With only a few weeks til Halloween, it’s prime horror movie season. What are some of your favorite horror movies, or ones that are good for sharing with your spooky friends?
If you just couldn’t get enough homicidal doll action in the widely-spaced first five Child’s Play movies, perhaps you’ll be sated with ‘Curse of Chucky’, the sixth movie in the franchise.
Pineapple Express director, David Gordon Green, is confirmed to be directing the remake of the classic Dario Argento horror film, Suspiria. Production begins in September. Casting is currently underway.
This game, which just started as a short experiment, is a randomly generated horror game, where no two play throughs are the same. The maps, textures and events are different every time you play. Basically, the game is walking down stairs while being scared to death, but it’s good fun.
‘Apogee of Fear’ is the first horror movie shot in space, but NASA isn’t sure if they want to release it
In 2008, British game developer Richard Garriott went to space as a space tourist, and with him, he brought a video camera to document his unique vacation. While he was on the International Space Station, he shot a short horror film called “Apogee of Fear” starring two American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut. Because fuck, he paid $30 mil to get there, why not?
Sometimes better than a scary movie is just a scary story, told by friends around a campfire with beers in hand. Today’s Halloween, so let’s talk about scary stories. What spooky stories did you love as a kid? You don’t have to tell the whole thing, though you’re free to.
October is the month of Halloween, is the month of horror movies. Horror movies on TV, horror movies in the theater, horror movies highlighted on movie streaming sites. Of all these vampires and beasts and mummies and zombies and whatnots, who are your favorite horror movie monsters or villains?
The first Child’s Play movie came out in 1988 and the last one came out in 2004 and during that entire span of time, there hasn’t been a single video game adaptation until now.