Awesome Cosplay Of The Day: Jason Voorhees

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Since it’s Friday The 13th, what better way to celebrate than with Jason Voorhees cosplay by jhuino69. Let’s hope your day is not unlucky enough to run into this character…because – well, that would be bad. Very bad. Happy Friday the 13th everyone!

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Infographic Wars! The Badass Score Of 30 Fictional Weapons

4711898-fictional-weapons1Ever wonder what was more badass, Cap’s shield or Wolverine’s claws?  A light saber or a wizard’s wand?  The bride’s sword or Zelda’s, uh, sword.  Find out on the infographic after the break.

 

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In Honor Of St. Patrick’s Day, Let’s Talk About Friday The 13th

He just loves his mom, is that so wrong?
He just loves his mom, is that so wrong?

Remember last week when we looked at Friday The 13th: The Series and how it had zero to do with all things Friday?  Well it seems a legitimate Friday series is in the works and some details broke over the weekend.

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In Honor Of Friday The 13th, Let’s Talk About Nightmare On Elm Street

Johnny Depp is not the only one owes his career to Freddy.
Johnny Depp is not the only one owes his career to Freddy.

Actually, we’ll also look at Friday, but I had to lead with that Brad Pitt picture.  As for it’s caption, I assume most of us know that before he decided to purposely derail his own career (according to Watson), Johnny Depp was a big bloody stain in the first, and by far best, Nightmare on Elm Street movie.

Irony
Irony

But back on point (editor’s note: Jimmy, you have a point?  This just seems like filler so you don’t have to wash Watson’s car), do you remember that there was a Nightmare TV series called Freddy’s Nightmare’s that ran from 1988 to 1990?  Probably not, and for good reason, it was horrible.  The biggest issue with such a series was that it really had nothing to do with the movies, and usually only featured Robert Englund as Freddy Kruger in a Tales From The Crypt-esque hosting capacity.

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