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TMNT Pizza Taste Test

The Angry Video Game Nerd (aka James Rolfe) taste tested the different Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pizza. Somebody had to do it!

( via cinemassacre.com)


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A Trip to the Dawn of the Dead Shopping Mall

James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd) visited the Monroeville, PA, seen in Dawn of the Dead (1978). Now I go to this mall all the time, so I’m over the excitement of its history. However, James and company did their research and found the location of key scenes from the film.

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A Trip to the Night of the Living Dead Cemetery

James Rolfe (A.K.A The Angry Video Game Nerd) visited the most famous film cemetery  where Night of the Living Dead was filmed.

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Mr. Bucket Wants Your Balls!!!!!!!!

This is probably one of the funniest board games reviews that Cinemassacre has done. Bravo!!!!


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The DeathStalker Films

James Rolfe (aka the Angry Video Game Nerd) put together this great feature that documents all of the Roger Corman Deathstalker films. He even counts all of the kills and boobs. I remember watching these movies as a kid. Mostly because of all the boob shots.


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CineMassacre: The Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches


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Monster Madness King Kong (1933)

Last week I posted that Cinemassacre.com was posting a history of horror films everyday. Today they are featuring King Kong from 1933. I found this episode very interesting, and thought you should check it out.


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Monster Madness Begins on Cinemassacre.com

Monster Madness has begun over at Cinemassacre.com. Every day this month James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd) is featuring a horror movie review. The history of horror films begins with Edison Studio’s Frankenstein from 1910! This was the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel. This film was believed to be lost until a copy of the film surfaced in the ’70s.

Be sure to check out Cinemassacre.com every day for a new horror film review.


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