“Lollipop Chainsaw” the Zombie Slayer gets dirty in reviews, videos, and Jessica Nigri Cosplay OHMY!
Stripper poles, profane head, killer pompoms, profane violence while ROTFLMOA- what’s not to love about “Lollipop Chainsaw”?
“Shadows of the Damned” was a big hit for Grasshopper last year— which I recommend to any horror movie fan — “Lollipop Chainsaw” takes up the reins in funny base humor and has you laughing all the way through the gore. The dialogue by Hollywood screenwriter James Gunn is particularly hilarious in the lines shouted by the undead as they perish.
My favorite way to slay in Lollipop Chainsaw: “I can’t get this Katy Perry song out of my head. What a way to die!”
Lollipop Chainsaw: E3 Gameplay Walkthrough (Xbox 360/PS3) by GhostRobo
Juliet Starling (voiced by Tara Strong in English and Eri Kitamura/Yōko Hikasa in Japanese) is the amped up perky star, while a student at San Romero High School and cheerleader by day, she also is a member of a family of zombie hunters. Her sweet little chain saw lets loose on some serious damage, but the best accessory Juliet wields — and the one that provides the humor — is the disembodied head of her lovepuppy Romeo, Nick. Roped around Juliet’s waist like a Hello Kitty purse and voiced with Shakespearean bravado’ by the smooth voiced Michael Rosenbaum (aka Lex Luthor to “Smallville” fans), Nick dishes up most of the vulgar quips, comments, and narratives while Juliet slays her way through her high school and quaint but infested hometown.
Nick’s head can be utilized in various ways. You can slap it on top of a headless zombie to start a minigame that opens new pathways – or cash in a “Nick ticket” to use him as a weapon.
Juliet’s hot loving highlights pompom attacks and, of course….her little friend- her chain saw. You earn medals as you play through the game, to be used to purchase items, stat upgrades and new combos. A NICE finishing move is Juliet spinning ‘round a stripper pole with decapitation precision on the attacking horde of Zombies. Yeah, that was sweet.
Juliet’s chain saw is upgraded in fun and new ways as you go along – putting it to good use in several sections breaking up the zombie battles. Wheat thresher would be a great weapon for ZOMBIES? YEPS, in the coming zombie apocalypse, it kicks zombie butt (or whats left of it).
Music loving players will get a treat in naming the bosses, who are designed around punk, heavy metal, folk, funk and rockabilly stereotypes. One stage contains a brilliant homage to the golden age of Pac-Man. The final boss will make you appreciate Elvis Presley in a whole new way…..
Behind the Lollipop Apocalypse – Lollipop Chainsaw’s Story
Suda51 and James Gunn take you behind the scenes, with a look at how the story came together for Lollipop Chainsaw. (Gamespot)
“PAX East 2012 gives the boot to Booth babes, CosPlayers and old magicians alike. One plus to the long lines, inflated prices, and swarms of sandaled gamers has always been the allure of the Boothbabes at conventions like Pax East. To get a “hug and mug” momento shot for the camera to save for a screensaver later was always a bonus to help the hurt when the credit cards bills started coming in.
PAX East 2012decided to cull some of the pleasure this past week and ask some of the more revealing exhibitors to change or pack it up. Clad in a long sleeved pink catsuit spokes-model Lollipop Chainsaw Jessica Nigri was asked to change as the plunging neckline of her CosPlay costume was being reported as offensive by the family con goers. Suda51 posted in his Twitter feed the pink horror.
She changed into her Juliet Starling clothing and was warned agin to change or leave, as PAX East 2012 still was miffed at the mad sexiness.”
FROM: Lollipop Chainsaw Cosplay rocks the good ship at PAX East 2012 by Dyann Callahan
Creative director, Goichi Suda weaves his magic again with Japanese developer Grasshopper Manufacture the superficial but wildly entertaining “Lollipop Chainsaw” (Warner Bros., for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99).
If you ever wanted to see “Bayonetta” as a quivering, peppy schoolgirl- you will absolutely love “Lollipop Chainsaw.”
Check out a life-size, hyperrealistic, fully controllable Juliet in this live-action video for Lollipop Chainsaw: Special Edition.