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Monsters Hide In The Dark

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 11:50 PM

When it comes to H.P. Lovecraft I love everything. Even this crazy, cool lookin' comic. It's "The Darkness: Shadows And Flame" featuring H.P. Lovecraft inspired monsters. Very sweet. It almost looks like an alien from the movie "Alien". This style of monster they refer to has been seen in a lot of movies and stories. Something about the sea monster themes with human form mixed in has inspired tons of people. And The Darkness is no doubt a cool comic. It's one of my favorite ones. Cool that it's a game as well. I can't imagine how you mix the two but I love the idea as much as I love the idea of "Alien Vs. Predator". And I love that idea a lot, lol! The Darkness usually has monsters in it already, with tentacles of some sort or another so this isn't that far of a stretch ironically. The artwork is over the top gorgeous. I love most Image comics ever since "Spawn" came out a long time ago but I'd give this major kudos. This company, Top Cow, is a very good brand too for cool art. I wonder how this comic is doing since the spawning of the game. I bet the sales have gone through the roof. The story is very cool, so now it's even more insane with the induction of a wildly cool monster that looks much better than a lot of the movie monsters out there. I bet comic artists could come up with some wild monsters that rival anything you've ever seen. In my eyes this issue is a collector's item.

Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "Whatever it is I think I should kill it!"

Gaming Power Drain

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 11:27 PM

Versus Tek #29. Just recently I got a new "super computer". It's very much built like a gaming pc. They do have computers with more than mine though. The real gaming computers are quite powerful. It's funny to me that all that power is solely related to gaming only and nothing else. As if the most demanding tasks are those related to games. Ironic. In that way gaming does seem like a career, if you're a professional. The amount of memory these computers have is astounding, around 12 gigs! The hard drives go up to 2 TB! The i7 processor is costly compared to the i5. You can tell if you look at refurbished computers. Still, the i5 is a dual core that acts like a quad core. Aside from that there are some differences in cards for graphics, sound, or motherboards. The motto in gaming is "never enough power" apparently. I also like how they come with excellent fans or water cooling, although I like the fans better. When you get cool air out the back instead of hot air then you know your processor is doing just fine. Those 1 TB and 2 TB hard drives can get hotter than others too so you need a good fan. Water cooling simply works better. The speed, to me, is more necessary than anything else I think. When it comes to gaming business level speeds are what they require. Pictured here is a computer from Widow PC's. There are some other good brands out though.

Guest Commentator BLOOD MISTRESS says: "Really bloody games are the best!"

On A First Name Basis

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 3:31 PM

Shows with first names are showing up lately. They happen to spark your interest since all you see is a first name. Yet, they could go largely unnoticed until you realize what they're about. Once I realized what "Chuck" was about I started to like it. And "Dexter", on Showtime, does look to be really good too. So in the end you really can't judge a T.V. show by its name. Chuck so happens to be set in a store much like one you might know of by the name of Best Buy. Except in this show it's called Buy More. The Buy More is supposed to be a base of operations for this spy group. Strange to say the least, and that makes you wonder if spies really do have odd covers like that. Well, the rest is cool. His mother has something to do with why he's a spy, so it makes more sense. His girlfriend is smoking hot, a spy also. Go figure hot blondes want excitement huh? Now Dexter is similar in only one way. Both Chuck and Dexter lead double lives trying to cover up a wild secret. Where they differ is how Dexter is a sociopath with a killing streak that works for the cops as a blood splatter analyst. Wow! Do you end up taking Dexter's side in all this mayhem? You might, but don't become a sociopath. He ends up questioning his hobby of killing as he makes real relationships. That's the hardest thing in the world for a sociopath to do you know. Will he stop killing? Gotta watch and find out. I'm pleased with this recent fair of shows being so much different than what's been on T.V. in the past. You should find both to be exhilarating.

Guest Commentator QUEEN OF BLASPHEMY says: "Poor killers and spies, so many lies!"

