I’m convinced that the Monster Mania convention is the Disneyland for the demented. It’s one place where like-minded fans of horror and all things scary can come together for one weekend and feel comfortable in their skin. If you’ve never been to this or any other horror convention, you’re in for a real treat. Read the rest of this entry
Lists are a funny thing – they’re always so subjective. One person’s top 5 Beatles albums could be very different from someone else’s’. The top 101 best written tv shows of all time chosen by TV Guide could be very different from a list compiled by Entertainment Weekly. Which makes the notion of choosing The Top 25 Greatest Rivalries In Wrestling a hard one – every fan has their favourites. Luckily for WWE, who recently released a Blu-ray/DVD by that very title, they managed to cover some of the best moments in wrestling history.
It’s hard to believe that this years marks the 11th anniversary of the closure of World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Based out of Atlanta, Georgia, WCW was the company that, thanks to the money of Ted Turner and the arrogant brilliance of one Eric Bischoff, managed to ignite a wrestling war that last for a years and nearly put the World Wrestling Federation out of business. But with too much money and not enough solid management, WCW could only briefly burn bright before finally fading away.
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