Saturday, August 20, 2011

I love my Cartoons, Especially When They Feature Zombies!

Hey Frightners!

So um yeah...its Saturday Morning and of course I am watching Cartoons..why aren't you!

Yes, yes I know and have heard it over and over "when are you going to grow up and stop watching cartoons?!" Fewy! Toys R Us said it best "I don't want to grow up", Cartoons are fun and hilarious and I will always love them especially when they feature Zombies!!!

One particular cartoon I have been watching recently is "Regular Show" By JG Quintel on Cartoon Network.  It's a pretty hilarious and random show about two 23-year old friends, a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby which are both employed as groundskeepers at a park which is run by their high-tempered boss Benson who just so happens to be a living gumball yeah haha!

Both Mordecai and Rigby often attempt to avoid the work they are given and enjoy themselves by doing the most random things however, they often have to pay for their irresponsible actions as they get into more trouble then they thought. The typical result is Mordecai and Rigby going through bizarre and surrealistic misadventures.

One such adventure which I just watched last night was called Grave Sights. In order to raise money that they need to do repairs on the house they stay in Mordecai and Rigby decide to hold a horror movie night in the old abandoned cemetery that is owned by the parks department they work for. Of course all hell breaks lose when they accidentally reanimate the living dead of the cemetery and need to stop them from eating all the movie watching guests who are oblivious to that fact that the zombies they are seeing are real (they think they are a part of the 3D zombie movie they are watching.)

Its a fun episode and for us halloween and zombie loving junkies out there it's a perfect watch! There is also a nod to Ash from the Living Dead movies. I've added the show below so have some fun this weekend and get your haunt on by watching the Regular Show.


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