Trike House Party Blood Feud: Final Standings: Mike “The Buzz-Saw” Asti is your Champion


Final Standings
Boo B Hyphen (Mike “The Buzz-Saw” Asti):
Stone Cold Buzz-Saw Killers (Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley):

The three-peat is completed. Mike “The Buzz-Saw” Asti finished the college football regular season ahead of Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley by 13 correct picks. Kelen didn’t even bother to pick the Week 15 games. When asked why he didn’t choose winners, he said this:

Didn’t he win in Week 5?

Yes, he did Kelen. Yes he did.


Thunderlists: 5 Pretty Bad Film Adaptations of 5 Pretty Good TV Shows


By Jacob Slater

I’m in a little bit of a depressive state at the moment, so hopefully all of my faithful imaginary readers will understand that I couldn’t muster up the will to actually do a new movie write up at the moment. Major depression doesn’t mix well with Seasonal Effectiveness Disorder I suppose. Not putting out something makes me feel like more of a failure than I already do however, so I’ve decided to trot out another edition of everyone’s favorite system of structured and organized information: a list! Because if there’s one thing the internet needs more of, it’s lists. And pornographic pictures of cartoon horses, apparently.

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Better In The Dark – Episode #1: March and April 2007 Preview


In our inaugural episode, we preview what was then upcoming genre movies being released in March and April of 2007. And–as an added bonus–enjoy mild swearing, as this episode was not censored at the request of our radio station!

Discussed in this episode: Ghostrider, Daredevil, Bridge to Terabithia, The Abandoned, The Number 23, Joel Schumacher, Jim Carey, Zodiac, David Fincher, The Reaping, Dark Castle Entertainment, The ick moment, 300, Zack Snyder, King Kong, The Host, Godzilla, Premonition, Captivity, Hannibal Rising, Thomas Harris, Dead Silence, Rob Zombie, Ain’t It Cool News, Halloween, Remakes, The Hills Have Eyes 2, Southern Comfort, Grindhouse, The Invisible, Joss Whedon, Disturbia, Rear Window, The Island

Better In The Dark – Episode #1: March and April 2007 Preview


ToC: Doctor Who (1996), directed by Geoffrey Sax


By Jacob Slater

Or, Fox Hates Goo Snakes

Considering that Doctor Who is the longest running science fiction series in television history (starting with “An Unearthly Child” way back in 1963) and has since then spawned enough spin-offs, comics, hit singles, video games, books and films to become a full fledged multi-media franchise, you’d think that would entitle it to some sort of time-based pun for the opening line of this article. Perhaps even an intentionally bad pun, so I can pretend to be awkward and we can all revel in mocking a currently unpopular form of humor. Well I’m sorry to say that we won’t be traveling down that particular path of cliches in this particular article, mostly because I couldn’t think of a pun at the time. Rather we will be revisiting my particular path of cliches, which involves a little opening bit tangentially related to the film, perhaps dipping into some autobiographical territory, before summarizing the film and failing at cogent analysis. Much like sex with the spouse that you’ve long since lost all affection towards, it’s ultimately unfulfilling but consistent.

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Slater’s Signature Finisher: CM Punk Finally Breaks Silence on Leaving WWE

By Chris Slater

Professional wrestler CM Punk, real name Phil Brooks, shocked the wrestling world when he abruptly left WWE in January of this year. He gave no notice and stayed out of the public eye for months. He kept silent on the subject until Thanksgiving Day, appearing on the popular “Art Of Wrestling” podcast, hosted by veteran journeyman wrestler Colt Cabana. Both Punk and Cabana are best friends, having begun their wrestling training together in the early 2000’s.

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The HBS: Turkey & Football

BDL Sports

By: Mike Asti and George Gerbo


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Trike House Party Blood Feud: Get the Tap Ready…


Kelen managed to lose more ground on The Buzz-Saw by picking Utah over Arizona in Week 13, so he now trails by 6 games going into the final week of the season. Barring any games being added by Yahoo (a move that cost Kelen the Golden Keg Championship last season), Asti should be receiving his third straight Golden Keg this time next week.

The Hyphen did release a statement heading into the final week of the season.

I now know how Katherine Heigl felt in 27 Dresses.


Talking Out The Dead: “Slabtown”

By Kelen Conley, Thomas Crawford & Anthony Sellers

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The HBS: Dear RGIII, You’re Asinine!

BDL Sports

By: Mike Asti and George Gerbo


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ToC: Mad Max (1979), directed by George Miller


By Jacob Slater

Poor Mel Gibson, things just haven’t been going his way for the last couple of years. After a couple of social faux-pas, including sexually harassing a female police officer after being pulled over for a DUI, claiming that Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world and telling his wife that she should be gangraped by a pack of racial epithets, his star in the Hollywood sky has dimmed considerably. I mean, when your most notable movie film role in recent memory is from Expendendables 3, which is itself notable for being three times shittier than the original, you know shit has turned south for all intents and purposes. You’d think that if you’re the kind of person who thinks a secret cabal of Jewish folk control Hollywood, you probably don’t want to accuse their people of being the basis for world conflict if you’re interested in job security. By the way, if any secret Jewish leader in the film industry is reading this, I totally have no problem with you guys running Hollywood. So if you just happened to have a movie deal or a full scholarship to film school or something just lying around, I’d be more than willing to take it off your hands for you. I also accept cash and money orders.

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