CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 2:01 AM
If you're watching "The River" then you know it's a wild ride. A wild boat ride into the heart of the Amazon that is. As the crew searches for Emmett Cole on the Amazon river they enter an area known as the Boiuna, a detour that nobody enters. It's an area abandoned and off the known map. The Amazon is a big place so there might be uncharted areas, or at least hidden ones. Hidden only because nobody goes there for any reason. And in areas like that you never know what you might find. The show is directed by the "Paranormal Activity" director so this is genuine scary stuff here. I was expecting monsters like in the movie "Monsters" but I got ghosts. Nothing wrong with ghosts though. I had a hard time believing the concept but then I set my mind free. I thought about how it could be possible and came up with my own theory to make it more interesting to me. You see, the main character Emmett Cole went in search of magic and he found it. So what if magic only existed where it could not be found? What if magic existed in the darkest corners of the Earth where nobody treads? What if magic knows whether it can get away with being seen in certain areas? It could be like an entity rather than some force or spirit. It may be very good at staying hidden from the known world. It may show up when there's no way to prove its existence. It might even show up to drive you mad. I've had this theory on ghosts before but it makes sense. Ghosts might in fact be real but nobody would believe you, either that or you'd be driven mad. And I bet the ghosts would know that nobody would believe you. You can't prove they exist because they don't let you. So now with this theory I can somewhat rationalize the irrational and enjoy it more. I'd say it's quite the entertainer. It certainly won't bore you. Get yer handi-cam! The proof won't last long though. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator X-RAY SALLY says: "If you don't believe in ghosts then get out yer cam. They always show up on those thingies!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 3:47 AM
Versus Game #67. One of the most repetitive, yet insanely awesome, games was "McFarlane's Evil Prophecy" for the PS2, which I now play on the PS3 (60GB all the way baby!). I'd love to hack the new PS3 but I'm not that tech smart. This game was so cool. I mean yeah it was repetitive, but in a good way. Know what I'm sayin'? It had the feel of one of those arcade games is what I mean. Arcade games can be repetitive but we love them. The only time it can be bad is if the game just doesn't hold water. This game has a cool story and I like the characters. They're like something out of a comic. That was the idea really. It feels like you're in a comic adventure. It seems to never end too. You'll feel like you're playing forever just to get anywhere. This is o.k. though since I still ended up liking the game a lot. Sometimes you like a game for what it is, not what it isn't. The idea was to take the wildest monsters and put them together into one team. It even looks like an arcade game now that I think about it. Watch a gameplay video on Youtube and you'll see what I mean. It doesn't look bad. It's just inventive. People forget how much we all liked that sort of scrolling gameplay back then. It works for this game. Some hate it. Some love it. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator THE DARK PRINCE says: "Made for monsters by monsters. Each copy signed in blood by a sacrifice!"
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A lot of people will remember this, even if you're not that old. Younger people like this kind of stuff now days. "Amazing Stories" was one of the coolest t.v. shows around at the time. Some of the stories were really out there but others carried a string of truth and really made you think. That is the end goal I believe, to make one think and reflect. They weren't necessarily realistic stories but it didn't matter back then. The way of story telling was different then. I really liked some of them a lot and I'm sure many will have their particular favorite among the bunch. The packaging looks nice enough for that show. Everyone remembers that music intro at the beginning. One of my fave stories was the one where a man saves all the things he ever had, including toys, magazines, comics, etc. Most people don't save anything so they have no concept of value. This guy ended up living a rough life full of ridicule but he kept listening to a leprechaun-like person to horde all his belongings for a reward. As he got older he felt like his life had not gone the way he wanted but then all his belongings sold for a fortune and he was a rich man in the end. Classic story. You can find many that have a message that only you get. One of a kind. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "If I had a dollar for every time I... holy crap; my pockets are full of money!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, February 27, 2012 at 11:07 AM