Wake To The Darkness

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 2:55 PM

Versus Game #57. Some games really know how to add suspense. I like the look of this game a lot, "Alan Wake" on the Xbox 360. This game is known for its superb graphics and cool story. The story revolves around the main character losing his imagination for writing. So he goes on a vacation to get inspiration. He ends up in a town that seems like something out of a Stephen King movie. Then strange things start happening. The story is literally coming to life! Too bad he wrote a horror novel! Now the story he wrote must be really far out because this game is insane. It's like "Alone In The Dark" meets "Silent Hill" meets "Resident Evil". What kind of story was he writing? Sounds like that story was one Hell of a ride. So now you get to live it! That's a cool idea when you think about it. Just imagine being the writer living out his own nightmare from his own story. The idea of a horror book that I read or wrote coming to life is freaky. I like the use of light in this game as a weapon. They come for you at night! This guy has one twisted imagination huh? It combines a lot of action with uneven odds, near escapes, and loads of suspense. They say it's smarter than Resident Evil. That it might be. I'd like to see the story unfold. Wonder how many endings there are? Don't tell me. Don't sleep! Here you see the limited collector's edition. I hope it has a metal case, that fad is really cool to me.

Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "I ain't afraid o' no darkness!"

Vending Machine Takeover

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 9:51 PM




Versus Tek #28. Convenience is everything now days. America is all about convenience. That may lead to some things that aren't so good but for the most part we all love it. Vending machines are totally o.k. with everyone all over the world. Many are even becoming debit/credit enabled. Debit sounds good. Credit for a candy bar? Nah. I'd love to see more debit vending machines. You can see them popping up everywhere. My faves are the movie ones. Renting movies for a dollar is so sweet. I'd be happy if they had those machines everywhere. Soon, they'll have machines for anything. You can already find wine vending machines. That sounds strange since you don't want a mechanical hand to pick up a bottle and drop it, lol. I doubt that's how it works though. In Japan you can find machines that have many different things in them including umbrellas, baby supplies, batteries, and more. Quick, to the baby supply machine! I think this craze is only going to grow with different items in them. I'd like to see one with books and magazines. Another with games. Heck, why not make one for music CD's. Make one for everything! Knowing those Japanese they'll come up with something new, like shoelaces or deoderant. How about Halloween masks? Or Thanksgiving dinner? Because we all want to be able to eat Thanksgiving dinner any day of the year. One could sell movie tickets while another sells posters. Another one could sell Amway, lol. I wouldn't be surprised if they had vending machines for dog and cat food in Japan. I'd like to see a vending machine carrying comics, don't ask, I just think it's cool.

Guest Commenatator BRAINSUCKER says: "How about human brains! I'd pay for that!"

Midnight Blue In Black

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, September 25, 2010 at 2:36 PM

                                                          Versus Book #57. Speaking of goths... now here's a book worthy of my attention. It doesn't have any blatantly cyberpunk themes in it but it is very cool. And worthy of our list. Sometimes cyberpunk includes vampires and other monsters, since nobody can prove how they're made. Remember also, since that movie "Underworld" came out with their scientific approach to vampires they've sorta become cyberpunk. "Midnight Blue" is the name of this book. It so happens to be a trilogy of her last 3 books. It's the Sonja Blue Collection. She's the main character, a vampire wishing to co-exist with humans and fight off the evil vampire kingpins. So far it sounds classic. The real action, to me, was in the book before these, "A Dozen Black Roses". I don't know why this book didn't get included but it rocks. It also happens to be the only one I read. I'm sure the others are good though if you like A Dozen Black Roses. Never did I think I'd review two books at once. Someone felt the need to leave it out since the trilogy is huge at over 500 pages. So back to A Dozen Black Roses, the gore is prominent. You'll love reading about cage matches pitting humans against each other, wearing armor with blades all over them! This happens to be the vampire entertainment. Or the part of the city that happens to be off the map, how strange? This is of course the vampire territory. Start with A Dozen Black Roses, and if that rocks your boat, then get the following trilogy in one book. It's published by White Wolf, the famous RPG kings. They also know how to write a very cinematic type of vampire novel. If you know about White Wolf then you know they put out some cool stuff. I especially like the board games. They're just cool like that. Go ahead and laugh. Now if you're a fan of the RPG games I suppose these books would add some depth too. These books are a lot like what I'm trying to do with my cyberpunk novel. They're shorter books at around 288 pages each. So you could effectively call them novellas. So you see it's not entirely new. The concept works well to me. You don't always want to read a huge book. Never the less, the trilogy is plenty long enough for those avid book readers. That's so brilliant to me and that's what I plan to do with my books. This has been out for a long time but sometimes classics are just that good. I love the style of vampire writing, the book lengths, the collection idea, it's all so cool to me. If you want a conventional size book there are plenty out there. Call it literature for kids with ADHD, lol. I like it too, I ain't got no disorder. You see, there's a huge difference between the likes of someone like Anne Rice and these books. These are meant to be stacked up in a huge stack whereas Anne Rice books would be in collections of 4 or so. You'll notice the difference with these books right away. Express fiction maybe? Well, anyhow, the vampires are bloody violent in these stories. They're sure to satisfy.

