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Posted in World Cup of Movie Heroes on 2009-07-31 15:14:44

Group A: Blade (Wesley Snipes/Blade Series) - MY CHOICE - Saved the world from vampire takeover on numerous occasions, looked badass doing so

Batman 89' (Michael Keaton/Batman) Neo (Keanu Reeves/The Matrix Series) Spider Man (Tobey Maguire/Spider-Man Series)

Group B: Zorro (Antonio Banderas/Mask of Zorro) - MY CHOICE - Classic freedom fighter type. Superman is a godmodder, Patton is a historical figure, and Storm wasn't a main character

George S. Patton (George C. Scott/Patton) Superman (Christopher Reeve/Superman Series) Storm (Halle Bery/X-Men Series)

Group C: Hell Boy (Ron Pearlman/Hellboy series) - MY CHOICE - Stops some of the freakiest, most deadly things to exist... and doesn't go completely emo doing it, as many would :P

Maximus Decimus Meridius (Gladiator/Russel Crowe) Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill/Star Wars IV,V,VI)
James Bond (Daniel Craig/Casino Royale)

Group D: James Bond (Roger Moore/Live and Let Die,ect) - MY CHOICE - Stops big plots for queen and country with the dedication Austin lacks, the intelligence Wolverine lacks, and the care Indiana lacks >.>

Austin Powers (Mike Myers/Austin Powers Series) Wolverine (Hugh Jackman/X-Men Series,Orgins) Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford/Indiana Jones Series)

Group E: New Batman (Christian Bale/Batman Begins, The Dark Knight) - MY (tough) CHOICE - Proably the best mix of moral strength (As was proven many times over) and physical skill

Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen/Lord of the Rings Series) John McClane (Bruce Willis/Die Hard Series) Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr./Iron Man)

Group F: Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver/Aliens Series) - MY CHOICE - Sort of forced into fighting the xenomorphs, but really cared about stopping them

Hulk (Edward Norton/The Incridible Hulk) Han Solo (Harrison Ford/Star Wars) Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne/The Matrix Series)

Group G: James Bond (Sean Connery/Dr. No, ect) - MY CHOICE - Fights terror and not just because he feels forced to

T-800 Series (Arnold Schwarzenegger/Terminator 2 & 3) Steven Hiller (Will Smith/Independence Day) Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood/Dirty Harry Series)

Group H: James Bond (Pierce Brosnan/Die Another Day, ect) - MY CHOICE - Bond again, Doc Manhattan has some dubious values, Rambo is more "good crazy" then heroic, and Wallace was a historical figure

Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup/Watchmen) John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone/First Blood, Rambo Series) William Wallace (Mel Gibson/Braveheart)

Posted in Horror Icon Battle Royale Round Semi Finals on 2009-07-23 22:12:49

Ahh comon! I don't believe peoples say Mikey would make it in the desert, he needs spaces to hide, and ya' can't find shelter easily there.

Between the others, it's a close mathcup, though I think it could be tougher for Pinhead to make hell-devices in such a flat suface. Comes down to the two powerhouses IMO: Jason and Preddy.

I voted north pole

Posted in superheroes defeated on 2009-07-18 17:56:54

I think it would be less intense wit 'dere l'il tummies stickin' out! That would be cuuute!

Posted in Horror Icon Battle Royale Round Quarter finals on 2009-07-06 18:37:15

First of all: Dude, what happened to the other polls?? It would be cool to look back and see how we got to this round >.>

Now -

FREDDY KRUEGER - I think he'd go down in the wasteland, though he'd give a good fight. Mostly because a wasteland is such a dank, quiet place that Fred wouldn't be as able to loudly kick $%!@ in

PINHEAD - Well a wasteland is filled with despair and remains, sort of like hell, or at least a good place to torture people in

JASON VOORHEES - Jason spends his life in the forest, itself filled with animal remains and crowded spaces. He's a bit of the hunter type, which would give him an advantage here.

MICHAEL MYERS - Michael I think would be the most outmatched. Michael hides the most easily among straight shapes like buildings, hallways, etc... Stuff like mountains, sand, tarpits and bones would not be good for him in my theory.

PREDATOR - No contest, the pred knows his way around huge masses of rock and dead animals. I give him the top spot here.

Now for the next round I picked the desert, like the wasteland, but with less scenery, pretty much just a big free-for-all there.

Posted in Horror Icon Battle Royale Round 6 on 2009-06-25 16:42:55

HANNIBAL LECTER (Silence of the Lambs) - He's mental badass in the physical world, but may be a bit grounded in reality for the horrors of hell

FREDDY KRUEGER (A Nightmare on Elm St) - Been there before, in good with demons, has an advantage

PINHEAD (Hellraiser) - Apparently a "higher-up" there, another homefield advantage

JASON VOORHEES (Friday the 13th) - Whether he's really evil or not, Jason is not one to bend before pain, now if more inner demons/mindscrew stuff was employed it would be a closer match, but I say he still passes

MICHAEL MYERS (Halloween) - Dude is apparently a golem for some cult, probably digs pain a lot... Unless they torment him with visions of Jamie, which make him cry :P

ALIEN (Alien) - Big loser here, aliens most likely do not have souls, which leaves an easily rip-apartable physical form

Chucky (Child’s Play) - Seems to be one who could really be mentally screwed with easily. He said that dying was "such a bitch", which makes me think he does not like the afterlife too much

PREDATOR (Predator) - Has a warrior's spirit, so there's a good chance he would be able to squeak through

I voted the next round to be The Wasteland again, since it's getting down to the wire.