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Easter candies galore, Zelda and Grindhouse!

I've never been a huge fan of Easter, it's just one of those so-called holidays that come and go without much hoopla. Actually, Easter is the only holiday that simultaneously allows you to celebrate a guy who was brutally nailed to a cross and fluffy white bunnies. That's a pretty awesome dichotomy. But hey, if nothing else, with Easter's arrival, you can always expect some tasty candies. Naturally, I horde bags upon bags of my favorite Cadbury Mini Eggs whenever Easter rolls around. But there are some other candies deserving of your attention this season.

God sure looks tasty

First up is a candy that I just don't get - Palmer's Happy Easter Candy Cross. Maybe it's just me, but isn't it just a bit sacrilegious to make an edible crucifix? I mean, I don't see them making edible baby Jesus chocolates come Christmas each year... though they should. Well, all I can say is this...

Think it still works on vampires after you've taken a bite out of it?
Being a heathen sure is delicious!

Next up on the candy list is Jelly Belly's Prehistoric Egg. I'm not sure what dinosaurs really have to do with Easter, but at least they lay eggs. And Easter is ALL about the eggs, right? Right.

Fossilized in chocolate!

If you've gotta go, I supposed being fossilized in a chocolate egg isn't a bad way to go. Still, while I appreciate the novelty of the item, the combination of solid milk chocolate and a chewy dinosaur fruit snack in the middle just isn't working.

And, of course, no Easter would be complete without Marshmallow Peeps candies. Now we've all had the Marshmallows before, but there are some other Peep things on the market this year:

The Marshmallow Peeps are invading your holiday once again!

Lollipop rings, push-up pops and chick & bunny candy with Peeps stickers. All of these candies look nice as you would expect, but the one thing I don't understand is why they insisted on making all of them taste just like Marshmallow Peeps. I love Peeps as much as the next guy, but I'll be the first to admit that they're not exactly the tastiest things on the planet. Fact is, if you eat more than one at a time you'll probably start to feel nauseous. With all these new candies they had the opportunity to brand outside of the standard marshmallow flavor, while still maintaining the awesome Peeps style. Trust me when I say that a marshmallow-flavored lollipop is one of the strangest things you'll ever taste. Ah well, at least they all look good.

Be sure to take a stroll down I-Mockery memory lane and check out some of our old Peep-themed pieces:

-The Marshmallow Peeps Marshmallow Maker!
-Marshmallow Peeps in Outer Space!
-The Quest for Peeps!

And don't forget, I'm interviewed in the "The Power of the Peep" documentary that's due out next year. Can't wait for that one.

In other news, my brother gave me a copy of "Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" for the Wii to try out. So Re and I were playing it late last night when all of a sudden Link gets angry, starts twitching and turns into a wolf. A WOLF!? Granted I haven't played (read: "been interested in") a Zelda game since A Link To The Past on the SNES, but just when in the hell did the series start implementing elements to entertain people with a furry fetish? Seriously, if he doesn't turn back into the sword-slashin', slingshot-packin', creepy-eyed elf pronto, I just might have to stop playing this game forever. Keep the animality stuff with Mortal Kombat, damnit.

Furthermore, are there any more shape-shifting horrors that await me in this Zelda game? If he turns into a goddamned butterfly, I just might have to kill the world.

Yesterday, I got to catch an early showing of "Grindhouse" at one of the biggest theaters around and it did not disappoint at all. In fact, I can't remember the last time I've been so entertained by a movie. It's really hard to say which of the two movies I liked better, I'll probably have to see it again before I can make any official decision. I will say this though; Tarantino continues to impress the hell out of me. I honestly don't think anybody out there is better at writing dialogue that comes off as completely natural as his does. And Kurt Russell? Even after all these years, he is still THE MAN.

Survey: What's the craziest thing you've ever seen packaged in one of those giant store-bought Easter baskets?

