1813: Coffin Rock – Chapter Two

Title: Coffin Rock: Retold
Author: PureNexus
Media: Movies
Topic: The Blair Witch Project/Alpha and Omega
Genre: Mystery and Horror
URL:  Chapter Two
Critiqued by Angie

Hello, hello! Welcome back to another edition of Coffin Rock: Untold. Last time, an OC named Aaron told Kate, Humphrey and Garth not to go to Idaho and to instead go to Maryland. That’s it. That’s the plot of chapter one.

Let’s dive into chapter two!

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1808: The Shadow Warriors – Chapter Three, Part Two

Title: The Shadow Warriors
Author: Shadow knight1121
Media: Comics
Topic: Justice League
Genre: Crime/Mystery
URL: Chapter 3
Critiqued by BatJamags (GoodJamags)

Shadow Kill count: 4

Hello once again, patrons! I’m your guest host, GoodJamags, and we’re back for more of the Shadow Warriors. Oh, and I’m still unperson-ing a guest guest host.

Let’s dive back in.

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1805: Maya and Raider – Chapter Two

Title: Maya and Raider
Author: EclipsePheniox
Media: Video Game
Topic: Borderlands
Genre: Adventure/Romance
URL: Chapter 2
Critiqued by Delta XIII

I already regret everything. Let’s just get this over with.

Oh, and as a side note, I’ll be counting the sins of each chapter separately and then tallying them up at the end, so the counter gets reset after each chapter. Though I will be starting the counter at 500 rather than zero, because A: I’m extremely petty, and B: this thing deserves every sin it can get.

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1804: Unknown Origins – Chapter One, Part Two

Title: Unknown Origins
Author: Cyberweasel89
Media: Video Games
Topic: Fallout: New Vegas
Genre: Adventure and Romance
URL: Chapter One
Critiqued by Angie
Rating: M

For swearing, nudity, sex, blood, and violence. Hey, it’s Vegas, baby.

And drugs and alcohol. Thanks Cyber.

Howdy, all! Welcome back to Unknown Origins. In case you forgot, last week we covered that someone doesn’t know what a final fuck you is, Angie doesn’t know the difference between Fallout and Vanilla Ice, and this fic covers such a wide variety of genres it’s shocking we haven’t crossed into the historical music category.

Without further ado, let’s continue on.

*record screech* Hold on a second.

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1802: The Shadow Warriors – Chapter Three

Title: The Shadow Warriors
Author: Shadow knight1121
Media: Comics
Topic: Justice League
Genre: Crime/Mystery
URL: Chapter Three
Critiqued by BatJamags (GoodJamags)

Shadow Kill count: 4

[NOTE: This riff used to have a guest riffer. She ended up being boring and not showing up again, so if any of this sounds like it was written as two-person dialogue, that’s why. I’ve tried to clean it all up, though.]

Hello once again, patrons! I’m your guest host, GoodJamags, and your usual guest host is still tied up in the basement-

Muffled Voice: Fuck you!

Anyway, last time on the Shadow Warriors, Edgelord, Generic Female Unit #1, and The Other Jason fought Two-Face, and killed him. Luckily, it turned out not to be Two-Face, but Clayface! So, they fought Clayface in an epic battle, the sheer scale and tension of which would make Dakari-King Mykan proud.

Then, the requisite Deus ex Machina came in the form of Sam Motherfuckin’ Jackson, who was all like “Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherfuckin’ supervillains in this motherfuckin’ town!” Then, he battled Clayface with his purple lightsaber, did the Pulp Fiction speech, and then recruited Edgelord, GFU1, and TOJ to the Avengers Initiative.

And got eaten by a raptor or something. While advertising the Capital One Venture Card. What’s in your wallet?

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1799: THE PRINCESS BRIDE: LADY IN WAITING – Chapter One, Part Two

Title: THE PRINCESS BRIDE: LADY IN WAITING
Author: GaGa4FrightNight
Media: Movie
Topic: The Princess Bride (Movie Version)
Genre: Romance/Humor
URL:Chapter One
Critiqued by Lyle

Hello, lovelies!  I’m back this week with the second half of TPB:LiW.  I heard last week went really well and I’m glad my guest found his way just fine.  I’ve heard he’s gotten quite the warm welcome from the Library.  Good job, everyone!

I’ll do a quick sum-up of the last installment since it’s been a few weeks, then we will get started.

A Sue named Fauna, who may actually be a conglomerate of floating body parts, met Humperdinck right after the credits rolled, flounced continually around the room, acted kind of like a bitch, and decided that, instead of untying the prince and earning his gratitude, she would tell him a “fairy tale,” which we all know is really her TWAJEK BAKSTURY!

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1798: Coffin Rock: Retold – Chapter One

Title: Coffin Rock: Retold
Author: PureNexus
Media: Movies
Topic: The Blair Witch Project/Alpha and Omega
Genre: Mystery and Horror
URL: Chapter One
Critiqued by Angie

Last week…last year, I reviewed a terrifyingly boring creepypasta about Dragon Tales. It seemed to do fine on the Library, so this got me to thinking…is there another bad creepypasta based off a children’s show that made a few adults want to gouge their eyes out?

Lucky for all of us, there is. And it is based on…*pause for effect, even though you’ve all already read the title card* Alpha and Omega. And it’s a creepypasta about…*pause for effect, even though you’ve all already read the title card* The Blair Witch Project. Why? Who knows. Is it scary? Who knows. Is this author on crack? Who knows.

Before I get to this fic, I figured I might as well explain the premises of each movie.

The Blair Witch Project follows three aspiring filmmakers who find out there’s a thing called the Blair Witch in a forest near a town that used to be called Blair, now known as Burkittsville. They figure it’s a good idea to go into these woods and make a documentary on this terrifying being that they know for a fact exists and have tortured people before, because that’s a thing people do. It is one of my very favorite movies, and it has been referred to by at least one person as one of the worst films of 1999. So. There’s that.

Alpha and Omega is about wolves.

So let’s dive into Castle Rock: Retold.

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