It's been a while since my last DVD update. So I thought it be a good idea to give you guys and gals a special one. Me and Carola went on holiday to Las Vegas and San Francisco and besides sightseeing we also did some shopping. And I definitely did not come back empty handed. This video shows all the DVDs I got, I also got a ton of games and some movie shirts. I'd like to give a huge shout out to the following stores in Las Vegas: Zia Record Exchange, Record City and A Gamer's Paradise. And for San Francisco Amoeba Records and Rasputin records. If you are ever in either of the these cities and you're looking for some DVDs, records or games your in for a treat. Enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Last weekend, we went to Weekend of Hell in Dortmund, Germany. After visiting Weekend of Hell Spring 2018, I was certain I wanted to visit WOH in November again. Liv would join this time as well (During the Spring edition she attended FACTS), so we were psyched. The guest list was very promising and we already bought quite some photo ops beforehand. Unfortunately, there were some cancellations (also from guests we really wanted to see). But well, you never have influence on that. We were sure we would have a great time anyway. In the meantime we were already making plans about what to do at the con (which panels to see, what photos to make, what to buy). Via Social Media we were in contact with a lot of people who would go to Weekend of Hell as well, so we were also looking forward to seeing them in Dortmund!
It's that time of the year again: leaves are falling, days get shorter and one particular killer seems to be more popular than he ever was. Michael Myers is back in the new "Halloween" movie, that hit cinemas worldwide over the last weeks. I watched the movie when I was in England and I really liked it, because it gave me that good old "Halloween" feeling. Carola also watched it and we will be doing a duo review of it soon. Back to Michael Myers. Somehow that character always fascinated me. Not because of his gruesome killings of course, but because of the simplicity of the character. I mean he wears a mask and he doesn't run after his victims, he just walks. Why is he regarded as one of the scariest characters in horror history? I guess it's the man behind the mask that makes Michael the subject of many nightmares, especially the Michael Myers from Rob Zombie's version of the movies. The man behind that mask is Tyler Mane and I met him at For the Love of Horror in Manchester. This upcoming weekend we will be going to Weekend of Hell and Tyler will also be a guest over there, so reasons enough to talk about: Tyler Mane.
On Saturday October 20th (2018), I went to For the Love of Horror in Manchester (UK). For the Love of Horror crosses a horror convention with a scare event. This first edition of this event was held at Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester and it was organised by Monopoly Events. Before the event I wrote 3 articles, talking about: the guest list, the scare attractions and the Cosplayers and other things to do. When I decided to go to For the Love of Horror, I was very excited to see that Danny Trejo would be a guest. I finally got the chance to meet Mr. Machete himself and besides his role in the "Machete"- movies, Danny played in a lot of other very cool movies. So first, let me tell you a bit more about the wonderful Mr. Danny Trejo.
We have a new unboxing for you! We received the Wootbox again and November's theme was Legacy. The last Wootbox arrived very late. That's why this unboxing is following so soon! This one was right on time! Want to know what was in there? Check out the video or read our update below!
November 3rd and 4th it's time for Weekend of Hell! I visited Weekend of Hell earlier this year for the Spring edition. (Check out my review). I'm happy to say that we will also be going to Weekend of Hell again in November. And with the amazing guest list they already have, I really can't wait! Are you curious alreadu? Let's discuss what we'll be doing at Weekend of Hell.
Whilst I am still in the UK, it's not really possible to write an article about For the Love of Horror (nor is it to edit my videos). For this you have to bear with me until the weekend. But what I can give you is a photo overview of the event. So sit right back and dive in the world of For the Love of Horror.
We have a new unboxing for you! We received the Wootbox again and October's theme was Fear. I was very curious about this box, I love horror movies! So this really should be my box :). But it was very late! That's why my unboxing is so late on the website a well. There was a problem with the women's t-shirts, so I got the Wootbox a few weeks later. Want to know what was in there? Check out the video or read our update below!
The Good Place is all about the afterlife. When you die, there's a Good Place and Bad Place. Eleanor (Kirsten Bell) arrives at the Good Place. Michael, a man who designed the Good Place, show and other new people around. He introduces the Good Place by explaining to people how they decided they deserve to end up in the Good Place: "During your time on Earth, every one of your actions had a positive or a negative value depending on how much good or bad that action put into the universe. Every sandwich you ate, every time you bought a magazine, every single thing you did had an effect that rippled out over time. And ultimately created some amount of good or bad."