Survey #2: Who saw "Grindhouse" this weekend? Which of the two movies did you like better and why? What was your favorite "fake" trailer?



arg_zombies (Guest) on 04/07/2007 4:50 pm

I'm really starting to despise this RoG
Why you always have to taunt me with your tasty treats



arg_zombies (Guest) on 04/07/2007 4:54 pm

Oh, and for the surveys....
1: I've seen an actual CHOCOLATE CRUCIFIX WITH JESUS ON IT. I never had so much fun torturing candy since I last had gummy bears.
2: It's not out in my local cinema :'(


fantabulizer (Guest) on 04/07/2007 5:03 pm

While you're hoarding cadbury eggs, did you notice they were smaller? This sucks --


Yovin4 (Guest) on 04/07/2007 5:37 pm

Planet Terror destroyed Deathproof. I'm a huge Tarantino fan and even I was thinking to myself "what the hell is he thinking?" with Deathproof. We see Stuntman Mike do cool shit for a total of 10 minutes, and the rest of the movie he's either not there or crying (Kurt Russel doesn't have tear ducts, fool). The majority of Deathproof was spent listening to chicks talk about nothing, but Tarantino forgot what makes "Tarantino dialogue" good, and that's humor. I laughed at one or two things the girls said. Most of the rest of the time was spent listening to them complain about not getting enough sex or weed or alcohol. Welcome to the world, ladies. Oh, and here's an idea. When you're driving with your freind on the front of your car and you start getting rammed from the side...ease on the brakes. He's not behind you, you can easily just pull over. I loved Planet Terror and the fake trailers, and even the first half hour of Deathproof. But I wish I just walked out after I saw the 4X death scene, cause it was downhill from there. And to answer your question: Machete. Nothing will ever beat Priest Cheech Marin with two shotguns. Close second and third with Thanksgiving and Don't, respectively.


Jesse B (Guest) on 04/07/2007 6:56 pm

I saw a Peep Egg decoration kit at Longs Drugs over here.

Should I get it?


Fathom Zero (Guest) on 04/07/2007 7:05 pm

Grindhouse rocks ass. I couldn't tell you which I thought was better because I thought they were both fantastic. I can see why people would like Death Proof less, though.

I liked the Zatoichi reference in it.


SealFlavoredGoop (Guest) on 04/07/2007 7:15 pm

Planet Terror was definitely better. That missing reel? Perfect.

Don't was my favorite fake trailer, just because it's so much fun to randomly say DON'T!


Courtney (Guest) on 04/07/2007 7:47 pm

just got back from seeing "Grindhouse".......first things first: the entire thing was right up my fucking alley. Blood, gore, hot chicks with little clothing on.......lovin' it! As far as the best fake trailer, i have to go with "Thanksgiving", mainly because i am a HUGE Eli Roth fan, and i love those late 70's-early 80's cheese-fest horror flicks (in the same vein as "My Bloody Valentine", "Happy Birthday to Me", etc).....but "Don't" looked sick too! I dunno, i heard somewhere that "Thanksgiving" and "Machete" were both being looked at to make an actual full length film, which is fine by me :)

Even though i enjoyed the entire film, I have to say that "Death Proof" was the best for me. I loved the car chase scenes -- and Zoe Bell did an amazing job with the stunts -- and acting! i can't really tell you what my favorite part is, because it might ruin it for some of you who haven't seen it, but i'm still giggling in my head!!!

Go see "Grindhouse" - -but make sure you pee, smoke, shoot up or whatever you need to do before hand; at over 3 hours long, your butt will certainley be numb by the end (and your bladder throbbing if you are dumb like me and buy the jumbo orange soda!!)


Courtney (Guest) on 04/07/2007 7:48 pm

oh, and ctuie-pie Eli Roth has cameos, which is an added bonus for the ladies ;)


Courtney (Guest) on 04/07/2007 7:48 pm

CUTIE. not ctuie.

dammitt, i'm sorry :(


slippy jenkins (Guest) on 04/07/2007 8:06 pm

Saw Grindhouse yesterday. Planet Terror was BY FAR the better of the two. Funny, gross, lots of action...just an awesome, hilarious movie. Lots of fun. I was easily grossed out...but that's a good thing.

