Chicken Assassin: Reloaded

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Chicken Assassin is a fast paced action-RPG with an outrageous storyline filled with over-the-top humor that boasts a myriad of colorful enemies and visually stunning levels and environments. Prepare to give your hand an intense workout as you battle a slew of eclectic adversaries and encounter special bosses in this frenetically action packed game! You play as Mean Mcallister, the living embodiment of what would happen if you combined Rambo, Foghorn Leghorn, a bottle of hot sauce, and a case of energy drinks together.
Features: 11 Epic Missions – Punch, slash, and shoot with Mean Mcallister through glorious missions, including a new mission with an epic barbarian tribe – “The First Siege!” Endless Mode – Survive an onslaught of the most difficult enemies in a brand new game mode that will test your endurance…you may want to use the bathroom before attempting Over 450+ unique items – Who doesn’t like loot? Visually stunning environments and gorgeous art filled with hidden characters and easter eggs – Our stuff belongs in a museum Boss Raids – Feel like a challenge? Take on special bosses along the mission path for special loot. Only the fastest button-mashers should apply! Deep Customization – Mix and match different clothing and weaponry loadouts to boost and customize Mean Mcallister’s stats and overall look Rooster Tales – Achievement system that rewards you with moola…so that you can buy more stuff Black Market – It’s always good to know a guy, who knows a guy, who can get you what you need for the right price 7 or later; 2.0 GHz Processor; 4 GB RAM; GeForce 700 Series or later; 600 MB available space Publisher:

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Best Horror TV Shows on Netflix Right Now (October 2018)

Please note: This list pertains to U.S. Netflix subscribers. Some titles may not currently be available on international platforms. Best Horror TV Shows on Netflix Right Now American Horror Story
Murder House. Asylum. Coven. Freak Show. Hotel. Roanoke. Every season of American Horror Story takes place in another corner of America, with a new series of horrors, and most of them are varying degrees of great. The show has a grand guignol sensibility that’s outlandish and entertaining, but it still manages to be genuinely scary once in a while. And watching the same actors play completely different roles in various different seasons gives American Horror Story a strange and fascinating continuity unlike any other horror show on television. Ash vs Evil Dead
The adventures of Ash began in the Evil Dead cult hit horror trilogy, and for decades it seemed as though his Deadite-killing days were over. But this STARZ series brought back Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi in a show that continued the mythology and the wild humor that everyone loved from the original, classic films (until it was axed after Season 3, anyway). Ashy Slashy forever! Bates Motel
The prequel to the classic, iconic horror movie Psycho tells the story of a young Norman Bates and his weirdly manipulative mother, who we all know are eventually doomed to live a life of tragedy and murder. But getting there is a lot of creepy fun, with eerie foreshadowing, icky subtext, and admittedly some unnecessary subplots about drug trafficking. Devilman Crybaby
Masaaki Yuasa’s update of the classic Devilman manga is one of the most twisted and violent shows around. It’s the story of a young, sensitive teenager who becomes infected with a homicidal demon that uses its powers to destroy other demons. But this isn’t a “monster of the week” series. Devilman Crybaby eventually transforms into something completely harrowing, and unlike anything else you’re likely to find on Netflix. Dexter
Michael C. Hall plays Dexter, a serial killer who kills other killers. So that makes him… okay? This subversive Showtime series treats homicidal mania like some kind of superpower, with a protagonist who has a secret identity he can never, ever reveal. The later seasons lose steam, but when Dexter was great, it was one of the best shows on television. Goosebumps
