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Abraham V.H.

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 8:58 PM

One of  the coolest sounding movies ever has to be "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter". This movie isn't out yet so I can't fully review it but I can sure as hell try, lol! From what I've seen this looks really good and it's going to be shot in 3-D! It was only a matter of time before someone thought of this. One of our most memorable presidents now takes on a secret life as a real hero. The idea is the people thought of him as a hero in real life so why not make a movie where he really is a hero, saving us from vampires. I think this has cool written all over it. The question is will it be an MTV movie? I only ask that because I saw an MTV interview. I doubt it is though. If it's in 3-D that means it's going to theaters. The book is supposed to be very well written, with many historical facts. I saw it on Amazon and it does look like something I'd read. And no doubt the book has much great praise. The man that helped liberate tons of slaves now let's the secret out; he fought the slave owners who were vampires! I have to say I do like these more historical vampire movies a lot because the modern ones are very much what you would imagine. I thought it was just a movie but being a book first is 100% cooler. The reason this movie is possible is because the copyrights on any literature pertaining to Abraham Lincoln are long gone. Much like what happened with H.P. Lovecraft works. They call this a mash-up I believe.
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Guest Commentator THE DARK PRINCE says: "This isn't over Abraham! I know your corpse lies. You are still alive!"

Her Name Was Flux


One of my fave shows on MTV was "Aeon Flux" starring the femme fatale super spy Aeon Flux herself. In a future like hers people lived in one of the last remaining cities on Earth after a mysterious plague swept across the planet. The premise is completely post-apocalyptic and for that I love it. I don't love the idea of an apocalypse but it makes for good viewing. They had some cool technology in this show, including portals and inter dimensions, morphing, sentient inanimate objects, speaking through dreams, alien sex, floating bases, killer grass, and much more. It boggles the mind to even think about a future that advanced. Yet, can you be jealous if it followed surmounting devastation at the hands of unknown origins? Not really. I mean that might be one of the last cities standing so you would have to enjoy a limited reality even if it is futuristic. The show itself is genius and ahead of its time even now. The movie did a good job of representing the animation series. The only gripe I have is that Aeon Flux didn't wear her same scantily clad outfit she wore in the anime. I mean Charlize Theron did a great job but I wanna see some skin! They did the same thing to Daisy Duke in "The Dukes Of Hazzard". But oh well. Can't get everything you want I suppose. This show birthed "Reign" as well. Good stuff.
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Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "Damn, that agent Aeon is really sly. I thought she loved me. She was using me!"

The Last House Horrors

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 7:38 AM

Late, late night here. Been up all night like a vampire. Almost time to go to sleep. But before I crash I thought I'd review "The Last House On The Left" since the original was done by Wes Craven, which is a total shock. If you like his other stuff and his newer works then you should see what he did in the beginning. The original is a very disturbing sort of exploitation horror movie. You gotta see the creativity for what it is though. Back then they didn't have super great EFX and so stories were somewhat limited. I liked this idea for what it was. A couple of female friends go to the city in the original and meet up with some drug dealers and then end up taken to a house where they get brutalized and forced into submission, then murdered. The really disturbing part was how the killers in the first movie played with the bloody organs as if transfixed on the blood, pulling out the entrails, and then looked at each other afterwards with a look of guilt or shame and walked off. The second one is equally disturbing, albeit not as graphic in a literal sense. It was just as much hardcore as the predecessor but it's got a more modern horror feel. The subject matter itself is just as disturbing but the extreme side won't be found in this one. That's not a bad thing. I liked it and you have to remember the original is a real exploitation piece that's meant to be over the top. The new one is horror strictly. That doesn't mean they can't be over the top but they use discretion when deciding those things. They both work equally well. Wes Craven also directed this one. It's a new trend to be cool enough to remake your own movie. You wish you were that cool. Me too, lol!
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Guest Commentator BRAINSUCKER says: "I'm busy relishing the way the blood turns black if you stare at it long enough... oh never mind!"

The New World Work Ethic

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 3:15 AM

Versus Movie #109. In a scientifically prominent future where people are able to get rejuvenations for the right price anything is possible. That future might be one akin to the one in "Gattaca". This movie stood out to me for a lot of reasons but there was one really big thing that stood out. Looking for work in a future like that would possibly make things even harder to get a job. Actually it would. Definitely. Can you imagine a future where you get better jobs based on having better DNA? It'll be the new racism. Color of skin wouldn't even matter anymore in the far future. Most of the prejudices we have now days will probably be replaced with new ones down the road. Much further down the road that is. Now days people pick on others for being bigger, or less cool, or any stupid thing they can think of but the prejudices of the future will most likely be far worse. It makes sense that things would change for the better in some areas and for the worse in others. You can't have everything be perfect in a future where everyone will judge you based on what science tells them. How do you argue science right? It sounds like science is the new witchcraft because it may well be the religion of a future world. This movie did a good job of showing what someone might go through with so much pressure to be perfect. And you think we got it bad now but we have no idea of knowing what the future holds for any of us truly.  The grass is always... oh but there might not be grass in this future.
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Guest Commentator THE GRAVEROBBER says: "If things get really bad we'll be eating dead people in thin, green wafers. Saw it in a movie!"


CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 2:21 AM

Versus Music #59. This new underground band KILLWHITNEYDEAD are taking the world by storm. They're a deathcore band from Greensboro, NC. This ain't yo mama's deathcore though. They're what I would refer to as evolved deathcore. It's hard hitting, vicious, and catchy as hell. The lead singer has a voice that just emanates evil incarnate. I can honestly say I've never heard vocals like his ever. That's astonishing. They started out as death metal and they were really good for death metal I must say, but their deathcore stuff is much harsher and power packed. What's really cool is their gimmick. Every band has a gimmick and theirs is writing songs about love gone really, really wrong. They're like psycho love stories that you can imagine teenagers spewing out about how much they hate their last girlfriend or something. It's kinda funny but their music is no joke. It's the real deal. They've gotten so popular in such a short time that they already have a box set available. And what's really crazy is they recorded most of that material in the span of 6 months. I say they have a major grindcore influence but that is up for debate. The irony is their packaging would dictate that Whitney, if it's her, botched the killing and took her revenge. Whitney is a hard girl to kill I'd say. Hell hath no fury like a woman... well you know the rest. Don't mess with Whitney. She's pissed!

Guest Commentator BLOOD MISTRESS says: "Mess with a bull you get the horns. Mess with a woman you get the ax!"

Vendetta Revisited


It's true I've reviewed this movie "V For Vendetta" before but I thought I'd use it as a basis for a side rant. This sort of follows the last post about internet freedom. Internet freedom is closely entwined with physical freedom. They go hand in hand. If we're being suppressed on the internet then it wouldn't be long before something happens in real life. In that movie was depicted a future in the U.K. where the world is so censored that it's appalling. They were censoring everything and damn near everything was illegal. The government was going after people for having their own voice and covering up anything. What if the debates we have now were crimes? You could end up committing a crime so easily in a future like that. If the government was corporation run then they could outlaw anything, even love if they wanted to, like in "1984". The internet is not a good place for censorship because if it got too extreme then websites would vanish and news would be altered. People would only know the truth they would want to show us. I don't agree with piracy but when people share a download they bought it's not exactly piracy since they're not charging for that copy. What they want is to stop us from having the right to copy our own personal items but its been that way for a long time. As the law is now you can copy a DVD or CD as long as it's for personal use. So is P2P really that bad? Are tube sites really bad? You can make copies for yourself but they would rather you don't share them. Well, I doubt those copies are killing the music industry. Some bands, like Nine Inch Nails, have sold work online to cope with this. Stephen King also sold a book online because he knew he could get more profit that way, as he should. Now people sharing that stuff with others is inevitable. I would rather blame war for the big economy problem, not P2P. That's just what they want you to think. They've ran our budget into the ground and they're blaming a mortgage crisis on it. Tube sites are cool no doubt and if someone really wants the DVD they would buy it. If that's supposedly damaging sales then blame the job crisis on them, but it won't work. To eliminate file sharing is an injustice. Imagine a world without it. You would have to suffer during these times if you can't afford anything. People wouldn't like that at all. It's not a crime until they want more money. Then they make the rules. The internet war has started.
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Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Times are rough man. I got thrown in this cell for selling white bread out of my van!"

Cyberpunks Are At Attention

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, January 22, 2012 at 6:05 PM