Tarantino's half on the other hand...was boring. Tedious. Yeah, I know he's good at writing dialogue, but it was just too much. The movie didn't get going till the car chase. That's sad. Where his films like Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill were even weighted between dialogue and action, Death Proof was just lopsided...all dialogue, hardly any action.

So yeah, go Rodriguez.

Favorite Trailer...The Thanksgiving Day one...hilarious.


‘Sunie (Guest) on 04/07/2007 9:00 pm

XD Link turns into a PINK BUNNY in Link to the Past, and it's the WOLF that bothers you? You're weird. But no, he doesn't turn into anything else.


richard (Guest) on 04/07/2007 9:26 pm

thats funny everyone is talking about Grindhouse. even my teacher was talking about it. guess i should go see it. and hey- dont worry bout Zelda. Some parts may drive you insane, but it`ll be fine.... i should be adding u on my wii soon enough. ps... sorry if this looks lazily written but im writing this on my wii. Watch out for carpo tunnel...


Ammy (Guest) on 04/07/2007 11:14 pm

Just to fill you in on the Link-furry issue without spoiling anything;
These parts of gameplay don't last very long, you'll get back to slashing and shooting arrows soon enough.
Have some patience with the first wolf incident; I know it's long and pretty tedious, but its worth playing through for what comes next. Really, the dungeons kick all ass. Trust me, I'm a scientist.


MRGRIND (Guest) on 04/08/2007 12:06 am



Emilio (Guest) on 04/08/2007 2:04 am

There are making Machete into a movie. Confirmed.

And I can not decide, they both blew me away, and where so different it is kinda hard to choose. Also Don't, Machete and Thanksgiving are my favorites for the trailers. Zombies was a real let down.


Paul (Guest) on 04/08/2007 2:31 am

Thanksgiving was probably my favorite trailer; whenever they said "Thanksgiving" in that low voice it was too funny. I liked Planet Terror better because it had that cool music, awesome action scenes, and more Rose McGowan.

and don't worry, Link will become human again. Unfortunatly, the wolf form will be used to solve some puzzles and side quests, so if it's that bad you might not want to continue. But yes, Link will be human, and the majority of the game has him human.


SunnyD (Guest) on 04/08/2007 2:39 am

i say that death proof was definetly lopsided. it was a little action at the beginning, tons of tedious dialog, and then the ending was just so hilarious it pretty much made it worth sitting through. but planet terror was BY FAR the better of the two. it had zombies, bruce willis, a stripper with a machine gun for a leg. just awesome. gratuitous, violent and hilarious.

as for previews, thanksgiving and machete are my top two, but there's just something about Nicholas cage cackling as fu manchu while Nazi werewolves take over that seems to be made of win.


SunnyD (Guest) on 04/08/2007 2:41 am

coincidently, do the marshmallow peeps stickers taste like marshmallow peeps?


Lone Wolf (Guest) on 04/08/2007 1:30 pm

I also saw "Grindhouse" with my girlfriend, only for us it was our one-year anniversary celebration too! I gotta say, I loved the trailer for "Machete" the best, because that was the one movie I wanted to see out of all of them. Hers was "Werewolves of the SS" or whatever it was called (I was getting us more popcorn). I gotta say I liked both of them pretty equally, but I'd say Planet Terror was better than Death Proof, it was paced a lot better between dialogue and action. I kept finding myself pointing out Tarantino trademarks, references to old movies, etc etc.


Devin (Guest) on 04/08/2007 3:34 pm

My Parents just gave me some small candies and an opened packages of peeps too bad the fake gass was stuck to it. I just came back from seeing Grindhouse. It was awsome, the goryest film i've seen in about 10 years. I liked Death Proof more then Planet Terror. Hey Rog i have a question, what was your favorite fake trailor. for me it's a tie between "Don't!" and "Thanksgiving"


ninjawolf (Guest) on 04/08/2007 7:00 pm

I was actually rather disappointed with the wolf sections of Twilight Princess. They really under used it.After the first half of the game you rarely use the beast form, and then only briefly. And the parts you mainly use it for in the first half are just fucking annoying. They really could've used it in some interesting ways, but they really didn't.
Don't take me wrong, its a great game and it would be no stretch for it to be considered better than Ocarina of Time (though I know that means nothing to you as you never played OoT apparently).
Also I might be directing my anger at the wolf form because of the insanely frustrating maneuver you must do using it against the second form of the last boss that I can't seem to accomplish.


