The fact that the third Ring movie is being released in the winter makes me wary of its quality. We’re talking one of the most iconic horror characters in modern cinematic history, and she’s getting the January (almost) horror-dump treatment. if the film was any good, wouldn’t it have been released last October (when it was complete and originally scheduled to turn up)?
In these trying times, what we need most is more Rick and Morty. Unfortunately we still haven’t seen much of Season 3, and what we have seen is still in animatic and storyboard form. The following scene is no different, but it is the longest segment released yet.
One of the most popular games of the NES era was the trilogy of brawlers known as Double Dragon. Billy and Jimmy bashed heads through three games, got their own merchandise line, and even received their own lousy syndicated cartoon. Strangely, unlike just about every other franchise that made it big on Nintendo’s first system, the series never continued on any further console (unless you count that one crossover with the Battletoads).
However crummy your life may be, just be grateful you aren’t one of the last members of humanity, sheltered inside the walls of the last human city, due to giant weird-faced naked monsters stomping around who love to snack on people. Hey, it could happen.
Resident Evil is the name of a popular action-horror video game series, and it’s also the name of a long string of movies that are ostensibly based on the games, but are actually tales of fanfiction some guy is writing about his wife.
While not technically a surprise, Nintendo has announced that Super Mario Run, their upcoming mobile title, will require an internet connection to play all the games modes. This news comes straight from developer Shigeru Miyamoto, who notes that there is a very simple and logical reason for this:
There’s a special present coming your way this Thanksgiving, and it’s far from a turkey. Batman: The Telltale Series Chapter 4: Guardians of Gotham will premiere on PC and consoles in four days. To prove it, here’s the new trailer:
A new horror-thriller, Deadly Intent, has now come across the shore from director Rebekah Fortune. The story revolves around the wife of a British soldier who lost him overseas. Deep in mourning, she tries to get over it and build a new life with their son….until the boy claims he’s actually seen his dad recently…..VERY recently.
There’s a horror movie coming out soon called Cute Little Buggers. Yes, it’s British — could you tell? It’s actually been in development for several years and this is just the latest trailer of many. Its makers describe it as “Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside.”
In what is sure to be the most surprising news you’ll wake up this morning to hear, demo footage from a proposed Diddy Kong Racing sequel, entitled “Diddy Kong Racing Adventures,” has turned up. Rare originally proposed their own sequel, “Donkey Kong Racing,” and it had been given the go-ahead shortly before they left Nintendo’s wing. Climax Entertainment saw an opportunity for some work and built their own version.
Filmmaker Scott Frazelle has just released the first trailer for his upcoming horror-flick Moggy Creatures. It’s about a young couple who takes in a stray cat…..that may not actually be a cat, but they don’t seem to notice. It’s completely hairless, but there are hairless breeds of cats out there, so they must’ve figured it was one of them. But then there’s those gigantic ears…much too big for a cat. In fact, this animal looks more like a crossbreed between a cat and a chihuahua.
Netflix still isn’t ready to show us anything from Season 2 of Stranger Things, but on this All Hallow’s Eve night, they did provide us with something: a supposed “archival newsreel from 5 WIYZ Hawkins, Indiana.” This should put those complaints about Barb’s disappearance being unnoticed to rest; if this is canon, it made the news. It’s odd, however, that a case of Eggo theft by a 12-year-old girl was deemed huge enough to be the next top story.