DeviantArt user Poopbear (see what he did there?) brings us this wonder-filled visualization of The Count taking care of business.
Who better than Count von Count to administer The Breakfast Club’s ol’ “Two Hits” bit?
- MUSTARD JAR!
I promise I’ll stop posting all these Skyrim videos if you promise to stop making awesome Skyrim videos. Read More →
- Dr. Horrible Wins Emmy, Blames Public
Dr. Horrible himself tweeted to share the very exciting news with the world. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog has won an Emmy. Read More →
- Happy Holidays from Bethesda
Bethesda Softworks wishes a Happy Holidays to everyone that’s been playing Skyrim and an even happier holidays to those that might receive the game this holiday season. Read More →
- Princess and the Frog Review
When it was announced that the Mouse House was coming out with a new, mostly hand drawn feature, I was eager to check it out and even willing to overlook the presence of the word “Princess” in the title. I gotta tell ya, methinks The Princess and The Frog belongs right up there with the likes of The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King. Read More →
- Silent Scream
Silent Scream is a mostly forgotten slasher gem from 1980 that’s recently seen its first DVD release. While it’s not going to topple Halloween or Black Christmas from atop my list of personal favorites, it’s still a damned good slice of moodiness. Read More →
- Volcano Lightning
Not only was the volcano sending lava bombs flying through the air, the volcano created a lightning storm that lasted long enough for Martin to commit the whole thing to digital memory for us to see. Read More →
- Save Steve Niles' Sonny
In his writing, Steve Niles has intrigued and surprised us, shook us and took us on adventures near and far. Known especially for his work on the comic-turned-motion-picture 30 Days of Night, Niles has created works consumed by thousands around the world. If you’ve ever enjoyed a Steve Niles work in the past, there’s no better time than now to give back. Read More →
- PA TV and The Splendid Magic of Penny Arcade
Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik started Penny Arcade in 1998, over ten years ago. Throughout their years as an internet entity they’ve achieved a lot more than simply being one of the most recognized webcomics in existence. Read More →