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video games 

NIGHT TERRORS: Is This Mobile Horror Game the POKEMON GO Killer?

Have you ever wanted to live in a survival horror game? Then I’ve got just the app for you. NIGHT TERRORS is a soon-to-be-released mobile game that takes augmented reality away from the kiddies playing POKÉMON GO and uses it to create real world terror, putting you inside an immersive survival horror experience. Made by Novum […]

Real Life Scares Scary Fun 

This Diabolical “Hex Bomb” Makes Bathtime So F**king Metal

I’ll tell you something you’ve probably guessed by now: I’m kind of weird. For example, most people I know prefer taking showers over baths, and for a variety of reasons: first, they’re easier and more refreshing as a little pick-me-up before getting ready for work; second, they usually waste less water — and in California, […]

video games 

Prepare for PERCEPTION: A First-Person Horror Game With a Blind Protagonist

I’m psyched for PERCEPTION. The upcoming first-person horror game from The Deep End Games features a remarkable gameplay twist: the main character is blind. You play as Cassie, a sightless woman who navigates through the haunted estate on Echo Bluff using echolocation — the sonar-like ability to “see” objects through reflected sound. That would be […]

Scary Fun 

You KNOW You Want to Guzzle Coffee From a Zombie’s Head…

…and now you can, thanks to the truly twisted — and frankly amazing — mug designs of artist Turkey Merck, whose creations have been steadily gaining popularity among horror fans since the first images of “Slow Joe,” a one-eyed, rotting zombie head coffee mug, crept onto Merck’s Facebook and Instagram feeds. Based in Georgia, Merck […]

Films Scary Fun 

Mondo Unveils Three Creeptastic CREEPSHOW Poster Designs

The graphic gurus at Mondo are opening October in style, by commemorating the classic 1982 Stephen King/George Romero anthology film CREEPSHOW with a new collection of limited-run posters. Let’s take a gander at the good stuff: This twisted interpretation is rendered by artist Boneface. The 18″x24″ screen prints are hand-numbered in a run of 225 at […]