CS (Guest) on 04/08/2007 7:54 pm

I heard the werewolf thing was the only form in TP. At least it's a full transformation and not furrytastic.

I'll be seeing Grindhouse this weekend so I'll get back to you if you don't beat me to it.


Chris (Guest) on 04/08/2007 8:14 pm

Twilight Princess, couldn't put it down until I beat it, even if I didn't like the wolf segments the rest of the game MORE than makes up for it.

Saw Grindhouse, one of the best movies in years and certainly will become a cult favorite. I liked both of them, at first I felt that Death proof was inferior until the best movie ending of all time happened in front of me. Hard for me to determine the best trailor though, they all kicked ass, I mean Nicholas Cage as a china man, Gun wielding cheech, MACHETE, don't, and a human roast turkey, best movie ideas ever.


Ragnarok (Guest) on 04/08/2007 10:09 pm

Right about the bunny in LttP. Can't imagine that bothers you.
and I'm sure I speak for most when I say get your damn hands on a copy of Ocarina of Time for GCN.


Aks (Guest) on 04/08/2007 10:33 pm

1. I saw a gigantic ass peep pillow. One of those ones that has the soft beads that feels reeeaal nice. Saw it in STL last year I think.
2. I havent seen it but I wanna.

I wanna see vacancy.


DUDEMASTER (Guest) on 04/09/2007 3:04 am

Planet Terror > Death Proof
Reasons being Planet Terror was a blast from start to finish plus I like the fact that the kid ends up blowing his brains out. The hot chicks in Planet Terror including the Babysitter twins and the hot deputy chick, Fergie eh.....not so much. Death Proof takes waaaay to long setting up some characters that get their asses handed to them by Stuntman Mike, plus if your going to have a shitload Tarantino dialog it might help if Sam Jackson delivered some of the lines instead of some hot stoner chicks. The whole "missing reel" for the lap dance was funny but if you look at the Grindhouse trailer you would know that it was actually filmed so I expect that scene to be in the DVD Blue HD wathever they decide to release it in disc. All the trailers where awesome but Machete wins hands down with "They fucked with the wroong Mexican" line.


Michael C. (Guest) on 04/09/2007 4:00 am


Death Proof was my favorite of the two films. The car chase scenes rocked and the turn around of Kurt being chased by the girls was pretty lulzy.

And that ending, hahahaha. Boot to the head indeed.

Favorite trailer? The Rob Zombie one I guess. I liked them all equally...outside of Don't. Talk about drawing out a joke too long.


The_Squatch (Guest) on 04/09/2007 8:05 am

Planet Terror was by far the better of the two, from the random explosions, machinegun legs, missing reels, and passing out with sausage, it destroyed the bore-fest that was Deathproof. As much as I like Tarantino, the movie was kindof boring in the middle, if it weren't for Kurt Russell I would have left.

I'd have to say the best preview was "Machete", it had the one badass mexican guy that appears in every Robert Rodriguez film,


Chris (Guest) on 04/09/2007 11:42 am

Sadly, Grindhouse isn't out in the UK yet :(


John Hefner (Guest) on 04/09/2007 11:47 am

If DEATH PROOF weren't in the film, I probably would have seen GRINDHOUSE and went, "That kicked ass! OK, time for nachos" and moved on with my life, forgetting about it just as I'd forgotten about 300.

But DEATH PROOF is the far superior film, I think.

Movie audiences will likely prefer Robert Rodriguez's PLANET TERROR, while snobby film critics (me included) will probably prefer Tarantino's DEATH PROOF. I'm still not certain if it was the right or wrong thing to put DEATH PROOF at the end, after a good hour and a half of non-stop parody/homage/over-the-top action and fun. DEATH PROOF is much, much more talky, much more slowly paced, and I could easily see impatient people walking out, or just tuning it out from sheer exhaustion after the earlier stuff.

