RIPT Apparel has two Animaniacs-inspired mash-up designs by RatiganProductions on sale today: “Bat MANIACS,” featuring Batman villains, and “MANIACS IV,” featuring famous horror movie killers.
The shirts went on sale at RIPT today, Tuesday, October 8, 2013, at midnight CST, and will continue for 24 hours from then, and once it’s over, it will not be sold on the site anymore.
The t-shirt is available in men’s (through 3XL), women’s, and youth sizes for $10 each. Kids sizes are $10 (Girls, Toddlers, and Onesies); Hoodies for $38 (in Men/Unisex sizes). See images on product page for shirt colors. You can also get the design on coasters for $25; iphone (4/4s & 5) cases for $18; prints 18″x24″ for $20 and 24″x32″ for $40; and headphones for $40. If you purchase both designs, you’ll save $1.
We as human beings are constantly being fed sales pitches claiming to hold the secret for truly losing weight fast…most often not requiring any exercise whatsoever, while still allowing you to eat whatever the hell you’d like.
Only fools buy into such nonsense, and, whether you’re able to put in the effort or not, anyone with even partial brain function knows that it takes a lot of painfully trying discipline and hard work to lose the weight you feel you need to lose.
Still, for the sake of entertainment, and because it does happen to be All Hallows’ Eve, what if I told you that a new study claims that watching horror movies can in fact help you to drop pounds. Would you listen? or at read on purely out of curiosity? If so, do continue on below now for more information and to see a list of the ten best terrifying movie options for losing weight.
11-11-11: The Prophecy Netflix Streaming DVD
Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman
Starring Timothy Gibbs, Michael Landes, Wendy Glenn
Big Air Studios
Originally Released: November 11, 2011
Since I was 23, the time stamp of “4:44” keeps coming up and recurring in my life. I have no idea whether this has any relevance or not, but it’s something I’ve noticed frequently, and as a result I often get attracted to stories surrounding the concept of meanings behind significant numerological synchronicities. 11-11-11: The Prophecy is one such film, and surveys this concept in greater detail than many other stories have.
Written and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, best known for his contributions to the Saw series, 11-11-11 (not to be confused with the ‘mockbuster’ with the rip-off name of 11/11/11 — the movie with the correct title uses dashes instead of slashes) explores in elaborate depth the nature of synchronicity, numerology, and its relation to imagery and prophecy. The concept lends itself very strongly to the horror genre, and comes across brilliantly.
The last things you want to hear on a cruise are “Pirates,” “Iceberg, Dead Ahead,” and “Jigsaw.” So while you are more likely to run into the first two, the third sounds like something truly scary considering you are inside a large massive metal structure surrounded by water, trying to survive one of Jigsaw’s traps seems pointless. And if movies set on cruises have taught us anything, it’s that the last place you want to be is on a Saw-themed ship. That’s right, in conjunction with Twisted Pictures, Carnival and Rabin Management, the Saw series is hitting the ocean for the ultimate Saw fan experience.
Thanks to Collider for bringing this to our attention. Here’s a few more details about the Saw Fan Experience:
It feels like just yesterday that we were hearing that Saw 3D would be the final movie in the Saw franchise, and we all collectively laughed and laughed knowing it was about as far from the truth as could be.
See, the plain and simple fact is that as much as people complain about the unoriginality of Hollywood, more people pay their hard-earned coin to see the sequels and remakes and reboots we all despise so much than most anything else.
And so, with that, comes the first wink of an eye hinting toward another Saw movie. It’s not much, but it confirms what we’ve known all along: more sequels or possibly even some kind of reboot can’t be too far off.