There are words that need to be hashed out: paraunity, parafamily, paramafia, paracommunity, parafamily, and any other “para” play-on-words one can think of. Anyone who joins the community is given the speech about coming together as a community and how they all need to stick together. As fine and dandy as that it is, it is doubtful that everyone really knows what they want with “paraunity.” This term is used to define a sense of family, togetherness, and unification towards a common cause. One can joke and say paraunity exists, but in reality it does not exist on a large scale. And it’s time that the paranormal community sits in the hot seat and goes on time out.
Body of Proof (ABC, 10pm) – NEW! A famous equestienne who ran a vocational program for prison inmates is murdered, and the prime suspect is a convicted felon and former drug addict. Meanwhile, Megan’s ex-husband is upset to learn that she took Lacey to a crime scene, but Megan becomes equally peeved when she finds out that Lacey is being dragged along on her father’s vacation with his new girlfriend. Guest starring Crystal Bowersox.
Enjoy a five course gourmet meal and a beautiful live show during your meal. There will be stories and history on local area haunts and a chance to ask those questions you have wanted to ask about the ghostly activity around the area.
Unlike Jennifer Lawrence’s film, both of Jessica Chastain’s films continue to steadily decline. Mama haunted fourth place with $6.6 million, while Zero Dark Thirty occupied fifth place with $5.2 million. Mama, while aggressively declining week after week, is still turning into a hit, becoming the first top horror film since 2011’s mysteries blog 3, and Zero Dark Thirty is now trailing behind Silver Linings Playbook with $77.7 million, and may end up with a gross south of $90 million.
2) Schindler’s List–The Game: A really, truly fantastic movie. But there’s no way you could turn it into a video game without going to Hell Capital H Paranormal blog online Hell the real one Even suggesting it probably isn’t a good idea. But, since I already did, I might as well elaborate.
This is, of course, not the first time a hugely popular film has been adapted to the video game format. Since the dawn of time (and by “the dawn of time,” I mean the mid-1980s, when home video game systems first became really popular), the worlds of celluloid and pixels have been thoroughly intertwined. And, since that intertwinement, every movie- and video game-buff worth their salt has compiled a list of movies that would make rad video games.
The only other new release of the week, TheThree Musketeers, probably the millionth adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ tale, took in just $8.8 million. A fact that’s not surprising considering the studio didn’t screen it for the nation’s movie critics, showing little confidence in it. The Ides of March came in fifth for the week with $4.9 million.