Thursday, April 11, 2019

Horror Video Game Must Play: Resident Evil 4


Horror Video Game Must Play is a line of reviews showcasing the very best horror based/related/themed video games out on the market. All games are considered, so it doesn't really matter if the game is brand spanking new or old as shit. As long as it's enjoyable, the game of choice is considered a must play and should be in any horror fan's game collection. The review for each game is meant to elaborate upon all the details of the game (plot, audio, graphics, and game-play) to display why this is the game to invest in.

The greatest game of all time, often duplicated and never replicated, RE4 has been released on four console generations, with three different fantastic versions to play (Original GameCube, Wii Edition, and Ultimate HD Edition). It's a true video game's video game that hits all the spots, like getting a Tetris or understanding how to make arcade Donkey Kong your slave. Behold the iconic, defining masterpiece classic as we start with the best of the series of games that I've unofficially dubbed The Dead Strings Tetralogy.

The Horror Calendar 04/11/19: Dogs Again, But This Time They're Drunk

Today is National Alcohol Screening Day, National Cheese Fondue Day, National Pet Day (again with the animals....) and Submarine Day.
Today is the anniversary of Critters, Anaconda, The Toxic Avenger, House of 1,000 Corpses and Tales of Terror From Tokyo.
Today's birthdays include Jennifer Esposito, Anton LaVey and Gustav von Wangenheim.

Monday, April 8, 2019

The Horror Calendar 04/08/19 - Graveyard Feng Shui

Today is National Dog Fighting Awareness Day and also Dog Farting Awareness Day.
 It's also International Feng Shui Awareness Day and Zoo Lovers Day.
And Trading Cards For Grown-Ups Day.

Today is Kane Hodder's Birthday.

Today is the anniversary of Demon Seed, Bad Dreams, Leprechaun 2, Day of the Dead (2008).

For Zoo Lovers Day, I feel like any number of animal-based horror flicks could be considered thematic. The dog-related observances may make it tempting to focus on movies about killer dogs, but we recently celebrated a "cats & dogs day" with roughly equal attention going to both sides. To really drive home the zoo thing, this might be a perfect time to watch Zoombies. Produced by The Asylum, it's every bit as cheesy as the name suggests and then some. Being a zombie flick, it also seems like it could pair well with Day of the Dead as an undead double feature.

{Video} Internet History #3: Edge-ucation


Friday, April 5, 2019

{Video} Dead by Daylight: Payback's a Bitch (Sarcanis as The Nurse)

Lol, I felt the need to speed up the footage because I spent such a long time wandering around aimlessly without any clue about how to find these bastards.



Thursday, February 14, 2019

Horror Video Game Must Play: BioShock


Horror Video Game Must Play is a line of reviews showcasing the very best horror based/related/themed video games out on the market. All games are considered, so it doesn't really matter if the game is brand spanking new or old as shit. As long as it's enjoyable, the game of choice is considered a must play and should be in any horror fan's game collection. The review for each game is meant to elaborate upon all the details of the game (plot, audio, graphics, and game-play) to display why this is the game to invest in.

No one knows what happens behind closed doors. The things that take place unbeknownst can leave many wondering what is taking place behind that wall, the silence just as unnerving if not unsettling, and that could be one of the most horrifying things to realize. So looking at the sea one could consider that body of water to be a veil covering the face of terror. All that water, one gigantic door, muting the terror.To think that there might be a man who would one day build a city in that horror to get away from all the pressures of the world.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Horror Video Game Must Play: Dead By Daylight


Horror Video Game Must Play is a line of reviews showcasing the very best horror based/related/themed video games out on the market. All games are considered, so it doesn't really matter if the game is brand spanking new or old as shit. As long as it's enjoyable, the game of choice is considered a must play and should be in any horror fan's game collection. The review for each game is meant to elaborate upon all the details of the game (plot, audio, graphics, and game-play) to display why this is the game to invest in.

 If there was just one moment to capture from a slasher flick to be made into a video game it would be the part where the killer is on the hunt and victims are trying to figure out how to get out of their desperate situation, Perhaps someone might have to sacrifice their self to grant survival for the rest, maybe teamwork is done in such away that nobody has to die. Maybe play as a killer in this situation where you can use the tools that are given to them by any means. Dead by Daylight is a game that captures that moment with it's unique simple fun.

Monday, January 21, 2019

The Horror of World Reset Events

  An interesting hypothesis that fictional writer Stephen King, manga artist Hirohiko Araki, and publishing houses Marvel and DC bring forth in their stories is the notion of multiverse. The idea of vast worlds already coexisting in one universe while many universes are on their own plain of existence. People living out their lives differently yet similarly compared to their many versions of themselves (whether the denizens are aware of this or not) living out their lives in potential infinite ways.

  Even more interesting; the idea is shared between these story tellers is that there exist a key universe, with key people who face a menace (for whatever reason they have reason why to do this) who has purpose to change the fabric of all realities for the worst. I would like to shine light on these antagonist and the horror they bring forth with their actions.