Recently some of you may have heard about the Wikipedia blackout. They were protesting something called SOPA. An act to stop online piracy. This whole piracy thing is getting out of hand if you ask me. I mean you could say that Limewire was taken down as censorship because taking down Limewire won't stop P2P from being harmless. What they're after is a way to stop pirated songs, or movies, or whatever from moving but P2P itself is harmless and taking down Limewire was pointless. Now it's leading to the possible censorship of websites that might infringe copyright. What that means is even if you're not directly infringing copyright they can put an order to shut down your site immediately just like in that movie "I Am Number Four" where they were hacking and taking sites down. That means they don't need direct justification for erasing a site except that it might be because an image was used. Even as simple as a blog image. My blog is full of free images from the net but I am in no way infringing copyright and I already know it for a fact. But that wouldn't stop an act like that from allowing corporations from doing it. That would destroy blogging as we know it. That would also destroy internet freedom. If such an act were to go into power then that would be the start of the "real" cyberpunks taking back the internet. You know those movies where the cyberpunks save the world, well life could be like that if they keep trying to censor things. This could affect Youtube too. There are videos, including my own, that use songs, and now they have a technology that reads the song and reports it back to the corporation that owns the song. The only reason my video isn't taken down is because I'm not assuming to be the owner of the song and I'm not trying to make money from the video directly. You want to know what real censorship is like? Look at China. They have a completely censored internet. People there have to use VPN just to see American Youtube videos not allowed there. You know musicians and movie directors and even porn creators are furious about this uprising of free information being hosted everywhere for people to watch or listen to but maybe it's not for them to control. Maybe they could use it to their advantage if they knew how to make even more money. I don't agree with censorship because it could affect other things indirectly, even Wikipedia, if they felt there was too much information about someone or something out in the open. Do you want a future like something out of "Johnny Mnemonic"? If not then we must protect freedom because then the only freedom left would be VR and that's a bit ahead of our time. In a way our news could even be censored. What this could allow is any corporation to whitewash our reality. I don't like the thought of corporate rule but if cyberpunk movies predict it then it might be inevitable. But even still, internet censorship is where the line is drawn for everyone. Piracy should be made clearer. If I download a song I'm not hurting the economy. Now I know some people like those convenient tube sites that have videos available to view without charging. They have this uncanny knack of having the most amazing selection. They're like libraries of awesomeness. I don't know how you protect against piracy but those sites aren't really doing anything anyone hasn't thought of. It's like accusing teens of making illegal porn for taking nude pictures of each other with camera enabled phones. And then teens get put in prison for it. That is ludicrous! Tube sites are a different matter, and I say it shouldn't matter because if people would rather watch a less than stellar copy of a movie then they won't get the blu-ray quality. If people download a song they won't get the actual CD so let them I say. A song for a dollar or a song shared; it's not a big deal except for those that feel they're losing money. But what about Hulu? It's o.k. because they only show movies with expired copyrights? What about new shows? I have seen clone sites and they have amazing selection. If you ask me I don't think it's worth it to keep people from downloading shared info. What will keep people from downloading is the economy getting better. When more jobs are available more people will make more money to spend on goods. During a recession it could cause war so let it be.
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Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "Wow this is so exciting boss. I feel like Christian Slater in 'Pump Up The Volume'!"

Cut Off From The Future

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 9:31 PM

Speaking of time travel, here we got "Terra Nova". a cool new show. The season finale just came about so we're gonna have to cross our fingers that they don't leave us with a huge cliffhanger where we have no idea what the ending of the finale meant. The ending was really good too. It's so good that it really makes you hope they won't cut it off. But when it's that good of a cliffhanger maybe they didn't have anything planned. Sometimes that happens with these shows lately, like with "Fastforward". The ending to Fastforward was ended abruptly and it sure left you with some questions. I'd hate to see that happen to this show. The show about a future where resources are almost all used up and cities are housed in big bubbles on a ravaged Earth landscape is a bleak vision of what life could be like if we kept using up all our resources too fast. So what do they do? They create time travel by using a portal and send a colony back to start anew. The problem is that the decaying future doesn't want to die so the one in charge had plans to rob the rich soil of the past of its vast minerals and metals. Even if you could rob the past wouldn't that affect the future? I'm not really sure in this show since they brought up the idea of an alternate reality. If it were an alternate reality then is it really our past? That might explain the end of the finale possibly. It's so far out that you have to really try hard to figure it out. Apparently there was a ship figurehead found in the badlands of this prehistoric world. And the soldiers that came back to destroy the colony fled there once defeated almost immediately, without food or water. It's as if something was waiting for them there. How weird is that? That would be the most insane cliffhanger ever if they don't renew that show. They better! I'm tired of all this cancelling. The finale was great. I loved the dinosaur coming back the future and eating everyone, the guy running to the portal with a dinosaur chasing him, and the destruction of the portal. It was perfect but can it live up to that episode? Sometimes these sort of endings are done to end them abruptly without any explanation. I would hate that. I agree some endings can be bad but even worse if the writers don't know where to take it after trying a really radical plot path. A show like "V" had a sort of bad ending when the alien mother killed the cop woman's boy and father, and her own mother. This may have been a bit too extreme and either done to end the series quickly, like Fastforward, or because they chose the bad ending route. So either it was ended on purpose with a radical idea or it was cancelled for being a bad idea. I really don't know what to say about that since I've seen other shows do this approach as well but I really don't want to see this bizarre ending to Terra Nova be one of those. Is it too bizarre to come up with a follow-up story? Will we be left guessing what it all meant? They better continue this one.
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Guest Commentator X-RAY SALLY says: "I would have gone with the super, mega twisted, over-the-top, insanely impossible plot!"

