THE LAST JEDI novelization releases on March 6th, 2018

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Cabin Fever (2002)

This movie always seemed to be a cult classic with me. A lot of people seemed to hate it and the ones that don’t seem to love it.

A group of college kids rent out a cabin for the week to party,get laid and unwind. It doesn’t take long for all hell to break loose. An obviously very sick man shows up wanting help and not wanting to be infected they drive him off and accidentally set him on fire. Unknown to them he puts himself out by diving into what is the areas water supply.

As the infection spreads people start turning on each other and the local towns people attempt to kill them. The visuals aren’t but the acting is good enough and while not the scariest movie it is still solid. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Don’t Kill It (2017)

Don’t Kill It on the surface is a typical demon movie and honestly it never truly goes much deeper. Dolph Lundgren plays a demon hunter but there is a small twist. He is responsible for letting this demon escape and the demon jumps from host to host in an unusual way. Anytime someone kills the host that person becomes the new host. The story while not very original is pretty well done and Dolph as always is fun to watch. While this may not be the best movie out there, I don’t see any reason to avoid it. Go enjoy it and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

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Comic Book Resources or CBR.com had a great write up about the novelization of the film, The Return of Swamp Thing. Here is an excerpt from the author, Peter David, talking about the challenges of writing a novelization of a movie that they knew was dead in the water before it was even released. via CBR.com: And […]

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Godzilla against Mechagodzilla (2002)

This is the 3rd time Godzilla has faced off against his mechanical foe, but this time is slightly different. As a little back story the original iteration was built by aliens to make it easy. This time around however the story has changed.

In the 2002 version This is an entirely different Godzilla than originally attacked Japan. Japan now in an effort to fight back has recovered the bones of the original and is using the DNA to build Mechagodzilla.

The story itself isn’t bad and the battle is fierce and like many of the previous Godzilla movies there is no clear cut winner. The thing I enjoy about these later movies is the stories are much more detailed and in depth than simply two monsters fighting each other which is nice and worth checking out. Definitely check it out, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.