CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at 6:59 PM
For cyberpunks this tends to be a real theme in movies. Do you think it's possible to see your dreams visually? To access your subconscious? I don't think it's possible yet but it will be. The reason for that being it's impossible to see your dreams unless you have more brain power or brain drugs or a technology that's connected to your brain while enhancing its power at the same time. Currently, we're trying this by connecting sensors to our brains to read images, if that's even possible. It looks about as archaic as an Atari game. We can try but without sufficient brain power, or brain enhancement, there's no way to truly read an image, let alone moving ones. I think if there was a way to enhance the brain, like with next gen VR or drugs of some sort, then we would have better results. It's proven that smarter people have an easier time recalling their dreams. This doesn't mean saying you know what you dreamt but rather actually being able to visually recall what you experienced, like a home movie. It is possible when you think about savants being able to remember tons of things but it would require an awakening of the right part of the brain. And when, and only when, this is developed then we may be able to record dreams, but we'll have to learn to visualize them first. You can't record what you can't visualize, common sense. It'll happen someday. These days people treat it like blasphemy. Nobody wants to believe its possible.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, May 30, 2011 at 5:44 PM
It's fitting for a site like this that Julie Strain finally make it onto the list of Versus Girls. The only real formula for finding a Versus Girl is that they get my attention at the moment. So of course I've heard of her in the past but you know one tends to get distracted and watch a lot of low budget horror movies. And there are many girls worthy of the list so it can be tough to choose at times. Julie Strain is a real amazon and we like her for that. She's like 6' 1" and she looks good as the part of umm... uhh... Julie, lol. Yes, Julie plays Julie in the sequel to "Heavy Metal" in "Heavy Metal 2000". Just throw a mini bikini on her and give her a big gun. She fills the bikini out well. It almost seems like she was perfect for the part. Ironic? Yes. But that's fate for ya. When you can find a part that you're perfect for then it doesn't matter if you make several blockbusters. Luckily it was also highly popular. The soundtrack was a lot of heavy metal but nothing too heavy. There should be a new sequel with a death metal soundtrack I say! Put in a bunch of gore and more sex and it'll rock with that crowd. The Heavy Metal magazine is even more explicit but there gets to be a fine line between R rated animation movies and X rated unfortunately. If you show full on hardcore sex, like in "Penthouse", then it automatically gets an X rating. If it's just censored sex scenes then it gets an R rating. Gore just doesn't seem to matter to anyone. She's done a lot of B action movies in the past so she does have a huge underground following. Those movies are now collector's items. Who knows what format they used to be on: VCD, laserdisc, or some other dead format. Try to find them on DVD if you can. Time to live out your tall girl fantasies. It's not hard to find nude pics of her but that's why we like her. The only thing she's straining is my eyeballs right now! Maybe she'll change the rating system for animation movies.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, May 28, 2011 at 11:50 PM
In films you see a lot of creatures that look like they do now but bigger. More so in old movies. The irony is how everyone refers to these beasts as prehistoric. And most of the time they are correct. For some reason many creatures used to be much bigger. I've done a lot of study into this since I was young because it fascinated me. The strange thing is how tiny creatures now may have been serious predators. Even spiders are frightening when large enough, as seen in the movie "Ice Spiders" where they can take out anything and even survive snow. In this picture you see a sea monster that resembles an eel. That's because it probably is an eel! You gotta admit it could take out a shark at that size. And ironically we eat them on sushi now because they're so harmlessly sized. We even eat octopus on sushi for the same reason. But look at what a prehistoric one would look like in "Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus". It's pretty damn big huh? Yeah! I believe a lot of creatures are meant to have a counterpart that could ravage a human. And guess what else goes on sushi... squid! Giant squid have been the subject of speculation for many years. Some are huge but not as huge as the ones in certain sea monster books. But that doesn't mean they didn't exist. During pirate days they had reports of sea monsters. Who knows what lived back then. I imagine as big as these animals would be that they could swim to the bottom of the ocean and be able to withstand the pressure. Who knows what lives down at the bottom of the sea! The next time you eat sushi think about how it's a veritable sea monster buffet.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, May 27, 2011 at 6:03 PM