Primer Explained


This film "Primer" is a confusing movie so I thought I'd take a stab at it myself. Yes, I have seen the movie and yes I have seen the explanation videos on Youtube, the reviews, and the commentary. I even rewatched parts of the movie to double check the explanation videos. It's a simple idea that comes off nerve racking but it's not that bad once you get it. These smart guys with day jobs they deplore look for something else to do and create a machine that they consider an experiment not intended for what happens later. The idea started as one thing and turned into another when they found a fungus growing in the machine. Their original idea was to create something that could be used for mass transit light rail or satellite launching, since something that suspends something with less mass could be used to shuttle bullet trains or even a missile (satellite rocket). Sounds like a cool enough idea. I was wondering what they were trying to make at first. It's actually quite ambitious for these technology grads to take on such an idea in their own garage. The machine itself is bizarre and apparently has unlimited applications. How do you come up with something like that? That in itself is a great plot. A machine with unspecified use that's basically able to manipulate an electromagnetic field and disrupt the mass of an object. Wow, that's a mouthful. I can't say I've ever had an inkling for such a possibility. This machine is really a strange contraption that sits in a metal box and uses some hard to find materials just to even power it. They were talking about plutonium and palladium, Argon, car batteries, magnets, and other dangerous substances. I don't know where you get half of those things but if the government ever restricted materials then they could track who bought what. There are only so many uses for some things. At one point they insert what looks like a radioactive isotope into the machine. I think in some way this takes it from a mere suspension system to something much more powerful. Their idea was too grand in scope. It's like creating a nuclear bomb in your basement. They even wondered how it stayed powered on after disconnecting the car batteries. Well, the radioactive energy and electromagnetism is enough to keep it running. So these guys found the aforementioned fungus and learn by accident that they had sped up time within the electromagnetic field of the chamber inside the machine. This by fluke shows them that if they can speed up time then they can slow it down, or rather, turn back time. That's the whole basis of the movie and it's freaky how possible that could be. I don't doubt that someone has even figured something out already, but they would never tell us. Some critics wonder how they learned of time travel if they sped up time; well it is the opposite. So once they learn this they do what any geek squad would think of, they study the stock market to make loads of cash. They end up making a machine with a compartment big enough for a person that resembles a coffin hooked up to a big machine. They go back in time by only a day at a time. Simple enough plan but then they learn of their doubles. The doubles are themselves basically. This is dangerous and to run into your double could lead to a paradox. The scary part is the original self doesn't affect anything as long as he stays out of the way, but they learn that you can create a paradox and keep the original self there. One guy creates a fail safe box that goes back a week. Then one of them has a double take the fail safe box back a week and this creates a third self. The third self tries to stop them all from using time travel to get rich and knocks one guy out. Another guy uses his double to become a hero to get adoration from a woman. In the end the doubles want their lives and the original selves must leave in order to stay alive. It's very screwed up. In the end one guy is employing a bunch of people to make a warehouse size time machine but we don't know what for. If I were him I'd be more worried about what to do with doubles if they don't disappear. Very scary idea there. It might be quite intellectual for some but that's what makes it the type of movie you'd watch more than once to figure out. In the end it works. This idea could be more realistic than we know if it's based on real science.
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Guest Commentator FLESHCRAWL says: "Is it normal to get bleeding from the eyes, nose, ears, and mouth? Time travel is messing with me!"

Hunting The Hunters

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 8:51 PM

This movie "Mindhunters" was cool and it was straight-to-video. The FBI are good profilers but what if they were up against their own? That could prove taxing. In this movie that's exactly what happens. A group of new profiler recruits are sent to train for a mission when something goes wrong and they're stuck in the middle of nowhere with a psycho that's obsessed with time and clocks. When the time runs out a trap is set, or rather, set off. This movie did a good job of creating tension and suspense. You won't find a lot of high octane action but nobody expects that from a movie like this so you still end up feeling satisfied in the end. The cast was pretty cool: Christian Slater, Val Kilmer, LL Cool J, Jonny Lee Miller, Clifton Collins Jr., and more. Very nice cast indeed for an unknown. This just goes to show you that not all movies have to be theater caliber to be deemed worthy of watching. Sometimes a good script is enough for a more well known actor to take on something, while the lesser knowns get more notoriety for starring next to big movie stars. I won't tell you who the killer was but I can tell you that the guy has a screw loose. I was trying to guess who it was the whole time. Good movies keep you guesssing. The name must refer to setting up smart people.
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Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "It's always the guy that squints his eyes and chews gum a little too long, 'til it looses taste!"