This picture here depicts a tazer round for a combat rifle. It's non-lethal and incapacitates a person just like a real tazer would. I think it's about time something like that came out. And if that's not cool enough, I came up with my own idea. How about a bullet missile, like in "Dark Angel" a.k.a. "I Come In Peace" with Dolph Lundgren? That would be cool. That gun the alien had was like a fully automatic handgun with rounds that blew up like grenades on impact. I like the sound of that. I don't think we could make anything like that with normal technology in guns but if they were electronically fired then there's no reason why you couldn't have mini missiles shoot out. That's the future I bet. People like me think of it and then someone makes it secretively. And I get no credit! The tazer round is a great idea since a conventional bullet does too much damage for simply stopping your target. I was wondering when non-lethal rounds would be developed. They have other types but those are for riots, like rubber bullets. And they do hurt! Tazer rounds sound cool. So who can buy them? Well if they get released even for military use then you know S.W.A.T. teams will eventually carry them and that means the black market will get them someday. I don't know how but it happens. In the wrong hands this is bad. But you can't stop progress. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I come in peace my ass! Aliens are bad news. Get me some o' them bomb rounds!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 3:01 AM
One of the most screwed up, high octane, insane action movies you'll see is "Running Scared". The name says a lot about the character. I'd be scared too if you knew the story. It stars Paul Walker of "The Fast And The Furious" fame. I see Chazz Palminteri in there too. And even Elizabeth Mitchell from "Lost". Oh... and the scientist guy from "Fringe" plays the bad guy mobster at the end. What a role change it was for him. This movie has such a twisted plot that I don't know where to begin. It's like trying to describe "Shoot 'Em Up" with Clive Owen. A neighbor boy steals the gun that a mobster fledgling loses after a botched drug deal, which was used to shoot a dirty cop, and now he has to find the boy to get the gun. The boy shoots his abusive dad with the gun as well. Now this is where it gets really insane. The boy gets lost and ends up kidnapped by some sickos that make really f**ked up porn. They had the kid in a closet suffocating from saran wrap around his head. I don't even wanna know what the medical cutting tools were for. So Walker's character saves the kid and ends up getting the short straw destiny by being thrown to the wolves, the Russian mob. They mess him up pretty bad. By the end he has to get the gun back from a mangy pimp and save the kid yet again. You'll be quite impressed with how raw this movie is. It's in-your-face and takes no prisoners. Kind of a shocker too. I'd like to see more action movies of this caliber in the straight to video arena. Paul Walker made this after "...Furious". Not all good movies reach theaters. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "I may be tough but I dunno; that guy is pretty damn tough! I'm running scared!"
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Versus Book #71. Got a new possible mystery here. You know there's nothing wrong with believing that something could be possible when it just seems like there's a piece to the puzzle missing. In this book "Where Did The Towers Go?" by Judy Wood she speaks about her theory on free energy technology being used on the twin towers. She's compiled a huge amount of investigative evidence and forensic analysis in a large textbook. I love the angle she's taking, instead of mentioning the obvious "whodunit" idea. Instead, she delves into the part that nobody could fathom. This one is for those that want a great amount of information to consider as proof. She goes for the jugular to see just what happened. The rest, would be the "why", which we may never even know. Judy's premise is that the towers could in no way disintegrate and fall into pure ash with nothing left unless some sort of tech destabilized the integrity of it. I could understand that and many are probably starting to wonder. The planes crashed into the buildings without exploding and caused a fire, which in turn heated the core of the buildings, but why did they collapse? Collapsing completely is not normal. Read her scientific research to get a better understanding of what she thinks caused it. It makes no sense for it to just fall as ash, killing many firefighters. Ground Zero was covered in a fine ash. She's a very smart woman with plenty of education to back up her words. From the evidence this seems valid. She uses phenomena from nature and anomalies to prove her point. The picture says it all doesn't it? This is very intriguing. My theory would veer from this path but I am very interested. I doubt it
was funded privately, like in "Revenge". These are sensitive matters with higher technology, like in "Fringe". What's even scarier are the implications. What this leads to is something that would go above most people's heads. We have no idea who could be behind this if not the apparent choices set forth that day in history. Anyhow, this book does not cover possible reasons; I have my suspicions that will remain with me. She does not wish to be connected to any theories and I respect that since this is hard science strictly. Her book is evidence of her claims. You may agree. This should be engaging and insightful. This review is objective and does not assume what her book is about. I look forward to reading the whole book and she makes no assumptions about why anything happened. This book is not after the notion of a "who" or "why"; instead it serves as a scientific textbook to enlighten you and expand your mind to new ideas. It contains many pictures and if that's not enough there are interviews on Youtube. Worth a read for curious and open minds. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "I could tell you what happened but it would ruin all I have planned!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 3:37 AM
