[Page Thirty Three]


Cesspool of Vermin

[#365]

  • 'Beastial Necrophilia' cover

    [Note: Wow, now that's vile! Almost as vile as the Pungent Stench cover below...]

    [Below: Here is a flyer for 'Beastial Necrophilia']

    [Below: Here is another flyer for 'Beastial Necrophilia']

    [Below: Here is an ad for the official 'Beastial Necrophilia' shirt... get ready for the next one...]

    [Below: What can I say? Things have gotten to the level of comedy in the metal scene. Silliness extreme.]

    [Below: Since we're on the subject of pork...]

    [Below: There is nothing more foul, more disgusting and perverse in the animal kingdom as mankind. Truly disturbing cover on this split. Thanks R. for sending this to me, my eyes will never forgive me. The music of this band is insane sounding... sort of death metal I suppose, but the vocals are truly bizarre. Yet, as crazy sounding as this is, it's nothing compared to what comes next! I cannot begin to describe the other band on this split. Truly insane.]


    Dracula/Son of Dracula

    [#366]

  • Laser Discs

    [Note: The son of Dracula... wow, what a geeky looking vampire. Hehehe... I wonder if Dracula is embarrassed of his son? After this picture was taken, he and his girlfriend (above) got caught up in the meth-craze and turned into their heroes --Zombies.]

    [Above: 'Dracula - The Lady in the Tomb'... What a great way to describe this gay looking version of Dracula!]


    Mercyful Fate

    [#367]

  • Nuns have no Fun

    [Note: Cool release. Did you know that in the 1970's a type of trend called 'nunsploitation' was popular? The movie below should give you a clue as to what it was...]

    [Below: So nuns do have fun afterall... 'Nuns Do Have Fun' was released in a three LP boxset. This unlicensed boxset contains tracks from three live shows and is limited to 65 hand numbered copies.]

    [Below: More nuns having fun.]

    [Below: The above image spawned at least two releases]


    Alien(s)

    [#368]

  • Laser Disc/PSP UMD/DVD Boxset/VHS/Video Games/Board Game/CED

    [Note: 'In Space No One Can Hear You Scream'. Alien and Aliens are amongst my favorite sci-fi movies. Even part three was pretty good, despite their bad choice of using animation for the alien. But, anything after that is insulting, horrid and criminal. It was a great idea ruined by greed and lack of talent. Like the whole 'Aliens vs the Predator' idea. At the end of Predator 2 they show a glimpse of past hunts in the Predator's ship, lo and behold, an Alien head. It could have been a cool idea. But, the movies bearing this idea are horrible catastrophes.]

    [Above: Aliens Laserdisc and Alien UMD]


    [Above: Aliens laserdisc four disc special edition.
    'There Are Some Places In The Universe You Don't Go Alone']

    [Above: Picture of cast from booklet]

    [Above: Laserdisc center]


    [Above: 20th anniversary edition DVD boxset/front and side-view]

    [Above: 20th anniversary edition five VHS set, 1999]


    [Above & below: 2003 two disc special editions]


    [Above: 'Aliens' VHS]


    [Above: 'Alien 3' clamshell VHS]


    [Below: Blu-ray special edition boxset outer casing. This 2010 release contains all four Alien(s) films to date, along with 2 extra discs of bonus material. A fan treasure, the high-definition footage looks great!]

    [Below: Inner book containing six discs and booklet, along with pictures and artwork. Three of the movie discs are pictured directly below. I've chosen not to scan the fourth movie 'Alien Resurrection' because I abhor it.]


    [Below: Prometheus is a sort of prequel to the first movie 'Alien'. It had a lot of potential, but unfortunately didn't live up to it. It did however have its moments of creepiness. Overall I thought it seemed rushed. Although the movie was a little over two hours long, it seemed like it needed twice that to tell the story.]

    [Above & below: DVD and Blu-ray covers]

    [Below: Prometheus comic book]


    [Above: comics are never far behind to milk a popular franchise]

    [Above: This absurd pairing debuted in July 1995. What a stupid concept!]


    [Above: Here is the movie Alien, in book form, based on the screenplay]


    [Above: Alien vs. Predator (circa 2005) DVD and UMD editions. This is a horrendous movie.]


    [Above: Aliens vs. Predator Requiem (circa 2007/2008) DVD. For some reason 'Alien' is now plural for this release. As if the first one wasn't bad enough, they had to drive the nail in deeper.]


    [Above: Scandinavian Aliens vs. Predator cover. The best version an English speaker could ever see, since you can't understand the dialogue!]

    [Above: Scandinavian Aliens vs. Predator inner cover.]

    [Above: Scandinavian Aliens vs. Predator disc.]


    [Above: 1982 Atari 'Alien' 2600 cartridge.]

    [Above: Wow, the realism and likeness to the movie is stunning!]


    [Above: 1992 'Alien 3' Nintendo cartridge]


    [Above: 1992 'Alien 3' Sega Genesis box]


    [Above: 1992 'Alien 3' Sega Genesis cartridge]


    [Above: 1992 'Alien 3' Sega Gamegear cartridge.]


    [Above: 1992 'Alien 3' Nintendo Gameboy cartridge.]


