Archive for August, 2010

 In the 1980s, we were introduced to a slew of rampant paranoia surrounding of my favorite RPGs; Dungeons and Dragons.  And what sprung from the loins of that wildly preposterous hysteria was a horrible made-for-TV movie called Mazes and Monsters; a movie adaptation of a fictionalized novelization of an inaccurate story surrounding the disappearance of an MSU student.

In other words, this cinematic abortion is a piece of drivel birthed by the paranoia created by people too bloody pathetic to assume any responsibility for their children’s mental well-being that they have to concoct some BS reason why their children take a swim in the deep end of the mental wacko-pool so as to not assume the blame for their own eff-ups as parents. (more…)


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