Dark Angel #7. Some girls just seem to wander down the darkened path with shadows and vines, finding a new destiny. I don't know if Autumn Reeser was ever a sweet girl but she is cool. At least now she is. People don't always start out that way. Her first role was in "Star Trek: Voyager", and that's kinda nerdy. I watch the show too. I don't think you have to be a super nerd to like some things. Most of her work is in t.v. shows oddly. Either she really likes t.v. or she hasn't been noticed a whole lot till now. I liked her in "Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball". She can't really get much cooler than her role in this movie and it really is one of her few movies if not the only one. Odd how we end up in some parts. Well, she may not be a big movie star quite yet but I like her work. I did notice her in "No Ordinary Family", a t.v. show that I'm still pissed about being pulled from the air during the first season. They have this new strategy to use shows for only 1 season now with no chance of renewal. The bright side is new ideas get the chance to shine where they never would otherwise, at the cost of more lengthy shows, like "Lost". That was the last long t.v. series around. She was in "Human Target", another show I liked, also pulled from the air. And "Pushing Daisies", a sort of hidden gem in obscure and odd t.v. shows. Oh, another movie she was in: "Lost Boys: The Tribe". She likes the dark side thus she's our newest dark angel. "Ghost Whisperer" might be interesting to catch her in. I didn't know she was in "The Girl Next Door". Gonna have to rewatch that one. She's one to keep an eye on. I always get her mixed up with Piper Perabo. "Smokin' Aces 2" is a good movie to start with! Two thumbs up if you like hired killers going all out battle royale style. Some other good actors in here too. She plays the hot redneck assassin with attitude. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "It's safe to say she won't stop killing if I ask her kindly to put her guns down!"
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One movie I've ranted a bit about before was "Stealth", but it wasn't a review so I thought I'd get back around to it. It always seems like you have a good memory if you don't review them right away, haha. Jessica Biel is in this one as a new pilot. She's my woman, in my dreams at least. But that would make her like the only woman on the aircraft carrier with hundreds of men. I don't like those odds. The quest to make smarter and smarter technology leads us to make an A.I. driven jet fighter that can pilot itself. That is quite ambitious given that we're still using human controlled drone aircrafts, which are like overgrown toy planes with missiles attached. I fear the day that happens. It's like Skynet but not smart enough. Make them any smarter and it really could be a scale mutiny. The jet fighter in this movie was smart enough to create its own emotions and thoughts in a quantum brain. Now the problem with a quantum brain is that they can think for themselves. It can even have its feelings hurt. I think it's safe to say that while that might be possible it's like giving a machine life, literally. That's a Frankenstein nightmare really. I think it was inevitable that a movie like this would come out since that is a real fear. I really liked this movie. The only way it could be any better is if you up the action even more. Maybe Area 51 is working on an unmanned top secret aircraft. It would not surprise me. Moral of the story: don't join the Navy for the numerous droves of women. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "I see now it was a bad idea giving humans that technology. Sorry; taking it back!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Sometimes I really, really like a foreign movie. This movie "Anatomy", or "Anatomie" in German, was very well done. I could totally imagine the U.S. making a movie like this but sometimes the U.S. does not come up with every good idea, as some would like to think. This is a great idea for a movie and it genuinely creeped me out. The idea is some doctors are part of an underground cult called the Anti-hippocratics. Ironic as that is, since they're hypocrites for performing sick, unauthorized surgeries on living people. Yes, living people! They end up as those figures you see in museums where you can see the anatomy of the body. They're real bodies in real life too! The made up part is where the movie takes over. In the movie we're led to believe they were all victims of this cult and sliced up while awake. What a sick thought. The cult said they were performing unauthorized research to get funding. That really makes you think about what they meant, but I still don't agree with it. Even if they did make a discovery it shouldn't be with unwilling victims using dangerous science. They wanted to come up with new medicines that were untested and sell them to pharmaceutical companies. It's really a delusion of grandeur. I could see how some discoveries could be made but most discoveries get made in a college, not by some experimental means. Maybe that's what happens when people are so smart. They might think they're smart enough to do it on their own and start their own group, secret society. This movie had great foreshadowing and suspense. It was sort of like "Hostel" at parts but still managed to take its own path. I was guessing who the psychos were the whole time. In the end it delivered and one guy really got the worst of it; being plasticized by his own injection. Just as he's trying to inject plain water with salt mixed in into his vein he freezes in that form forever as a figurine. You will really like this movie if you're a fan of horror and suspense and even some gore. I'm glad I found this one. Medical students scare me. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FLESHCRAWL says: "What did they inject me with? I think I'm going to end up in the wax museum of horrors!"
