It’s Halloween season, how could we not visit the awesome, frightening spectacle that is the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride?
Stop me if this sounds familiar. You bought tickets months ago. You’ve stalked twitter and facebook and instagram for any and all updates; you know which of your favorite stars will be in attendance and which shows will be offering panels or even screenings. You even have your cosplay line-up finalized (the line-up okay, nobody said anything about the actual outfits, there’s still plenty of time to finish those, you’ll argue desperately as sleep slips further and further from grasp). Transportation? Check. Hotel situation? Gooood to go. You waited anxiously for the organizers to release the schedule, desperate to start plotting out your panel schedule. And then maybe those unfinished cosplays got in the way and you remember heaving a sigh of relief when the e-mail announcing the schedule arrived, promising to look at it as soon as this damn outfit was finished, and then quickly succumbing to the never-going-to-finish despair and forgetting all about the official schedule waiting for you…until the week of the con. Or, you know, two days before go day. Maybe it’s just me.
There will always be the covers of comic books adorned with superheroes, flashy costumes, busty women, etc. But this time around, there’s the opposite. Welcome to Image Comic’s Goners!
Exactly what the title says. Film logos after the jump!
It’s tough to find a place where comedy, music, and a little bit of horror come into play. But when you have all those ideas, decide to then throw in the likes of Kyle Gass and Jack Black (better known as Tenacious D,) you get the likes of “Festival Supreme!”
Four days ago New Zealand Air put out a new Middle Earth-centric safety video and all I’m saying is if you haven’t seen it yet remedy that immediately.
The official Youtube description just says, “As the official airline of Middle-earth, Air New Zealand has gone all out to celebrate the third and final film in The Hobbit Trilogy – The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Starring Elijah Wood and Sir Peter Jackson; we’re thrilled to unveil The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made.”
So, does this video qualify as truly epic? Anyone who’s watched the video seems to think the answer is obvious.