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Review: “Jungle Z” – Nintendo Switch (Festival of Dread special, repost)

First things first,* Jungle Z clearly takes place in a forest, not a jungle. Sure there are some banana trees thrown around for good measure, but it’s a forest. At first glance, Jungle Z looks a bit like a modern take on Zombies Ate My Neighbors with a few RPG elements mixed in. Overhead perspective, a variety of weapons, undead

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Review: “Splatterhouse 2” – SEGA Genesis (Festival of Dread special, repost)

Of all the games I’ve owned, sold, repurchased, etc., over the years, I’ve never sold any of my original Splatterhouse games. Why? Because braining demons with blunt objects and watching their unholy essence spray from their freshly-cracked skulls is good ol’ family fun. Wholesome shit, am I right? My personal experience with the Splatterhouse series went like this: Splatterhouse (TG-16 version), Splatterhouse 3, and finally Splatterhouse

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Menacing horror title “Shadow Corridor” coming to Switch; new video features 10 minutes of gameplay

Regista recently announced that it is bringing the action horror game Shadow Corridor to Switch this summer. The publisher also released a video featuring ten minutes of gameplay, which you can watch below. Shadow Corridor is already available on Steam, but Regista has added a few new features to the Switch port including difficulty adjustments like the addition of a

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Lovecraftian horror for all ages, “The Case of the Littlest Umbrella” now crowdfunding on Indiegogo

“Hey therrre…” The sardonic YouTube personality known as That Umbrella Guy has teamed up with artist Keung Lee (Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb) to crowdfund The Case of the Littlest Umbrella, an all-new graphic novel intended as a Lovecraftian horror tale suitable for readers of all ages. Here’s a breakdown of The Case of the Littlest Umbrella taken from the book’s

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Indiegogo campaign for maritime horror book “Longharbor” ends successfully

On Tuesday, the crowdfunding campaign for Alejandro Mirabal’s new horror graphic novel Longharbor ended successfully, raising roughly 330% of its original funding goal for a total of over $50 thousand. At that total, the Longharbor campaign also achieved its stretch goal of adding 15 pages to the final book for a girthy total of 85 pages. A “Lovecraftian” graphic novel

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“Something Real” issue 3 successfully funded on Indiegogo

On Sunday, the crowdfunding campaign for issue 3 of indie horror series Something Real came to a successful end, raising 120% of its goal for a total of over $4 thousand. Inspired by such supernatural horror stories as A Nightmare on Elm Street, Something Real is written by Joey Turnage and features illustrations by Ian J. Miller and colors by

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