Author has written 32 stories for Penguins of Madagascar, Doom, My Little Pony, Sonic the Hedgehog, Silverwing, Grand Theft Auto, Loud House, and Alpha and Omega.
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A. Iron Maiden's Fear of the Dark. Favorite album ever.
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Q. What do you wish to do in the future?
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Q. Movies you like that everyone else dislikes.
5. War of the Worlds 2005 version. It was crafty, explosive, and the acting was really good. Plus it's closer to the book than the 1953 version. The machines didn't hover, they actually walked. And also the design of the martian war machines was incredible. A must see for any action fan.
4. Prom Night 2008. I do admit that this movie is stupid and lame and often times boring and hardly scary at all. In fact this movie sucks. But the villain of the film was just messed up. He was cold, calculating, and actually kills a child which very few slasher films actually dare to do. And there is also the fact that this guy is willing to kill several people just so he could sleep with one girl. I don't encourage that, but still you have to admit it was worth points.
3. Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. Again another stupid movie. But I really did like it for the action and visual effects. It was a crappy film and yet it was a lot of fun to watch. I do not regret paying eight dollars to see it in theaters. I also do not regret paying twenty dollars for the DVD.
2. Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull. I will defend this movie forever. So many people hate this film because they say it is too ridiculous to be an Indiana Jones film. The biggest example people use is the refrigerator scene. While it is true you can't survive a nuclear explosion in a refrigeator you also can't survive falling from the sky in a raft or outrun a giant boulder or survive going over a cliff in a tank. But Indy did all of that and survived. There is also the fact that a lot of people have stated that aliens don't belong in an Indiana Jones film. Who the hell made that rule? I don't recall anyone ever making that rule. Harrison Ford didn't make that rule. Steven Spieldberg never made that rule. George Lucas didn't make that rule. NO ONE MADE THAT STUPID @#$%ING RULE! Want my advice? Just shut up, turn off your brain, and watch the dang movie. It's so much better that way. I'm willing to bet that ten years from now the haters will be looking back at it and saying, "We used to hate this? What was wrong with us?"
1. Alpha and Omega. Why did so many critics hate this movie? Were they trying to take it seriously? I mean it's a well done animated feature with proper animation and decent charecter development. I mean why would want to take an animated film seriously. IT'S AN ANIMATED FILM SO DON'T TAKE IT SERIOUSLY. I admit more emotion could have been put into the voice acting, but in my mind that is merely just a minor problem. There is also the fact that for once we have an animated movie about wolves which are hardly ever made. I LOVE WOLVES. Also there is the fact that this was Dennis Hopper's final film. RIP Dennis Hopper.
Q. Movies you like, but personally believe are overrated.
3. District 9. Don't anybody get me wrong here, I enjoyed District 9. I thought it was actually really good. However I don't think it was as creative or great as it was advertised to be. To me it was just a bunch of different film styles that were just mixed together and called a movie. It was a good concept, however I just think that they could have done a lot more with it. Oh well, it was still a fun film to watch and I certainly had a good time with it.
2. Back to the Future. I like this movie a lot, but to me there are just too many plot holes. Now I don't want to have to list them, but dosen't anyone think that when Marty's mother gets older she'll begin to realize that her son looks similar to someone she met a long time ago. Just saying.
1. Independence Day. A good idea for a movie and it had great special effects. But in the end it was just another standard and predictable alien invasion film. The aliens come in, destroy many cities, kill many people, and humanity ends up destroying all the aliens. In the end however the thing that was the real winner was Will Smith's performance. I pretty much enjoy any movie that he's in. Including Wild, Wild, West which many consider to be his worst film ever. Independence Day is average, but Will Smith's performance is the real winner.
Top 5 favorite Sonic the Hedgehog characters.
5. Blaze the Cat: For me she is the first really good female character in the games series. (I'm mixed about Rouge and we'll get to Amy Rose later on) She doesn't obsess with other characters and she tries to keep a level head in the middle of a fight. Not to mention in the game that introduces her she goes through a devlopmental phase that works.
4. Wave the Swallow: I honestly believe that Sonic Riders is an underrated game (Or at least a better Sonic racing game than Sonic R). I never played the second game and Sonic: Free Riders is just plain broken. I honestly like the Rouges and I agree with a number of others that Wave is easily the best member of the team. She is truthfully the one who keeps the team together and sadly she is unappreciated for it.
