Saturday, April 13, 2013

I Love The Way This Commercial Was Shot But....

I love the way this commercial was shot but this (The Pitcher) kid has some thick eyebrows

Friday, April 12, 2013

"Kick Ass 2" I hope this is as good as the first


Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

"The Walking Dead" Season 3 Finale Snippet Review

By Devin Haskins




The Snippet Review "Walking Dead Season 3 Finale"

SPOILER ALERT!!!

I must admit I get a little giddy this time of year. This is the time of year when the cold weather begins to break, birds begin to sing, and the undead comes to life. I looked forward to seeing last Sunday's season finale of "The Walking Dead season 3". All season the producers did a great job of building the tension between the two camps. It was made clear in the beginning of the season that the Governor was one sick cat (i.e. the wall of heads). He was a wolf in sheep clothing in a town full of sheep (with a few small wolves mixed in).

Rick, who started the season doing his best Shane impression finally came to grips with who he really was (a tender hearted hallucinogenic guy who was verbally b*tched smacked by his son during the last two episodes). When given time to think over the Governor’s Michonne ultimatum Rick devised a plan that secured his prison camp victory over the Woodbury siege, which resulted in The Governor showing his wolf side to his defeated make shift army by shooting them.

Meanwhile back at Woodbury Milton was finishing up his potatoes and gravy with a side order of Andrea neck. I must admit I feel sorry to see her go, but she had it coming; a byproduct of sleeping with the crazed lunatic enemy.

The episode ends with Rick bringing some of the Woodbury folk back to the prison to stay which pisses Carl off. The Governor has ridden off to some place unknown with his two lieutenants (both of them look a little uncertain of his mental state), and Morgan is still piling up zombie carcasses mumbling “I’m in the clear.”

I have to say I was disappointed in the finale. Unlike last season this year’s finale didn’t end with a good cliff hanger. Last season we questioned what’s going to happen with Andrea and who is the hooded person? We asked what’s the deal with the prison? Will Rick tell the group about Shane? This year the only questions we asked was where did The Governor go; and when is Maggie and Glenn’s fabulous wedding?

All jokes aside The Walking Dead is still one of my favorite shows. I hope next season starts off stronger then this season ended.



** Out of 5

Monday, April 8, 2013

"Evil Dead" Takes in 25 Million!


1) The Evil Dead (2013)     $25,775,847
2) G.I. Joe Retaliation         $20,875,389
3) The Croods                     $20,651,694