Anway, I've made changes to both pages as well as creatin' the incomplete pages of the Demon Baby, Caleb Burcell, Cole Burcell & Darry Burcell. So I'm gonna need help with those pages as well as makin' infoboxes for these articles as we speak. Could you please help? Thank you.
Oh yeah, I remember him. About the only thing I remember about that episode, honestly. It's been ages since I last watched any Masters of Horror episode (although I have them all on their individual DVDs...somewhere).
Me too. Almost of all them. I love that show. It's been far too long. My favorite episodes are "Pick Me Up", "The Fair Haired Child", "Dance of the Dead", "Dreams in the Witch House", "The Damned Thing", "Pro-Life", "Pelt", "The Screwfly Solution", "Valerie on the Stairs", "We all Scream for Ice Cream" & "The Wasingtonians".
What are your favorite Masters of Horror episodes?
It's been a while...but among the ones that were favorites back when I was an avid watcher were Incident On and Off a Mountain Road, The Fair-Haired Child, Sick Girl, Pick Me Up, Family, Right to Die, The Black Cat, and The Washingtonians.
Also Pelts and We All Scream for Ice Cream. And while I wasn't a fan of of Chocolate per se, looking up the original story for it introduced me to the Hot Blood series, which had plenty of excellent horror stories in it.
By "basic info", I meant if the best you can do is "During HHN XII, this version of Carnage killed all the superheroes and took over" and can't really go into detail beyond that, then don't make an article.
Pretty much. If the best you can do is a paragraph, then no go. I don't know much about the house-and I did see "The Art of the Scare"-so I can't really help with it.
As it is, I probably should add more to the Shady Brook inmates article, as they were in four houses, which can make their article longer and further justify its presence. (Although I only really know about Home for the Holidays and Echoes).
Cool. I loved Universal Studios Horror Nights: The Art of the Scare. That documentary was awesome! They need to do movies about the icons (Jack, Eddie, Caretaker, Director, and maybe Lady Luck would make awesome movies). I'll try to do a paragraph.
Good idea about the Shady Brook inmates article. I could really use some assistance on there.
Yeah, "The Art of the Scare" was an awesome insight. My only real complaint with it though was that it was pretty rushed (but given it was an hour-long TV documentary, it likely had to be).
Just saying. If you can work it to be an article's length, then it could work. As it stands, I had to really dig around to get enough info for some of the guys, like H.R. Bloodengutz and Bobby "The Blade" Galletta to fit article lengths. It's unfortunate that there's not as much info about a good number of the houses and whatnot. Even HHN Wiki isn't helpful a lot of the time.
How about Chance and Nightmare? Chance was a female character who was Jack the Clown's love interest and sidekick back at Halloween Horror Nights: Carnival of Carnage, who appeared again during Halloween Horror Nights: Twenty Years of Fear. She's very popular around HHN fans. The Nightmare was a character at Halloween Horror Nights: Islands of Fear, who was the icon of Island of Evil Souls, the scare-zone counterpart of The Lost Continent.
I think he's mixed with NE and CE because he is not as crazy as other characters like Jack the Clown and the Director, and he is also known to be calmer and much more well-spoken than the others. Plus I think he's definately not a complete monster because he may care for his daughter Cindy.
I am not sure, honestly. His tendency to torture people is of a Chaotic Evil bent, but he's noticeably more restrained. I'd say he's Neutral Evil by comparison since he's not as prone to the Chaotic Evil acts of Jack or The Director (who, ironically, could also be considered Neutral Evil to a point). That said, I have no idea.
I see both Jack and the Director as Chaotic Evil because they are both cruel, heartless, and violent, as they love torture and death (Jack tricks people and the Director kidnaps "actors/actresses" for his next film projects). The Director does have Neutral Evil characteristics, but I see him as more of a Chaotic Evil character because he shot birds with a BB gun while filming them falling down when he was a kid, made very controversial films which have been banned in many countries including Eastern Europe where he was born from, and his actors/actresses get only one take: a short one. That horrifying grin of his and his sadistic character trait are both definately traits of Chaotic Evil. Evil clowns generally are Chaotic Evil, as most of them are seen as psychotic tricksters, which Jack is.
Given how they've been a recurring antagonistic force in the HHN mythos, I think you could justify making an article for the Shady Brook inmates. After all, they were a staple for quite some time with at least four houses I can think of (the first one, the one where Jack took over the asylum for HHN Sweet 16, Home for the Holidays, and Echoes)