I make sketches of things inspired by Tim Burton, Pendelton Ward, and David Lynch.
I also make analyses on various media.
Silent Hill Opening Theme LyricsSilent HillSilent Hill Opening Theme Lyrics by ~DoctorBizzaro
(Meant to be read whilst listening to this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EN-_1OGtUY )
Stop your crying
Shed your tears
A world of shadow numbs your fear
Close your eyes, be ever still
Welcome child, to Silent Hill
Don't fear now, for the Purge has come (What have you done to my daughter...?)
You have sinned and so you won't run (I'm not crazy... at least, I don't think so.)
This is your American Nightmare (Are you still following me? Do I have to scream?)
None will save. Not even a prayer. ( If you get killed here, you die in the real world)
You're sure to have time to kill
Here in your own Silent Hill
Is it real or in your head?
It's God's will to have you dead
All of your sins will be paid
The path to salvation shall be strayed
This world devoid of moral soul
Eternal fire f
Zelda Theory: Twilit = Gerudo?The Twili are without a doubt one of the most interesting races in Zelda lore. They are a mystery wrapped in a riddle trapped in an enigma. We know barley anything about them and much that we learn of them turn out to be misinformation. So, what ARE the Twili? How did they get to where they are in Twilight Princess?Zelda Theory: Twilit = Gerudo? by ~DoctorBizzaro
Well, here is what I believe. The Twili are the Gerudos from OOT. This sounds unreasonable and brash, but allow me to explain. First off, where are all the Gerudos in Twilight Princess? They were a thriving society in a land only they occupied. Surly a group like this cannot just vanish after 100 years time. Think about Twilight Princess. Where are the Gerudos? Here is Zant
Look at the symbol on his chest.
Now, compare it to the Gerudo symbol
Look at Midna's throne...
Star Trek: Into Darkness ReviewStar Trek: Into Darkness Review by ~DoctorBizzaro
Due to the subject material of this film I am splitting my review into two sections, Trekkie and Cinephile. As you can see, this is the Cinephile Edition, where I look at the film with unbiased eyes as just a film, and no spoilers. The Trekkie Edition will be essentially a Spoiler Discussion and I will release it in due time.
In Star Trek: Into Darkness, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction.
Following some time after Star Trek, Into Darkness does have its slow start.However, this doesn't take any time away from the non-stop roller coaster of a film it becomes. This strength really comes from the director JJ Abrams, as it is rather a trademark of his. He knows how to shoot action, despite lens flares galore, and the scale of the film/effects on display are quite epic. But what it all boils down to in the end is the characters. If you don't care about them, then the film falls apart. I'm happy to say that you *do* grow to care a