From the very last episode of the fifth season (and the original series), Sleeping in Light.
I just felt like posting one of my favourite Homer Simpsons moments.
Please don’t sue me.
Ghost is a heavy metal band with a theatrical flair. Their front man is an evil pope figure called Papa Emeritus and their music is a blend of classic heavy metal, heavy rock and stereotypically satanic lyrics. It all adds up to a pretty fun experience.
So, it occurred to me while rewatching the first Hellraiser film, that a music video made from footage from that movie would make for an excellent Ghost music video. Unfortunately, I’m not particulary good at making music videos, so the result may not be what either Ghost or Hellraiser deserves. But, for what it’s worth, here’s the video anyway.
I’ve been replaying the excellent (although somewhat dated and despite official and unofficial patches, still buggy) RPG game Vampire the Masquerade – Bloodlines, a game based on the pen & paper roleplaying game called Vampire the Masquerade. One of my favourite parts of this game is the mansion of the Malkavian Alistair Grout. He was the leader of the Malkavian vampire clan in Los Angeles and had a background as a clinical psychologist. The Malkavian clan as a whole is afflicted by a curse in which all its members suffer from a mental disability or insanity of some kind. Throughout this Malkavian mansion there are a series of musings recorded by Grout that you can listen to as you explore his dwelling. They give a wonderful insight into the Malkavian clan and the various ways their affliction can manifest itself.
I dug those messages out of the guts of the game and put them together into one flash video file for my (and your, of course) enjoyment.
It seems the biggest repository of user generated content for the excellent computer roleplaying game Neverwinter Nights, Neverwinter Vault, is down and may not come up again. That’s a huge amount of lost modules (a module is basically a new game world and/or modification) and tons of other resources.
Unfortunately, I don’t have many of those great modules saved, but I do have a couple of them lying around, so I thought I’d offer them up for download here since they are things I often come back to and play, and I don’t want them to disappear.
Update! Yeah, NWVault is still around. The tidings of doom I spouted turned out to be wrong. But I’ll keep these modules here anyway.