On June 16th of this year marks the third year anniversary of this heart pounding, spine tingling hide and seek game with a twist of blood, gore and occasional jump scares. https://youtu.be/JGhIXLO3ul8 Dead by daylight is a survival horror game developed by Behaviour Interactive which are famous for other exciting game titles such as Fall... Continue Reading →
Astrophysicist Marisa Stringfellow broke out of the observatory thinking she’d be able stop an alien entity on the rampage in the Antelope Valley desert. Lieutenant Pinkerton, meanwhile, thinks Stringfellow may be suffering from heatstroke. “How can you tell they’re aliens?” “Because right before they kill you,” Stringfellow replies, “they’ll start to TWITCH…” Written by Duane Swierczynski... Continue Reading →
The desert above Los Angeles is a harsh, unforgiving place. The heat does something to people’s brains — or so thinks Lieutenant Ron Pinkerton, who is investigating a series of shockingly violent crimes perpetrated by the most unlikely suspects. Meanwhile, just a few miles away, astrophysicists at the Mount Wilson Observatory are grappling with another... Continue Reading →
As the Cold War rose in the 1950's, military hero, Capt. George Kutter and his family trained to be legacy survivors in the event of an atomic exchange with the Soviet Union. Prepared to wait out the aftermath of nuclear war, they were subjected to numerous simulations, scenarios, and stresses in hopes of helping salvage... Continue Reading →
SLAUGHTERHOUSE Z by Hellbound Media UK is at 51% on Kickstarter Crowdfunding Platform with only 15 Days to go and needs more backers to become a reality. “Slaughterhouse Z Issue #1” is written by Matt Warner and A J Ballard (“Slaughterhouse Farm”), and features the stunning Artwork of Paul Johnson (“Razor Bastard”, “Death Truck”), with Lettering by Nikki... Continue Reading →
THE STORY Even after saving Boston from The Shifter, Caitlin is thrown out by her mother for working with Samuel and Granville. When she goes to Samuel for help, he takes her to the boarding house of an old friend in Philadelphia. There she discovers a ghost, the beginning of a rebellion, and perhaps her destiny.... Continue Reading →
Granville and Tesla are in a race for time to save Boston from a mysterious disease that turns human beings into machines. Granville returns home to Liberty Row only to find an almost insane Tesla hiding there. But his efforts to get rid of Tesla hit a snag when they discover that a virus is... Continue Reading →
My intentions with this review is to give zero spoilers, rather to share my experience watching this Michael Dougherty piece of film. Released today in Theaters and also available in 3D. Starring Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga (The Conjuring), Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) and many more. The crypto-zoological agency Monarch faces off against a battery... Continue Reading →
If you aren't caught up on Ghost Island, you might want to read Ghost Island #4. We start Issue #5 The Exorcism, by a flash back to young Josh. He arrived in the care of a foster shelter, and from there since his parents died, he has been able to talk and see dead people. Of... Continue Reading →
“Satanic Panic, a mass hysteria created in the nineteen-eighties, has returned to a small college town in the Midwest. Ritualistic murders and the presence of the occult have bled below the surface of the town in the form of icy accidents and other coincidences. And when three lifelong friends find themselves on the radar of a killer-and leader of a satanic cult-they must fight for what’s good without being seduced by the evil that possesses their campus.”
1349. The plague ravages the Kingdom of France. Amicia and her younger brother Hugo are pursued by the Inquisition through villages devastated by the disease. On their way, they will have to join forces with other children, and evade swarms of rats using fire and light. Aided only by the link that binds their fates together, they will face untold horrors in their struggle to survive.As their adventure begins… the time of innocence ends.
A Lovecraftian inspired horror noir story about the haunting ghosts from the past along with the ghosts from the forth coming future.
First off, this review was made before the interview with Seth Breedlove. It may seem I'm attacking the production a bit, but I'm simply adding suggestions to what could have made some sections better and or different. Than what has been mentioned before. Also keep in mind that this is my first introduction to Small... Continue Reading →
Into the Darkness Episode 1 starts off with a warning to those about to read the book. However Into the Darkness doesn't act like any normal comic series, instead it's more of a TV Show with 10 Episodes. As it begins, it's already a very cool art style with lettering that even go behind the... Continue Reading →