3 items from 2012
We were all quite excited for the upcoming WWE No Way Out PPV here at WhatCulture! Daniel Bryan challenging Cm Punk for the second time on a globally televised WWE PPV was worth coughing up cash for on it’s own – it didn’t matter who else was involved over the rest of the card – then they threw Kane into the mix.
Sure, Kane has been entertaining, and the Aj/Kane love story is intriguing, but there really wasn’t any need to spoil a perfect title match by involving a near 7 foot tall, lumbering powerhouse with zero finesse and only a tenth of the ability of his opponents. That’s when the weakness of the whole card became horrendously evident, but of course we’ll sit through it so that you don’t have to. Results will be posted on here as they happen. But in the meantime here »
- Matt Aspin
In Jesse Thomas Cook’s Monster Brawl, we see the Canadian filmmaker blend both his love for the horror genre and classic ‘80s professional wrestling in the flick that features eight classic movie monsters fighting in the ultimate death match set in a haunted graveyard.
The independent horror/comedy/wrestling hybrid stars Dave Foley, Art Hingle and Lance Henriksen as the narrator as well as a handful of professional wrestlers including Kevin Nash, “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart and Robert Maillet.
Monster Brawl hit DVD and Blu-ray shelves everywhere this week, and in honor of the flick’s recent release courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment, Dread Central recently had the opportunity to chat with Cook about his ambitious project as well as whether or not fans can expect to see Monster Brawl 2 in the future- or perhaps even a bigger budget remake of the flick, which could very »
WWE Raw Review – 19/03/2012
The Big News: Triple H tried to intimidate Undertaker but it was the Deadman who dealt the true psychological blow to his upcoming opponent by reminding Hunter that he still believed that he was inferior to Shawn Michaels. Meanwhile Rock and Cena both showed their strength in taking down Mark Henry and Chris Jericho continued to air dirty laundry regarding Punk’s loved ones.
In a Nutshell: More solid progression for the matches that matter at this year’s Wrestlemania.
Cm Punk came out to start the show. Footage was replayed from Jericho’s “Cm Drunk” promo the previous week before Punk informed everyone that Jericho wasn’t in the arena tonight which proved just what kind of man he is. He said that Jericho pissed him off not because the fact his father was an alcoholic was some big secret but because he exposed information in »
- Laurent Kelly
3 items from 2012
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