Which Would Jesus Do? – Review

February 28, 2005

Which Would Jesus Do? asks the only real question: When given a choice between two hot, scantily-clad women, who would he boff?

Peter Pan – Review

February 28, 2005

One would suspect that senor freako was gay and looking for young boys to fly off to Never-Never Land with him, but he’s not. He’s looking for Tinkerbell.

Kekeo’s Ballbusting World – Review

February 28, 2005

“IMAGINE THIS GIRL KICKS YOUR NUTS,” proclaims one particularly straight-forward caption, this one beneath a cute Japanese girl in a swimsuit.

Hoot Island – Review

February 28, 2005

Hoot Island is certainly an oddity. No, this isn’t a fetish site. It’s basically devoted to pictorials of young nubiles disrobing while in the act of laughing.

Divine Interventions – Review

February 28, 2005

Realize what you’re really looking at, and the number of hits this site gets, you’ll not have to guess if the path to hell is truly paved with good intentions.

All Look Same – Review

February 28, 2005

Can you tell the difference between Chinese, Korean, and Japanese? A Chinese friend explained the differences to me once. I bombed the test spectacularly.

10 Eastern – Review

February 28, 2005

There really is a strange kind of coherence in going from goofy to nice to cute to completely screwed up in the space of ten seconds.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

February 28, 2005

Fox Home has just released Terror Train, one of the more notable Halloween-style rip-offs. The film looks pretty swell, but there aren’t really any peachy extras.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

February 28, 2005

Anchor Bay’s recent triumph is their bundle of joy entitled ILSA. This box set contains three films starring Dyanne Thorne, the giant-jugged mistress of mayhem.

Underground Station – Column

February 28, 2005

It’s taken me nearly 20 years to claw my way up from Playboy to Lollipop, but I’m finally here in the big time!

Gentlemanly Repose – Review

February 28, 2005

Wearing only a robe and slippers, you’ve locked yourself out the tour bus parked (illegally) in Paris. What do you do? If you’re Mike Ruffino, you get a drink.

Choosing Death- Review

February 28, 2005

A book about the “who”s, “where”s, “what”s, “when”s, and – most importantly – “why”s of a movement that won our hearts and gave us a place to belong.

X-Men Legends – Review

February 28, 2005

Part squad-based strategy and role-player with a whole lot of button-tapping fisticuffs, Legends succeeds because of enthusiasm for the subject matter.

Tony Hawk’s Underground 2 – Review

February 28, 2005

While it retains all classic, zero learning curve, highly improvisational, and brutally challenging skateboarding madness, something soured with Underground.

Spiderman 2 – Review

February 28, 2005

Great first impression and occasional flashes of brilliance are scattered throughout a game that grows boring in spite of extreme inventiveness and likability.

Rome Total War – Review

February 28, 2005

Half brain-twisting turn-based empire management, half heart-stopping real-time battle simulator, Rome condenses 300 years of history into a single experience.

Rainbow Six – Black Arrow – Review

February 28, 2005

The levels take place all over the world, not just the Middle East. Environments are bigger, brighter, and more colorful than the predominantly industrial ones seen previously, and include a subway terminal, ancient ruins, and a fancy hotel. Terrorists are considerably smarter, love their RPGs, use hostages as human shields, and exhibit considerably more interest in survival.

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