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Scary Trips: 10 Surrealist Horror Movies Perfect for Halloween

Halloween seems to be a time when getting high with friends is the thing to do. Perhaps because people still want something fun to do once they get too old to ...

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In 2010, Deadly Premonition released exclusively on the Xbox 360 at the insanely low price point of $19.99. Buggy with frantic controls and camera angles, the price spoke volumes as ...

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In loving development for around four years now, Celestial Tear: Demon’s Revenge is White Guardian Studios latest entry. Inspired by other RPG classics like Suikoden 2, Final Fantasy 8, and ...

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MEMETIC #1 Review: A Truly Modern Horror Comic

With the genre kicked off of its pedestal in the ’50s with ...
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MIGHTY NO. 9 Gets English Voice Acting & Introduces No. 0

The latest update to the “successor to Mega Man”, Mighty No. 9 ...
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31 Days of Horror: DREAM HOME

Sick, depraved, and deviant horror movies have pushed their limits over the ...
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31 Days of Horror: PET SHOP OF HORRORS

It’s been said that a pet can cheer you up whenever you’re feeling ...
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HUMAN RESOURCES Kickstarter: A Demon-Robot Punchout RTS

UPDATE: Earlier on the eve of October 20, Uber Entertainment announced that ...
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31 Days of Horror: THE CONJURING

When you hear the name James Wan, you don’t think ‘psychological horror’–rather, ...
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5 Times Superheroes Clashed With the Worlds of Horror

Superheroes face all sorts of different enemies. Mobsters, alien invaders, and mad ...
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31 Days of Horror: WORLD WAR Z

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is a ...
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5 Cancelled Video Games That Will Be Dearly Missed

Not every idea out there has a great plan to turn it ...

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31 Days of Horror: WILD ZERO

It’s not often that a punk band makes a film past the ’70s, let alone a horror film. In their answer to a Japanese Rock ‘n’ Roll High School, Guitar Wolf set out to make one of the most bizarre and hilarious zombie films ever created: Wild Zero. In addition, there’s enough flaming mics, head explosions, ear-piercing […]

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The 5 Biggest Announcements From New York Comic Con

In just eight years, New York Comic Con has already become one of the biggest cons on the circuit, becoming just as vital for fandoms of all kinds to attend/pay attention to as much as Comic-Con International. Publishers and companies are noticing this, too, saving whatever big announcements or projects they didn’t announce in San […]

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Eiji Otsuka (MPD Psycho) is a bit of a crazy dude. Since MPD’s conception more than 15-years ago, Otsuka has become the master of the shock horror manga scene. Aside from defining an entire manga genre, he has widely influenced anime, film, and written horror in both the East and West. Otsuka is, by definition, a mad genius. […]

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10 Must-See Asian Horror Films on Netflix Instant Queue

Within the last decade, Asian films have been making quite the impression on the worldwide movie market. Most notable among these features are their top-notch horror films, making directors such as Takashi Miike and Fruit Chan just as recognizable as the likes of John Carpenter and Wes Craven to horror lovers. Thankfully, Netflix instant streaming offers up some […]

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THE ART OF THE EVIL WITHIN Review: A Visual Descent into Madness

As a genre, survival-horror hasn’t exactly enjoyed any major releases. But with the recent success of indie titles like Outlast, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and P.T. that seems to be changing. One only needs to see the recent release of SEGA’s Alien: Isolation to understand that the big developers are seeing the viability of the genre. In 2010, Bethesda, publishers […]

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Preview: GHOST FLEET #1

“For the world’s most valuable, dangerous, or secretive cargo, you don’t call just any trucking service . . . You call THE GHOST FLEET. When one of the world’s most elite combat-trained truckers takes a forbidden peek at his payload, he uncovers a conspiracy that will change his life forever! A new series of badass […]

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There’s definitely something to be said for the pulp infested, midnight movie essence, created in Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight Bee Vixens from Mars the Double Feature. Alex Di Campi (Ashes) has outdone himself with this homage to 70’s B-movie classics that it feels authentic, maybe even too much so. “Literature: overrated. Morality: expendable.” the synopsis reads, […]

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31 Days of Horror: BLOOD-C

You want Blood? Well, you got it and tagging along the ride with Production I.G. is mangaka group CLAMP for this 2011 iteration of the Blood: The Last Vampire franchise. Premiering in the 2011 Summer Season and licensed by FUNimation Entertainment, Blood-C is the second anime series of the franchise — following Blood+ only with […]

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Retro Reminiscence: CRASH BANDICOOT

Back in the mid-90s, every console had a flagship mascot. For Nintendo, it was the pudgy, acrobatic, Italian plumber Mario. For Sega, it was the faster than the speed of sound, blue blur Sonic the Hedgehog. When Sony PlayStation released in 1995, it needed a mascot, too. Sony didn’t back down and with the help of Naughty Dog and Universal Interactive, they came up with […]

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31 Days of Horror: I SAW THE DEVIL

In recent years, South Korea has been making a pretty big name for itself in the world of film. With a great deal of credit going to Oldboy for the world’s newfound appreciation of SK filmmaking, the truth is South Korea is creating some refreshingly innovative and original movies these days. Although Oldboy is an […]

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