In addition to the usual reviews and comments you would find on a horror movie blog, this is also a document of the wonderfully vast horror movie section of the video store I worked at in my youth.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

DKTM 103

Hey everyone. Well, the undead aren't banging down my door, so it looks like we successfully avoided the end of the world yesterday. Good for us. My favourite theory for sidestepping Armageddon was that Randy "Macho Man" Savage killed himself so he could stop God from pressing the Rapture button. Hey, it sounds about as plausible as anything else in the Good Book. But I digress.

Enacting Phase 2.

I've spoken intermittently about Android Re-Enactment, the film project I worked a while back. We released the first trailer a few months ago and the next leg of the ad campaign is about to launch, as the finished product gets submitted to film festivals around the world. Here below, is the final poster.

To see the trailer, click here. To visit the Facebook page, click here.

Death For Breakfast.

Anyone remember Garbage Pail Kids and Wacky Packages? Any kid of the eighties may recall sinking their pocket money into these things. Well, Wax Eye just announced a new line of cards called Cereal Killers. Featuring the art of original GPK artist Joe Simko, the set combines two of my favorite things; horror and cereal!

A Clockwork Porridge FTW! For more info on Cereal Killers, click here.

Chucky's Back... On Your Console?

Darryl forwarded me an interesting news release last week. It seems that Tikman Games are working on a video game featuring everyone's favourite homicidal doll Chucky. Described as a "stealth-action" game, players will be able to fill the bright red shoes of Charles Lee Ray, as he stalks and dispatches everyone in his path. Now, this could turn out to be shovelware, or an attempt to drum up interest in another movie/remake, but I can't deny that the idea of a Chucky game is intriguing. The release is slated for consoles and PC this fall. Click here, to see the announcement via Kotaku.

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