I havent posted anything since the beginning of the month. I actually meant two a week ago or so and I typed some of this and other crap on the blog, then it messed up and I lost everything. So now I'm smart and Im typing this on Word Pad before so I wont loose it. At least all the blogs are back.
The thing about Mayhem is at the end by the way.
So as you prouble know I've had to replay all my 360 games since mine broke so now Im doing some re-reviews on games you've prouble already played.
Call of Duty: World at War: The 5th installment takes the game back into the past into WWII where you play as America and Russia. The gameplay is like all the others, which is different from some games. But I've been playing it on Veterain and it is hard as ****. It took me a good long time to beat it, just one part of a level I got stuck on for two days, then played it and beat it. But the difficulty of Veterain mode makes up for the length of the game, which is short played on a easier mode. If you dont play multiplayer or have Xbox Live, the games not really a buy since after playing through Veterian you get most of the non-live achievements but it is fun and worth at least a rent.
Grand Theft Auto: IV: Really I dont want to write much about it due to me playing it for 25 hours in three days to get an achievement. The plot is very long, not to mention everything else after that. With or without Xbox Live, its worth the money due to the funness and length.
Turok: Basically your average shooter that mixes dinosaurs and some weird people that are bad. Length of the game is fairly long, and difficulty like CoD is actually hard on high levels. I still dont think its really a buy unless you like the Turok series.
Clive Barker's Jericho: Another shooter game, where you are the leader of a team sent to investigate some supernatural thing a ma jig. Then you die and get to pocess your teammates. While the length is pretty good, the game itself is very easy. The hardest mode (Hard) isn't very challenging not to mention all you have to do for all the achievements (no live ones) is beat the game on hard, then kill a certain amount of enemies with certain guns/melee which is easy, I had them all on my old Xbox. Make things easier, you can get them all in one simple playthrough if you follow this guide: http://www.xbox360achievements.org/game/clive-barkers-jericho/guide/ I'm playing through the game again for the 1000 gamerscore, I'm about 1/4 to where I was (about 3000 now, had about 12,000) Either way, just rent it and get it out of the way.
So I'll have more soon.
Next I'm gonna review a few movies that I've recentlly watched/downloaded off the internet/ got from a friend who downloaded off the internet.
First off isn't really a movie, its Prison Break - The Final Break and its really just two un-aired episodes (aired in the UK, but of course not the US) put together for a film. I'll keep this next part simple, it takes place after the series finale but before the last scene of the series finale, where it jumps ahead 4 years. The "film" revolves around Michael's girlfriend/wife who gets put in prison for killing Michael's mom. A hit is put out on her by the General, who's some **** from the final season. So of course, Michael has to stage a prison break. Which brings me to a point where I have to mention in 4 seasons, that show has 3 prison breaks, makes the prison system look kinda bad. But the film resolves the questions that p*ssed me off at the end of the series, so I'm glad for that. I'm deffiently gonna buy it when it comes out next week. Final Rating: B+
I rented Knowing, with that one guy from those National Treasure movies and didn't expect much from the commericals, but of course commericals are really false advertising. The movie rocks. Basically a man's son receives a strange letter from a time capsel that is a bunch of number, and they (at the time, predicted cause it was made 50 years ago) ever "major disaster" on Earth. But as it turns out, its more than that, with it predicting Earth's demise. The film takes a thriller/sci/fi turn mid-way when strange people start following his son, and its hard to say much about the plot without ruining it, but it has a really good ending that I dont get to say much. Im suprised in myself but I saw the end coming, and I just mean the major part of it, about the ****** taking **** to ******* ****** to save **** and start ********** a *** *****. There you go! Final Rating: A-
Star Trek, by that guy who made Lost which I've never bothered to watch. I'd also never bothered to watch Star Trek, Stargate, or Star Wars, but my point is that I watched the new one and like promised, I was able to follow it with no knowledge of the tv series or past movies. The plot is what you'd expect from a futuristic sci/fi movie with spaceships and time travel and all that stuff but I didn't find the movie, um what's the word, cheesy and un-predictable. I actually enjoyed it. Thats really all I can say. Its not the best movie I've seen this year, but I'll watch the sequel. B-
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters: Believe it or not, I never watched the show until a month or two ago, but the shows really funny. So I rented the movie and its very clear its hard to stretch an 11 min show into a 88 min movie, the 1st half is literally just them trying to find a missing piece to a workout machine, and the second half is them trying to destroy the machine which turns into a monster, and them discovering where they were from. Other than the jokes, which were funny, and the randomness of the show, the plot is pretty weak. The beginning with Mastodon is really funny though. C
Now, staying on the topics of movies, I have to post a review of a awesome actor, Seth Rogen.
