Do you like horror movies but hate the fact that they’re just movies aren’t interactive enough? And do you like horror games, but are annoyed by the fact that they don’t take place in your own house? Well, congratulations there’s something on the way that can solve both of your oddly specific, and very first-world-y problems. It’s called Night Terrors and it promises… Continue reading Turn Your House Into a Horror Movie With This Futuristic Game
Have you ever wanted to feel like you were actually inside a horror movie… minus having to actually fight for your life, of course?
If your answer falls somewhere between “Heck yeah!” and “Um… yes?” then you’re gonna want to check out what Insidious: Chapter 3 has hidden up its creepy little sleeve.
As technology continues… Continue reading 'Insidious: Chapter 3' Will Give You This One-of-a-Kind Horror Experience
Back in 2013, I wrote a Last Horror Blog entry chronicling some great novels that Hollywood should consider bringing to the screen. Of course, with centuries of material to choose from, that list was only going to scratch the surface of all the titles worthy of making the transition from the page to the multiplex. So, I’m back with another batch of books that would make fantastic fright… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: More Creepy Books That Would Make Great Movies
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
For Easter time, here are bunnies recreating scenes from Disney animated classics, including Winnie the Pooh and The Lion King (via Oh My Disney):
Check out a custom designed Aliens Lego playset involving Ripley and the Power Loader (via Live for Films):
Speaking of Lego, here’s what The Lego Movie would look… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Lego 'Aliens' Playset, 'The Lego Horror Movie,' an Awesome Rubik's Cube Movie and More
Motion posters, aka Mosters, are a cool new addition to the marketing materials that come out in promotion of major movies. Just recently we got one for Terminator Genisys that features Arnold Schwarzenegger getting his skin blown off to reveal the robot skeleton within. Although the concept has been around for a decade now, Hollywood and the movie theater industry really got on… Continue reading If Classic Horror Movie Posters Came to Life