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  1. "The Axiom is an ambitious, well directed, impressively acted and stunningly shot independent horror film that has just a few, teensy little flaws holding it back from greatness (and therefore will have to settle for just being really, really good, instead)." https://www.dreadcentral.com/reviews/260666/axiom-review-stylish-clever-slice-independent-horror-2/
  2. I like the stacking trap thing. I think that's fine. I like pretty much all of the changes that have been implemented into the game except for these: Jason's grab range - I absolutely hate it now. If it was too long before, it is way, way too short now. The windows and door changes - Why can't I just hit a window with my weapon and break it? Why would you take that out of the game? This is so mind boggling to me, and the way that it is now, I find it next to impossible to hit a counselor climbing through a window, regardless of circumstance. With the door, having to go into the awkward door chopping animations make going after skilled counselors, who are already jumping in and out of windows that you can't hit them through, that much harder. The abundance of pocket knives - it sure feels like there are a lot more pocket knives on the board now. I haven't read through this thread, so maybe I'm just crazy or had a bad "roll of the die" the last few times I was Jason and , but it felt like there are around 5 - 7 knives in play when it used to feel more like 3 - 5. These changes have made playing Jason feel a lot less "Jason-y" then it used to, and made a scenario that was already challenging - playing against a lobby of experienced counselors - into one that is frustrating. In addition, I feel like it is forcing me into a more "slashy Jason" playstyle, that isn't as fun. Anyway, that's just my two cents. If everyone in this thread is already bitching about these same things, and I'm just adding to the chorus, then I apologize. I haven't actually read through it yet, but came here to write down my thoughts first. EDITED TO ADD: I LOVE the addition of the items showing up on the maps though. I think that is an awesome idea. EDITED TO ALSO ADD: I also love the changes to Tommy, which I think were needed. I know I'm bitching about the pocket knives up above, but Tommy spawning with one was something I always thought was necessary. You can't really expect the guy to drop everything and go run to play interference on Jason if he's just going to get grabbed and killed, and it's a lot easier to play Tommy that way if you're not having to stop and search houses first.
  3. Hey, a bunch of guys from my regular Xbox One group that play every Friday night (starting around 7 - 8pm PST and ending around 2 - 3am PST) are dipping out for the holiday season, so I'm looking to bring in some new, regular or semi regular players. So if you want to play with some solid, good natured players either friend me on Xbox Live and send me a message, saying you're from the forum, or do the same thing on Twitter. Some of us are part of the "Film Twitter" community, so that's where we tend to gather and let everyone know who's gonna make it and who isn't :). Hope to see some of your ghouls and ghoulettes at camp tomorrow!
  4. The hashtag is "WhoisFive" and there is a picture of a (incorrect) hockey mask with blue markings at the end and the mode is called "Paranoia"... Are people really confused about what the mode is going to entail? Because it seems pretty obvious to me. The only question I have is whether or not, once the cat is out of the bag and the killer is revealed, their appearance will change to look like Roy or not. *fingers crossed that it does*
  5. I'm running a little behind today, probably be about another hour!
  6. There, there little butterfly. Just fly your precious wings up and away. This world is too dark and disturbing for something as pretty as you.
  7. I'll be on in a couple of hours, if all goes according to plan!
  8. Every time someone posts in a topic to say they don't care about that topic God... does nothing because why would he give a shit even if he did exist. The rest of us point and laugh at that person though. *points at TestedTwice* HA HA!
  9. My retrospective on the Child's Play / Chucky series is up over at Dread Central - hope you guys enjoy it! https://www.dreadcentral.com/news/254453/chucky-30-years-childs-play/ From the Intro: "While there is plenty to appreciate in (the first Child's Play), what really appealed to my younger self was Chucky, and how unexpected he was. Even at ten I had seen creepy doll stuff before, like the titular creatures in Stuart Gordon’s Dolls, or the killer plastic doll in the Terror of the Autons episode of Doctor Who, but whereas those dolls tended to be tiny little automatons, blindly marching malevolently forward, Chucky possessed the one thing that none of them had: a personality. Sure, initially that personality was probably more that a little bit inspired by fellow foul mouthed slasher, Freddy Krueger, but it didn’t take long for Chucky, and Brad Dourif’s powerhouse performance, to become distinctive and iconic in their own right. That magic combination of Dourif’s voice and Kevin Yagher’s (and later, Tony Gardner’s) puppet magic made for a fascinating character, one who has captivated me ever since. And now, with twenty-nine years and six sequels under his belt, and as the only slasher to have escaped the dreaded continuity reset, it’s safe to say that Chucky the killer doll has more than earned his place in the slasher icon hall of fame."
  10. You can read my review of CULT OF CHUCKY, along with the rest of the Chucky films, here: https://www.dreadcentral.com/news/254453/chucky-30-years-childs-play/
  11. Add me to the XBONE list, please.
  12. In my experience there has always been two types of Friday the 13th fans: Those who think that the occasional bits of "sleaze" or "trashiness" are a integral part of the series, and those that tolerate, but don't appreciate, it.
  13. Oh, and hey - if you guys like what you read and belong to a social media platform like facebook or twitter, please share the article there and help out a starving writer EDIT: AH SHIT - Sorry for the double post!