Ghosts, Zombies, and Ben Affleck, oh my!

Some news in honor of Halloween’s penultimate day. First, this cool ghost was snapped at a famous Game of Thrones location in Ireland. I mean, if this doesn’t conclusively lay the whole “are ghosts real” thing to rest, then I don’t know what will.

Now, on the topic of zombies: if you’re like me–and I know you are!–you’ve been wondering for a while when some company will start selling modular, log cabins that are guaranteed safe from a zombie attack. Welp, we’re in luck. For a mere 146k, you can protect your loved ones from the zombacalypse, while playing some X-Box and gardening. This awesome modular cabin comes with important amenities such as an “Arsenal storage unit for weaponry” and an “Upper deck with 360deg vantage point + escape hatch”. Best of all though is the “10 YEAR ANTI ZOMBIE GUARANTEE*” (*assuming you follow the installation instruction to a T, of course). Here’s a nice explanatory vid:

Finally, in what may be the most frightening thing to happen this Halloween’s Eve Eve, I give you Ben Affleck’s wife discussing Ben Affleck’s Batman voice. Oh, god, somebody shoot me now. Look, it’s not like I don’t like Affleck, he’s done some good stuff–I just watched Gone Girl, it was decent, although I wanted to stare at kittens and rainbows the rest of the night to cleanse my wounded soul–but, c’mon, this has the makings of George Clooney’s Batman & Robin. Do I have to remind you how horrid that movie was? DO I!?!?!? Ok, apparently I do. IT WAS THE WORST MOVIE EVER MADE. It was so bad, it went past the “it’s so bad it’s good” level, and cycled all the way back into bad-only levels. Has any other movie done this? In case you don’t remember, here are the top 15 Dumb Batman & Robin movie moments:

And with that, I bid you adieu.

1 thought on “Ghosts, Zombies, and Ben Affleck, oh my!”

  1. I saw that zombie proof cabin, and it was tempting. But then I realized I already had a compound that would give any prepper worth his salt a raging hard-on. As to “Batman and Robin,” it may not be the worst movie ever made, but it’s got to be in the conversation. Or at least the worst big budget film.

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