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OuijaZilla, World’s Largest Ouija Board, Unveiled in Massachusetts




Over the weekend, Salem, Massachusetts, a village forever tied to witchcraft and things that go bump in the night, hosted a very special unveiling in the town common for the world’s largest Ouija board, nicknamed OuijaZilla by its designer.

The fully operational, hand-painted board, which decimated the previous world record holder, is longer than a brontosaurus, heavier than a six-ton elephant, and is large enough to park five 18-wheeler trucks on its surface.

Yeah, it’s that big.


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OuijaZilla was designed by Rick “Omortis” Schreck, vice president of the Talking Board Historical Society, and its unveiling was the culmination of hundreds of hours of work. Schreck modeled his design on the original Parker Brothers Ouija board, even going so far as to get Hasbro’s blessing on the project, while adding a few of his own embellishments here and there.

An avid collector of talking boards since the early 90s, Schreck added every type of talking board he could get his hands on to his personal collection before beginning to design his own adding elements like hair and bone and even human ashes to his designs.

Construction on OuijaZilla began in summer of 2018 and ultimately includes 99 sheets of plywood finally weighing in at over 9000 pounds and a surface area of 3168 feet.

Of course, a talking board is useless without a planchette, and again, Schreck spared no expense. According to Ripleys, the piece is 15.5 feet in length, 10 feet wide, and weighs in at 400 pounds. It can, however, be moved by a single person across the board’s surface.

OuijaZilla was built in New Jersey by Rick and his crew and then moved by truck and reassembled for the unveiling in Salem.

Now…who wants to see what kind of spirits we can contact with a board this size?!

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John Wick in Development for a Sequel and a Video Game



John Wick 4 was a complete blast and the ending pointed at the odd fact that John Wick might actually be… dead. I didn’t believe it for a second. Not John Wick. The dude is a tank. Lionsgate has already greenlit development for a John Wick 5.

That isn’t all the studio has in store though. It also appears that we will receive a big triple-A game based on the Baba Yaga.

“What is official is that, as you know, Ballerina is the first spinoff that comes out next year,” President of Lionsgate Joe Drake said, “We’re in development on three others, including and including television series, “The Continental”, will be airing soon. And so, we’re building out the world and when that fifth movie comes, will be organic — will be organically grown out of how we’re starting to tell those stories. But you can rely on a regular cadence of John Wick.”

In addition to those awesome projects, we also have The Continental TV spinoff coming and a whole new Ballerina film based on the assassins introduced in John Wick 3.

The synopsis for John Wick 4 went like this:

With the price on his head ever increasing, legendary hit man John Wick takes his fight against the High Table global as he seeks out the most powerful players in the underworld, from New York to Paris to Japan to Berlin.

Are you guys excited about a John Wick 5 and a full-on, shoot-em-up video game based on Wick? Let us know in the comments section.

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Tim Burton Documentary Features Winona Ryder, Johnny Depp, and Other Regulars




Tim Burton will always be a part of horror for us. He has a page indexed here and we love it. From Beetlejuice to Ed Wood the director has broken the mold time and time again. A documentary focused on Burton is headed to Cannes this year and will feature all of the director’s co-conspirators in action.

The four-part documentary features Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Jenna Ortega, composer Danny Elfman, Christopher Walken, Danny DeVito, Mia Wasikowska, and Christoph Waltz. All of these awesome actors to talk about their time with Burton.

“Tim continues to build his aesthetic, the Burton-esque style, derived from a wealth of art, cinematic, and literary genres,” the release says “The documentary explores how Burton brings his vision to life through his own joyous idiosyncrasy and his ability to meld the ominous and the frightful with a sense of whimsy. Tim’s films are just the tip of the iceberg.”

The documentary will take us through Burton’s life and many adored films.

Are you excited to see Burton’s documentary? Let us know in the comments section.

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‘The Last of Us’ Fans Have a Really Long Wait Till Second Season




The Last of Us was a big hit with fans. It brought in both fans of the game as well as new fans entirely. It managed to give gut punches in the feels and still managed to create a terrifying experience. That’s great and all but the long wait for fans isn’t going to be an easy one.

While the writers strike wages on and the powers that be drag their heels to give the writers the wages that they should be getting paid, it is not an easy ride for fans.

The Last of Us was already going to take a year at the minimum to get back to season 2 premiere. But with the writers strike in action those timelines have been pushed even further back.

Writer, Francesca Orsi of The Last of Us says that it looks like at the moment there could be a 2025 date in mind… and that is saying everything does work out.

 “We will have to assess what is the end of the ’24 schedule, what are the shows that are going to be delivered for 2025. At this point, those shows that I’m looking to air wouldn’t necessarily be ready if this strike lasts six to nine months. So yes, that’s a big question for us, but I think we’ll cross that road once we come to it.” Orsi said.

We are all at the mercy of the writers and the hands that need to feed them. So, the wait could get really long depending on the amount of greed that the folks in charge have.

What do you think about the long wait for a second season of The Last of Us? Let us know in the comments section.

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