Play It’s a day late this week, but it’s a good one. I’ve been playing a lot of League of Legends with Double Damsels and the mysterious G and this felt like the time to show off what we do. It’s NSFW because of the language.
See, my character, Fiddlesticks, isn’t really designed for this mode in the game. In fact, he’s so ill-suited to it, that most other players just ignore him. That’s their mistake. The sneaky scarecrow strategy is risky but rewarding.
Slipstream is back with an episode inspired by A Haunted House 2. My full review of the film is going up later today, but the video should give you a pretty good idea of where I stand on the film.
Instead of wasting your time on a full price ticket, wait for the streaming/DVD release and watch one of the 5 Best Horror/Comedies instead.
It’s been a while since I uploaded a new video, but the streak ends today. My Thomas Was Alone let’s play campaign continues with massive user error. Sure, the ominous pixel cloud is showing up more often for our intrepid rectangles, but I’m the biggest threat to their safety right now.
It’s tech leading into dress leading into performances on the show I’ve been working on since December. I don’t have time to cover all my columns and run Sketchy Details and get to rehearsals/shows, so the YouTube channel’s on a break. More details in the video.
I’m so excited to see Muppets Most Wanted. I had to make a video about The Muppets in honor of its release. A little on the history of The Muppets, their role in the pulp fiction spectrum, and the top 5 non-variety show adaptations of The Muppets.
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This week on Sketchy Details @Home, I show you how to alter storebought products to furnish as pop culture gifts for your friends. I went with a The Walking Dead theme because Sunday’s episode was everything. If I had more time, I would have done a straight up riff on THAT scene (you know the one), but I kept it simple with an assorted pack of The Waking Dead tea.
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Evil children/evil toys are terrifying, sure. But what about the happier stories about childhood? On this episode of The Haunting Ground, I discussed the various ways children’s entertainment has been (and can be) twisted to be creepy, funny, or downright terrifying for a Halloween display.
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