Movie Review: Alpha and Omega: The Big FureezeMovie Review: Alpha and Omega: The Big Fureeze by Thunderstarwarp
Alpha and Omega: The Big Fureeze
Merry Christmas my fellow readers, and if you're at all like me, you like to blow through a collection of animated Christmas specials both old and new. I love Christmas and one of my favorite things to do around this holiday is watch Christmas specials whether it be by myself or with my loving family. But every year there's a new, sometimes near forgot Christmas film to enter the direct-to-video market and we're here to exploit one of those titles.
Once again we're talking about the infamous Alpha and Omega movies. I already talked about one of the films already as well as my opinion on the series as well but I'll go over briefly. I actually have a respect for the series despite the low quality films they are, I'm a fan of the series in that ironic way. Even after the abysmal garbage that was 'Dino Digs' I still couldn't help but be enthused about the next film.
So much so that I knew the back story for the film before I even knew it's release date. You
Game Review: Sweet HomeGame Review: Sweet Home by Thunderstarwarp
Title- Sweet Home
Platform- Nintendo Famicom (Nintendo Entertainment System)
Release Date- December 15, 1989
Ha ha, okay, come on. Can't tell me that the few readers I have didn't see this one coming. The infamous 'Sweet Home'; the game that inspired the first 'Resident Evil'. Yep, I'm not kidding. This is the game that helped conceived one of Capcom's most profitable and popular franchises! What a perfect candidate for a Halloween themed review.
I've already went into detail about my history with the 'Resident Evil' series so we'll look over that. Instead look into the game itself. The game was only released exclusively in Japan on the Nintendo Famicom (Japan's NES) as part of a movie of the same name. While 'Resident Evil' didn't create the survival horror genre [of that era] like many people think (play 'Alone in the Dark') there's no denying it made it popular, and it wouldn't have come to b
15 Years Later...15 Years Later...15 Years Later... by Thunderstarwarp
So this is it, another look back at September 11th, the date in which displays perhaps one of the most devastating moments in my personal life time that happened in my country. It's always hard to believe to think countries all around the world have to put up with so much more so frequently.
And here I am, just sitting in my humble household, facing a computer screen typing away while listening to music, Top 15s, or Chills. And now I'm stuck at an impasse in what I want to write when it comes to my tradition in writing a story marking the occasion. I usually am able to come up with something but this time I'm at quite a quandary.
Looking around my room; posters for cartoons, movies, and games, CD Soundtracks, VHSs, DVDs, Blu-rays, video games, action figures and what naught with of course the thing that's remained in my room for so long, my American Flag.
Since my earliest days in life looking back, I've always loved my country. I remember always drawing