As Devin on suggested, Rodriguez has made an over-the-top fever dream approximation of everything people think of when they think of grindhouse movies. Tarantino, on the other hand, just went ahead and actually made a pretty straight-forward grindhouse film. His is easily the more challenging film, and certainly has its own flaws, but I personally do think it's the superior film, ending the movie of a richly satisfying note.

PLANET TERROR is non-stop badassery geek crack fun, and totally awesome in every respect. But unlike PLANET TERROR, DEATH PROOF is not for the short of attention.

It's a film that takes it's sweet time, and often goes on and on in scenes, making you wonder why we're seemingly spending soooo much attention to these girls and their conversations, especially considering what the hell might have just happened. And then, BAM! Only BAM! isn't a strong enough word, but it'll have to do.

As a friend of mine put it:

"Planet Terror is less of a commitment to pop in the dvd player, as it is nonstop landmines being thrown at your face, but the landmines are hidden inside banana cream pies covered in whipped cream that Asia Argento whipped up by hand in the nude.

whereas Death Proof is a slow build commitment, like wearing a blindfold for 45 minutes while someone tickles your taint with the dull side of that big-ass knife Rambo had, and it could easily be Betty White's older, less hot sister doing it... but then she whips the blindfold off you and its actually Natalie Portman but with bigger boobs, and she says "and you never thought i'd be this kinky, huh?" as she pulls out the Orgazmo gun and shoots you in the ass with it."

PLANET TERROR was sustained ass-kickery that grabbed you by the balls and never let go, but the end result is that it's kinda forgettable. Nothing stands out, because *everything* was at the same (awesome) level.

DEATH PROOF was a rich cinematic experience akin to good, long sex, and I'm *still* thinking about all the levels of that film. It's the far more challenging film, and the far, far more rewarding, and I cannot think of a better way to have ended GRINDHOUSE.

Oh, and as for trailers, I like MACHETE best, followed by DON'T, THANKSGIVING ("It's blood." "... son of a BITCH."), and WEREWOLF WOMEN OF THE SS (which, even though it's the weakest, benefits greatly from having the best title and the best celebrity cameo).


Jreed (Guest) on 04/09/2007 2:11 pm

Planet Terror, kick ass.

Death Proof....mgeh!!

Here's the promblem with Death Proof, as most people mentioned. Too much talking.

I mean, there was some good dialogue in it,but, come on!!! I'm a Tarentino fan, but this film even got me saying, " What the f***, Tarention!?!"

After having been getting your balls held up at gun point, and the adrenaline rushing up to your head from all the slicing and dicing that El Ray did to those zombies in the hospital, it's hard to just calm down, and see some chick flick, and then some crazy lunatic guy kill these hot chicks when he could of instead had his way with them. That would have sitting through the whole movie,then up and leave, and miss, "the best ending ev46544rrr leeeet!!!" when I could of just downloaded the ending part from the interweb.

And another thing, how can some of you say that this is the best dialogue you've ever seen in a movie (although some of it is pretty good...), when a good five minutes was Kurt Rusell trying to get a lap dance from some trashy chick?! I'm mean, your the man, Kurt Russel, but your standards are so low that you'll settle for this!?!? And when another good five minutes is about another pair of chicks are talking about how one them almost fell into a pit and killed herself, and how each of them have thier own attributes!? Just....UGHHHHH!!!!

Oh, best trailer? I'm kind of fighting between Machete, and the S.S. WolfWomen Nazi movies, I mean, you got Cheech Marin as a gun toting, bad-ass, Mexican priest, but you also got hot Nazi women, and the Werewolf in one movie together!!! The freaking nazi werewolf!!! Don't, comes secong, and then Thanksgiving.


