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My Metal Wallpaper

So, I was bored yesterday, and decided to go to Last.FM, just cause. Anyways, I found this cool little app. that makes a wallpaper out of your fav albums. Now, it's pretty random, prob based on playing times and how many stars you give each song on your iTunes (I'm just guessing that this is how this decided...), but over all I think it picked some cool shit. I would have liked some NIN, Dio/ Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Pantera, and Anthrax to pop up, but I really, really like the choices, nonetheless. It shows my diverse taste in metal, hard rock, and punk. You can check out the app, here: http://build.last.fm/item/327

Oh yeah, I should mention that you need a Last.FM account first.

Here is what mine looks like:

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Rare Flix In-Store Signing for Frank Henenlotter's "Bad Biology"

Hey, fellow horror and exploitation fans, you guys should go check out Media Blasters in-store signing of the DVD of Frank Hennonlotter's newest movie, Bad Biology. Hennonlotter is, of course, the writer/ director of the classic Basket Case Trilogy, Brain Damage (a personal fav of mine!), and Frankenhooker. His new flick is surely awesome. He will be at the signing along with actresses of the film: Beverly Bonner, Tina Krause, Vicky Wiese, and Rachel Robbins. This is taking place at the Rare Flix store in Secuacus, NJ this Saturday at 1-3PM.

For more info go to the Facebook Event page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=292344517917

Here is the TV spot for the event:

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The 10 Best Revenge Films of All Time

Yesterday, I saw Edge of Darkness with Mel Gibson. It featured a moving performance by him, a solid, well thought out plot, and some shocking bits of brutal violence. I think it is the best American made revenge film in recent years. But, what are the all time top ten? I love a good revenge film. It's a pretty simple idea. Our hero has something horrible happen to him/ her or to a loved one and then sets out to avenge that. The sub-genre can fall under action, exploitation, horror, or even sci-fi (Mad Max), but the best of the lot hit us with hard, vicious violence, as well as awakening an almost primal feeling in one. And, it should come to no one's shock that the Death Wish series and Chan Wook Park's films dominate this list. In the end, you owe it to yourself to see all these movies.

10. - Mixing horror, action, and gothic imagery this classic adaptation of the comic book is one of the most visually stunning and kick ass movies of the 90s, as our hero comes back from the grave to avenge the rape and death of his wife.

9. - The first of Park's fantastic revenge trilogy tackles the fact that when one wants revenge their is always another who will want to avenge that. And, hence it is a pointless, violent, and horrifying circle. Great acting, a wonderful plot, and an unforgettable climax make this a classic.

8. - After Paul Kersey's friend is killed by a gang of punks in Brooklyn, NY he (now back in NY) exacts his brand of vengeance and helps the scared community. One of the most wonderfully over the top and violent American action films of all time, Death Wish 3 has become a huge fan favorite and a classic over the years. The wild climax where senior citizen Charles Bronson mows down a seemingly endless group of punk scumbags using a Browning M1919 A4 machine gun, a .475 Widley Magnum, and (in the movie's wildest moment) a rocket launcher! All fucking hail Death Wish 3!

- Awesome, badass, and exploitative mix of the revenge film and the women in prison sub-genres. An amazing personal fav, this one has it all you could ask for: stylish movie directing, sexy, naked Japanese girls, red, hot lesbian action, graphic violence, and a great revenge story as our beautiful heroine seeks to get those who unjustly imprisoned her. The greatest women in prison film, ever!

6. - The sleaziest of the Death Wish series is, I think, the best sequel in the series. After his daughter is raped, (as is the housekeeper in a particularly mean spirited scene) again (!) and killed, Kersey goes off to kill the scumbags. Classic dialogue and graphic violence abound.

5. - The rape-revenge film is one of horror and exploitation cinema's nastiest sub-genres. This classic by Abel Ferrara is the best, in my humble opinion. A beautiful mute girl is raped twice in one day by two different pieces of shit. She flips out and eradicates scumbags and sexist men in what might be called a sort of feminist fantasy. Regardless of what you call it, this movie has excellent acting and some nice bits of bloody violence.

4. - When the shogun's decapitator's wife is killed by said shogun, our badass hero swears vengeance and wanders Japan with his cute little kid and armed carriage. My full review of this ultra-violent classic: http://gorezone.net/dvdcrypt/reviewstxt/stu/shogunassassin.html

3. - The single finest American made revenge film, this highly influential classic is not the bloodiest nor the wildest in the sub-genre, but it is smart and excellently directed. Liberal guy changes his ways after his wife is killed and raped, and his daughter raped, too. Lots of movies ripped this one off, many increasing the gore quota, but this remains a masterpiece.

2. - The most moving film in this list Lady Vengeance is the last film in Park's trilogy. This one feels different than the other ones in the series, probably cause our heroine has a truly understandable and just cause and the villain is so deplorable. An unjustly imprisoned woman looks to get her revenge and reunite with her little daughter. The climax of the film is amazing and moving. A beautifully made movie that never feels cheap or sleazy despite the graphic violence. The ending really pulls at your heartstrings. This one made me cray and only gets better with each viewing.

1. - The middle part of Park's trilogy, this story of a man who unjustly spends many years in jail is violent, shocking, and enthralling. The fight scene with the claw hammer kicks some major ass, while the ending is one of the finest and most shocking in movie history.

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Hot Asian Girl of the Month- Hamada

With this being February the Hot Asian Girl of the Month is, by popular demand, the beautiful Hamada. She's a woman who can put your heart in to a headlock! Or maybe a hurricanrana! Plus, her birthday is on freaking Valentine's Day. making her the perfect choice for this month!

Born Ayako Valentina Hamada Villareal on February 14, 1981, she is of Japanese and Mexican descent. This babe has wrestling in her blood. Her father is the Gran Hamada, while her older sister is also in the wrestling biz. She's known as Xochitl Hamada.

She began her career at seventeen and less than a year got her first belt at the ARSION promotion by getting the tag belt. A year later she became QUEEN of ARSION.

After leaving ARISON she garned several titles in both Japanese and Mexican promotions.

From 2007 to 2008 she wrestled in AAA. In November 2008 she joined Martha Villalobo's wrestling school where she was a trainer.

On August 27, 2009 she made her first official debut on TNA Impact! against Daffney in a no DQ match. From the get go, and beyond, she amazed the fans with her impressive moves.

This is a match between her and the lovely Alissa Flash:

On the historic live Monday Night Impact! on January 4th she won the tag belts along with her partner Awesome Kong in a kick ass match against Sarita and Taylor Wilde.

She's also been wrestling in Shimmer and Jersey All Pro Wrestling.

I truly believe that Hamada is the best woman's wrestler in the biz, right now. And, here is the proof:

She also happens to be a total cutie. With her beautiful Asian features and the curves of a Latina, Hamada heats up the ring. And, of course, she kicks total ass in there, too!

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