3. Miles "Tails" Prower: Sonic's longtime friend, side kick, and younger brother figure. The kid is not only adorable but he's also proven to be a helpful friend to Sonic many times in the past. Not to mention he for a kid his age he is incredibly intelligent. He fixes damaged equipment and he has used to intelligence to save Sonic's neck mulitple times. He's well worthy of his sidekick title. One that doesn't degrade him.
2. Sally Acorn: This is a character that gets way too much hate for all the wrong reasons. (And yes, there is such a thing as a wrong opinion) People call her a bitch for the worst reasons ever and too many stories write her way out of character. (Which is NEVER a good story telling tactic except for spoof telling tactics. Mostly by Amy Rose fans) Here's what the REAL Sally character is like. She is one of the most compassionate characters in the franchise. She puts the needs and concerns of others over herself even to the point where she will willingly harm herself to protect those that she cares about. She has her maternal side as well as evidenced by her role as a surrogate mother to Tails in the SatAm series (which is still an awesome show) Just stop with the hate for her. She doesn't deserve it in the slightest. For the one who truly deserves it, meet me in my next list. It's just sad that she's never been in any of the games either.
1. Sonic: (Who didn't see this coming?) Do I even need to explain. He's put his own life on the line many times simply to win the fight against Robotnik/Eggman. He's done so much good for others and usually without reward. Sometimes he does it to boast and others he does it simply to protect others. Either way he is the hero that they need.
Top 5 Sonic characters that I dislike
5. Antoine: Like Sally, he's never been in any of the games. He was a characters that was mainly in SatAm and the comics series. How to explain him? He's the Wesley Crusher of the SatAm series and if anyone here is familiar with Star Trek The Next Generation, you know what I mean. The only reason he's number 5 on the list is because he actually gets developed in the comic series for the better.
4. Big the Cat: Short and simple. He's just... there. It's been some time, but I can never remember him actually doing something to help benefit Sonic and them. So he's pretty useless.
3. Nic the Weasel: Nack's twin sister who's one trait is to be the more negative version of him. Thankfully she was only in the comics for a few issues. It's even been confirmed that she was removed by the genesis wave. So it's unlikely we'll be seeing her ever again.
2. Chris: But only the 4kids version. He's was more of a whiner in the 4kids version of Sonic X. In the Japanese version of the show, he was more coherent and far more likeable and, above all, less annoying. If you want to see Sonic X, watch the Japanese version. It's so much better.
1. Amy Rose: Probably gonna get a lot of hate for this but it's true. (Note: I am a Sally fan but I am putting that aside for the time being) I find Amy Rose to be incredibly insufferable. And she's popular? My problem with her is simple. She constantly stalks Sonic and claims to be his girlfriend even though Sonic has never even viewed their relationship as such. She flirts with him and others in a bid to get Sonic jealous but it never works. We have terms for people like that but I won't say it here. She keeps making a number of advances on him that he doesn't return so the chances of them being involved are reduced and Amy keeps living the delusion that they are together. I have never found this to be a good character trait... AT ALL! Now to be fair I have seen a couple of stories about her that were well written and (unlike the games) actually developed her. One was even a SonAmy story, imagine that. And I do kind of like her in the comics as she proves to be far more compotent in them and doesn't flirt as much. Bottom line, I just don't like her. She has yet to prove that she is worthy of my praise.
1/1/2015 edit: I have now watched Sonic Boom. The Amy in this series is MUCH better as she doesn't have much of an obsession and is actually funny. But it doesn't change her place on the list as I've had to endure an entire decade of the bad Amy.
Top 5 underrated slasher films and why.
5. Halloween (2008) I loved the original classic, but as far as remakes go, this one was actually pretty good. With this version they actually gave a more realistic version of why Micheal Myers starts killing people. In the original they just say he was posessed which I found to be kind of half-assed. In the remake Micheal came from one messed up family and he had a bully problem. And unlike most remakes which either copy the original or are nothing like the original, this remake stayed close to the original and Rob Zombie also threw in his own warped creativity. Good remake to a classic slasher film. H2 however, forget about it.
4. Friday the 13th (2009) This remake was actually pretty decent. The kills were creative and often unexpected. The acting was decent and the lighting fit the tone of the film. The problem that some people had was that Jason was actually running in the film. Well people Jason originally ran back in parts 2, 3, and 4. He didn't start walking until part 6: Jason Lives, well into the series at that point. Could it have been better? Yes it could have. But it was still pretty decent nonetheless. I'm sure we can all agree on one thing. It is very likely that we have yet to see the end of Jason Voorhees. This movie also prooves yet again that Micheal Bay is a better producer than he is a director.