Wesley (Guest) on 04/09/2007 7:13 pm

Awesome. Favorite movie was Planet Terror, and my favorite trailer was either Machete or Thanksgiving. I was in a theater with no more than seven people on the first Friday showing, and everybody got the joke. Best movie ever? Almost. Best audience ever.


shannon (Guest) on 04/10/2007 3:43 am

well i got to go to the special 11pm showing thursday night of Grindhouse at the New Bevrly theatre inhollywood. the west coasts last tru eblue grindhouse theatre. and low and behold tarantino and rodriguez show up. and so does the weinstein company to film us for commercials. and then i saw it again friday. it was amazing! i really loved Deathproof, and the second half of that movie blew me away, but Planet Terror i think was my fav. there was so much in that movie rodriguez got right, i got goosebumps many times. and i loooooved the eli roth trailer, Thanksgiving.

dark meat, white meal, all will be carved!


TheSL (Guest) on 04/10/2007 8:43 am

In Link to the Past Link turned into a little pink bunny when he went to the dark world, so I'd say a wolf is an improvement.


-RoG- (Guest) on 04/10/2007 10:44 am

Yep, you guys are right about the pink bunny thing from LTP, but I seem to recall that just being a suit (like when mario wore a frog suit, but maybe I'm wrong since it's been a long time since I've played it) as opposed to Link "wolfing out" in the Twilight Princess game. And not the cool kind of wolfing out either. If he had turned into Teen Wolf and started surfing atop Stiles' van throughout the kingdom of Hyrule, I would have completely embraced this game. Instead, I'm playing as a friggin wolf who's fighting some shadow monsters and "evil" birds. Meh.

Devin, my favorite trailer was easily "Thanksgiving". What's sad is that it's the best thing Eli Roth has ever done (or most likely will ever do). He clearly has talent, but I'll be damned if he's used it in his feature films thus far. I thought Hostel sucked. Give the guy 90 minutes to make a movie, he creates crap. Give the guy 5 minutes to create a trailer, he creates comedy gold. Other than that, I loved "Machete" and "Don't" a lot.

The one trailer I did NOT like at all was Rob Zombie's one. It wasn't even made to look like it came from the same time period that all the other trailers were mimicking. In fact, it looked exactly like House of 1000 corpses, right down to having his wife in a gown and performing up on a stage. This was a chance for him to, stylistically step outside the norm, but he just did what he usually does. Was really hoping for more from that trailer.

And don't get me started on his new Halloween movie either. Yes, I like the choice for Dr. Loomis 'n all, but he's making one fatal mistake in this movie. He's showing Michael Myers eyes. You can't do that! He looks WAAAAAY less scarier when you show his eyes. I loved how in the early Halloween films, all you could see were the black, cavernous eyelets of his mask. It made him seem that much more emotionless. Rob Zombie is killing that by showing his eyes, not to mention we do NOT need to see a backstory on Michael's childhood.

fantabulizer, I thought they were but I never had any proof, thanks for sharing that with me. I don't buy those kind of Cadbury eggs actually, those things make me sick haha. I only by the mini ones with the candy-shell.


Lone Wolf (Guest) on 04/10/2007 11:36 am

According to, Robert Rodriguez has called it a "done deal" to make Machete into a real movie!


Fauna (Guest) on 04/10/2007 12:16 pm

Weirdest things I've see in those pre-packaged Easter baskets were a soccer ball, some crappy candy called "Cosmik Kazowees" [My brother says those taste like crap], and one that had toy trucks all over it and you couldn't tell it was for Easter had it not been in a basket. Which, of course, had a truck motive. Of course.

My friend did get to see "Grindhouse" recently, albeit I haven't gotten to ask him how it was.


JB (Guest) on 04/10/2007 3:03 pm

I actually got a chocolate cross this Easter it was delicious. Also how did you not care about Ocarina of Time? As for Grindhouse I liked Planet Terror alot more it was hilarious. Favorite tailer got to be Machete the mini gun motorcycle was great.


Jreed (Guest) on 04/10/2007 7:56 pm

That's true, Rog, about that Halloween movie that Rob Zombie is doing. I think yoiur going over board about the whole eye's thing, but, do we really need a back story to why Mike Myer's kills? He's bloodthirsty as hell, he carries a big ass butcher knife where ever he goes, he killed his whole family, he possesed his cousin to almost kill his old doctor, and he's told to be possesed by Satan himself!!! How much more f'ed up can Mike Myers be, and better yet, need a reason to kill!?!?!

