Day 10 Some of my favorite horror games just so happen to be centered around playing with a friend or several other people. This flies in the face of conventional horror tropes in gaming, where game developers force a sense of isolation upon the players in order
Day 9 Lucky attendees at New York Comic Con 2017 got to get a glimpse at Constantine, a brand new animated series that will premiere on The CW Seed(the CW’s free streaming service). Comic book fans may already be familiar with the rough-around-the-edges demon hunter
Day 8 Up until last month, my youngest brother had never seen The Blair Witch Project. I must confess that I hadn’t seen it in some time either as “Found Footage” movies usually make my eyes roll into the back of my head. That’s not
Day 7 While other children fantasized about what lay beyond the bounds of our solar system, my dreams were filled with the mysteries of the deep. The promise of strange life at the bottom of the ocean has always resonated more with me more than the
Day 6 The following contains spoilers from the ten Halloween films. You have been warned. With Halloween just around the corner, this month is the perfect time to revisit the iconic Halloween film franchise. Papa Smerph knabbed himself the 35th-anniversary edition blu-ray collection which includes all
Day 5 The Dungeons & Dragons pen and paper roleplay game has been around since the 70’s. Since then, the game has seen many changes in its rule structure and to the campaign settings. My introduction to the Forgotten Realms, one of D&D’s many worlds,
Day 4 While I love the huge success our current generation of horror films have been having at the box office, there is a small part of me that yearns for more tonal diversity within the genre and I don’t think I’m alone in this.
Day 3 During my formative years (the 80s), I watched a lot of Slasher movies. There were many good ones that are still allocated to my personal Top Ten list of Favorite Horror Movies. However, during the latter part of the 80s, the horror genre
Day 2 IT(2017) just won’t stop making money and continues to make headlines, although it’s been weeks since its release weekend. It’s my sincere belief that a large part of that success is owed to director Andres Muschietti, often credited as Andy Muschietti. Whether you liked
I know I said I’d be taking the weekend off to attend my aunt’s wedding, however, I scared up some time when I realized I have a horror/geek blog and it’s now October. Today, I’d like to introduce you guys to 31 Days of Dreadtober.