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This sexy girl happens to be Miku Hatsune, a vocaloid. Vocaloids are simply contructs that sing for you instead of you. You can have a virtual self sing for you and nobody would know that you're the one behind the voice. The figure here is the hentai version of Miku. If you don't know what hentai is then think big breasted young women losing their virginity to demons with many penis tentacles. Don't ask, I don't get it either, lol! But you gotta admit this figure is kinda nice like that huh. It's funny that someone would make a hentai version of a vocaloid but maybe there's gonna be some crossover hentai where regular anime girls get the porno treatment, haha. We all secretly wish we could meet some hyper developed young women. Nothing wrong with that. As long as they're not implants I'm o.k. with that. Demonic as it is you might be more attracted to this version of her than the other. Now what kind of application does a vocaloid have? It would be a virtual character that you could build or buy in a far future world. When virtual reality has taken over we'll have all kind of weird things out there. Virtual whorehouses, virtual killing games, virtual dreams for sale, you name it. Especially those Asians. They come out with things that we would never have, like vocaloids. Someone might even make a construct just to date her in a virtual world. Things like "Second Life" are only the beginning of a new world. Constructs will be your second persona. Miku is a hottie. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "I'd like to interface with that construct. She's a program worth debugging!"
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Well, I don't think I've reviewed this movie yet, lol! It can be hard to keep a track sometimes. I think I've only done one double review in my life, and that was a Batman game. It's a good game, ha. This time I got "Acolytes". The word acolyte refers to a student. An assistant if you will. A protégé. In this movie we have a killer burying a body in the woods and a kid sees what happened. He waits for the guy to go away and inspects the scene. This is an Australian movie by the way. One of the better ones. So the kid goes to school and gets two of his friends to try to blackmail the killer into killing a bully. Nice idea but a dangerous game to play. This starts to work at first but quickly it frays into madness as the bully counter offers the killer. Now the killer and the bully are on the same side. What we end up with is a standoff of sorts. The girl gets kidnapped and the guy that likes her is force to go looking for her. His friend has gone missing but later he finds out what really happened to him. The outcome is looking grim in this one already at this point. He tries to set her free and the killer comes back. His wife happens to be in the dark corner of this room with a knife. It turns out the killer is married to another killer! And they have a baby even. How twisted is that! The kid that wants to save his girlfriend meets a bad fate and learns why he was a bad student, or in other words, acolyte. The girl ends up being the survivor. It's an unapologetic, uncompromising, and realistic approach to show you how bad choices can lead to more bad choices. This movie does not go down the path you would think. Can killers fall in love with each other? Maybe. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator THE EVIL SCHOOLGIRL says: "I would be the perfect student to a psycho. Teach me, teach me, teach me!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 6:09 AM
What is classic art to you? To many it would be renaissance art. This picture here is classic art no doubt. You see a lot of detail in this picture and it's very clear. The reason for that is back then paintings were their photographs so they wanted to do a good job. That kinda makes me like painting more now. We all have digital cameras and cell phone cameras but we never think about how before all that paintings were the only way anyone could remember any person or place. Classic art is dead with the rise of photographs and those have been around a long time. The irony is how art has evolved. We have artworks all around us now that are just as good or better than those greats and we don't acknowledge them. Painting styles are cooler and more detailed now. You could call many modern classics. Photo art is amazing now days with the ability to manipulate photos and put multiples together. Truth is we've surpassed the greats a long time ago but the greats are the greats. It's like comics; we've all but mastered the comic art and there is some really cool comic art out there now days. Old comics are classic but the ones we have now are so much more full of talent that it's really ironic. Modern art is not classic but it could be. The problem is there are so many great artists now that it would be too many to notice. Real art is done for the art, not for acknowledgement, although it does help. The craft comes first. Tattooists are also highly skilled artists. It's not easy. Very skilled art. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "Classic art is gone because I stole them all! They're on my spaceship!"