Don't Try To Run Away


If ninjas did use this then that would explain something, but... this is supposed to be a samurai throwing knife, not ninja. I don't know if that's true but I could believe it. How else would you use a double bladed knife? It looks like one of those fantasy knives they sell and you never know if it is. Kinda big for a throwing knife though huh? I knew it to be for something like that since hand to hand combat with this might not work so well. Samurai are a secretive bunch and I've never heard of something like this. I know they have throwing knives though. There are different types of throwing knives from different countries. People think it's easy when watching movies but you have to exert a great amount of force to really throw a knife and kill someone with it. You'd have to practice like archery. Now samurai aren't ninja but they do get mixed up all the time. A long time ago they may have been enemies more like it. Ninjas do have throwing knives too. Ninjas are different because they're supposed to be assassins whereas samurai are warriors. I would hate to face either one. Many think that modern groups like Yakuza could be modern day samurai. The thing is samurai weren't bad unless they went rogue. Yakuza aren't exactly good guys. If they exist then there might be a different group as well, a true modern day samurai team.This blade is said to belong to ronin, rogue samurais. I knew a guy that owned one of these once but he didn't throw it at anyone. Special gloves would help. You could play spin the ninja. Spin the scary knife but two will get chosen. Better for fighting.
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Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "Us cleric priests use these all the time when combating evil. You can't run far!"

Push It To The Maxx

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 5:30 AM

One of my fave comics is this one right here. "The Maxx" was on MTV a while ago now but it's still one of the coolest comic t.v. shows that existed. The comic itself was very trippy and it went back and forth from the subconscious to the conscious world constantly since The Maxx was a character from the girl's imagination. Or was he? That was most of the debate when reading the comic. It was a mystery that you had to figure out. It had similarities to "The Darkness" with the evil witch doctor and his tiny creatures without eyes. I don't know why MTV follows ratings now days since they're not on one of the main channels. They shouldn't have to worry about popularity and this show was made back when it didn't matter. Now they have shows that disappear. It's not the same world anymore. Fans of this comic would also know about "Pitt" and "Bloodwulf". During that time period comics were quite inventive and straying against the norm. It would be really hard to imagine this comic as a movie because the EFX would have to be very good to do it justice. Otherwise it would come off like cheap CGI and we don't want that. Only expensive CGI for good stuff, lol! The DVD case looks really awesome here.
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Guest Commentator THE EVIL SCHOOLGIRL says: "I too have a really messed up character living in fantasy land in my head. I'm weird O.K.!"

Dr. Who's In The House


"Dr. Who" you say. Yes, Dr. Who? Who. Bad joke, haha, nevermind. Dr. Who is a long running show in the U.K. for some time now. It's actually the longest running sci-fi show in history. It's always nice when shows don't get affected by ratings like on the main U.S. channels. Other channels have shows that have lasted a long time, like "24" and "Supernatural". Not so on channel 4, 5, 7, and 13. Dr. Who is widely popular and believe it or not it did get cancelled once a long time ago. Its been redone for the new age we live in, just like "The Outer Limits" and "The Twilight Zone". Except it's still going on strong. The plot is simple enough. It's about an alien doctor and his friends battling evil wherever they find it as they travel through time and space. There's some more campiness in this show than others and it takes a lot of risks, meaning it likes to go into new territory and it's not afraid to be different. I like all sorts of shows and this one is the most imaginative of the bunch hands down. I used to read a comic called "Dr. Strange" and this reminded me of that. Dr. Strange is from the U.S. though. I love time traveling shows like this and "Sliders" because you know it's gonna be totally different every time. Very cool show.
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Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "You really don't need a telephone booth for time travel, although it really does help!"

Become Nemesis

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 9:29 AM

This movie "Nemesis Game" was pretty cool for a straight-to-video movie. Starring Adrian Paul of "Highlander" t.v. show fame, this movie kept a dark mysterious atmosphere the whole time. It kept you in suspense and managed to make you wonder if there was some huge conspiracy cult ring running some depraved riddle game that ends in murder just like the story from history (in the movie). I liked the premise and it seemed believable. I wouldn't be surprised if there ever were a real nemesis game in history. I love conspiracies and this movie made it look very plausible. The clue that started it all was the blue card with a picture on it. So the story is a student girl wants to get a bit of excitement in her monotonous routine and starts getting into solving riddles. The local comic shop owner happens to be a riddle buff and knows more than any comic shop owner should know. That right there would tip me off. But this is a movie and the movie girl never does what I tell her to do. It turns out that guy is a bit of a weirdo. Who would've guessed? The riddle maker turns out to be a weirdo obsessed with riddles. The guy was the psycho behind the game the whole time. The really scary part was how the game went on without him in the end. That means people kept perpetuating it on their own. And the prize at the end of each puzzle was murder since that's what Nemesis did in the story from the book. What a scary idea. Good movie though. This shows that some mysteries are better left unsolved. The creepy part is the murder theme kept going even after that guy.
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Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I don't like this game anymore. It's rigged! And somebody keeps following me now!"