Kids like horror too! In this adaptation of the classic R.L. Stine book series, every episode tells a new story of monstrousness without ever becoming actual nightmare fuel. Whether you’re feeling nostalgic or trying to introduce your kids to the horror genre, the Goosebumps TV series is a safe, fun, but still kinda spooky treat. iZombie
Just when you thought everything had been done with the zombie genre, and the procedural genre, here comes iZombie, a sharply written series about a medical examiner who happens to be undead. She can only survive by eating brains, and when she eats them, she can remember things about the corpse, which helps her solve one crime after another in this morbidly funny twist on some beloved television tropes. Mindhunter
Depending on your definition of horror Mindhunter might not technically qualify, but it’s certainly horror-adjacent. This exceptional series tells the true story of how the FBI evolved to get into the minds of serial killers, and all of the obstacles that had to be overcome to convince law enforcement officials that there were other ways of investigating and tracking murderers. It’s dark, it’s intriguing, and with four episodes directed by David Fincher, it fits right into the mold of Se7en and Zodiac. Penny Dreadful
All of the gothic literary horror characters who emerged in the late 1800s were real, and lived at the same time. That’s the premise of the captivating and stylish series Penny Dreadful, which combines serious period piece drama with modern fantasy world-building. It may be a bit slow at times, but it’ll suck you right in. The Real Ghostbusters
One more for the kids! Ghostbusters was a hit movie, and the television series was – for a while, at least – pretty darned great too. The characters were strong, and the monsters and storylines were clever. If you’re wistful for the 1980s or, again, looking to show a young kid something horror-related that won’t scare them much, The Real Ghostbusters is definitely the right choice. At least until the show became all about Slimer and immediately started to stink. Stranger Things
The pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things is a show that wears a lot of hats, sometimes evoking Spielbergian levels of nostalgia and wonder, and sometimes Stephen King-like moments of unbridled terror. It’s a blend that works well for Stranger Things, and helps it stand out amongst a sea of other 1980s-inspired movies and TV shows. If you haven’t watched it already, it’s time you started. Supernatural
The impossibly long-running horror-adventure series Supernatural has two of the most likable stars in the horror TV genre, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, who play monster-hunting brothers who travel the country fighting beasties and solving urban legends. The first five seasons are pretty spectacular, and although it couldn’t quite stay brilliant afterwards, there’s a reason it’s heading into its 14th season. Give it a watch and you’ll see why. The Walking Dead
The zombies took over the Earth. Now what? The hit zombie drama The Walking Dead just keeps going, and it still finds new ways to shock its audience, long after you’d imagine they’d run out of ideas. At its best, The Walking Dead is one of the best horror shows in TV history. At its worst, it’s still worth watching to get to the next good part. Wynonna Earp
The horror TV show that’s stealthily built up a dedicated cult following, Wynonna Earp, tells the story of Wyatt Earp’s descendent, who now protects the town of Purgatory from demons alongside an immortal Doc Holliday. It’s probably the most butt-kicking supernatural action show on television. You’re going to want to see what all the fuss is about.
So there you have it: what to watch on Netflix right now in the world of horror TV shows. Check back here each month for new titles as Netflix adds them!
Note: This article is frequently amended to remove shows no longer on Netflix, and to include more horror TV series that are now available on the service. Best of Netflix Right Now