Do you think it's possible that the government could be staging disasters to get funding? I think so. I think it's also possible that the Illuminati could be behind such things. A secret society that could have its hands in everything in order to manipulate world and historical events. Once, in college, I wrote this paper on the F.B.I. staging disasters but that never really got any recognition. I wonder why? Oh well. My teacher liked it at least. I was ahead of my time. Now days, well people can believe what they want to believe but I think it's too naive to simply assume that there are always our best interests at heart. Things like consumerism have been touted as a form of control. This may be why people aren't in much of a hurry to change those type of things, so they can subjugate us and quell us at the same time. To try to go against all that is what makes for the biggest of conspiracies in the world. They also say Illuminati are Satanists possibly and that might be why the statue of liberty vaguely resembles a certain statue symbolized in certain circles. Freemasons and such. Our founding fathers might be practicing the occult. The question is how do you get to be a part of this club? Gotta be born into it I guess. Or they confront you as chosen. Cyberpunks would know the truth and that sounds like a cooler club to me. Hazardous material accidents are among the many that I speak of. Why do we make things that we can't get rid of? Slowly farmers are realizing that they're fighting nature, as the chemical age tries to take over. As people try to destroy this planet just to get rich, and then get richer in the rebuilding process. Will things like faster growing corn help or make nature take on a different course? Will "tren" in cattle leak into other animals? Will nanotech leak into nature causing a real disaster? They'll cover it up. We know that. Chickens with six legs people! Chickens with six legs!
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 5:16 PM
This ain't exactly a futuristic weapon but it could be modified to look like one. And it goes to show you how weapons of old may still be used in the future. The only thing that changes is the design. I've never actually seen a weapon like this but there's no reason why it couldn't be real. What would you call this? A gauntlet? Maybe a bladed gauntlet. It's a good idea if you're wanting to do close quarters combat without using swords. I could imagine it in a movie during medieval times where one guy with two bladed gauntlets fights a guy using a sword. Kinda reminds me of that bladed glove that Freddy Krueger uses. It does make sense if you think about how you'd move with it on. And with a bladed glove you'd move different as well. A sword is much different movement so there is a place for everything. Fantasy weapons are cool in the way they may sometimes actually be making groundbreaking designs that have never been designed before because nobody makes those types of weapons now. There's no telling what could have been made in medieval times that we don't know about. And people thought we were gonna use only guns now. Guns are O.K. but swords do the same thing more stealthily. I don't think guns have to be better. Soldiers with guns are the new swordsmen but do they have the close quarters combat training to fight with a knife? Or sword? I think no matter how you fight it's a good thing to learn.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 4:54 PM
You've all read about my ranting on subways & sewers but I was rethinking that stuff afterwards. It came to me in afterthought. You see someday in the far future subways & sewers will look much different as most things tend to improve with time. Subways of the future will look like amazing tunnels out of sci-fi movies we have now and sewers will be steel labyrinths like veins inside a giant cyborg. I bet they'll pave everything in stainless steel to cover up the concrete workings of the old world. Grass will be a disease of the previous world. This will leave a vast tunnel system winding down several city levels as we build one city atop another. Those who think people won't live down there several cities down are naive. It will happen. Unknown cities and unknown subway systems will pop up as people alter the tunnels to fend off intruders. Someday I wonder if we'll abandon the world above for a world below. Wouldn't that be ironic? As the population only grows nobody knows. The only way to the old worlds will be through these hidden tunnels. To the world we live in now. Where grass and trees still grow in dim light. Pictured here is an unknown subway station. Given enough time even an underground society could become civilized and become a city of its own. But that's something that could never happen now. Science fiction at work.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 9:59 PM
There's so many movies out now with monsters and action but before all this stuff chalk full of special effects we had other ways of making movies. The "disaster action" genre. Back before the likes of "AVPR" we had movies like "The Towering Inferno" starring the late Paul Newman and "The Poseidon Adventure" with Gene Hackman. The latter movie got a remake starring Rutger Hauer. Then another remake as "Poseidon" with a whole cast of bigger actors. The Towering Inferno was like the unofficial sequel to The Poseidon Adventure, much like the way "Navy Seals" was a quasi-sequel to "Top Gun". Will we ever see a remake of The Towering Inferno? I don't doubt it would look cool. People tend to like those movies with rampant fires engulfing something. I love the disaster genre and tend to keep up with most of them. There aren't a lot so it has room for entries people! Start making movies. It's amazing how these movies still captivate us with their realistic portrayal of people trying to survive against all odds. In both cases I would be utterly frightened to be there in that situation. Being in a burning building is not anything I want to really imagine me going through but it is good on film. A cruise liner capsized is equally frightening and hard to imagine just as well. What would you do in such a case? People tend to do whatever they have to in order to live, unless they totally give up. The drive to survive is strong in people. And in me. That's why they rock. No doubt The Towering Inferno gave rise to "Die Hard".
