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Introducing Movie Executions!

Posted: September 1, 2014 in News
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Rejoice, horror heathens, a new feature is nigh upon you! Our very first video feature: Movie Executions! We here at Splatterjunkie.com have seen many movies and some of those movies were so bad that they deserve to die. I will not yet reveal to you the name of the first movie that will taste our street-justice, but basically, we will read off a list of charges against the movie and then provide you with video evidence that will prove the vileness of this movie’s crimes. After a guilty verdict is reached (heh, heh…sham trials are fun) the offending movie shall be executed right before your very eyes in a way most befitting the nature of its crimes.

So look for it soon!

We here at Splatterjunkie.com have a new, exciting feature that we are adding to the SplatStats: the Kill Graph! The Kill Graph will be taking the place of the Kill Count number, although the Kill Count is still going to be tabulated as before, it is now brought to you in graph form.

With the new graph form, not only will you get the total Kill Count, you also see exactly where in the movie the kills occur, how much time passes in between kills, the rate at which the kill frequency increases, and the total movie running time. The horizontal arm of the graph (x-axis) represents the running time of the movie in minutes and the vertical arm of the graph (y-axis) represents the cumulative amount of kills (meaning the running tally of kills). To determine what the total Kill Count is, simply look at the last point on the graph and follow the line back to the number on the y-axis. For example, if the last point is on line 12 of the y-axis, then that means that there were a total of 12 kills throughout the movie.

This feature will be included in our upcoming review of Leprechaun in the Hood (coming soon) and will be added to our existing review of Dead Alive.