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Scream Queen #12. For a good scream there's always Paris. I don't mean the destination. I mean the blonde. Yes that would be Paris Hilton. She did a good job in "House Of Wax" alongside Elisha Cuthbert. I was wondering if she'd ever do any mainstream horror since I'd seen a DVD cover or two at the video store with her in some lesser known horror movies. Yup she can scream. And she can die pretty good too. She had an awesome death scene in this movie with a rusty metal pipe jamming through her forehead. I was crazy about her after watching "The Simple Life" and I like her more for doing horror movies. That's funny when you think about it. Poor Elisha didn't fare too well either in this movie. Didn't she get her fingertip cut off? Ouch! Those girls dun got cut up. I did notice the scene where she was in night vision, lol, making fun of her ex that released footage no doubt. Classic. The story behind house of wax was really good and it was easily one of the best remakes out there. If you look up the original it's from 1953! This one is from 2005. Too bad she won't be doing much more horror. I have a feeling she's done dying in movies. I was hoping to count the many death scenes of Paris but I think she's moving on. Oh well. We can hope she comes back. Come back to horror Paris! You know you want another fatality under your belt. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator THE GRAVEROBBER says: "I buried her once already. Whaduya mean she's not really dead!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 4:26 AM
In this anime movie "Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence" the atmosphere takes on a whole new feel compared to the original. The first anime was one of the most successful anime successes of all time and still is one of them. It has had games and a series made from it. It has become legend. In this movie you don't know what to think at first because you have no idea how it relates to the first movie at all, but it sucks you in immediately. A detective whose humanity is almost all gone, aside from his brain being real, searches for the answers to who killed the owner of a sex bot. He's a cyborg in a world where people hardly know if they're human or cyborg anymore because cyborgs have grown feelings. The main difference is the cyborgs don't age. I imagine that could become big business in the future where everyone wants to stay young forever, like a doll. The sex bot is basically an artificially intelligent robot made for sex, and made to act just like a real woman. It's the evolution of the sex doll. Imagine people marrying sex drones in the future because they know how to love and act totally human. What a weird world that would be. You could buy a wife. And she might not mind if you're a cyborg right? Yeah so the line gets blurred. This mystery leads the detective to search for the killer until he finds the problem. A man that runs the company making the sex bots steals human souls and puts them into the robots. Now the souls can't be real but you can make a digital construct copy of a person's soul in the future, which is pretty much the same thing. So a robot could feel tortured if it were a life that remembers who it was. The best part, which this is a spoiler for, is that the robot's ghost from the first movie comes back in this one. In the first one she fled into the internet from her body. Now she came back and entered a new robotic body to save her partner. Her partner was more human in the first one. I love the story behind this one and it's sure to make you really think and rewatch more than once. This future scares me but at the same time I'd love to be a part of it. The question is how human you'd really be. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I used to be human... oh actually that's not true. I've always been a blue monster!"
