Thursday, February 28, 2013
"Marble Hornets" is by far the best Slenderman video series on Youtube, probably because it was the first one ever made. The scares that the videos generate are better than most big budgeted Hollywood horror movies that I've seen in recent years. So it's with great delight and giddy anticipation that I proudly announce that the creators of "Marble Hornets," (Troy Wagner, Joseph DeLage and Tim Sutton) have finished talks with Mosaic and have sealed the deal to help create a major motion picture based on their highly successful Youtube video series.
Friday, February 22, 2013
The actors of "The Walking Dead" are living in constant fear of getting that dreaded phone call from the writers letting them know that their character is about to die, and that they're being sent to zombie school.
Both Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) have stated that they are terrified that their characters will be killed because, "No one is safe." With very few members of the original cast still on the show, it's no wonder that they are afraid that they will be the next ones to go.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Saturday, February 9, 2013
There's one woman on "The Walking Dead" that we all love to hate, and boy to we hate her. She is someone who is even more incompetent than Lori Grimes, she causes more conflict and creates more trouble for herself than even Carl the rambunctious walker poker, she is Andrea.
While no one has ever talked about it, the truth is plain as day, Andrea is one of the most hated villains of "The Walking Dead." Here's six reasons why.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
"Slender: The Arrival" is a new Slenderman game by Parsec Productions that was written by the Marble Hornets team. It is the sequel to "Slender: Eight Pages," and it's going to be incredibly scary.
The game's publisher, Blue Isle Studios, announced last week on February 3, 2012 that pre-orders for the PC version of the game will start very soon. Anyone who pre-orders the game gets instant access to the Beta test of the game (the playable demo of the game, which happens to be the updated version of the forest from "Slender: Eight Pages).