The cats over at Razor Powerglove Productions put together a physical strategy guide for the classic NES disaterpiece Friday the 13th. During this quick video preview of the guide, they show off a merchandise section and Jack’s Attic gets a shout out (at about the 4:49 mark) for our 8Bit13 Kill People release and ourContinue reading “Razor PowerGlove Productions Friday The 13th NES Physical Strategy Guide”
Category Archives: Horror Movies
31 Days of Horror – Day 29: Session 9
Brad Anderson’s criminally underrated psychological thriller filmed at the actual Danvers State Insane Asylum in Danvers, Massachusetts. Session 9 finds an asbestos abatement crew dealing with the real or imagined specters that still haunt the disturbed walls of the asylum.
31 Days of Horror – Day 22: Saw
31 Days of Horror – Day 19: Goosebumps: The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight
Scarecrows are always eerie. Even in more “tame” offerings like this, scarecrows still manage to ratchet up the creepiness.
31 Days of Horror – Day 18: Disturbia
While director D.J. Caruso’s modern retelling of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, isn’t a straight up horror movie per se, it contains enough elements of the genre to be included here.
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31 Days of Horror 2014 – Day 30
Sinister (2012) From IMDb: “A true-crime writer (Ethan Hawke) finds a cache of 8mm home movies films that suggest the murder he is currently researching is the work of a serial killer whose career dates back to the 1960s.” Surprisingly well done film that stands out from the recent deluge of paranormal/ghost/exorcism/possession/haunted house movies thatContinue reading “31 Days of Horror 2014 – Day 30”
31 Days of Horror 2014 – Day 28
31 Days of Horror 2014 – Day 27
The Crazies (2010) A remake of a seldom-seen 1972 George Romeo film, about a small town in Iowa whose inhabitants drink contaminated water. The tainted water turns them into “Crazies” with an insatiable blood lust. The film is slick but remains one of the better remakes in recent years.