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Looking at this picture of Hayden Panettiere I almost wondered if she had tats for real. Not many celebs really change that much that quickly so I didn't fall for it. It does make one wonder what's possible digitally though if you can put tattoos on people. You could manipulate anything you can see on the internet really and nobody would be the wiser. We only know what we see really. In the future all t.v. may be broadcast over the internet so the wool could be pulled over our eyes quite easily. This reminds me of a movie where they manipulate war propaganda on t.v. and everyone thought it was real. Well on the internet that would be much easier to accomplish. One day you have a nice, clean image and the next you could have tats. Pretty wild in a way. And for all you know people would believe it. I've even seen sites that have fake news articles along with fake pictures so nothing is off limits these days. In a world where news online can be tampered with who can we trust? It might seem like cyberpunks are untrusting but that's only because of the possibility of reality turning out like one of those cool movies. If censorship online got too bad then that could lead to something similar. If we had new laws that went against our way of life that could do it too. While other countries have different laws they say we have it worse with censorship in certain areas. That makes me wonder what that means. You can't trust what you see on the internet. It's getting to be a world where we don't know what's real anymore. Does that scare anyone? It's good to be aware and alert. To an extent some paranoia is healthy. We have no idea if someone is watching our activity as we type even. "The Matrix" has applicable attributes to reality. Do you trust the electronic world before us? Digg this article here
Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "I love girls with tats. What do you mean they aren't real? I'll have to tattoo her!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 4:53 AM
I love me a good action movie with hired guns going at it with each other. This movie "The Tournament" was a nice surprise. It takes place in a random city that ends up getting shut down. Yup, the whole entire city folks! So that can't be a major city at all I'm guessing. If it were that would be way too insane. This secret society of rich people run tournaments where hired killers face off against each other against their own will in order to save their lives. But there can be only one winner so obviously someone has to die. The premise is really cool and there aren't many movies where they do similar things from what I know of. They have the whole gamut of players here too so you can bet on seeing every type of hired gun there is, or a good assortment at least. You don't really feel like rooting anyone on since they're all killers so you inevitably don't care what happens to them, but don't let that stop you from wondering. I kept trying to guess the whole time. I wish there were more movies with plots like this but then they would say that movie is copying this other movie so take it as it comes. That's some serious stuff if they can shut down a whole city for this death match. You'll most likely have a favorite kill after watching a few. They even implanted microchips to track them so it's like a video game. I'd be really pissed off at whoever was sponsoring that. Are there any winners in this? You gotta find out. Why do rich people have to be demented? They're so bored that they get their kicks off of killing. Crazy rich people. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "I'd tell you to say your prayers but most likely you'll all die. So oh well!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 4:17 AM
You think you're badass? Are you as tough as these two? I decided to use these two since they resemble super soldiers. Rain from "Ninja Assassin" and Phillipe Nover from UFC. I think it's safe to say that most of us aren't super fighters and far from super soldiers. Keeping up with current news it's plain to see that things are changing. Stem cells are all the rage now. So what if someone used stem cells to create super strong people like in "Dark Angel" the t.v. series or "UKM: Ultimate Killing Machine"? I have this theory. If it's in movies then the military already knows about it and are working on it. You could say I have this fear that our government is one step ahead of us at all times. Think about it, they say Area 51 is supposed to be hiding top secret technology and stem cells are already being used in the news as an alternative to surgery. Lasers are being used as surgery alternatives as well since you don't have to cut into a person. I didn't even know they could do that yet. So who's to say that people couldn't be experimenting on soldiers? Times are changing faster than we think and we really don't know what's possible. I'd love to be a super soldier. I did read once in a magazine about how they're trying to make people that create their own proteins so they don't have to work out to stay in buff shape. Hell, I also read about doctors working on cyborgs. These two look like cyborgs. And they are two badasses. How do you sign up to be a super soldier? Digg this article here
Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "Are they gonna fight? I'd like to bet on who wins. Ninja with swords or green hulk? Betting on double death!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 5:41 AM
Versus Killer #32. A new Versus Killer is upon us. That man is Travis in "Taxi Driver". He didn't start out in the beginning of the movie killing but he may very well have had to in Vietnam. The mentally unstable vet wallows in loneliness and despair, feeling detached from the busy bustle of the city life he's surrounded by. The atrocities he witnessed in the war give him a different view of life. One that separates him from the very society he's wanting to be a part of. He grows a sort of distaste and disgust for the ugly side of mankind and becomes unhinged. He thinks about killing someone that encroaches on our civil rights in a political office. The more frayed he becomes the more he grows anti-social. That's about when he cuts his hair into a mohawk. You get the sense that he doesn't have anyone in life to relate to or talk to. He sets out to save a young adolescent from the clutches of a pimp and the group that house her. So in his own way he makes progress from going after a politician to going after a group of mobsters, even though killing won't give him a good ending. He really doesn't care for a good ending and it seems finalistic, like as if he's fed up with everything and wants to just get away from it all, even if that means a prison cell. We can relate to the punk and feel sorry for the man. This isn't a movie review but I kinda did divulge the whole plot in a nutshell. He wasn't cut out for war as most soldiers aren't. At least he was a hero. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "I told him to do it. I'm a busy man ya know, getting people to clean up the streets!"