Beyond What's Possible

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, January 15, 2012 at 10:05 PM

I love the show "Fringe" and it's crazy fringe science antics. Fringe science is really the most insane of the sciences but if there were strange, unexplainable phenomena then I don't doubt there would be a secret division specially made for this. Now the t.v. show Fringe has a comic. Well, the comic has been out for a while but now there's "Beyond The Fringe". This comic is really cool, not only for its art, but also because it explores what could happen with other far out theories of theirs not explored in the t.v. show. This takes the adventures and mishaps in the show to new levels as these theories are pushing the limits of what one could imagine being on it. You have to admit this show started out with a bang when the first episode had a man with his face melting off. That was enough to make me slightly afraid and yet drawn in by scientific madness. To regular people those possibilities won't enthrall but to people that aren't afraid of actually thinking then nerdy ideas don't have to be nerdy. It's kinda wild to imagine what could be possible out there that they don't tell us about. Something tells me that this comic will be even more out there than the show so you might like this if you like that. Some of those theories are so over my head but I can still grasp them. Cortexifan sounds like nasty business from some game like "Galerians" for the PS1 or something. The psychic drug used in the show gave kids heightened abilities beyond anything known to man. I could see how heightening abilities is possible so that does open the door for freaky outcomes. If you're a brain freak like I tend to be sometimes then this comic could be a real trip. How far beyond the fringe does it go? You'll have to read it to find out. Mad scientists might like this. Or freaks. What's really cool is that DC is allowing Joshua Jackson to write for the comic.
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Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "I especially like the episodes with cyborgs in them. Human skin and emotions are really unnecessary!"

Future Of Fast

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 6:09 PM

If you like hotrods then you're gonna like this rant. I love hotrods so much that I keep thinking up ways to remodel and mod them. It just occured to me that some things will get better with time. Of course I won't be around in the far future to experience some of these good things but that doesn't make me bitter. We're supposed to imagine what the future will be like. And in the far future people will still be imagining what the future will be like. Or maybe not. Maybe the cycle will lead them to wonder about the past. You never know. So here's my idea... old hotrods of the future will be so much more powerful than anything out now or ever in the history of cars. That's kinda cool. The race to become the fastest land vehicle is still on but I know what would make them faster. If they could hover using some sort of displaced energy to hold back matter then they could slide across a landscape at unreal speeds. Until then though, even land vehicles with wheels will be far more powerful in the future too. I like the sound of a car like the one in "Mad Max" with the motor sticking out really far with the fan belt visible. That car had a nitrous system with turbo "fighter style" button ignition. I have no doubt that cops in the future will have nitrous made available to them. They have a license to kill and guns mounted on the cars. It's gonna be a regular demolition derby. What comes after the motor? The microchip. Microchipped motors will be coming out someday and they'll be smaller and faster. We may not have a huge need for speed over 300 MPH now but if the world was a dust bowl nuclear wasteland like in "Priest" then it could come in handy. If a car went fast enough it would send a huge plume of dirt into the air following behind like in this picture. Might need a force field to keep the car together. At such speeds a vehicle could even lift off into space if made for it.
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Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "If it goes any faster it's technically a spaceship master. Would you like to go faster?!"

The Grimm's Digital Reality


If you like monsters then you've probably been keeping up with "Grimm" on t.v. lately. This show revolves around mythical monsters from fables and stories read to us as kids to scare us. Well, it turns out those stories are true! Nice idea considering there are more than enough fairy tales to keep the plot going. So the main character is a Grimm, a person that can see these creatures for who they are. Something that really stuck out to me was the story about an ogre. Ogres have unusually strong bones and skin. This condition has been found in humans rarely. One guy in real life on the show "Stan Lee's Superhumans" was able to pound a nail into a board with his forehead because his bones were twice as thick as the normal person. Ouch! There are a lot of cool characters to be found in this show and the EFX are cool. If it weren't for CGI this show couldn't exist. The cop's friend happens to be a wolf-like creature, pictured here. Now the real plot is deeper. It seems the chief of police is the one commanding all the bad mythic creatures, yet he sends out a Grimm to dispatch of other bad ones. What's his motive? My guess is a guess as old as time, power. People can be so power hungry. The amount of CGI in this show shows how t.v. will change in the future. The transformations might be digital but the full transformation phase is actually make-up. That would feel like being in a movie. I like the grim story.
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Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "Being a CGI demon I'm partial to this show. I'm even uglier after transformation!"

Now You See Her, Now You Don't


Versus Science #86. Virtual reality can have a bad effect on our subconscious mind if we allow it. That probably went over your head but I'll explain what I'm thinking. I'm thinking of ghosts actually. Not your everyday regular ghosts. Think VR ghosts. And you're like what? Well, it's simple, when it comes to virtual reality people can be susceptible to "cerebral cortex hallucinatory apparitions" as I call them. That would mean that what the mind sees doesn't have to be in the conscious mind, but in the subconscious. You might think that means that a vision doesn't exist but that isn't necessarily true. Just because it's not there in front of you it doesn't mean it isn't in front of you in your mind, and your mind has a way of making things real. Yes that's right, the mind can make something real if the psychic energy was strong enough. Now if you blend this idea with my ghost idea the premise is if your mind believes there's a ghost in front of you then it could literally create the ghost even if it didn't exist before. A real ghost. This is fringe science but I know I'm right about this one. Nobody else may see it but that doesn't mean it can't be visible to you and even kill you. I believe most ghosts to be manifestations of the mind and therefore others cannot see them for this reason possibly. If your mind was strong enough then you could make it real enough for others to see too. And VR could easily make your mind believe that there's something there. VR could create something that wasn't real before. It's not easy to explain but I can imagine it. There are more mental possibilities than they like us to believe.
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Guest Commentator THE DARK PRINCE says: "I can see her. I have vampire vision. It comes in handy in dark places!"

