For the first time ever in my time being on gaia, I'll write a little about myself. By little I really do mean little. Where do I begin....? I have a lot of different names that I go by. One of my favorites is Mr.E. It makes me sound like some secret agent. Some of my friends have dubbed me Angel, or Angelpants. why angelpants? In all honesty that's a mystery I've yet to solve. A few others are Mr. E as mentioned, and the latest being Tamashii. I think that one is particularly interesting since its the meaning to the name my father gave me. I have a job that I loath with eternal hellfire. The people I work with there though are highly amusing. I feel inspired by them and the working conditions to make a webcomic spoof called "Little Nero's Pizza." I'm sure the name alone is a big giveaway as to what kind of job I'm working. Each of my co-workers are characters in their own rights. There are days we make eachother laugh, and days when we piss eachother off. I don't care for the gig, but I'm still grateful to have it. I don't see myself being there for long however. I've had many dreams that had been stomped out by one thing or another. One of them I won't let anyone stop me from doing. I want to be a Marine. I want to make something of myself and be someone great someday. I'm afraid of the thought of taking another person's life. I don't know what I'd do in that situation right now but my heart is still in doing what I want. What I need to continue to grow as a person. There are days when I look around myself and realize that I don't care for a lot of things that I've grown too used to to notice just how bad they are. I've been around it all for years and saw all the negative as normal. I'm grateful for the friends I've made both on and offline. Some of them I still talk to, and some I've completely stopped talking to altogether. I always loan my shoulder out for people to cry on because I have learned that just listening to someone helps. It feels good to know that I've relieved someone of the demons they have in their minds. Like any other person though I have flaws of my own. I'm far from perfect. Quite actually I've been told I'm rather upside down and backwards compared to what people call "normal." Is there really such a thing as normal though? I keep to myself for my own reasons and don't bother telling my own woas. It makes me feel weak and stupid. I normally don't give a damn about what other people think on the matter, not unless your someone I consider a little legit opinion wise. I guess you can say its a small paranoia that the people who offer to hear what's bothering me is only saying it so as to make themselves feel better for "doing the right thing". I see them rolling their eyes, saying ho-hum same story as every other cry baby out there yadda yadda yadda. I guess I just don't trust people that much. why should I? But there are times when I will open up a little. If I do its because I trust you a little. Not a lot, but enough to satisfy your curiosity. Don't get me wrong, I'm not some self absorbed woawesme kinda person. I see the lighter parts of the day and enjoy them with gratitude. I joke around and will be playful most of the time if need be. I enjoy drawing when the inspiration hits. Most of all I like writing short stories. Sometimes said short stories end up being longer then they should be. To me role playing is like writing a big story. Two friends of mine pointed out that my main character's personality is a little bit of my own persona mixed in there. That I'm acting out my inner desires and fantasies through that, and that is why it makes for such an interesting scenario. I suppose they are somewhat correct. If that's the case then all of us who role play are acting out our inner most desires. I can go on a little more about myself but I'll leave things as they are.
That's what I'm worried about. It's going to become a really bad fan fiction as a movie. I wouldn't have a problem if they had a scene or mentioned something about the original Ghostbusters so it seems like the guys are passing the torch to the girls but yeah. I'm worried it'll turn into a politically correct version with lots of sex jokes and innuendos. I'll stick with the original version thank you very much.
Remakes are taking the old story and retelling it with a "new take" typically taking everything about the old version and putting it in modern times (so for Hellraiser it would be in the 2010s rather than the late 1980s). Reboots mean they're starting over from square one kinda like what they did with Batman (Tim Burton) to Batman Begins (Christopher Nolan). From what I heard, Clive is starting from square one rather than retelling Hellraiser/The Hellbound Heart. I would have loved to hear what Butterball's voice might be, maybe something that suggests "I'm a demonic blob!" Chatterer I would imagine to sound a little hyperactive. He was a kid when he turned into a cenobite after all. I have heard about how bad Revelations was and I don't even wanna see it! I'm not sure how well a Female Pinhead would do either. People are getting up in arms about how Ghostbusters 3 is going to have a female-fronted case/gender-swapped the roles, so it's best to keep Pinhead male unless they adapt the comics into film.
XD Thanks! I'll keep that in mind if I want a new movie to watch.
I don't think it's a remake so I'm calling it a reboot until I know what the story is. I heard that Clive doesn't want to remake his movie and Hellraiser did follow The Hellbound Heart very closely except they changed a few things the biggest one to be being changing Kirsty's age and making her Larry's daughter instead of a close family friend. That book isn't going to be what the movie is about from what I'm hearing but The Scarlet Gospels will be giving tons of much needed information about the cenobites since I'm in love with the mythology and want to learn more for my own fiction! I am mostly excited for Pinhead's true name so I can add that into my works. Everyone got their nicknames from the makeup artists; Pinhead, Butterball, Chatterer, even the Female Cenobite who was going to be known as Deep Throat but due to "decency issues" a movie about sadomasochist demons cannot have a member named after a porno film. I'm 99.9999999999999% sure that Pinhead will be male since everyone including Clive wants Doug Bradly to don the leather and pins again and yes, I was aware that Butter was the leader in The Hellbound Heart. In fact, he and Chatterer were going to have lines in the movie but they got passed to Pinhead and Fem because actors Simon Bamford and Nicholas Vince couldn't talk under the weight of the makeup.
I have only been a horror movie fan for about a year and a half now so I didn't know that they used to be on all month long. sweatdrop
I know! To make matters worst, an early draft of Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth would have made "Pinsty" canon! I understand that in the first two movies the cenobites were not really the villains, but that's just pathetic! gonk And in a later but still early draft of the same movie, they wanted to make Joey and Elliot's side of the story into a bit of a love story complete with an implied hook up. Again, glad they ditched it. It gives me more freedom to have Pinhead fall in love with my OC in fan fiction. emotion_dowant But yes, Kirsty does become the new Pinhead and then later on in the series, Harry D'Amour (Clive's occult detective from his story The Last Illusion" and movie "Lord of Illusions) becomes the new Pinhead. I'm not sure if he switched places with Kirsty or if Pinhead came back, returned to his cenobite form, and then went rouge again to destroy Hell but this time swapped places with D'Amour.
Yep, they still have THE MASK and of course they do have Jason's hockey mask. I know there's a chainsaw item that could apply to either Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Evil Dead. AMC still does the Horror 24/7 but it starts on the 17th.
Yes, Pinhead and Kirsty do become a thing in the comics but it was in a dream sequence (I think it came from Leviathan's mind). And thank GOD! I HATE the shipping of the horror killer and the final girl! It's so lazy and just seems out-of-character for a final girl to fall in love with the person/demon/being spending a good movie (or franchise) trying to kill them! In the comics, Pinhead does go on a quest to destroy Hell but he needs a human to take his place in the cenobite realm and that person is Kirsty Cotton.
Yes! Oh, I'd love to see a Texas Chainsaw Massacre item too! The original one is on SyFy right now!
Yeah, there was a series published by Boom! Comics that ended back in January, I think there was forty issues total (Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Hellraiser: The Road Bellow, and Hellraiser: The Dark Watch). I've only read a one-shot and the second storyline in the first set and I love it! Boom as also recently started called Hellraiser: Bestiary. It's running like an anthology like the old comics by Epic so each issue contains two brand new stories. I haven't read that one yet but I want to!
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