This new and reimagined creature of Godzilla is a mastery of story telling and CGI combined. Gone is the rubber suit that made Toho famous. Now we have a monster that is more bear than cat. Even though more of the fights are CGI, the film still stays true to the feel of the battles that Toho made famous with the King of Monsters. Some might not like the new ‘Zilla but other than it being more bear like instead of cat like, I like the new beast and this reviewer feels that so will others, given a chance.
The film opens up with a backdrop of nuclear testing in the ’50s. Even the credits that roll are interesting if you actually read them before the redaction sequence. Ones like the examples here are quite amusing:
Reliability of these sightings is still questionable based on the character witness. One must ask, is “Godzilla” owned and created by TOHO CO., LTD.
And another interesting one: Read more...(978 words, 143 images, estimated 3:55 mins reading time)
Hitman: Blood Money is a pretty good to play on the XBOX 360. The graphics look ten times better than the other Hitman game on the PS2. The graphics look almost like Bully on the XBOX 360. The XBOX 360 version looks better than the PS2 version. I played the PS2 version and it was alright but, the XBOX 360 version has bonuses. The game looks more clearer and looks smooth. The strippers on this game look like those girls from DOA. This girls looks sexy as hell, but I like DOA girls better than this game.
The gameplay runs alot different now. It runs like 007 Nightfire instead of Oblivion. The first person view is ten times better than it looked before. When you are in first person mode, it is like playing Quake II. Nightfire was like that, too. The third person, on the other head, I don’t care for it. I liked in first person view better. This game has better gameplay now. The soundtrack of this game is great. This one does bot put me to sleep like Contracts did. Which that game sucks. Read more...(453 words, 31 images, estimated 1:49 mins reading time)
If you watched some great syndicated shows during the late 1980s and early 90s, then you most likely did not miss seeing one of the best horror shows to hit prime time or late night TV on the weekends. Friday the 13th, which had nothing to do with Jason Voorhees, and was more in keeping with the true legend of Friday the 13th, really pushed the envelope back in the day, and the crew was able to produce some truly disturbing episodes in its run from 1987-1990. Read more...(410 words, 2 images, estimated 1:38 mins reading time)
Hitman: Contracts wasn’t good as the second game was, but this a pretty good game to play. I don’t like the storyline in this game. 47 is dreaming about some former mission that he did in the past and some of these missions are in the first game as well. Those missions in the first game are much easier now than before. The storyline in this game is kind of boring. The last game wasn’t boring and much more fun than this game. The good things about this game are the graphics and gameplay. Read more...(251 words, 31 images, estimated 1:00 mins reading time)
Here is an easy recipe to be able to make baking powder. It is just three simple ingredients and taste so much better than the store bought. Personally I think that it works better as well.
The reason that I have started making my own baking powder is due to allergies. This recipe makes sure that the food products that I am sensitive to are not used in my diet. I will probably keep using this recipe even if they were to remove what I am sensitive to out of the store brand baking powders. This will also be a great recipe for those that are highly sensitive to corn products. Even if the recipe and ingredients below are unusable by them, they will be able to to use the recipe, just make sure that the ingredients are safe for them to use.
1 tsp. Baking Soda (any brand that you are comfortable using)
2 tsp. Cream of Tartar (usually a byproduct of winemaking)
1 tsp. Starch (potato – rice – tapioca or other starch) Read more...(293 words, 2 images, estimated 1:10 mins reading time)