NEW! Night Club Release Video For 'Candy Coated Suicide' Filled With Nightmare Rabbits

Remember Birthday Massacre? How about Deadsy? Just toss your mind back to the early 2000’s and try and remember when the darkest and spookiest merged ever so briefly with the colourful, wearing brightly coloured outfits while singing anthems of loneliness and disaffection. 315 more words

Scotty Floronic

Here Be Monsters: Producing Tangibly Minatory Creatures in Video Games

Ever since they first began making sense of the world they inhabited and their very purpose on it, humans have been exposed to various tribulations, both internal and external, that have cast a shadow on both the psyche of the individual and civilization as a whole. 3,543 more words

Video Games

Why Are Video Game Tech Demos So Effing Haunted?

By Loryn Stone

Video game hardware and software creators like to showcase the boner-popping capabilities of their systems. When you have a system as complex as one that creates video games, you want to make sure the public knows of said system’s capabilities. 851 more words

Pop Culture

[Article] Survival Horror: Mid-life Crisis

By the early 2000s, the sub-genre of survival horror had become so enshrined and pervasive within video game markets, that it had even begun to stray out into popular culture: Resident Evil and Silent Hill had both enjoyed varying degrees of success as cinema and comic book adaptations, certain images, concepts and lines from the games became enshrined within popular culture, largely thanks to the escalating phenomena of the internet.

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Articles And Essays

Adaptation April #5: Silent Hill: Dead/Alive Issue #5

Chapter 5

Christabella thinks that Connie looks like a goddess. “I hate that.

Fuck, I am so screwed. I can feel this thing’s power. It doesn’t give two shits about being worshiped. 2,136 more words

Video Games

Silent Hill and Memory

In Silent Hill 2, James comes to terms with the memory of something he did

In Silent Hill 3, Heather comes to terms with the memory of who she is… 123 more words


Adaptation April #5: Silent Hill: Dead/Alive Issue #4

Chapter 4

Right off the bat, this issue is different than the others, because Nick Stakal has made a major shift in his artwork. It’s much more colorful than it was before. 1,014 more words

Video Games