Hey ho, James T. Kaiser here trying something new. As you all know I'm a huge fan of wrestling and have been since an early age. Now this article isn't going to be a life story so I'll skip to the part where I talk about the new monthly (or bi-monthly depending on the month) column about me reviewing wrestling pay per views that I spent my hard earned money on. Instead of using my typical methods of reviewing products I will be talking about each match with detail which you will see by clicking "Read More". But for now I'm just going to blabber on a little bit about useless knowledge so if you don't want to read that I suggest you skip ahead to the review right now.
Anyway this whole idea of reviewing pay per views started when I simply decided to order at least one pay per view a month and figured I might get a bit more out of my money if I sat down and reviewed them. Now the reason why it'll be mainly one a month is because the wrestling company I mainly watch, WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) always has a monthly pay per view but on some occasions you may see two a month as TNA (Total Non-stop Action) has a pay per view every three months and some months you might not see a review at all for some reason or another. One last thing I want to say in this boring part of the article is that for the first time in ages I busted out my VCR. Nope you aren't going blind as you did indeed see the magical letters of "V", "C", and "R" all together to form VCR. Now why on Earth did I need to do that when I could just simply record this with a DVR or DVD Recorder? Well for some odd reason those things get blocked out by the channels copy protection and oddly enough the VCR can get past it with ease. Am I promoting piracy? Nope... At least I hope what I'm doing isn't considered piracy? It'll sure as all hell make it more difficult to review if I didn't tape it that's for sure. What if I had to run to the shops and miss a match or two? That's when taping it comes in handy as I can just re-watch those parts I missed. A good thing I did tape this as there was a point during the pay per view where I was busy for a few matches so thank goodness for old technology. Anyway I have rambled enough so let's get into what went on during WWE Payback 2013.
Mungore, Goro and Daeron investigate what lurks in the sewers of Ashlea. And uncover secrets they might have not suspected.
Joining us in this Quest in the Land of Thair is:
-Critical Failre as Daeron the Elf Cleric
-Jerry Terryfying as Mungore the Human Barbarian
-Shintai as Goro the Half-Orc Monk
Eagleheart is a comedy cop show about a marshal named Chris Monsanto (played by Chris Elliott) that gets assigned two new partners named Susie Wagner who the a strong, smart, levelheaded one of the group (played by Maria Thayer), and Brett Mobley, the dumb one that everybody uses (played by Brett Gelmaan) after his last partner tragically died on a mission by jumping into an airplane propeller from trying to do a leap frog kick. Wanting to avenge the death of his former partner he goes to kill the mob boss that he was after on that mission but he just can't do it as the mob boss he wanted to kill has suffered brain damage from an explosion and now has the mind of a four year old child. Chris feels bad so he helps him rehabilitate so he can kill him when his brain damage has healed. This is just one example of how crazy this show can get with insanity that will make you go "well that doesn't make sense" and "this is batshit insane" and that's the reason why this show is awesome. Other crazy things that our heroes go through is, fighting sky crime, busting a cocaine dealing puppet maker, beating evil twins, finding out secrets about the Chinese that changes the way we think of the world, and much much more in these crazy nonsensical hard boiled action packed episodes of Eagleheart. (Click "Read More" for full article).
The King of Monsters faces of against DC comics legendary Superteam. Who will win?
"A shark on whisky is mighty risky, a shark on beer is a beer engineer". That was a poem by Space Ghost but anyway it's time to review Check It Out! With Dr. Steve Brule. This show is a spin-off from "Tim & Eric's Awesome Show Great Job" and it is poking fun at public access TV and those cheesy documentary video tapes your teacher put on back in grade three (kids who didn't go to school during the 80s - 2003 wouldn't know what I'm on about). Hosted by a crazy doctor named Steve Brule (played by John C. Reiley) covering very strong topics such as health, sex, family, and even death. Every episode you will see him quote poems (like what I did at the start of the review) and film on location at places like, the zoo, the local puppet theatre, casinos, and the local gay bar. Dr. Brule also has special guests on every episode that includes Steve's family members like his dear old mother that always tells disturbing things about Steve's past, the channel 5 married news team Jan and Wayne Skylar (played by Tim and Eric) with Steve constantly trying to pick up Jan, and other doctors that never seem to get on with Steve as he is always jealous of them. The show always ends with Steve doing a recap and telling the audience what he learned from the experiences he had during the show. (Click "Read More" to see full review).
The mighty Thor continues to smash the heads of AIM mooks.