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Servers, that is! After several years and literally dozens of visitors I’ve decided to consolidate things onto a single hosting account. I’ll be losing some of the community features offered by, but I’ll be gaining a hell of lot more control and, overall, a cheaper bill to boot.

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Movie Review: Rise of the Zombies

IMDB, Rise of the Zombies“Rise of the Zombies” on IMDB

Horror – 2012 – Rated TV14 – 89 Minutes

This was our third selection for Boiled Eggs and Brain Eaters 2014. It wasn’t good. It was, in fact, so not good that I needed to watch it again. I literally could not remember enough about it to start this review.

The only thing they did right was plastering Danny Trejo [IMDB] on the box. That’s honestly the only reason we, and I assume others, watched the movie. Seeing Levar Burton’s [IMDB] name was just icing on the cake. Of course neither one of them really stars (although Burton’s comes much closer than Trejo) and most of the time is spent in other locations with other people.

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Movie Review: Zombie Cheerleading Camp

IMDB, Zombie Cheerleading Camp“Zombie Cheerleading Camp” on IMDB

Comedy/Horror – 2007 – Rated R – 85 Minutes

This was our second selection for Boiled Eggs and Brain Eaters 2014. It was a tough one.

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Free Comic Book Day 2014!

Free Comic Book Day 2014 Today is the always wonderful Free Comic Book Day! There’s a huge selection of books available at nearly every comics shop from nearly every publisher for nearly every taste imaginable!

Comics help kids stay off the streets! So… get your kids to go out in the streets long enough to pick them up then get them right back off them!

Movie Review: Deadheads

IMDB, Deadheads“Deadheads” on IMDB

Comedy/Horror – 2011 – Rated R – 96 Minutes

This was our first selection for Boiled Eggs and Brain Eaters 2014 and, it turns out, our pick of the day. When I was a teenager seeing “The Return of the Living Dead” for the first time it would have never occurred to me that at some point there would be too many zombie movies, much less zombie comedies, to keep up with. Zombies were niche, at best, and would be forever also-ran to slashers and vampires. Now, nearly 30 years later, zombies are king and everybody that can scrape together enough cash, gumption or weed (or any combination of the three) thinks that they can produce the next great zom-com.

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