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100. Turnin’ Me On – Blake Shelton

11 Songs, 38 Minutes Released: Nov 3, 2017 ℗ 2017 Ten Point Productions, Inc. under exclusive license to Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S. Also Available in iTunes About Blake Shelton Blake Shelton may have been an unlikely candidate for superstardom but that’s hardly due to a lack of charisma. Shelton possessed a warm, masculine ease that lent his rowdier numbers a sense of sly humor but this relaxed touch also made him an effective crooner of ballads, the ace in the hole that helped him cross over from country to the mainstream in the 2010s. His transition to being a household name certainly was assisted by his starring role as a judge on NBC’s hit musical competition The Voice, but by that point Shelton had racked up plenty of number one country hits, beginning with his 2001 debut “Austin” and running through “Some Beach,””Home,””Doin’ What She Likes,””She Wouldn’t Be Gone,””Hillbilly Bone,””All About Tonight,” and “Honey Bee,” the 2011 single that went triple platinum around the time The Voice hit the airwaves. Over the next few years, Shelton was at the apex of his stardom, appearing regularly on The Voice, earning headlines through his marriage to fellow country singer Miranda Lambert, and staying in the Top Ten with the singles “Sure Be Cool If You Did,””Boys Round Here,” and “Neon Light,” hits that proved he was one of the biggest country stars of the 21st century.A native of Ada, Oklahoma, Blake Shelton picked up the guitar in his early adolescence and started writing songs not long afterward. Bitten by the musical bug, he started working the local bar circuit, earning a large enough following to win the Denbo Diamond Award, a prize given to young Oklahoma entertainers. He left his home state for Nashville just two weeks after his high-school graduation in 1994, peddling his songs to Music City publishing houses, including Warner/Chappell Music, Jerry Crutchfield Music, and Naomi Martin Music. Bobby Braddock, the legendary songwriter behind George Jones'”He Stopped Loving Her Today,” discovered Shelton in the late ’90s and brought the singer to the attention of Giant Records in 2001. Braddock wrote “I Want to Talk About Me” with the intention of making the rap-influenced number Shelton’s first single but Giant rejected the notion (it was recorded instead by Toby Keith, who turned it into a country number one). What came instead was “Austin,” a single that outlasted its record company. Giant shuttered not long after the release of “Austin” and Warner took over Shelton’s contract, keeping the single in print and helping it reach number one on the country charts. Spending five weeks at the top of the charts, the single — along with its follow-ups “All Over Me” and “Ol’ Red,” which reached 18 and 14, respectively — helped his eponymous 2001 full-length debut reach three on the Billboard country charts; it would also earn a platinum certification. The Dreamer, his sophomore set, appeared in February 2003 and although its lead single “The Baby” was a hit, spending three weeks at the top of the Billboard country charts, the album was something of a commercial underperformer, with neither “Heavy Liftin'” nor “Playboys of the Southwestern World” cracking the Top 20. “When Somebody Knows You That Well,” the first single from 2004’s Blake Shelton’s Barn & Grill, didn’t reverse this downward trajectory as it reached a peak position of 37, but the next single, “Some Beach,” was his biggest since “Austin,” spending four weeks at number one and becoming a 21st century standard. Blake Shelton’s Barn & Grill spawned two other Top Ten hits — “Goodbye Time” and “Nobody But Me,” which made it to four — and he kept the momentum going on 2007’s Pure BS, which featured “Don’t Make Me,””The More I Drink,” and the number one single “Home.” Pure BS also featured a cameo from Miranda Lambert, a runner-up on Nashville Star who had started dating Shelton. Over the next few years, their relationship strengthened — they appeared on each other’s records and married in 2011 — and this romance helped elevate the profile of both singers. Shelton’s 2008 Startin’ Fires boasted two big hits — the number one “She Wouldn’t Be Gone” and Top Ten “I”ll Just Hold On” — but the album was his first record not to be certified gold. This proved to be a minor bump in the road for Shelton. In 2010, he released a pair of successful EPs (Hillbilly Bone, All About Tonight) along with the hits collection Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton (which contained the title tracks from the two EPs), and then in 2011 his breakthrough into the mainstream arrived via the NBC televised singing competition The Voice. As one of four celebrity coaches — he was paired with Adam Levine of Maroon 5, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo Green, each representing a different style of music — Shelton became a household name and he soon had record sales to match. Red River Blue, his summer 2011 album, was his first to reach number one on the Top 200 (it also topped the country charts) and that was on the strength of four hit singles: “Honey Bee” and “God Gave Me You,” both certified triple platinum; and “Drink on It” and “Over,” which topped out at platinum. After a pit stop for a holiday album in 2012 (Cheers, It’s Christmas, which featured appearances by Lambert, her band Pistol Annies, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire, and Michael Bublé), Shelton’s streak intensified in 2013 with Based on a True Story…, his biggest-selling album to date. Anchored by the hits “Sure Be Cool If You Did,””Boys Round Here,””Mine Would Be You,””Doin’ What She Likes,” and “My Eyes,” Based on a True Story sold over 1.4 million copies and generated hits into 2014, which is when he delivered Bringing Back the Sunshine. Another hit right out of the box — debuting at number one on Billboard’s Top 200 — it had the hit singles “Neon Light,” the Ashley Monroe duet “Lonely Tonight,” and “Sangria.” As his career rolled on, Shelton experienced personal loss when he and Lambert announced their divorce in the summer of 2015. Shelton released a second hits collection named Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits in October of 2015; it was accompanied by a new single called “Gonna.””Came Here to Forget,” the first single from Shelton’s tenth studio album, appeared in March 2016, followed quickly by “Savior’s Shadow” in April. The full-length album If I’m Honest appeared that May. A year later, in September 2017, Shelton returned with the single “I’ll Name the Dogs,” which was the first single from his November album Texoma Shore. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine HOMETOWN

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