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‘Axeman 2′ comes to Amazon Prime Video

The best things in life are Free – even in the world of horror! From distributor #SinningWorks comes another slay-cation to remember with Axeman 2: Overkill, which is available Today on Amazon Prime and Ad-supported Amazon Video!

The second installment in the 80′s throwback slasher series features MTV Teen Mom Farrah Abraham, CBS’ Big Brother Rachel Reilly, Baywatch star Angelica Bridges and WWE/WCW star Bryan Clark in a blood-soaked romp that reviewers are calling “Flat-Out Amazing” and “High On Tension and Suspense!”

Axeman 2: Overkill marks the blood-soaked return of the Axeman at Cutter’s Creek. When a crazed evangelical christians, murderous bank robbers and revenge-seeking vigilantes clash in the quaint town of Cutter’s Creek, there’s only one axe-wielding local legend who can separate them… and dismember them!

Axeman 2: Overkill is unrated and available now on Amazon Prime and Ad-support Amazon Video.
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WWE Wrestler Death Rates Investigated

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A lot of people have been talking about Benjamin Morris’ 538 piece, “Are Pro Wrestlers Dying at an Unusual Rate?”

Like Morris, I am neither an actuarial scientist nor a demographer. So, our interpretations of the data should be taken with a grain of salt. My results were somewhat different from Morris’ due to a difference data set and changes in how we calculated actuarial predictions.

Differences in methodology from Morris

I also used Social Security Actuarial Life Tables, but my “expected mortality rates” for the age groups were not the same as Morris’. For each wrestler, I calculated what their age would have been as of today. Then, based on gender, I looked up the number of lives (out of 100,000) that were expected to still be alive and converted that to a percentage. His analysis looked at wrestlers who were on 20+ WWF PPVs through 2002. I went with a
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Photo Blast from the Past: Bent Broadway Marquee

The 1980 Broadway production was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman, scenery by Santo Loquasto, costumes by Robert Wojewodski, lighting by Arden Fingerhut, and music by Stanley Silverman. The show featured Richard Gere as Max, David Marshall Grant as Rudy,James Remar as Wolf, Michael Gross as Greta, George Hall as Uncle Freddie, Bryan E. Clark as Officer, David Dukes as Horst, Ron Randell as Captain, and the Guards were Kai Wulff, Philip Kraus, and John Snyder. Check out a photo of the marquee below
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