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, February 14, 2016

DKTM 294

Hello. How art thou on this day that shall not be named? Here's some non-Hallmark approved supplements from around the Net. Enjoy.

Oculus Rosso.

Being completely entranced by the tech, I've been watching a lot of Oculus Rift gameplay videos on YouTube recently. While watching Kent Oster's playthrough for the VR horror game Doors Of Silence, I came across a delightful little Easter egg. Watch.

You catch it? I love that this game developer (Guiseppe Belfis) threw in an Argento reference here, knowing that only a small percentage of gamers would actually recognize it. I tip my hat to you, sir.

For more info on Doors of Silence, click here.

Indie Darling.

The trailer for indie filmmaker Mickey Keating's newest film, Darling has hit the Web.

This film was a hit at last year's Fantastic Fest, and I definitely dig the vibe. Glass Eye Pix has a pretty good track record with me, so I certainly hope it makes its way up here soon.

The Century Club.

The latest edition of the 100 Hour Film Race wrapped up recently. This is a worldwide short film competition where teams are tasked with writing, shooting and editing a short within 100 hours. The winner was this film from the UK called Remnants.

I also really dug the 4th place finisher from Quebec called Idées noires (Dark Thoughts)

So, that's it for now, but come back on Wednesday because I have such sights to show you!

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