they have the power. And the rich try to keep things that way so that the rich have power. It's what keeps people progressing, the need to be better than someone else. Of course not everyone thinks like that but most do. We are probably the only animal that feels this need too. It's what happens when you have a developed mind. There could be a time when there's nothing but chaos but it wouldn't last forever, like in "Road Warrior". The ages never last forever, life changes much like the way the stock market goes up and down in patterns. That's why Nostradamus was able to predict many wars to come, he caught on to a trend. Or was he psychic? I doubt it. They say he predicted the attacks even now days, I doubt it. It's all just something he may have witnessed as a pattern in the past and predicted as a pattern in the future. It's sad that it actually happened though. There could be a time of peace but whether it would last forever would depend on whether there's a need to tear something down. But there will always be men that want war. Poor or rich, men do not change. What can change is society. We don't need war for anything. Except maybe self defense. 1000 years from now Nostradamus will still be predicting things, unless we change that cycle. It's like the cycle of abuse. So now I'm wondering if Nostradamus was just a pessimist or psychic... I wonder what the church thinks of him...

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I could never live with a beard like that!"

Jason From My Generation

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, April 21, 2008 at 6:09 PM

Versus Movie #21. As I was watching this movie "Jason X" for the 4th time I couldn't help but feel this movie was one of the most cyberpunk movies I've ever seen. I mean for real, it exceeded my expectations by far. The "X" meaning my generation, Generation X that is. Just like that show "Mutant X", same idea. I have no idea what the big fuss was about my generation anyways... They took the idea of Jason Voorhees and made him out to be a being that could regenerate his body cells and heal at a rapid rate and create intense strength within his muscles. He was not the "Guy from Crystal Lake", but a being of amazing cellular properties, and a killer, which made him the ultimate test subject. Then they take it like 100 times further than you think they're gonna take it when those people from the future find him frozen in a hidden base on a dead Earth. Earth 2 was the new Earth since Earth was uninhabitable due to pollution and waste. Sounds realistic to me! That sounds exactly like what people of Earth would do to me, but then what kind of animals would we have on this Earth 2? And how would they get there? Could it be that someday we'll re-make Earth and re-grow the animals, thus making a mockery of all the turmoil we're going through now? Like the polar bears dying out. This movie has everything, VR gaming, cyborg androids (programmed for pleasure), healing dismembered limbs, great special effects, awesome story, it could be its own movie outside of the "Friday the 13th" series. It's its own thing. Now one of my favorites. And who can forget the camper girls saying "We love premarital sex!"

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "That movie is off the hook!"