Your Arsenal (Definitive Master Edition) is a special remastered re-release of Morrissey's third studio album from all the way back in nineteen-ninety-two. With this being the first album review by me here on Mondo Coo Cast I am going to be talking about each song one by one. This might not be the case every review as not all albums have setlists where you can talk about each song individually (for various reasons). If you don't like my style of reviewing music... Too bad as there's going to be more album reviews in the very near future. So sit back, relax, the review is right after the jump. (Click "Read More" to read the full article).
Transformers Armada Collection Two is the second (and final) half of this animated sci-fi series. The war between the Autobots and Decepticons for the Mini-Cons still wages strong. Both factions have secured quite a few Mini-cons including some that have the ability to join up to create great weapons such as the Star Saber and Skyboom Shield. There is also word going around that there is a third group of Mini-Cons that combine to make an ultra-powerful gun that shoots laser beams called the Requiem Blaster. The Autobots are in a very desperate state and must get a hold of them before the Decepticons do as not only does the Decpticons have the Star Saber but they have also got more recruits that came all the way from Cybertron to help them destroy the Autobots and conquer the Universe. Little do the Autobots and Decepticons know that there is a third party involved in this war as a rouge transformer named "Side-Ways" has made a secret pact with "Thrust" of the Decepticons whom both plan to help Megatron obtain the three great weapons and then swipe them from right under his nose. Side-Ways is also using Thrust as a pawn as Side-Ways' true plan is something that won't only doom all Transformers and Humans but it will threaten the whole Universe as we know it. What could it be? I'm too afraid to find out (not really as I'm just using this line for a cheap hook-in to get you to read the review). Trouble or not this is going to be one heck of a show. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
Zeratopolis is an dramatic action packed sci-fi fantasy book written by Ray Vazques (also happens to be his debut work). The book is about a group of kids aged around the twelve to fourteen mark who jump aboard a ship and head out to sea. The trip ends up being a disaster as they end up washing up on a very creepy beach after being attacked. The attackers end up being powerful demonic creatures that won't show mercy. The four young boys manage to get away and wind up in an even more creepy town where they are attacked by even more of those demonic creatures. While they are trying to get a hold of themselves and trying to figure out where they are they captured by a sinister cyborg named Clifford (who is not a big red puppy dog). Clifford winds up making them his slaves and forces them to go out on a mission to defeat all those who opposes the great and mighty Clifford (I added the "great mighty" part for dramatic effect). The four young boys end up going out to achieve Clifford's missions although they are far from being happy about doing them (although replace "not happy" with "way beyond pissed off" and you've got a more accurate description). How will the four young boys take the stress of being a cyborg's bitch? Will they complete the missions or run off and do their own thing? Or is Clifford actually the good guy all along and is just really strict about his work? Only time will tell as we begin the epic adventure that is Zeratopolis. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
Need For Speed is a speedy action flick based on the video game series of the same name. The itself film is about a mechanic named Tobey Marshall (played by Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad (2008 - 2013)")) who is not only great at building fast cars but is also a great racer himself. After winning a great race that took place all over his home town in upstate New York he is approached by his old arch enemy who is named Dino Brewster (played by Dominic Cooper ("Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)")). Dino Brewster wants to use Tobey Marshall's mechanical skill to help him finish a legendary car that wasn't finished due to one of the people that were originally working on it passed away. Tobey Marshall is not happy to see him but he accepts the job as he is offered twenty-five percent of the profit and the car is expected to sell for no less than two-million dollars (that's a lot of Steam Trading Cards).
He manages to complete the car in only a few months. Not long after it's finished they show it off at a car show where he meets with a British woman named Julia Maddon (played by Imogen Poots ("The Look of Love(2013)")). Julia Maddon is interested in the car but won't let her boss buy it unless it goes really fast (320MPH to be exact). Tobey Marshall accepts the challenge and takes the car for a ride and is successful. Celebrating their sale Dino Brewster challenges Tobey Marshall and his best friend Little Pete (played by Harrison Gilbertson ("Beneath Hill 60 (2010)")) to a race where the winner gets the losers share of the profits. They have an intense race but Dino Brewster pulls off a dirty trick and knocks Little Pete off the road and ultimately ends up killing him. After the race Dino Brewster frames Tobey Marshall for the murder and gets him locked up (what a dirty piece of work he is). Two years later Tobey Marshall is released on parole and is hungry for revenge. He ends up contacting Julia Maddon so he can use the car he sold to her boss and goes on a cross-country search to find Dino Brewster so they can settle things once and for all. (Click "Read More" to read the rest of the review).
Just an impromptu discussion about RPG's.
Samurai Pizza Cats Collection Two is an animated action comedy series about four cats named: Speedy Cerviche, Polly Esther, Guido Anchovy, and Francine who are in charge of running a pizza shop named "Samurai Pizza Cats". Life at Samurai Pizza Cats is very hectic as their shop is always full of out of control customers that want a quick bite to eat. Sure that might sound like a typical day job but the pizza place is only a cover for their real job. The Samurai Pizza Cats crew are actually a bunch of superheroes named "Samurai Pizza Cats" (some cover their shop is). They are appointed by their chief (named Big Al Dente) to protect the city of Little Tokyo from the evil harebrained schemes of a money hungry fox named "Big Cheese" and his sidekick "Jerry Atric" whom is crow. Jerry Atric is also the leader of a squadron of some tough birds (I'm being sarcastic) called the "Ninja Crows". The Samurai Pizza Cats can normally handle the bad guys but sometimes they get stuck in a pickle and need help from a back-up group called "The Rescue Team" that are made up of the following cats: General Catton (a huge sumo cat with great strength and huge cannons), Bat Cat (he glides through the air like a bat or a man who thinks he's a bat), Spritz T. Cat (master of everything that involves water), and Meowzma O'Tool (he can drill through anything with his drill paws). When that's not enough to stop the bad guys we have the Samurai Pizza Cats summon special robot suits that has some very powerful abilities (although I don't know why they just didn't do that right from the start). These cats are crazy. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).