Guest Commentator SPUN BETTY says: "For rabid kids with short attention spans!"

VERSUS GIRL #60 - She'd Make A Hot Goth

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, September 24, 2010 at 2:19 AM

A very cute Versus Girl indeed. Mila Kunis does qualify as a cutie hottie. It's ironic how the cute ones are shorter, but nothing wrong with that. I love the cute ones but I like the tall ones too, lol. She made our list for being not only cute but also having a great track record. Her body of work includes: "Baywatch", "Walker, Texas Ranger", "7th Heaven", "MAD T.V.", "That 70's Show", "American Psycho 2: All American Girl", "Boot Camp", "Extract", "Max Payne", "Robot Chicken", "The Book Of Eli", "Date Night", "Black Swan", "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", and a bunch of other work including voice work on the game "Saint's Row". She's what I like to call a well rounded babe, in more ways than one! Any girl that looks good in a tiny top gets my attention. She's got a good list of work that's starting to make her look like a mini legend. What's next? I hope she does more action movies. It does seem like she's done more T.V. work than movies but I like what she's done so far. Exposure on That 70's Show helped no doubt. A catchy name helps too. She could make a good goth chick too. Just look at this picture here of her all done up in black. Some girls just stay cute forever. I like dat. She was on MAD T.V., really? I need to look that one up. Mila's on a roll.

Guest Commentator THE DARK PRINCE says: "I've waited a long time for you Mila, come to me!"

Drastic Plastic Measures

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at 9:35 PM

Too bad you can't fix botched plastic surgery with band-aids. That would make things a lot easier. It's shocking how many plastic surgeries are turning out bad. It is true that it's supposed to make you look better, not worse. The problem is when people aren't starting with deformed faces that need the help. It's becoming a luxury to those that feel like they want to look different but don't really need the help. So naturally, the doctors don't refuse people and they start making tons of money off of people's misery. This sort of procedure is still in its infancy. In the future I imagine you'll be able to look at a screen and change your appearance on the screen to see what you'd look like beforehand. Then lasers would do the operation with no mistakes what so ever. And that sounds really far away so we shouldn't even  be messing with it. People end up looking plastic or stretched. Even if lasers could get the job done with no mistakes it could become addictive. They'll call it "body sculpting" or something. So for now it's really looking like a big mistake for a lot of people unfortunately. It could be good for reconstructive surgery though. No doubt many people that suffer from accidents could really use new body parts. And some of those surgeries turn out really well too.

Guest Commentator VIKING HUNTRESS says: "This could all be solved with an axe!"

Static Plasma Nightmare

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 8:59 PM

Versus Tek #27. Weaponize it I say! Well, not really, but you know the military probably will if we don't first! Remember those static electricity globes as a kid? The ones you could touch with your fingers and have the electricity touch them like lightning pets. Yeah those, they could be used for more I'm sure but would common people ever know about its vast uses? Doubtful. This reminds me of electrical plasma energy that gets collected from spinning generators. It is kinda the same thing basically. So what if you could weaponize static electricity sorta like the way we see plasma used as a weapon in games? That would take those harmless tesla coil experiments to a whole new level! Weaponize that and you could create batteries instead of bullet clips for machine guns. What sort of effect would high voltage static electricity have on a human? Would it vaporize the meat off our bones? You know we've all seen that in games. As freaky an idea as that is you never know if that's possible. And all that's left are charred black skeletons. Or maybe the skeleton would vaporize on touch. So how would you know if someone died on the battlefield? What would the family do if their son died? No body to send back home. Harmless static amplified to a power of 1,000. Sounds like a horrific experiment in the making! Now if it gave off a plasma discharge then that would be high power static.

Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "That technology is relatively old to me, hehehe!"

