In 2005, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Real Nightmares was set to air. Englund would have hosted the series, which would have starred real people attempting to conquer their nightmares by being exposed to their deepest fears. If it sounds similar to that other show about phobias, Fear Factor, then you’re in the exact same frame of mind as the network CBS was when they cancelled the Freddy series after a mere four episodes.
Where Revenge of the Sith ended, a new Darth Vader series begins. Fresh in his hawt new leather threads and prosthetic limbs, Marvel has announced that the latest series starring the newest Sith lord will be penned by writer Charles Soule and drawn by Giuseppe Camuncoli, an artist whose run on Spider-Man over the last couple of years has been nothing short of amazing so far.
There used to be a time when cartoons were downright terrible. When every new series on TV was either a poorly-translated attempt at being the next Pokémon or an excuse for such channels to replace them with horrible terrible live-action sitcoms for kids. Those were dark times. But right now, I do believe that we’re living in one of the …
Buckle up viewers of Eeeeeeeeee-TV, because WWE Battleground will most likely be the final big event you get to see now that Supersport has managed to cash in its money in the bank contract. Battleground’s fifth appearance in the WWE Universe has one massive draw this Sunday in the form of the most bizarre match ever devised: The Punjabi Prison Match.
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