Happy Halloween Everyone!
“Halloween originated from the Pagan festival Samhain, celebrated among the Celts of Ireland and Great Britain. Irish and Scottish immigrants carried versions of the tradition to North America in the nineteenth century. Other western countries embraced the holiday in the late twentieth century. Halloween is now celebrated in several parts of the western world, most commonly in Ireland, the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom and occasionally in parts of Australia and New Zealand”. – Wikipedia
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I hope you all have a great time tonight!
“To celebrate the gustatory tendencies of the walking dead and to acknowledge All Hallows Eve, we’re launching a spooktacular, eerie-otic and cryptmongous playlist for 27 horror-filled hours, starting on October 31st at 12:01am and ending at 3:00am on November 1st — It is infection and it is the playlist of the Living Dead.” -Bungie
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A trailer for the Neverquest level of The Simpson’s Game
Suprisingly, this actually looks pretty good! I’ve seen a few other videos of the game and the graphics are very impressive. Visually, the game looks almost as good as the cartoon! The gameplay also looks highly enjoyable.
The Simpsons Game will be available on the PS2, PS3, 360, and Wii. If it is half as good as the game’s trailers, this looks to be a good contender for game of the year.
I’m going to try not to get too enthusiastic over this game though, as just about every Simpsons game in the past has been a major let-down. Fingers crossed this one will break away from the chain of disappointment.
Today I came accross possibly one of the weirdest and most craziest YouTube videos ever made!
The video is basically a compilation of funny animations by cyriak set to some very strange gameboy-style music.
Cyriak’s Animation Mix
Wondering what this is? This two-headed pike was caught in the Missouri River, North Dakota. It’s part of Ten of the Strangest Things Caught While Fishing. Click here to see the article in full.
Paddington Bear Swaps His Marmalade
Here is an advert that somehow managed to slip by me. It wasn’t aired for long due to the large amount of complaints from hardcore Paddington Bear fans.
Thanks to my good friend Paul for bringing this video to my attention
Here is a video of Mel Blanc, the man behind many of the Looney Tunes character voices on the Latenight program in 1981.
I love seeing the people behind the voices of my favourite cartoons, for some reason I just find it really interesting. Hopefully you will enjoy this video as much as I did