3. Satan's Little Helper (2004) Horrible acting and horrible dialouge. But just the fact that the killings are pretty realistic and the fact that the killer tried to warp a young boys mind is pretty sweet for a slasher film. Also the story, lighting, and camera angles make for one fun movie. And the ending shows that good doesn't always triumph over evil. We never even see the killer's real face.
2. The Hitcher (1986) Just the fact that the killer in this movie claims twenty lives in just two days is pretty frightening. For all we know he may have a victim count in the triple digits. And you can tell that he has no remorse for what he has done. He never even gives us a reason for why he is killing. All we can do is assume is that he is killing just for the hell of it. A sequel was made in 2003 called 'The Hitcher 2: I've Been Waiting'. It was really good but did not perform well in the box office, so the planned third hitcher film was shelved. In 2008 a crappy remake was made, so the chances of the third movie being made are very slim.
1. Silent Night Deadly Night (1984) Considered by many to be one of the most controversial films of all time, SNDN is actually highly underrated. The film features a young man dressed as a Santa Claus going on a killing spree on Christmas eve. People actually picketed outside of movie theaters to protest the film. But now the protests are long gone, but we still have the film. The thing that makes this movie so grand is that it touches on several childhood issues that can lead someone to becoming a killer. It touches on the frightening things that we are told as children, as well as child abuse, traumatic memories, and childhood fears. Another factor is that the movie really takes its time to get to the killings. Unlike most slasher films, SNDN shows the story of the killer first and then they have him kill people. Throughout the entire film you know who the killer is going to be. You just don't know when he is going to start killing or what is going to set him off. The killings themselves are beautifully creative and wonderfully executed. Also the ending is one of the rare instances where the ending of a slasher film can actually make you cry. SNDN is truly a must see for any slasher fanatics.
Coolest songs I have ever heard.
Top 5 Ralph Wiggum moments. (Simpsons)
4. Ralph: (After eating some berries) Ow! They taste like burning
3. (Bart and Nelson roll some fruit down the school bus)
2. Ralph: (Places ice cream cone on head) I'm a unitard.
1. (Ralph and Skinner stand in a bathroom as Ralph tries to go to the bathroom)
Oh Ralph. So adorable and at the same time so funny.
Top 5 Nostalgia critic moments.
4. Neverending story 3
3. Titanic animated
2. Felix the Cat.
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Q. Tell us about your OC's
2. Sam: Sam is Dave's younger sister. She won't appear very much in my early stories. She was also turned into an otter with Dave, but was transfered to the zoo in St. Louis, Missouri. Gave birth to a son in 'The Pack'.
3. Danny: Sam's son.
If anyone has any questions about future stories or my OC's you may PM me and I may give you some answers.
Mommy I am only 8 inches long but I have all my organs. I love the sound of your voice. Every time I hear it I wave my arms and legs. The sound of your heart beat is my favorite lullaby.
Mommy Today I learned how to suck my thumb. If you could see me, you could definitely tell that I am a baby. I'm not big enough to survive outside my home though. It is so nice and warm in here.
You know what Mommy I'm a boy!! I hope that makes you happy. I always want you to be happy. I don't like it when you cry. You sound so sad. It makes me sad too and I cry with you even though you can't hear me.
Mommy My hair is starting to grow. It is very short and fine but I will have a lot of it. I spend a lot of my time exercising. I can turn my head and curl my fingers and toes and stretch my arms and legs. I am becoming quite good at it too.
You went to the doctor today. Mommy, he lied to you. He said that I'm not a baby. I am a baby Mommy, your baby. I think and feel. Mommy, what's abortion?
I can hear that doctor again. I don't like him. He seems cold and heartless. Something is intruding my home. The doctor called it a needle. Mommy what is it? It burns! Please make him stop! I can't get away from it! Mommy! HELP me!
Mommy I am okay. I am in Jesus's arms. He is holding me. He told me about abortion. Why didn't you want me Mommy?
Every Abortion Is Just . . .
One more heart that was stopped. Two more eyes that will never see. Two more hands that will never touch. Two more legs that will never run. One more mouth that will never speak.
One more heart that will never love
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