Friday the 13th The Game Image Parody

Matched Jason Voorhees’ main pose and shopped it into the scene for laughs. Getting hyped for this game!



Played around with the main image from the upcoming Friday the 13th The Game. Matched Jason Voorhees’ main pose with my Jason IV costume and shopped it into the scene for laughs. Getting hyped for this game!




METAL GEAR SOLID V
How to Get Quiet Back

Easy how-to guide to get Quiet back in MGSV.





Recently I had an itch to pop in one of my favorite games from last year, Metal Gear Solid V, after quitting it cold turkey months (and months) ago after Quiet’s exit and realizing the game had no proper ending. Ironically, I stopped playing right around the time Konami released an update that enables you to put Quiet back in the game. Though this comes as old news to most Solid fans, if you’re like me and just recently discovered this little easter egg you might be looking for an easy step-by-step to get our favorite jiggly-boobed sniper back in the fight.




Rampage Godzilla ’54 Style

Old school Rampage set to the theme of old school GODZILLA!





I was trying out my new Logitech gamepad earlier and Rampage was the game I chose for a test run. While wreaking havoc with my favorite character, Lizzie, I couldn’t help but think of another giant lizard who goes by the name of Godzilla (Gojira). Afterall, it’s pretty obvious Lizzie IS Big G, or at least was the direct source of inspiration. I used to spend handfuls of change on this game at the arcade back in the 80’s and would pretend I was controlling Godzilla while smashing town after town. Remembering those days, I thought it’d be funny to take that mental visual to another level and insert some classic Godzilla sounds and music from the 1954 original into the gameplay.




Kung Fu NES Game Play With Commentary

The truth may surprise you. Check out the latest playthrough with commentary as we get to the core of this martial arts classic.





Do you know the stories surrounding the NES game, Kung Fu? The truth may surprise you. Check out the latest playthrough with commentary as we get to the core of this martial arts classic.








The Jim Cornette Experience

One could easily understand the apprehension a fan might feel as they cautiously approach Jim’s table at a convention. My wife wasn’t shy about letting me know she was flat out terrified to talk to him.



Finally! I’d been waiting to meet Mr. Cornette for years. Watching his legendary pro wrestling character for nearly two decades and being delighted by his equally enthralling shoot interviews in recent years, the fanboy in me was dying to come off the leash and thank James E. personally for a lifetime of fond memories. I stopped by Fandom Fest in my hometown of Louisville, KY and finally got the chance to do just that. The experience was outstanding.

It’s no secret to many that Jim Cornette is quite a polarizing figure in not only the wrestling business, but in real life as well. He is a strongly opinionated man who admittedly has some anger issues. Sometimes severe. For many fans, these are merely reasons why we love the guy and consistently tune into his podcast, appropriately titled, The Jim Cornette Experience, and seek out countless shoot videos on YouTube featuring him in full tirade. From the infamous Dairy Queen incident to his long-running feud with former colleague Vince Russo, fans of Mr. Cornette have access to a ton of piss n’ vinegar featuring their favorite loose cannon.

With this in mind, one could easily understand the apprehension a fan might feel as they cautiously approach Jim’s table at a convention. My wife wasn’t shy about letting me know she was flat out terrified to talk to him after some of the videos she’s watched with me. She didn’t want to even flirt with the possibility of engaging him and risk ruining my moment. I was a bit cautious in my own right, but also, I had a feeling things weren’t gonna be nearly as combustible as a lot of his videos and podcasts would indicate. I’ve seen Jim interact with fans before and for someone who isn’t necessarily a people person, he handles himself quite well in the presence of like-minded company. Turns out, I was absolutely right.

I walked up to Jim and introduced myself, extending my hand. Mr. Cornette was all smiles and super friendly. Despite being caught up in a rare star-struck moment, I held myself together and spoke calmly in my usual laid back demeanor. I thanked Jim for years of entertainment and fond memories, both old and new. He was very appreciative and sincere. Very outgoing with a desire to accommodate an eager fan with questions and a need to express himself. We conversed about things ranging from wrestling to our favorite burger joints. The whole time Jim was friendly and welcoming, and I never once felt rushed. He was happy to pose with me for a couple pics. One outside my Jason costume, and one in it. He even did a kill shot!


He was also generous enough to record a bumper for my website which is in rotation at the top of the page. Refresh and look for A ‘Corny’ Welcome Message!

I’ll share the raw audio with you, which is just as memorable as the edited cut….

(F-bomb warning)



Freakin’ awesome.

Throughout my many convention visits I’ve met tons of celebrities comprised of people I admire and idolize. I’ve had experiences that were good, not so great, and a few rare ones that were fantastic. Meeting Jim Cornette easily ranks in my top 3 all-time moments. He was absolutely awesome. He went above and beyond to ensure I walked away happy. My wife was shocked at how friendly and nice he was. She said to me “He’s such a sweet guy. How does he go so crazy on people?” I replied “He only does that to people who are stupid enough to piss him off.”

Thanks again, Jim! You completely exceeded my expectations and I’m happy to call myself a fan.





Site Revamp!

Welcome to the newly updated lordkayoss.com! After 6 years the site finally out-grew the old theme and changes needed to be made.




Welcome to the newly updated lordkayoss.com! After 6 years the site finally out-grew the old theme and changes needed to be made. You may notice some tweaks in the near future as the new look continues to take shape. Hope you enjoy your visit!