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 4:06 AM
You always hear theories on how we came about. The most popular being a meteor shower killing all dinosaur life on Earth, thus giving way to the mammals, and us. We don't really know what killed the dinosaurs though. It's a good theory anyhow since a meteor shower would bring about an ice age if the impact was strong enough to send dirt into the air covering the sun. So if it weren't for that supposed meteor shower then we would never exist. What would Earth be like if the dinosaurs didn't suddenly disappear? I think the ice age helped bring mammals into existence, sorta like speeding up evolution. If the dinosaurs still existed then evolution would be much, much slower. That's just downright creepy how we came to be. Is that fate or a total coincidence? And if it wasn't a meteor shower then what else could it have been? That's a possibility most scientists don't want to speculate. I imagine a caldera could do the same thing. You know, a super volcano. Those things could wipe out all life on Earth with one explosion. One sits right beneath Yellowstone National Park even. An even trippier thought is what would happen if it happened again? I don't think it would help speed up human evolution. I'd say we'd go backwards.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, May 22, 2011 at 11:58 AM
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 11:31 AM
Versus Music #54. With the last review I felt like it was time to get brutal again. Since I listen to mostly brutal music. Cyberpunk music isn't always the most heavy. This band "Dying Fetus" is indeed brutal my brothers! I saw the rise of this type of new death metal when I noticed bands like "Skinless", "Nile", and "Hate Eternal" appearing on the scene. Dying Fetus and Skinless sounded the most like a new genre though. With their heavy amount of power riffs and tons of hooks turning directions. It sounded more like industrial death metal. Dying Fetus are about as brutal as their name implies and the talent keeps you listening even if the name scares you. I love the video for "One shot, one kill". You can tell when watching that video that they know how to play. This ain't your mama's death metal kids. These guys have been doing this for a long time too. As with a lot of things, they tend to get better with age. The cover to "Descend Into Depravity" is cool enough. With the death of Osama Bin Laden their shirt with a bulls-eye on it must be a best seller! That's just sheer luck since nobody thought that guy was gonna die. Being on Relapse Records helps a lot too. Relapse is good for a semi-grind type of death. Are these guys able to be called death grind? Well that's what I'll call them. It's funny how people think death metal is so scary. When we live in a world with abortions and terrorists it's no wonder some people are pissed off. Let this be the soundtrack to your nightmares.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, May 20, 2011 at 10:36 PM
Versus Game #63. If you saw "Navy Seals" on ONDEMAND for your 3rd time then you would know about the war pinball games on the iPad. We got "Missing In Action" and "Navy Seals" here, plus "Slayer". You know you're cool when you can have a Satanic pinball game made after your band. And Chuck Norris, need I say more? I have to say these pinball games look so good on the iPad that it makes me want to get one just for pinball! It's like a revolution in online games is coming with this handy-dandy new invention. The arcade set-up looks cool doesn't it? The iCade is what it's called. You can get almost any arcade game on the iPad too so it would be like a real arcade. And if you don't want that totally awesome arcade look you can just get the joysticks they make for games like "Pac-Man". It's like a PSP with a bigger screen and better resolution. Don't get me wrong, I love the PSP to death but they're both portable so it depends on what games you want to play maybe. Or how portable you want it to be. The PSP no doubt fits in a pocket in your jacket while the iPad is sorta bulky. You must have both to truly have all the toys kids! The one with the most toys wins they say, lol! Or you could get books, but if you ask me it ain't saving any trees. Books are good. But since you can take em' with you on the iPad it might have some use. I do like how you can get comics on it. The way you turn the pages is cool too. Just don't forget about supporting real books too. Pinball never gets old. You know you're big when you're a pinball game or you got your own widescreen DVD out.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 4:10 PM