Ian Stone Must Die... Again!

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 2:09 AM

Here's a cool film from 2007. "The Deaths Of Ian Stone" was part of the After Dark Horrorfest II series. It's up to IV now. This movie stood out to me a lot since it was so original. The story is a guy keeps reliving the same day over and over only to die over and over at the hands of a murderer. That would be really disturbing to me. Especially if you remember dying over and over right? So he has to find out why he keeps living the same day and getting murdered a different way each time in order to stop it all. It sounds like a mix of "Groundhog's Day" with a really twisted horror plot. Not a bad idea really. It's more twisted than you think too. I couldn't figure out what was going on for the life of me but once he did it got really good. Apparently he was being stalked by a demonic force that wanted him dead for reasons we didn't know until later. The twist is nice and it works since I can't really figure out why else he would be dying over and over. There are a lot of critics out there but this movie was cool to me. I like how he woke up in different realities only to die soon after. The tying thread was his friend that kept reappearing for some reason. This is when he starts to unravel the mystery. It's like waking up and remembering past lives. How freaky that would be. It's quite original and there aren't many like it out there. Cool poster. I found it rewatchable and cool.
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Guest Commentator THE GRAVEROBBER says: "I would dig a grave for you but I get the feeling you're gonna die again tomorrow!"

The Spy Who Wore Too Little


This girl Anna Chapman is on the cover of a Russian issue of Maxim. She happens to be an ex-Russian spy that nested in the U.S. in New York spying on academic professionals, entrepreneurs, and business lobbyists. She was using the cover of a real estate developer. Her arrest was for conspiracy to work for a foreign government and money laundering. What a sweet gal. She's no deported from the U.S. back to Russia and the U.K. won't let her back either. She wanted to live in the U.K. but oh well. So now she teaches business classes in Russia. Ironic? I thought so. She posed for Maxim detailing her failed spy career. She also had leaked nude photos in Playboy. She did modeling and acting. It sounds like she got back to finding a dream to keep her from feeling bad. The failed spy turned business woman. Well, that might be more lucrative in the long run. Sometimes you have to mess up with bad motives to find out it could've been easier if you just did it with good motives. I don't know how you catch a spy like that because she wasn't really spying on the government but they did indeed catch her in the act. Now we're all gonna really imagine sexy spies when we watch all those spy movies. I sure hope she likes Russia 'cause that's where she's gonna be for a while I'd say. Do you feel sorry for her? Maybe it's for the better. She would never have posed for Maxim otherwise after all.
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Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "I think I'm gonna spy on her. 100 rolls of film, check! HDD camcorder, check!"

Mangler Has You Now

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, January 9, 2012 at 3:24 AM

Versus Movie #108. You know what movie by Lance Henriksen I'm thinking of right now? The master is back in my new review of "The Mangler 2". This movie was originally a Stephen King story starring Robert Englund; can't get much better than that. This one has the Lance! It's not like cyberpunk horror movies are ever gonna be huge given the credit they deserve so I won't say anything negative about this movie. I love the angle it takes with someone downloading a top secret virus thinking it's something else and accidentally sending it into the school computer system to take on a life of its own. Far fetched as it may be it is a very scary possibility. The shady corporation that made it makes you think of horror movies in the past, like one I saw where they grew brains and drugged them to have nightmares. This one is nothing like that though. It's got the right idea with cyberpunk horror in mind and for that I give it much credit. It's a good movie in my opinion and if it had a gigantic budget then it would be recognized even more. I think it's a great idea if you think about it. In the first one there was a machine that killed people. In this one a computer virus turns any machine or computer into a killer. It's the perfect modern progression of this idea for updated times. It's not as out there as "The Lawnmower Man" but it does pull off a realistic idea. If someone made an artificially intelligent virus then this is what could happen. That should be a warning for people that deal with those things. Watch Lance merge with machine! This is the future of horror 'cause cyberpunks say so. It was inspirational.
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Guest Commentator THE LUSTY NUN says: "Creepy, cyberpunk horror terror-nerds really turn me on!"

