Showtime’s new gothic mash-up series might be 2014’s best new series.
Today in Blu-ray: Lego is awesome, Budapest is grand and The Monkey’s Paw is that same story you remember.
This thing has an action feature that, once seen, will never be unetched from your retinas.
Why Red Barrel’s first-person horror game Outlast is exactly the breath of fresh air the genre needs.
It does give me the clout to get an exclusive clip for y’all
Today on Blu: Jack Palance as Dracula, Stephen Chow’s Monkey King and lots of anime nudity.
Here’s the big problem with Cabin Fever as a franchise: when you make what is essentially a slasher movie in which the killer is a flesh-eating virus, there is no suspense.
It’s not in English, but it really doesn’t need to be, unless there’s some nuance in the dialogue that would explain why I’m watching a virtual remake.
You know what might really hit the spot? A good, creepy video game. Too bad video games cost money. Unless, that is, you play some of these amazing horror games that are totally free.
You wake up in an abandoned hospital/mental ward with only your cell phone to provide both light and company…at least until the ghosts arrive. Will you get out alive? Will you solve the mystery of the maze? Will you piss your pants while playing?