The Return Of The Original Karate Kid

Finally, after three decades we see the return of the original 1984 Karate Kid motion picture in a half hour drama comedy on Youtube Red. The web series is called Cobra Kai and it will follow the lives of Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka).  Apparently, Johnny decides to re-open the Cobra Kai dojo in defiance of Daniel. In turn, the old competitive rivalry between the two is reignited. Hopefully, Mr.Miyagi finally taught Daniel all his karate secrets before he died. I felt like he held back the good stuff. Especially considering how Mike Barnes really toyed with him in Karate Kid Part III. You can watch the Cobra Kai series here once it is released. So far the date has not been revealed.

The Karate Kid Part Four I Imagined Years Ago
I was always hoping they would have an action-packed part 4. The Next Karate Kid doesn’t count. Something like Chozen from Karate Kid II returns for revenge after being imprisoned in Japan for his various murder attempts. Chozen becomes a member of the Yakuza and sets up a criminal syndicate in Daniels California community. Miyagi, Daniel, and Johnny, who I saw as being a lawyer, team up to clean up the neighborhood. Daniel was running the old bonsai shop along with his own karate studio next door. Perhaps Mike Barnes enters the fray for his own payback. I found it hard to believe that Terry Silver, Sensei Kreese, and Barnes just walked away quietly after their miserable Part III failure. Certainly, the return of Chozen or Mike Barnes would be a compelling idea for a season 2 of Cobra Kai.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch the fine line of Karate Kid films then now is the time before Cobra Kai airs on Youtube Red. I’d say the nostalgic excitement of this series should compel you to subscribe to Youtube Red! At the time of posting this article, they are offering a free month trial membership!

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The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon Deals With A New Breed Of Zombie

The good folks down at The Walking Dead travel to an area where the Walkers have been infected with high tech government nanobots that draw them to integrate with various technologies they come across. Daryl Dixon meets a unique zombie horde in a parking garage full of hoverboards. These zombies ride them about in their usual mindless walking dead state. In the end Daryl gets the better of these odd Walkers. Years later Daryl faces new challenges as flying jet pack Walkers begin to plague the survivors of the zombie apocalypse!

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Is Chucky The Child’s Play Doll Real?

Yes, indeed the criminally possessed Chucky Doll from the Child’s Play Movies is based on a true supernatural story! The horror franchise follows the sordid saga of the serial killer Charles Lee Ray. A terrifying individual who was forced to transfer his consciousness, via Voodoo ritual, to a so-called Good Guy Doll for the purposes of alluding authorities. Possessed objects are nothing new in the world of the paranormal. Although they usually have the trapped spirit of a demon or some other higher dimensional entity. Only in rare cases do we see human souls or ghosts possess inanimate objects. Most of these unusual cases involve the vengeful curses and spells of dark magical practitioners.

Spiritual Transfer Via Voodoo Ritual
The ultimate secret inspiration for Child’s Play came from a metaphysical incident in 1954. Within a small town in Louisiana, an escaped murderous convict named Leroy Manning came to his grandmother for help.  She was a Voodoo witch doctor living in a small bayou shack.  The authorities were outside with guns drawn, and ferocious dogs growling.  His grandmother attempted a consciousness transference ritual to a large antique doll she acquired as a child.  There was no other escape left for him so they had nothing to lose! Her hope was to transfer him to the doll so his body would appear dead to the authorities. Then once the supposed corpse was released back to her she would take his spirit from the doll, and embed it back into her grandson.

Mid ritual the authorities came in guns blazing killing Leroy, and his Grandmother who was standing too close to him.  Leroy had panicked, and pointed a gun at police!  His death amid the half-finished Voodoo ceremony triggered the immediate transfer of his consciousness to the doll permanently!  A police officer took the unusual looking doll home for his kids after it was released from evidence. That’s when the supernatural serial killing nightmare began.  The entire family met their maker with horrifying swiftness!

Various unexplained sporadic murders have taken place from then up to present day across North America.  One even in Europe when the doll ended up in a shipping crate on a freighter. Each time someone remembers seeing the murder victims in possession of the doll described as deeply disturbing in appearance.  Various practitioners of magic have also reported being visited by the Leroy Doll as he sought to transfer his spirit to a human body. Unfortunately for him, his original body was cremated by the State when nobody claimed his corpse. Most were unwilling, or unable to comply.  Those who attempted the transference failed and ended up killing the host body!  This host body had to either be his own corpse or a live subject. If successful the host’s spirit would be relegated to the subconscious trapped in their own mind, and body with Leroy in the driver’s seat! In the end, it was apparent the original transference was botched and made into a permanent state for Leroy.

Leroy DollDespite the tragic seriousness of this paranormal menace, there is a humorous side to it.  The doll in question he’s stuck in is a creepy looking female doll wearing a dress.  It’s similar to the one pictured to the left.  Imagine that doll walking out of the shadows with that terrifying look on its face!  Naturally the good folks down at the Child’s Play films altered this true story for the cinema, and made him into a mainstream Chucky doll. The model for Chucky was actually a My Buddy Doll. A doll marketed toward boys made by the Hasbro toy company in the 1980’s. There is some evidence shielded by The Vatican that one such doll may have been possessed by a demon in the late 1980’s. Apparently, it was disintegrated in holy fire!

Various real supernatural incidents are made into movies to inform the public under the guise of fiction so as not to alarm them.  At the least to give them the idea that a doll could be possessed if strange things start happening in their life!  If there’s any hint of a doll moving, or odd occurrences begin when it arrives in your life, then don’t hesitate to trash it! If it re-appears this is a very serious possessed object then you should consult a paranormal professional.  Most likely they will douse the doll in holy oil, and burn it to unholy ashes! Complete destruction is the only way to know for sure the nightmare is over. However, there is always that lingering chance of a dark spirit surviving to possesses another!

Terrifying Talking Child’s Play Chucky Doll

The Chucky Doll in the video above is 24 inches tall, features a moving head & mouth, stabbing arm action complete with plastic knife, and it says several threatening phrases.  Certainly, this animated creep of a doll would compliment any, and all Halloween festivities along with being quite a year-round conversation piece!  Get Your Very Own Talking Moving Chucky Doll Of Terror!
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A Woman Spots Slenderman

A woman goes for a leisurely drive in the woods. Suddenly she spots something and comments on how beautiful it is. Upon further video analysis it appears to be Slenderman! Could she be a Slenderman Cult member or possibly a proxy under his control?

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