Mini Butcher LOVES movies. His Blu-ray collection of kid flicks already exceeds the average Joe's DVD collection. He does enjoy Caillou and other television programs like Dora the Explorer, but he absolutely loves to watch full-length feature films.
This year was all about Toy Story for Mini Butch. He saw the third film at my local drive-in and immediately fell in love. He was upset actually because we couldn't replay the movie, like we do at home. But ever since then it's been all
It's always embarrassing opening up my gifts in front of my family. Everyone is getting freshly ground coffee, best selling novels or sweaters while I'm opening comic books from 1985 or a Jason Voorhees bobble head. But I feel right at home posting this stuff here. I know only some of you will judge me.
LASER DISC MOVIES
The Class of 1984 laser disc is my favorite gift I got this year. We'll be reviewing this on an upcoming 80's podcast.
Updated 12-28-2010 at 11:39 AM by The Butcher
LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN O'BRIEN
CoCo is back on the air and I'm loving every minute of it. I watch pretty much every late night host from time to time, but none of them have that twisted sense of humor like Conan. I also enjoy Conan's choice of guests. I'm always interested in all of them. I guess that means that I'm dab smack in the middle of his demographic. I'm also enjoying Andy Richter, which surprises me. I haven't found him all that funny until recently. My only gripe about the show
Updated 12-18-2010 at 08:53 AM by The Butcher
Hello, my name is Gregg Dumont AKA The Butcher and I'm a gamer, in the truest sense of the term. The love for the medium started at the ripe age of six with the Atari 2600. When other kids were out kicking soccer balls around I was working hard on completely every NES game I could get my hands on. I've owed pretty much every console that was released in North America and have played through hundreds of games, over 200 on the NES alone. Below is just a handful of my favorite games of all time, spanning
So my birthday weekend started Friday November 26th. I had spent the previous day eating pounds of turkey and stuffing, drinking White Russians and watching way too many hours of oversized men running back and forth on a 100 yard plain of grass. Later that day (Thanksgiving night) I was up until midnight playing ROCK BAND with BC and KaylaCap, then dozed off to HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS; the 1966 animated version, not that Jim Carry bullshit.
At 5:45 AM I woke up and immediately
Updated 11-28-2010 at 04:07 PM by The Butcher