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Zombies are a lively bunch... actually they're not. At all. They don't play dead. They are dead. Things didn't start that way though. Once they were alive and now they hate us. Not because they want to hate us but because they have no choice. It's like regressing to a more primal state but it's more complicated than that. If you kill the mind and body slowly enough while increasing the adrenaline you could also end up with the same effect. It could give a person a rabid feeling without getting rabies, like in "Quarantine". I always imagined the process including that a person rots while alive, which is really weird, and the body would produce more adrenaline to kill the pain and strengthen the immune system without result. Sort of like a negative feedback loop. A similar rot could be seen in "Feast" where the guy is moving slowly and his body is "soft" enough for the monster to smash his head with its claws. So it's the adrenaline that makes them hate us as it gets to be too high. Consider it an adrenaline high that has the wrong effect since the brain is half rotted. It could easily regress a mind to a more primal state. A primal human is more like a creature than man. In fact that could explain those movies where zombies seem more like creatures with a bad attitude. The main fact is that zombies must be rotting. As for buried dead, it would require nuclear-electro magnetic energy. It's like reanimating a puppet with invisible strings. In the original "Night Of The Living Dead" the cause was nuclear so that was probably more like fallout. My idea is puppetry. It's like superimposing a magnetic negative of life over a dead body. A buried person would have no life left at all. Kinda like injecting a ghost. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator THE GRAVEROBBER says: "I've tried to kill the dead but it doesn't work. Trust me. It just makes them very angry!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 8:29 AM
It's no doubt that I must have ranted about GPS before but I got a new angle. You know that movie "Resident Evil: Extinction" where Alice is found by GPS satellite? Well That is a very real fear. We've heard about Onstar and how they could possibly track you even after stopping service, which doesn't matter to me, but what could that lead to? It could lead to the soldiers being tracked on the battlefield so we know what happens to them. It could lead to the old fear of a laser from the sky that could vaporize a human without scathing the ground. It could lead to a big brother world where we no longer use social security numbers because they could track us with implants. It could lead to a world where we have no privacy what so ever. In a world like that it would make sense since the use of paper would be lessened and that would mean less social security cards. Maybe no wallets even. It would all be in us. Satellite technology is great but it's not hard to imagine that one could watch us like an eagle eye. In that sort of world cyberpunks would rise with the increase in possible security everywhere, the stifling of liberties, the rise of censorship in news, the rise of internet censorship, the rise in corporate run government, etc. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "Man is doomed to imitate what they see in movies, hahaha! You cannot win human!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 9:22 AM
I like tracers as much as the next guy but not this much. Apparently there's a sort of fetish for shooting with tracer rounds and blowing things up at night. Like a club if you will. But who would have those sort of rounds or explosives? Who would do this for fun? Either ex-military or a militia or some rednecks with connections. I can see how you'd like to blow things up for fun in safety without getting put in prison for it. Actually that does sound like fun. For some reason I think you could get addicted to that rush and end up like Tyler Durden in "Fight Club". I wonder how quick your money would go that way? It might also be a cool way to learn how to shoot better if you got the right type of goggles. I don't promote blowing things up near residential areas or suburbs but if you know of any wide open expanses that nobody cares for then that might be your ticket. That makes me think of kids playing war games in dessicated cities devastated by war. A new kind of paintball maybe? Tracer paintballs? But what about the explosives; those aren't really safe no matter what you do. Maybe they could be staged to go off in certain locations or be non lethal bombs or self extinguishing flash fire bombs. Don't mess with fire around a forest though. A destroyed city or run down town might work best people. Think about it. Non lethal rounds and bombs could be fun! Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FLESHCRAWL says: "Ummm... guys that last bomb was a real one! I can't hear a damn thing you're saying!"
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Most people like cars that seat two people. I don't mind cars that seat four people either. But when it comes to some dune buggies or smaller cars sometimes you only have room for one or two people. This car is a concept made by none other than Nike, the shoe brand. They have their sights set on making some cars for racing now and this one looks cool. The only thing is this car only seats one. It sure looks fast though. It's called the "Nike One". I don't know what kind of motor it would have but most critics will agree that it would have to have some sort of computerized motor with microchips in order to have this build. That is the wave of the future ya know, the computer motors. They're much lighter and have no moving parts. Someday fixing a car will require a computer programmer. Yikes! I bet this thing takes the corners hard and does better on really flat expanses. Another critic point of view is where's the suspension? That is a good question. I'd say it's probably built into the tires and body itself like a new kind of suspension system not made yet. The rest is what you could imagine. It's fast, it's able to maneuver through traffic quickly, it's possibly not even street legal, and it doesn't exist. But it sure is nice. I'd like one. It would be even better if it somehow had the option to seat two with innovation. Maybe like a jet fighter cockpit would be nice. I'd like to see a car like that. The one seat model is nice though. Wear a helmet with this. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I'd be blastin' that song 'I can't drive 55' while taking sharp corners!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 10:20 AM
You may have heard of this. The new thing now days is to get these procedures dealing with stem cell replanting. They take fat from your belly and extract stem cells from it to use as needed in whatever part of the body you want them injected into. Some people have had success with these procedures. I don't know what to think but it sure beats plastic surgery doesn't it! Yeah. I've seen so many botched plastic surgeries to last me a lifetime and it's about time something new came along. I just never thought it would happen in my lifetime. Stem cells used to be controversial but now they have the green light so you see them everywhere. I think it's great if it actually works. Suzanne Somers used stem cells to regrow a breast after battling breast cancer! Sounds like it works to me. Now they have stem cell face lifts, which is really just your stem cells injected into your face. And supposedly it works. Maybe take off 10 or so years. Not bad. I'd like to use stem cells to repair my eyesight so I don't have to wear contacts and now it sounds possible. It's a shock really. But you know it's gotta cost a boat load of money. The kind of money us common folk don't have lying around. With innovations like this you have to be very weary of black market sellers trying to rip people off with fake injections full of something that's probably bad for you. For the rest of us it sounds like real promise. I also heard they were working on using stem cells to fight diabetes. That could work but it would require using stem cells to help you get back in shape, with exercise preferably. What a shock that would be. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "Don't know 'bout you but I don't much wanna fix my eyesight. Chicks dig night vision!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 10:45 PM
Article #2,200! This video capture is from a photoshop tutorial I think. The creator was making something that looks like tentacles. I looked even closer and saw something more. You know what I saw? I see the perfect propulsion system if you look at how the tentacles were moving. This could explain how some creatures might move under water. No creature has tentacles that long in reality though. If something did it would be a new hybrid monster on the loose! Or maybe a designer Loch Ness created by a mad scientist. Wow, now that would make a cool episode of the "X-Files" or some show like that. We're on the edge of an age where things are changing too so it's possible that this would be the prefect time to have something lurking about that we couldn't quite imagine but yet we are able to create with modern technology. Would someone ever create some mutant Loch Ness creature to terrorize people on purpose? Yeah. Will it happen? Only if some mad scientist feels like it. If something had tentacles like this it would have no problem navigating through water faster than any water vehicle, including a hydroplane. In an age where we have nuclear accidents you never know what could be growing in the deep, dark depths. Man made horrors are the deadliest and the worst of the lot. We must fear ourselves. Or whatever lives below. Digg this article here
Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "Oh no, it's Cthulhu come to cleanse us of our impurities, of which I have many!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, February 3, 2012 at 4:19 PM
Versus Game #66. Since music is the name of the game last post I thought I'd run with it. This game "Beat Hazard" has a cool feature you won't find in any other game. It's so cool that I think I'm inspired. It responds to whatever music you put in. So if you want a tougher game then you put in some crazy ass psycho metal and you get a bunch of enemies spawning and end bosses up the yin yang. What I'd like to see in more games is a customizable soundtrack and this game takes it even further. This idea is incredibly revolutionary, but not as revolutionary as a motion sensor I suppose. Well it's revolutionary to me at least. Gosh darn it it is revolutionary to some people so there! I know most people are already hacking "Guitar Hero" to play whatever song they want, including heavy metal band I know, but this is cool beans to me. You can find it on the Xbox marketplace for free I think but don't let that deter you from it. It's sort of like a top view "R-Type", although not as amazingly cool as the legend. It's hard to beat a legend with a free download game ya know. If they did redo something like "R-Type" in a game with both side views and first person views then it would be the best. Until then we have "Beat Hazard"! Take caution on what kind of music you use for the difficulty. I'm still new to this technology, lol! It sure beats the hell out of Atari games so people should like it more. Don't ask me what the plot is. I dunno. Do you really care what the plot is? Hell no! Let's destroy! Digg this article here
Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "This game is how us aliens prepare for real combat Earthling!"