Moons of Madness is a Lovecraftian-horror game developed by Rock Pocket Games. Welcome to Mars. You’re an unimportant low-level engineer working on a research outpost. As you go about your daily chores, you start to see things you shouldn’t. Unnatural things; monsters, tentacles, organisms. This is just the beginning of Continue Reading
Religion is a tricky topic to tackle. On the one hand, it can bind people together and inspire them to conduct themselves in virtuous and selfless ways. On the other, it divides nations, instigates war, and incites horror. The religions themselves, however, are hardly ever the catalyst for destruction; but Continue Reading
Some of the things that scare us the most are the unknown and the unexpected. That’s why moments where our favorite video games surprise us, with a startling jump scare or a terrifying sequence, stick with us. We weren’t expecting to be scared in our action or puzzle game, we Continue Reading
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to appreciate the monsters and enemies that have scared us the most. From an unsettling backstory to a gruesome design, these enemies always find a way to haunt our dreams. The only requirement to earn a spot on this list is to Continue Reading
Horror games have occupied a sort of niche space in the gaming world, as of late. While there have been some recent gems like SOMA, Call of Cthulhu, and who can forget Doki Doki Literature Club (which I have a bit of personal experience with)? But, gone are the days Continue Reading
It is no surprise that most things that Shinji Mikami has anything to do with will come off as horror. The case with the new game he introduced at the Bethesda E3 conference is somewhere in between horror and action. Tango Gameworks’s new game reveal was for Ghostwire: Tokyo, and Continue Reading
A good story is an excellent means of ensnaring minds, be that into a tale of tragedy or triumph, jubilation or despair. But the purpose of a story is rarely something so shallow as to simply be enjoyable. It always asks questions of us, or provides its own answers. So, Continue Reading
The more things change the more they stay the same. That much is true of Layers of Fear 2, the first person horror adventure developed by Bloober Team and published by Gun Media.
It will be man versus beast on Shudder. Chris Sun’s Boar along with a selection of Queer Horror and Elijah Wood podcast Visitations are coming to the premiere horror streaming service in June. BOAR (2017) — available Thursday, June 6 Director: Chris Sun, Cast: Nathan Jones, Bill Moseley, Hugh Sheridan Continue Reading
If you go down in the woods this May, you’re sure of a big surprise. The Ranger is making the forest frightful on Shudder this month. Also debuting is the Night Shifter, V/H/S/2 and more of The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs.