It's Video Game Music Monday once again, and this time, we're going to delve into the realm of racing that is Mario Kart! Normally, when one thinks of Mario Kart music, one thinks of peppy, upbeat tunes featuring blaring trumpets or remixes and the like. However, there are a few spooky tunes (and stages) in the series' repertoire. In terms of which stage scared me the most as a kid, I would definitely say Banshee Boardwalk from Mario Kart 64 takes the cake.
This stage involves a creaky wooden track, a castle full of bats, a giant Cheep-Cheep, Boo ghosts, and areas where you have to be really careful to make sure you don't fall into the water
As promised in the last review, this week's Nostalgiaween episode of Nostalgia Critic focused on another Steven King adaptation, this time being the 1984 adaptation of Children of the Corn!
This review was much better than the Event Horizon review in my opinion. Not only did it have better jokes, but it also featured a movie that was more (pardon the pun) corny than scary. I would say this movie is even more hilarious than IT or The Langoliers based on the clips shown throughout the review. My favorite parts of this review were the 90's-style Frosted Children of the Corn Flakes commercial and the sketch at the very end. Now I understand why
Its October 21st, 2015! Make sure to say hello to Marty and the Doc if you see them! :)
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It’s been more than a year since I had posted anything on my blog. As such, I feel that now is the best time for me to put an end to it once and for all.
I had already deleted my Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr accounts more than a year ago, and I’ve since deleted everything else related to me, from my Imgur and Medium accounts to even my FimFiction account.
The only remnant of my former blogging career will be my deviantArt account here. I have chosen to keep this of all accounts intact since it has been here where I have had the most exposure and made the most connections. I want to keep that, so this will remain up.
In case you haven’t noticed, I haven’t been posting much within the past few weeks. There’s a couple of reasons for that, and most of them amount to a lot of stress within my life.
The first reason was Hurricane Irma. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or at least off of the East Coast, Hurricane Irma hit my home state of Florida, and while it had been reduced to a Category 2 storm by the time it reached where I lived, the storm managed to really hit hard. While my own house was spared, our backyard fencing, garage roof, and even our whole front porch was torn away. We managed to maintain power the day we returne
I’ve been working on a major Statist and Anarchist comic over the past few days. In fact, it’s so massive that it’s going to be provided in four parts, each with eight-panel comics instead of the typical six panels. Before then, I’ll be releasing a single gag-a-day comic tomorrow.
The actual multi-part comic will be released in its entirety tomorrow on the Statist and Anarchist Tumblr blog, and later into parts here on deviantART, Facebook, and the official blog starting the very next day on Saturday.
As for the topic of this comic? Well, for starters, it’s not going to be a Statist and Anarchist comic, per say
I know you're pretty much unofficially done with the game of political debate and analysis and that we don't talk much anymore, but despite our increasing obvious disagreements over a great deal of topics over the recent years I just wanted to let you know that even now I still care enough to remember...