Fan-Made ‘Resident Evil 4 HD Project’ Heads to Steam February 2022

The long-awaited (seriously) release date of the fan-made Resident Evil 4 HD Project is finally here. The team behind the project has announced that February 2, 2022 is the day when the pack will be available to download on Steam. The mod is compatible with the 2014 Steam release of the Ultimate HD Edition. The […]

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The Quiet Revolution: Roger Corman’s Edgar Allan Poe Cycle is One of the Best Series in Horror History

When it comes to classic horror, the Universal and Hammer monster movies come immediately to mind. Next, perhaps the Amicus anthologies or the films Val Lewton produced for RKO in the 1940s. But there is another great classic franchise worth consideration. The series of films directed by Roger Corman in the early 60s that have […]

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Uprooting the Czech Fairy Tale ‘Little Otík’ [Horrors Elsewhere]

Horrors Elsewhere is a recurring column that spotlights a variety of movies from all around the globe, particularly those not from the United States. Fears may not be universal, but one thing is for sure — a scream is understood, always and everywhere. Stepsisters disfigure their feet so they fit into glass slippers. A witch […]

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Chucky Kills: SYFY Celebrating Black Friday With an All-Day ‘Child’s Play’ Marathon!

Chucky is taking over SYFY for Black Friday today, with the network airing an all-day marathon of the brand new “Chucky” television series as well as the classic Child’s Play movies. The fun kicked off at 6am EST with four episodes of Don Mancini’s “Chucky,” and it will continue right up until 10pm EST tonight […]

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5 Horror Video Game Adaptations to Watch After ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’

Video Game adaptations have long been a tricky, tricky thing to accomplish. Too far removed from the source material, and you earn the fanbase’s ire. Too close to the source material, and you’ll likely alienate newcomers. Many adaptations opt for the former. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City tries its hand at the latter, attempting to […]

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‘Dead By Daylight’ Finally Heading to The Epic Games Store Next Week, Will be Free For One Week

Behaviour Interactive will be bringing their hit asymmetrical multiplayer game Dead by Deadlight to the Epic Games Store next week. As an added bonus, the game will be part of Epic’s free game giveaway for a week, from December 2 to December 9. The DLC will also be making its way over in the form […]

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“Are You Even a Horror Fan?” On Toxic Fandom and Gatekeeping in the World of Horror

Fandom can be a funny thing. People become very protective of the things they love. As horror fans, most of us have likely had to defend our love of the genre a time or two…hundred, which can cause some jading over time. This is perfectly understandable considering the deep chords that horror has the ability […]

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Arrow Video Unleashes ‘An American Werewolf in London’ 4K UHD Release With Hand Transformation Statue!

The John Landis horror classic An American Werewolf in London is one of those movies that has been released so many different times it’s hard to even keep track anymore, but Arrow Video has just announced this morning that they’ve whipped up an extra special new physical media release to whet your appetite. This one […]

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‘Resident Evil Village’ Cleans up The Golden Joystick Awards, ‘Dark Souls’ Named The “Ultimate Game of All Time”

In what might be a prelude for The Game Awards in a few weeks’ time, Capcom’s Resident Evil Village snagged several of the awards earlier this week at GamesRadar’s Golden Joystick Awards, including the coveted Ultimate Game of the Year. Alongside Village, Death Loop, Metroid Dread, Psychonauts 2, Elden Ring and even Dark Souls all […]

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Stephen King’s “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon” Is Swift Survival Horror for All Ages [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

“It’s God’s nature to come on in the bottom of the ninth, Tom had told her.” Don’t panic, but the Losers are a little lost. Somewhere on their hike through the Appalachian Trail, they managed to stumble off road. Now, they’re deep within the unmarked woods of Maine with just their wits to lean upon […]

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[Video] Upcoming Gameplay Reveal Teased For ‘Dying Light 2’ Next Week

Dying Light 2 fans can expect new gameplay footage for the upcoming open-world survival game next week, according to developer Techland. The footage will be unveiled as part of the fifth episode of “Dying 2 Know”, which will be broadcast on Techland’s Twitch channel on December 2 at 12 PM Pacific Time. The fifth “Dying […]

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Vinegar Syndrome Celebrates Black Friday With Secret Title Reveals and 50% Off Most Releases!

Our friends over at Vinegar Syndrome always make sure Black Friday is extra special, and this year’s sale is now live for Thanksgiving Weekend, through Monday, November 29th. “Pretty much everything is 50% off” as part of the sale, Vinegar Syndrome notes, and previously announced new titles are available alongside just-announced secret titles. Flesh for […]

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10 Horror Gems from Vinegar Syndrome and Severin to Add to Your Black Friday Cart!

The boutique Blu-ray market is alive and well, especially for genre fans. Labels such as Scream Factory and Vinegar Syndrome are fighting the good fight and ensuring physical media is far from dead just yet. Our long forgotten VHS memories are constantly being resurrected, restored, and re-released on high-def formats. From Blu-ray to UHD, we’ll […]

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5 Tales of Family Horror from TV Anthologies [Series of Frights]

Series of Frights is a recurring column that mainly focuses on horror in television. Specifically, it takes a closer look at five episodes or stories — each one adhering to an overall theme — from different anthology series or the occasional movie made for TV. With anthologies becoming popular again, especially on television, now is […]

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[Trailer] Survival Horror Title ‘Wronged Us’ Announced For PC, Consoles

Remember that all-too-brief and cryptic teaser that was dropped last month for for Delusional Studio’s Wronged Us? Well, the team has now given out a little more info on the game, which is now slated to be in production for PC and consoles. They’ve also dropped a new gameplay trailer for the game, which according […]

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