    [Above: 1993 'Alien 3' Nintendo Super NES cartridge. This game comes a little bit late in the game 'let's see how much we can whore out the franchise.' But wait, it's not over. More below!]


    [Above: 1994 'Alien vs Predator' Atari Jaguar box. This game was insanely cool back in the day. The graphics and atmosphere were top notch.]

    [Above: 1994 'Alien vs Predator' Atari Jaguar cartridge]

    [Above: 1994 'Alien vs Predator' Atari Jaguar controller inserts. These strange things fit over the lower half of the Jaguar's controller, which had many buttons]


    [Above: 1996 'Alien Trilogy' on Playstation, sporting the big case of the original releases before switching to regular sized jewel cases.]


    [Above: 1997 'Alien Resurrection' also on Playstation]


    [Above: 2003 'Aliens versus Predator Extinction' on XBOX]


    [Above: 2010 'Aliens versus Predator' on Playstation 3]


    [Above: 2013 Aliens Colonial Marines on Playstation 3]


    [Above: 2013 Aliens Colonial Marines special edition on Playstation 3]


    [Above & below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator special edition on Playstation 3]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator metal game case (front)]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator metal game case (back)]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator metal game case without plastic slip cover (front)]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator metal game case without plastic slip cover (back)]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator artbook]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator lenticular postcard]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator patch]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator add on content card]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator preorder content card]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator facehugger top view]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator facehugger bottom view]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator facehugger FIRST VICTIM!]

    [Below: 2010 Aliens vs Predator facehugger SECOND VICTIM!]


    [Above: 2000 'Aliens versus Predator' on PC]


    [Above: Alien board game, circa 1979. Wow, those kids sure look like they're having fun. 'Oh shit Timmy, the alien just burst through your chest...!' There were even action figures, but they were quickly discontinued and are now very rare.]

    [Above: Alien game board]

    [Above: Alien game pieces]


    [Below: A copy of the movie Alien, in the CED format. Most of you probably have never heard of the CED format, it is and was very obscure. The player, about the size of a VCR, was exclusively made by RCA. It came out in the 1970's, but was too expensive and obscure to compete with VHS, even though it had better sound and video, not to mention ahead of its time features. As you can see, it took a disc, housed in a plastic cartridge. It is the same size as a conventional vinyl, and looks like a cross between a laser disc and an audio vinyl. To play it used a stylus, not unlike the one found in your record player. These wore out like normal ones and could be easily changed. Very, very bizarre.]


    [Above: 1992 Aliens action figure, Ripley]

    [Above: Not much of a resemblance...]


    [Above & below: Everyone's favorite anti-hero. 2013 Aliens action figure, Xenomorph Warrior]

    [Above: close-up...]

    [Above: Back of package. Also available: Hicks and Hudson!]


  • The following are 2013 action figures which are almost identical to a set of action figures from 1979 which were planned to be released by Kenner. Kenner breifly released 18" figures with plans to release 4 and a half inch figures shortly after. These 1979 toys are extremely rare due to the fact that they were cancelled because of a loud outcry of protest from parents who complained the toys were too frightening for kids. A 1999 toy encyclopedia lists the unboxed 1979 action figures at 300 dollars a piece! While boxed versions are double that at 600 dollars! Very strange to see these released again after nearly 35 years! And even today they are intended for adults only.

    [Above: Alien action figure. 'The Alien'. The oval pattern on the side of his head glows in the dark.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2013 Alien action figure: 'Ripley'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2013 Alien action figure: 'Ash'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2013 Alien action figure: 'Kane in Nostromo space suit'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2013 Alien action figure: 'Dallas'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: Back of the boxes.]

    [Above: 2014 Alien action figure: 'Ripley in space suit'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2014 Alien action figure: 'Kane with facehugger'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2014 Alien action figure: 'Kane with chestburster', or as some people refer to it, 'Kane with his son'! HAHAHA!]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: 2014 Alien action figure: 'Alien with metallic flesh'.]

    [Above: Close-up.]

    [Above: Back of the boxes.]


    [Above & below: Alien Vault book. This deluxe collector's edition hardbound book with slipcover also comes with posters and a sticker. Thick pages and very high quality everything make this an impressive package. Everything you wanted to know about ALIEN, with rare pictures and insider information. A cool release! Above is the slipcase front, below the slipcase back.]

    [Below: book front]

    [Below: poster]

    [Below: poster]

    [Below: facsimile script and sticker]


    [Above & below: Alien Isolation (2014) for the PS4.]

    [Above: Disc]

    [Above: Insert.]

    [Above: Insert.]


    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Front.]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Slipcase back.]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Blu-ray cover..]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Advertisement papers.]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Inner slipcase containing comic and art cards.]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Comic.]

    [Below: Alien 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray. Art cards.]


    [Below: Aliens Infestation on the Nintendo DS. 2009.]


    [Below: Alien bobble-head! How dare they whore-out this pure and noble creature!]


    [Below: Alien bobble-head keychain! The capitalist whoredom is reaching critical mass... but he is so cute...
    You must be 17+ to put this on your keychain!! WTF!?]


    [Below: This is from a series of toys from 2017. It's hard to believe that such a serious movie has been spoofed like this.]

    [Below: Side of package showing other figures. Why is the Alien called 'Big Chap'???]


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