First of all, Vinnie Mac looking as good as ever. Secondly, this is a major announcement by the WWE. WWE had their third quarter financial call today and the WWE Network numbers are clearly not where they want them to be, so they had to make some kind of change. Before we get into that, it boggles my mind that the Network subscriber numbers are low. I subscribed to the WWE Network the day it was available and it’s gotten better every day since. They release new content EVERY DAY, and literally have something for every type of fan. Do you like the behind the scenes stories? They have dozens of documentaries, including their DVD releases and WWE Network exclusive documentaries including WrestleMania Rewind, Monday Night Wars and Legend Roundtables. They have PPV’s from every major promotion from every era, so they have the biggest moments from the NWA, WWE, WCW, ECW, Georgia Championship Wrestling, WCCW and every other major promotion. If you’re a wrestling fan, you need the Network. They shouldn’t have to try and sell this thing, but they have to, because wrestling fans are honestly some of the oddest people in the universe. Anyway, back to the announcement. I haven’t watched a WWE PPV for free since I was a little kid and my dad had the black box that let you watch the pay per view channels for free. Not only do you get all their content for free for 30 days, but you get the Survivor Series pay per view as well. WWE also announced in an email to all subscribers that starting in December, a 6 month commitment is no longer necessary. They have to do whatever they can to entice more subscribers to try out the Network, and I hope it works. I’ve been a WWE fan for a long time, and the Network is an awesome tool to appreciate the past, present and future of wrestling. Good luck, Vince.
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I’m glad these trailers aren’t that long, because I don’t want to see all the action before I actually see the movie. This final trailer gives us just enough action to keep our attention and simultaneously make us want more. Crazy talented cast, amazing special effects and a built in story you know is going to deliver. I’m ready to watch Jennifer Lawrence kick all of the asses.
Halloween is one of the few holidays that evolve as you get older. Easter, Christmas and Thanksgiving pretty much stay the same no matter how old you get: you hang with your family, you eat too much food, you watch whatever sport is on at the time. Halloween changes drastically from childhood to adult hood. When your a kid, you loved dressing up and going trick or treating (unless you’re one of those really cool people who hate Halloween). You ate to so much candy that you got sick to your stomach but it was totally worth it, because candy is amazing. As you grow up, Halloween becomes the night you dress and go to Halloween parties and drink too much. It’s usually a blast; without adult Halloween parties we’d never have the chance to break up a fight between a member of the Mighty Ducks and a ghost. One part of Halloween that doesn’t change are horror movies. Horror movies and Halloween go together like lamb and tuna fish, and you can’t have a great (or successful) horror movie without a great a villain. Here are our favorite horror movie villains.
Damien Thorn – The Omen
I will never look at children the same way after watching this movie. That probably came out weird, but you get the point. Damien from The Omen was the freakiest, weirdest most deranged child in the history of cinema. He’s got nanny’s hanging themselves and SPOILER ALERT: he’s the fucking Anti-Christ. Masked villains are haunting, but to me there is nothing scarier than a demon disguised as a perfectly normal child. When/if I have children, any friends they bring over are going to have to go through rigorous demon testing. Nobody get’s one over on ole’ Ryan.
The Alien – Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Alien Versus Predator, Prometheus
“In Space No One Can Hear You Scream”. Probably one of the most memorable horror/thriller lines of all time to go along with the most badass horror movie villain to ever grace the silver screen. The Alien from Alien (and a bunch other movies) is a bad mother fucker who would happily rip your heart clean out of your chest without hesitation. You want suspense in a movie? Watch Alien in the dark, go ahead, I DARE you. That shit is scary no matter how many times you watch it and no matter how old you are. Sure, The Alien isn’t supernatural or demonic, but I can guarantee you that if the girl from “The Ring” saw this dude coming out of a TV set she would run to the well from once she came.
DU-BYE – A woman dressed as a zombie was busted for drunk driving — twice — during a three-hour binge in upstate New York.
Catherine Butler, 26, was first pulled over in Gates at 2 a.m. Saturday morning after cops spotted her driving without headlights,
The woman was wearing a ghoulish costume after attending a Halloween party at the time of her arrest.
She was arrested, and a pal later picked her up from the Monroe County police station and took her to her home.
But, having apparently not learned her lesson, the Rochester native was then caught driving again — this time without the zombie makeup — less than three hours later, after officers spotted her swerving on a local road.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say Catherine Butler did not have the best weekend. One DUI I can understand: you’re out on the town for a Halloween party and have too much to drink. You forget to turn your headlights on at 2am and the next thing you’re taking a really ugly mug shot at the police station. We’ve all been there. You chalk it up as a loss and move on. You know what you don’t do? You don’t get drunk that same day and start driving around again. You just don’t do it. Rule number one of getting a DUI is try your hardest not to get another DUI. Especially when the first DUI happened three hours before. If I had bet on what happened here, I’d say that she was still drunk from the first DUI. It was only three hours later, and if you’ve been drinking all night the alcohol stays in your system a lot later than 5am. I’ve woken up at noon after a night of drinking and still felt just as buzzed as I did the night before. However, Catherine did take the time to wipe her zombie make up off, but clearly that was not enough to stop her from getting DUI number 2. Hell of a weekend, Catherine. Enjoy public transportation for the foreseeable future.
For those who don’t know, Max Weinberg was the original drummer/band leader for what is now the Basic Cable Band. Before James Wormworth and Jimmy Vivino, Weinberg not only led the band, but occasionally got in on the fun as well. When Conan left NBC and signed with TBS, Max didn’t make the move. This probably had something to do with his OTHER job, which is being the drummer for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Whether Wormworth actually fell in a well or not, I’m just happy Max came back and reunited with his old pals. If we get a few episodes of awkward stares between Max and Conan I’ll be happy forever.
Welp, The Avengers is officially a 3rd and 4th movie. Look for The Avengers (and friends) to join forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy and face off against Thanos. I’m on comic book overload and I love it.
You can’t spoof a sketch better than this. You just can’t. My favorite was the second video with the children in the back seat, because you’ don’t have to stretch your imagination that far to imagine Matthew McConaughey somehow driving around with someone else’s kids, going over his theories on the universe. This week was SNL’s Halloween themed episode, and about 85% of the sketches focused on that. While the episode as a whole definitely didn’t hit it out of the park, the Lincoln spoof, Carrey Family Reunion and Weekend Update sketches were top notch. Can’t wait for Chris Rock this Saturday.
Not even King James is safe from internet trolls. Really, shredman130? Really? You can literally see The King’s 6 pack tearing through his shirt. If Lebron James is fat then there isn’t a cow in Texas, and I know for a FACT that there are cows in Texas. Lots of them.