It was the survival horror video game that gave you boners and massive headaches at the same time, of course I can only be talking about Night Trap! Night Trap was first released on Sega CD in 1992, although it was originally titled “Scene of the Crime” in an unreleased game in the late 80’s. The game later came out on PC and on the 3DO. So here’s the game….you are viewing hidden cameras inside the house of Mr. and Mrs. Martin’s, where a group of young women are staying for the night. However, odd things begin happening. Your job is to protect the guests during their slumber party as vampiric intruders enter and try to claim their pray. You view real-time video of each room in the house, which are loaded with traps. When you see someone entering, you hit a button and trap them. Not much with regards to gameplay, but it was entertaining to watch. Night Trap sold well, despite it being ranked as one of the Worst Video Games of All-Time …
. In celebration of the news that Fox is bringing back the Keifer Sutherland serial drama “24” as a limited series big event in the summer of 2014, here is a compilation highlighting nearly every single use of Jack Bauer’s signature catchphrase. DAMMIT I’m excited for the next 12 episodes of “24.”
I do not blame this guy one bit. If I were hosting this show, I would also be in an uncontrollable fit of laughter. There is no way on Earth I would be able to maintain a state of calm and professionalism. I can believe Erik’s claim that the network set him up so he could be fired. Absolutely. Either way, this is a classic clip for the ages.
World Wrestling Entertainment’s flagship program ‘Monday Night raw’ has undergone several changes to its introduction sequences over its 20 year existence. Not only the theme song itself but the video packages that accompany the songs as well. Below is a link that compromises every different song and video sequence that ‘Raw’ has had from 1993 onward. My favourite theme was the Union Underground’s “Across the Nation.” I liked the song so much I bought their record “An Education in Rebellion.” It was solid. What is your favourite? Personally, I think the newest song, “Tonight is the Night” is the worst theme they have ever had.
Apparently he resented the statement…?