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This month we’re looking into the Halloween Special crystal ball! I’m talking about shows that are green lit for this October, and the ones that never even made it off the ground. Plus Gutter Magic creator Richard Douek is on talking about the continuation of his series and how you can help. I call out the term “post Horror” that has been getting thrown around lately and top spooks streaming right to your television this month!
We are half way to Halloween and May is the perfect month to drop some major releases on you all! Twin Peaks is coming back to television and I could not be more excited, Friday the 13th: The Game will soon take up all my free time, reviews of Get Out and RAW, great horror comic artist discussion and all the horror surfer rock n’ roll you can shake a half eaten; bloody surfboard at!
The best Halloween show on the net is back for a new year of terror! This month I’m taking a look back at Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s GRINDHOUSE! I also have news on Michael Dougherty’s involvement with the new Godzilla film, a look at CBS’s new Twilight Zone bluray set, Phantasm films to giveaway and more! Time to come out from under the bed.
Keenan’s back with some more horror gameplay! From questionable clothing choices to revenge as the killer, this video is a creepy catwalk catastrophe!
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Capcom is expecting Resident Evil 7 to sell big in the first quarter of 2017. So big in fact that they have a good feeling it will surpass Resident Evil 5’s record breaking sales of 6.5 million units, which surpassed the 6.3 million units sold by 1992’s Street Fighter II.
Now we all know the main reason RE5 sold so well was because it was coming hot off the heels of Resident Evil 4, which was the first RE game to really change up the classic Resident Evil gameplay dynamic.
Either way, Resident Evil 7 looks to be doing the same. Especially with what we have seen from the Kitchen demo and other demos played on show floors this past year. Including this being the first Resident Evil game that you can play entirely in VR.
The crypt door creeks open and out walks THE HORROR GUY!
It’s 2016 and Halloween has come once again. This year, I have loads in store for you all including horror movie news, scary Halloween movie reviews, fall beer reviews, a look at horror on television, haunted vintage music and spooky commercials. The bloody list goes on and on… Happy Halloween listeners!
I think a handful of us saw this coming. But today it has been officilly confirmed!
During the Gears of War Live broadcast, The Coalition Studio Head Rod Fergusson announced that Universal Pictures has optioned motion picture rights to Microsoft Studios’ iconic “Gears of War” franchise, based on the Xbox video game series.
Ah, DragonCon. It is a mythical place of joy and wonder. It could be eight months away and friends on social media are still talking about working on costumes, booking hotels, getting panels together, etc. It is like a week long Halloween celebration of all fandoms and all walks of life. This is why DragonCon is probably the most fun convention you will ever attend.
It had been a while since I attended my last D*con (2012 to be exact). But I was a regular ever since 2005. Conventions are tricky that way. We’d love to attend them all, but life rears its ugly head from time to time. This year a friend of mine was going back for his second year. I had never been to the show with him and felt it was about that time to take the trip up from Orlando to make my triumphant return.
What’s a slasher game without 80’s influences? Any hardcore horror fan knows that the best decade for the slasher genre was the 80’s. Well apparently Interactive is on the gory crime scene!
Interactive today released the 2nd update for Dead by Daylight, titled “The 80’s Pack” on digital distribution platform Steam. Our five dear victi… friends, have decided that if they were to be savagely murdered, they might as well do it with style! Dress your favorite survivor with iconic pieces of fashion from the 80’s in this cosmetic pack.
“Our five dear victi… friends, have decided that if they were to be savagely murdered, they might as well do it with style!
The Silo is one of the oldest buildings that made up Coldwind farm. It stood for over fifty years before the great storm of 1984 brought the ancient structure crashing down. It was only several days later that local police discovered the twelve bodies buried in the ruins. The coach they had been traveling in was forced off the road by the storm. The passengers had taken refuge in the old building. It is only recently that a sealed suitcase full of clothes emerged from the ruins and was found by a group of happy few (…soon to be fewer). A welcome change as well as a tribute to the golden age of slashers.”
Click below to see what all is included in this pack!
Today Microsoft and Capcom Vancouver revealed the new gameplay trailer for Dead Rising 4 titled “Return to the Mall.” We’re back at the mall that started it all, Willamette Mall! A recon mission quickly goes awry and Frank is up to his knees in undead this holiday season. From cleaving through zombies in the food court to pausing for a few creative selfies, Willamette Mall is a key piece in Frank’s search for the truth behind a government conspiracy responsible for the outbreak. Check out the action for yourself in the video above!
This is the one Horror Guy Keenan has been looking forward to since the first iteration of the Dead Rising series back in 2006.
I was really looking forward to this one ever since its announcement took everyone by surprise at Comic Con. Especially when I found out Adam Winguard and Simon Barrett were behind the project. It felt like after Book of Shadows (the official sequel to The Blair Witch Project) released back in 2000 that that was the official nail in the coffin for the series for quite some time. Fifteen years later we were surprised with a true sequel. One that feels a lot like the first film. But in the end, is that truly what we are looking for in the third installment of this series?
Horror fans, keep your uncover your eyes. You do not want to miss out on this one!
“Lights Out” marks the feature film directorial debut of David F. Sandberg, who directed from a screenplay by Eric Heisserer (“Final Destination 5”), based on Sandberg’s own short film. James Wan, Lawrence Grey and Heisserer served as producers, with Walter Hamada, Dave Neustadter and Richard Brener as executive producers.
A select few members of the horror press community were invited out to a venue in California this weekend at Comic Con International to view the trailer for anew film called ‘The Woods.’
Well to all of our surprise, this little film ended up being a direct sequel to the original Blair Witch Project. Here is a synopsis of the film…
“A group of college students venture into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland to uncover the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of James’ sister who many believe is connected to the legend of the Blair Witch. At first the group is hopeful, especially when a pair of locals offer to act as guides through the dark and winding woods, but as the endless night wears on, the group is visited by a menacing presence. Slowly, they begin to realize the legend is all too real and more sinister than they could have imagined.”
Now I’m not sure if ‘Book of Shadows’ (the first sequel to the original film) is still canon or not, but I’ll be sure to update you all very soon. Check out the trailer below!