Welcome, Snarklings!
Today’s editorial is about movie clichés on the use of firearms that make me feel like choking someone.
Nail guns being used like machine guns. So lame!
In a society of gun users, there never seems to be any weapons around when the killer is approaching. Dumb!
Why do guns always seem to hold over fifty rounds of amino, and never need to be reloaded? Yeah, right.
And why does the gun always jam or stop working as soon as the killer/zombie/demon arrives? Eye-roll worthy.
And the worst offender, why do the characters toss aside their weapons when they run out of ammo? Why not hold on to it and look for some more bullets? Yeah, not too bright.
Peace, love, and horror flicks, 


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