Versus Tek #42. In the mood for some more 3-D? Then you can make your own! I must say I really, really like this idea... but a movie has to be made for 3-D and if you're making a movie yourself then is it really gonna be 3-D worthy? Home movies don't strike me as the best 3-D, although someone will like it. I'd rather see a blockbuster in three dimensions so to me you'd have to make a really cool movie to be worthy of that. I mean it's a cool idea to have your own 3-D camera but you would want to use it for something well done I would imagine. Like a car chase, or an airplane ride. Things dealing with inertia or vertigo are always good. If you make a 3-D epic of your life at the office or sitting on the couch with your buds it just doesn't seem as eye-popping if you know what I mean. It's totally cool enough that they even made 3-D cameras in the first place for mainstream consumption. One of those extras that we all want even if we don't know what to do with it when we've got it. Even cell phones are getting 3-D cameras on them. That's something I never saw coming truthfully. The smaller machine pictured here is the 3-D Blu-Ray camcorder. Blu-Ray and 3-D! Did you get all that? And for some reason it sure looks like a pair of binoculars. Wow. The other is a movie quality piece of machinery. Choose your movie plot wisely folks.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 3:34 PM
For some reason it seemed like a good idea to go on this spree of movies that weren't cyberpunk in any particular way. This movie "Sanctum" was a good pick in my opinion. It reminded me of all the great cave movies that we all loved where they go through life altering perils. Now right about here is where you have to understand that this is a genre in and of itself. The "cave adventure" genre. So if you like it then you like cave movies. Sometimes it's "cave horror" or "cave action" but it's always in a cave. Like "The Descent", awesome movie. Or "The Cave", another great "caver". You can quote me on caver. This movie was made by the guy that made "Avatar" so you know this is a major change of pace even for James Cameron. Even he likes the cavers folks! Most of us do. This one is no different if not better than the rest. It is better in its own ways. For one, this takes place in a well known real cave system with that huge, gaping mouth that goes down further than you can imagine. Two, everyone is in a life threatening situation. And three, it goes for the jugular. If you like cave action and cave horror this will deliver. It's not like some National Geographic exploration of a cave, which is what I would imagine James Cameron doing, where nothing bad happens. Tons of bad things happen here. It's proof that we all like cavers. The fact that it's in 3-D only shows you how incredibly far the cave genre has come. The king of cavers here.
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 9:56 PM
Once upon a time there was a movie titled "Navy Seals". It's old now but it's a damn good movie. Some movies don't really look dated with time. They just stay cool, if not cooler. It seemed like with current events, and the death of one Osama Bin Laden, that something would make for a cool idea. You know what that is? Don't we all wish they would make a sequel to this movie? Hell yeah! Why oh why was there never a sequel to this flick? This was back when Charlie Sheen wasn't left with stand up to mask his new a**hole exterior and gaunt face with wispy hair. Back then Charlie was healthy and ready to kick ass. Nobody has anything against him but he does need to get a clue that sleeping very little and staying up on anti-depressants or worse will make you act more erratic or irritable. Anyways, he left us with this awesome movie and as hypocritical as this is people will probably like his stand up comedy. I'm not sure what to think of his Mel Gibson-like rants of obscenity and proposed violence but he is an entertainer. So like his work if not him. Or both, up to you. Movies like this could be made now and turn a buck for sure but for some reason nobody has thought of this one. Charlie met with the Navy Seals recently so you can't help but wish him well. This movie kicks ass and reminds one of several video games. They say only 20% of applicants make it into the Seals. Gotta be chosen. And when you got goddesses life is good eh Charlie? If you don't like this movie people will call you names. Bad names. Isn't it like a requirement for being a man?