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9 definitions by ZimMan2

 
1.
Zombie Goasts are pests who reside in old houses to feed on the flesh of humens, but not rly becuz they are zombie goasts and they cant touch nothin' but they eat you anyway, HAHA!
Zombie Goasts, leave this place!
by ZimMan2 January 07, 2010
 
2.
Alan Moore is one of the greatest literary geniuses of all time. Where Mark Twain pioneered the American novel, Willaim Shakespere the tragic play, and Edgar Alan Poe the gothic horror story, Alan Moore has pioneered graphic novels. Creating such accalimed works as Watchmen, V for Vendetta, From Hell, and The Leauge of Extraordinary Gentelmen. He has also made his mark on classic characters with Batman: The Killing Joke, his run on Swamp Thing and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tommorow.

However, as a person, he is completely Batshit Insane. He despises all adaptations of his works, regardless of weather they're good or if he even watches them, mostly due to the fact that he has a raging rage-on for Hollywood, yet still watches and enjoys mainstream TV. WTF? He also says stuff to interviewers and cameras that no logicl person would say. To attempt and repeat them here would be to make my brain explode.

He is often found in British pubs, where he corrects people who confuse Man-Thing with Swamp Thing and throws down with Victorian playwrights. He often uses any means necessary to win these fights. Be those means his bare fists, the nife he keeps in his beard, broken bottles/mugs, or his powerful Magicks. Seriously, do not fuck with this guy.
"What a scene, we've got two Hollywood directors shot in the nuts, a Watchmen movie fanboy hung from the rafters, and five playwrights with thier heads chopped off."

"Yep, Alan Moore was here, alright."
by ZimMan2 January 07, 2010
 
3.
A series of films created by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, starring Pegg and Nick Frost in the lead roles. Each film takes a specific film genre and makes and effort to Pilgrimize it. The first two installments, "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz," Pilgrimize zombie movies and buddy cop/action movies, respectively. The currently in-production third film, "The World's End" is supposed to apply the Pilgrimization technique to sci-fi films.

The name is derived from the fact the each film, in addition to featuring copious amounts of blood, features of different flavour of Cornetto ice cream. Red Strawberry for "Shaun of the Dead," Blue Classico for "Hot Fuzz," and Mint-Green Chocolate Chip for the upcoming "The World's End" (tennative).

Also known as the Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy.
Dude, I cannot wait for the last installment of the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, it's gonna be awesome.
by ZimMan2 December 11, 2010
 
4.
A series of films created by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, starring Pegg and Nick Frost in the lead roles. Each film takes a specific film genre and makes and effort to Pilgrimize it. The first two installments, "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz," Pilgrimize zombie movies and buddy cop/action movies, respectively. The currently in-production third film, "The World's End" is supposed to apply the Pilgrimization technique to sci-fi films.

The name is derived from the fact the each film, in addition to featuring copious amounts of blood, features of different flavour of Cornetto ice cream. Red Strawberry for "Shaun of the Dead," Blue Classico for "Hot Fuzz," and Mint-Green Chocolate Chip for the upcoming "The World's End" (tennative).

Also known as the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy.
As an expert on all things lulzy, I declare Edgar Wright's Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy to be the most effective attempt at genre satire to date.
by ZimMan2 December 11, 2010
 
5.
"Whatever Happened to the Man of Tommorow?" is what "The Death of Superman" SHOULD have been. A gripping tale that doesn't just kill off Superman, but completes his story, puts and end to the mythology. It isn't just a marketing ploy, it's a grand finale to a great American legend. But it was written by Alan Moore, so what do you expect?
How to be a Good-Boy comic nerd.

Step 1: Get out of bed, and put on your coolest superhero T-Shirt.

Step 2: Go down to your local comic shop.

Step 3: Find a copy of the "Death of Superman" story from the 90's in trade. Place it on a shelf in plain view of the entire store.

Step 4: Face the trade, and promptly give it double birds as you shout "FUCK YOU!!!!" at the top of your lungs.

Step 5: Place trade where you found it.

Step 6: But a copy of "DC Universe: Tales of Alan Moore" containing "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tommorow?"
by ZimMan2 January 09, 2010
 
6.
(Verb) To apply a style that is very reflective of post-modern self-awareness in pop culture. Often employing heavy satirical humor and subtle reference to other works. A technique perfected by Edgar Wright in the first two installments of his "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" ("Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz") with its name taken from his "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World."
In twenty years, film historians will still be debating weather or not "Kick-Ass" successfully Pilgrimized superhero films.

There is no denying that "Hot Fuzz" Pilgrimizes action movies in a nigh flawless manner.
by ZimMan2 December 11, 2010
 
7.
The sexual act of inserting a maple-syrup-filled Stanley Cup into a woman's anus while the man wears moose antlers on his crotch which he uses to pleasure the womans vagina. All while singing Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie's "The War of 1812"
I've done Canada's History so much, I get an erection whenever I hear "The War of 1812."
by ZimMan2 February 05, 2010