Welcome back for another round with the King of the ring: Mr. Stephen Scares-a-lot.
IT is an iconic horror story, and it’s my overwhelming pleasure to say that IT is now *also* an iconic horror movie.
Beautiful animations and artwork, an awesome opening trailer, the promise of choices really mattering, and I was sold.
Yes, Stephen King’s had works on the big screen for over three decades now, and not all of them good.
‘Chapter 1. Horrors, forgotten truths and odd incantations lie in between the pages of antique books.’ Written/Art by: Scott Boyce Publisher: Artisan Shovel Released: 28 June 2017 As you can guess, the cover to this had me
Wellity, wellity, wellity, what do we have here? Another shared universe attempting to launch itself?
"The crew of a colonist ship that stumbles across a strange signal and goes to investigate. There’s no way that could go wrong. Needless to say, it goes wrong."
His worries are only made worse by the fact that he’s about to meet the creepiest nightmare-fueled white family ever.
I got into Horror movies when I was about 11 years old. I remember watching Scream whilst eating breakfast at my friend's house. While it did not wow me, it did help me on my way to
Phantasmal: Only you can find your Auntie Jackie. She is, hopefully, somewhere amongst the labyrinthine halls of Kowloon Walled City. This dank and cramped metropolis will be gone soon, flattened by an eager government. You need