Daily Archives: November 27, 2010
Dear Lord, my eyes…MY EYES!!! Folks, before you attempt to even watch one minute of this bugfuck crazy Turkish rip-off of Star Wars, be forewarned: Once you go down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny. The final ten minutes of this are so batshit insane and disturbing, you may lose your mind and believe you are trapped in a world where a guy in a shiny blue shirt jumps around on trampolines in the desert kicking and punching conquistadors and furry monsters in half, while bootlegged film clips of Star Wars are edited in and the theme from Indiana Jones blares in an endless loop. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WHY WAS THIS MADE???
I just hit Worldofwarcraft.com on my way to check out the forums and was completely blown away by the deal they’re having right now.
Check out this insanity! For $20 you can own the original vanilla WoW as well as the next two expansions. That’s three games, with thousands of hours worth of playtime, for the price of the first game!
There has never been a better time to start playing World of Warcraft, or to return to the game. Azeroth just went up in flames last week with a major patch, giving us a ton of new stuff to play with, new and previously blocked off zones opened up to explore, a completely new 1-60 quest leveling experience, changes to race / class combinations and tons more.
Keep in mind you’ll still have to pay normal ($39.99) price for the expansion that’s coming out December 7th, but if you were curious about WoW, now’s the time to buy the old content you’ll need to play Cataclysm. This would also make a great gift for the holidays for someone you know who’s curious. Don’t forget, WoW also has a $15 monthly fee to play, so if you’re giving this as a gift, you might want to also consider a game card as part of your package.
Give the gift of WoW, or treat yourself! Come see Azeroth burn and help us fight Deathwing!
A palpable sense of darkness looms over Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1, the seventh — and bleakest — installment in the franchise yet. By now, any last vestiges of kid’s play have been thoroughly erased, letting this, the penultimate film in the Harry Potter universe, blossom into a dark, brooding and mesmerizing work of art. Just as its young stars grew up, the series has too, and is all the better for its sense of cinematic maturity.