Wrapping up our Halloween film extravaganza is a movie that has a very different take on zombie hordes – it quietly builds suspense and dread off-screen as the characters helplessly hear of the horrors happening around them.
What happens when social prejudices collide with a few simple misunderstandings? Well, MURDER, of course!
Disintegrate the ground beneath you to fuel your war machine in this turn-based strategy game that I am abysmal at.
Wriggle and writhe with fright at the tremendous horror that is The Tingler – a creature that lives in all of us that feeds off our fear, and whose deadly grip is only kept at bay by our screams! This classic film is enjoyably campy and quite interesting, but a few side-plot threads leave us scratching our heads and wondering “…bwaah?”
Brighton and Matthew play the part of an elite scaredy-pants SWAT commander charged with the task of finding a psychic little girl and taking her down. Watch with terror as they explore several dark rooms in a warehouse… three steps and seven flashlights at a time.
Meta Knight has returned to Dream Land with vengeance in his veins and his Battleship Halberd fully crewed and loaded. Can our heroic duo thwart his nefarious plans of domination?
Matthew and Brighton kick off Super Spooky October Film Fest 2014 with a trilogy of psychological horror movies in which a hodgepodge of people are placed in a large labyrinthine complex of death traps. In the review we discuss not trusting people with crazy eyes, the finer points of cannibalism etiquette, belief in a higher power, and where extreme pragmatism falls on the D&D alignment grid.