Try Not To Go Mad In Arkham

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, January 8, 2012 at 6:44 PM

In an age where video games are taking over I like the sound of board games sometimes. Thing is you have to have board game friends. That was back when people actually tried to make friends. Now days we all got video games to play on our own. It's kinda ironic. Of course you could go online via your PS3 or XBOX but you're not there in person. Board games are sorta irreplaceable in modern times in their own way. People now are o.k. with making "online only" friends. Nothing wrong with online friends but you don't really know them. You need real friends to play board games. This one looks cool. "Mansions Of Madness" is a Cthulhu world based game, or at least H.P. Lovecraft inspired. And talk about nice looking. Games were never this well made when I was younger. I love all things Lovecraft and I like board games more when they're truly stunning games. This has monsters, investigators, many places to explore like manors, crypts, schools, monasteries, churches, abandoned buildings, etc. Now that sounds so cool to me. On top of all that you have different plots the game can take and the story ending you have depends on your choices. So it's like a book where you decide your fate. That's cool to me. I like the idea of having "plots" in a game affected by choices. And Arkham is a classic locale.
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Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "I never go to Arkham without ten crucifixes and 6 vials of holy water!"

Degradation of Internet Freedoms


Speaking of secret agencies. You know they're probably policing the internet and sifting through millions of emails and websites without permission. I've read actual news that states certain agencies spy on Americans  while being centered in America. The truth is they found a way to police us in the pre-big brother era via the internet. Think about it, they can spy on emails so the internet is no longer safe haven to freedom. There is no true freedom on the internet and I suspect it will get worse with time. Think about this too, news on the internet could easily be manipulated to say something else. There's nothing they can't change or block or hide on the internet. It's the perfect way to keep us at bay, hide our fears, and divert our attention while letting us know what they will allow to be on the internet. And viruses are maybe trying to figure out the truth for all we know. What if it's true? I mean we know the military created the internet so why couldn't someone be trying to break into secret files to find out what this guinea pig experiment is all about using computer viruses? It's like one great, big social experiment and someone being "big brother" on the internet is too easy. It's easy because they made it. If anything allows that to be possible it's the internet you know.
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Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Computers are creeping me out. Keep them away from me. All I want is a harmonica!"

One Room You Don't Leave

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, January 6, 2012 at 9:05 PM

Ya seen "The Killing Room"? It's a creepy movie in different ways than others. It's not horror or action but it has suspense and some scary ideas. The MKULTRA program is one that they say the government had at one time but keeps in total secrecy. Its existence is top secret. If it does exist you would never know unless you get abducted and forced into it. It was a sick, horrifying experiment to turn regular people into killers, but the main goal is a delusion of grandeur. Turning regular people into killers through demented experiments to do the government's bidding is ludicrous. About as ludicrous as brainwashing a guy to have a second personality unbeknownst to him to do the killing, as seen in "Conspiracy Theory". This program was even more depraved. Its existence is controversial. This movie is about a fictional doctor that secretly brings the program back with his own maniacal methods. The suspense is high tension as these people get asked to do things that they would never want to do. It sounds like a top secret CIA experiment. They say the NSA is even worse. Can you trust your government? Not so sure sometimes. That would be mad though. Are people really employing messed up methods like this to create new "Jason Bournes"? Only humans know of inhumane treatment. I'd say this movie was spot on and did a good job at its end premise of displaying authorized insanity.
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Guest Commentator THE EVIL SCHOOLGIRL says: "Why do I feel like I've done something very bad? Oh ummm... I have 5 personalities!"

Ultramarines Never Stop

CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 9:29 PM

Thought I'd review the "Ultramarines" animation movie. Most people have heard of Warhammer 40,000 and that universe that's depicted in books, games, etc. I used to wonder what the 40,000 meant; it means the 40th millennium, or the year 40,000 A.D. That is a really far, far future there folks. That's so far into the future that none of us can fathom it yet people still find a way to complain about the detail in the story. They say in that year there is only war and mankind fights against extinction. I can get into the story without needing some deep drama like the books. The movie is really just an action piece with a story of its own. If they made it too in depth then it would come off like "Dune" or something, being very lengthy and drawn out. This was more about the marine force of super soldiers genetically modified to be superior fighters. Never mind that some drop like flies or that they use a torch in darkness. That kind of detail hunting is not the most necessary and I think real nerds might complain about any film adaptation of the book series not being this or that. Nerds do a lot of complaining really so you have to ignore all that and see that this movie is good enough to depict the ultramarines, not the whole lore behind the chaos marines and demons. I'm more wondering how demons exist and take over the future. If they are demons then is this a supernatural battle? People look at the wrong things a lot of the time. I think it was a good movie dealing with an ambush plot on another planet. Now this movie isn't supposed to be taking on all that lore. It's respecting the books and letting those stand on their own. Soldiers with hundreds of years of experience is insane.
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Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "Demons aren't so far fetched. It worked in 'Doom 3' didn't it? Yup!"