Conspiracy T.V. Is Here

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 7:51 PM

The age of conspiracies is upon us brothers and sisters! Will you be prepared for the revolution when the cyberpunks are right about everything? Whoah... that'd be a trip! Conspiracies make for great storylines actually. They have plenty of twists and turns, more than one climax, and tons of action. What more could you ask for? Well you might wonder when a great show like "Flashforward" gets cancelled after only 1 season. That's harsh, but maybe 1 season shows are going to be the next trend? Kinda like the novella trend sweeping the country. I bet I'm right about that. Anyhow, I'd like to see more than 1 season if possible. "Dark Angel" only had 2 seasons and I love every episode. Meanwhile "24" gets like 8 seasons or more. Maybe it's the channel that Flashforward was on? Who knows. Gotta enjoy what you're left with. So now we got some new shows, "Rubicon" and "The Event". Both look to be great. If these were 1 season shows I'd be disappointed. Then again, sometimes that's just the length of the course for certain stories. From now on we'll be asking ourselves if we could really imagine another season of "Flashforward" after watching that trippy ending with the F.B.I. agent's daughter remembering something years later. Just enjoy em' I say now. It's fun to get confused.

Guest Commentator THE GRAVEROBBER says: "Someone always dies during a good conspiracy!"

Reverse Years With A Drink

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 7:32 PM

Do you believe in anti-aging products? There is real science to a lot of them but it's all limited. You know if anything really worked towards reversing aging it would be banned. People would live much longer if they had products that kept them alive, or younger. Over population would be rampant. So could there be a reason for people not wanting to make certain products? There might be. It would be a crime to keep such amazing products from the public but on the flipside we'd all be living much longer. And that creates complications. How do people deal with the fact that they can't live longer when it's possible? All the government thinks about is population control. Sadly, I agree that anti-aging supplements should be stronger. But then people would have to populate other planets for sure to make room for us all. Right now we have resveratrol. It's a good product but it won't put years on your lifespan. It should, otherwise why is it really considered anti-aging? Well, it does keep you working better on the inside. Still, I'd like to live longer if it were possible. To think someone might want it kept a secret so we don't all look for a cure to death is sad. Aging is sort of a disease but who are we to keep people from dying? I just think it's inevitable, that's all. Someday, just like stem cells, this science will be public for all. When that time comes I wonder how we'd deal with the lack of deaths? Whether we try to stop it or not people will figure out a way eventually. In this picture you see a drink invented in North Korea called a "super anti-aging drink". I have no doubt that this is possible since liquid would be a great way to introduce ingredients at full strength. My guess is, depending on how well something works, the price would be outrageous. So if it were able to put years on you then it would cost more than most of us have to spend.

Guest Commentator FLESHCRAWL says: "I have a feeling anti-aging stuff won't work on me!"

Virtual Viral Warfare

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 4:02 AM

Who really knows where computer viruses started? Does the military even know that? I wonder who might know the truth about that. I still remember when virus software just got big. The stores started selling them and I was shocked. I doubt many youngerster now remember a time like that, back when computers were free of viruses. Haha, it almost sounds like someone talking about the 60's and free love. Ironically, I'm sure there was a time when people never even heard about birth control. So anyways, back to computers. I have this theory that maybe computer viruses were made to spawn more consumerism. I mean you have to admit everyone will buy one anti-virus or another. What if the military did it? I doubt it, but this is a site about possible ideas. I say "possible" because I'm not insinuating anything about conspiracies, only possible ones. Or what if there's some hacker underground trying to take us all down like Snake Pliskin did. Remember, how he thrusted the world back into Hell without electricity in "Escape from New York"? If there were hackers behind it then they'd be giving us real cyberpunks a bad name. Cyberpunks aren't activists. They're not against technology. They're against it's abuse, being viruses and such. The only time hackers would be needed is in a world where the government would be trying to control everyone. We don't have that kind of threat present. If we did we'd still want to make sure we don't end up in the dark ages afterwards. So where are all these bugs coming from? Who invented something like that?

Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "Computer viruses are no joke kids! If you laugh you will die!"

Helios Creed's Radioactive Static Barrage

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at 3:48 PM

Versus Music #47. If you're in the know then you know who "Helios Creed" is. Trust me, they're nothing like "Creed"! This band is indeed the anti-creed, lol. They're a psychadelic, space rock, industrial punk outfit from San Fransisco. It turns out that's his real name folks. You can tell where he got his ideas from when you listen to his prior band "Chrome". Very similar stylings. I like the Helios Creed stuff much better. That just happens to be his solo band. I had no idea. To me it was just some of the coolest stuff I'd ever heard. I grew up with his CD "Busting Through The Van Allan Belt" and "Colors Of Light". That was some of the trippiest industrial I'd ever heard. Some would say he's more this or that but I'd say he's industrial rock for sure. This is in the end what made him so popular. I always say industrial is a thriving genre. He may not be as well know now but that doesn't mean he couldn't get back on the scene with a new CD if he wanted to. So far he hasn't made anything since 2006. The newest one was titled "Deep Blue Love Vacuum". It was one of his heaviest ones, with a darker sound. He should come out with an even heavier one, like "Killing Joke", those guys are ultra heavy now days. He is still around though, playing on stage with the likes of MGMT on Youtube. Interesting choice, MGMT are rather young to remember a legend like Helios Creed. What would you call them, nerdcore? That's what I call it. I think that might be a big break for Helios Creed to get back on the scene. You never know. Go heavier! Go industrial space metal! I love the song "To 2012" on his last effort.

HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "I saw Mother Mary in a sandwich once!"

Fiber Optic Plant Life

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 3:13 PM

Versus Tek #26. Wouldn't it be cool to have a sort of fiber optic lawn? A bunch of green fiber optic wires with little pinhead size lights glowing in the dark, cut to the height of real grass. I love the idea. It's a sign of how cyberpunk we really could be. No organic substances around for miles, haha, that's a joke. I'm not against plant life but it sure would be quite the cyberpunk thing to do to get fake glowing grass. Maybe in the future we won't be so burdened by living plants when fake plants could possibly create their own oxygen. Gosh, that's even more cyberpunk, to think of plant life being replaced by synthetic plants that actually grow and create oxygen. That's even a bit scary but who's to say it won't happen? I'm sure it will. When plants start becoming extinct from global warming will we replace them all with synthetic life? Everything about the future almost seems synthetic. That's kinda strange but it could work. If our lives depended on it then I don't doubt that nobody would contest it. If youre life depended on it would you start to make the transition to a synthetic body? Could all plant life become mechanical, so to speak? I love real plants so what's the upside? They might not die? Require less water? They glow? It sounds like a real possibility. But for now we know it as fiber optics.

Guest Commentator GOODBYE KITTY says: "Living things are over rated!"

Evolution Of Wireless

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 8:37 PM

                                                                                                         Versus Tek #25. For a while now the thought of a wireless keyboard sounded cool. Then the thought of batteries hit. Batteries are so annoying when it comes to wireless peripherals like a keyboard and mouse. The thought of wireless devices is really cool, but not if you have to keep replacing batteries all the time. Sure many people might just go and get some rechargable batteries to solve this problem but it's still a pain. As for rechargable batteries, they're a dream come true. Then what happens, a new kind of wireless keyboard arrives. One that honestly is a bit futuristic. Are we ready for this new light keyboard? They call it a virtual keyboard. The device resting on the desk shoots out a light onto any flat surface to show the keyboard. It even senses when you tap the keys, responding with a similar sound from the box with the light. You would imagine that this could take a while to really get used to. Hell, laptops with their flat keys are enough to take some practice. This is a whole new bag of tricks. The scary part is to think of this becoming the future of keyboards. Someday we all might be using light keyboards for our computers. This is where things start to sound like something out of a movie. For most a regular keyboard would be fine, if only a wireless one could ever not need those pesky batteries.

Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "My eyes are actually movie projectors!"

Necessary Alien Evil

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 8:10 PM

Somtimes a B-movie has the best plot, well in my opinion at least. Now if only they could have top notch monster effects, then we'd all be praising the gore gods. This movie, "Necessary Evil", has a cool idea behind it. Starring none other than Lance Henriksen and Danny Trejo, a classic duo. The awesome plot revolves around finding an alien artifact/altar, that embodies one man with the power to live forever and be the eyes & ears for this alien monster. His team captures the monster and does the unthinkable. They extract its blood in order to live forever! This gives them super strength as well. Now that to me is the best plot in the world. I guarantee you if this movie had a huge budget it would be ten times cooler. If some people really took the time to make an excellent script it could be more than it is. But as it is, it's very cool. We've all grown to love anything these two stars show up in. The production doesn't look half bad either. From the starting credits it looks good too. I'd say this sort of scenario is the kind that would play out just the same in reality. Think about it, if people captured some alien that could live forever you know they'd harvest its blood to use on themselves. This alien also happens to be blue with a mean disposition. He had hostile intentions. I think even Lance Henriksen knows this is why they make B-movies, because you can't find all the weirdest and coolest plots in only mainstream movies. Someday B-movies will have super top notch effects and we'll love it. Until then, we have badass actors making good films. You can't trust humans to be nice to aliens.

Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Help! They're harvesting my blood to live forever!"