Something about that guy is just awesome. Every movie I have seen with him in it, kids movie or whatever all his other movies are, are great. He started in some tv show called Freaks and Geeks that I've never seen, but I'll watch it if I ever remember to find it. But he got famous with The 40-Year Old Virgin, one of my favorite movies, and my favorite with him. Then he was in Knocked Up, which is great for people who dont even like comedies, because its also romantic and gets kinda dramatic part way through. Then there was a supporting role in Superbad, which also has Jonah Hill like the previous two (only a cameo in 40-Year Old Virgin) which was also a great funny movie about kids just wanting to have ***. After this he did alot of voice acting in kids movies I havent seen like Kung Fu Panda, Horton Hears a Who! and Monsters vs Aliens. But the next movies I say him in Pineapple Express, was one I didn't have much faith in but it proved me all his R rated movies, are great. Then Zack and Miri Make a Porno came out and its really not as dirty as it sounds. I mean of course it's dirty, but all his are, and it wasn't a let down either. The latest "adult" movie he's been in is Observe and Report, which made the least amount of money. Havent got a chance to see it yet, but I might just torrent it since the DVD wait is annoying. So next for him, he's in another comedy movie Funny People, which looks great, and it has Jonah Hill. But it also has Adam Sandler, and while I dont dislike him, there's not many movies I like with him, but the previews for this seem promising so I'll have to see it. He also has the lead role in The Green Hornet, who's apparently some superhero. And by recent footage of him, he's loosing weight, which kinda sucks. While its good for him, he just wont be the same. He also teamed up with Evan Goldberg and wrote an episode of The Simpsons, which should air in this new season. There's also a comedy trailer for a movie call Jay and Seth vs. the Apocalypse, which looks funny but I dont think it'll be a real movie. But yet Wikipedia says 2010, so who knows? But I gotta say, his adult movies, are great. He's a very funny person and does a great job.
Movies with him you have to watch:
The 40-Year Old Virgin
Zack and Miri
Monsters vs Aliens, kid movie but a kick *** cast, him Stephen Colbert, Kiefer Sutherland, Paul Rudd and Hugh Laurie.
Observe and Report (Im guessing it'll rock)
Funny People (All the previews, and the special of Comedy Central have been funny, gonna see it soon, cant this weekend)
On a different note, I decided to make a Twitter! So you can follow me at twitter.com/satan. I wanted something different, so thats why its that.
Haha, just kidding thats a pointless website, as Im typing this to find if twitter.com/satan was real (which it is) I noticed a "trending topic" of Joe Jonas, and that just proves twitter is g*y. Thank you.
It appears as if September will be good for music, at least metal. There's Dethklok's "The Dethalbum II", Five Finger Death Punch's "War is the Answer", Bullet for My Valentine "Here Comes the Storm", 3 Inches of Blood's album (cant remember the title), and Megadeth's "Endgame." I think there's one or two more, but I'm not sure. And Slayer has a new one coming soon also, they posted a new song today "Hate Worldwide" which is just typical Slayer, found it on YouTube here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPSutpPzsPA
Ill try to post more stuff soon.
Some awesome songs:
Hatredcopter - Dethklok
Cut You Up With a Linoleum Knife - Mastodon
New Shadows Fall song King of Nothing
New Five Finger Death Punch Song(s) Bulletproof, Burn it Down, and Hard to See
Oh and did I mention yet Im going to Mayhem Festival this Friday. The bands I cant wait to see are, Killswitch Engage, Slayer, Bullet for My Valentine, Trivium, All That Remains, and God Forbid. But of course with my luck Bullet isn't there on the 31, or the two days after that so we get Mushroom Head instead, but at least all the others are there.