This is gonna suck like that last Texas Chainsaw movie....

Oh, but Rob Zombies trailer did, indeed, KICK ASS!!!


Kevin Fever (Guest) on 04/10/2007 8:25 pm

I think Death Proof was far superior to Planet Terror as a film. While Planet Terror did manage to capture the look of a grindhouse film, Death Proof was able to capture the feeling. Best Trailer was Thanksgiving by far, although Don't and Werewolf Women of the SS were also good.


John Hefner (Guest) on 04/10/2007 11:32 pm

I'm glad SOMEone else appreciated DEATH PROOF. Yeesh! Feeling alone, here.

I'm sorry, but I just think it was the better movie. PLANET TERROR kicked ass, but it was all surface and no substance. DEATH PROOF had realistic and rich characters, serious grindhouse cred, a killer soundtrack, and an utterly joyous ending. Plus, Zoe Bell rules everyone. And Kurt Russell delivered a seriously excellent performance, one of the best roles the underrated actor has had in years.

If DEATH PROOF hadn't followed the hour and a half ADD-fest that was the rest of GRINDHOUSE (an ADD-fest I loved, by the way), people probably would have appreciated it more. But I just don't know. We'll see how well it holds up when the two films are re-released seperately.


ninjawolf (Guest) on 04/11/2007 11:51 am

Technically there is sort of more people as animal action in Twilight Princess, but nothing important, its just more of a cool little thing. Now if you hit the chickens enough times (I've heard its in the neighborhood of 7-9) instead of being attacked by chickens as you would in any of the other games you actually get to briefly move play as the chicken in a first person view.


Skate (Guest) on 04/11/2007 12:49 pm

Wolf Link can be a pain in the ass, especially one you get to [spoiler].


ColdFusion (Guest) on 04/12/2007 10:27 pm

I think the wolf is pwn. I mean, we all loved turning into things in Majora's Mask, right? This just consolidates it nicely for you. The -only- thing that isn't cool about the wolf (he has a chain for chrissakes) is that he has a tendency to slam into walls with his nose...


irish (Guest) on 04/13/2007 10:03 am

Peeps? Have never seen those, ever. Do you only get them around Easter? I'll be overseas in October so I'll be on the lookout for them.. (suprised I've never seen them here, I mean we do get Hersheys(sp?) and Reeses stuff..)


Doommarine23 (Guest) on 04/13/2007 9:32 pm

yes he changes forms from human to wolf, yes you will need to be a wolf for some parts of the game, yes if you don't like it too bad


Doommarine23 (Guest) on 04/13/2007 9:50 pm

oh one little bit i forgot to add, sorry if i sounded harash/mean, and also there's no magic :


Gus (Guest) on 04/14/2007 9:23 pm

my favorite fake trailer from grindhouse was thanksgiving. and planet terror kicked deathproofs death proof ass


Link (Guest) on 04/14/2007 11:33 pm

At one part of the game, when you draw the master sword, the magic where the game's Semi-Boss character Zant(Pwnage)beaks, but before it's uncontrollable. You can break it, You will still need it though. oh, and by the way, it gets SOOO much better once you get used to Wolf-Link. He runs faser, and can sense crap, and do a small bit of the crap that link does


Rex J Nibcore (Guest) on 04/17/2007 7:48 pm

Twilight Princess gets better. Give it time.

I was so pissed to see that it only was 4th best selling movie and that Blades of Glory was number 1. Americans are stupid!

Planet Terror was my favorite zombie movie of the two and Death Proof was my favorite thriller of the two. XD There really is no way to choose.

The Thanksgiving one was the best. Hands down.


peter (Guest) on 03/01/2008 7:50 am

twilight princess didn't get fun until i played it for the second time, for that reason. but after playing again it was pretty sweet, until i got to the last dungeon. where i decided to put it away. ha the final dungeon just looks so impossible


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