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Reality horror films have been around for decades now, with the Blair Witch Project still sending Matthew diving under the covers the instant the snot rocket scene appears. There have been a number of franchises that have used the found footage gimmick to put the scare into audiences, and get that well timed jump of fright.
Definitely a niche book, DC’s horror title I, VAMPIRE has struggled to find its audience, and is quickly approaching its last issue with #19. However, the other horror books of the New 52, including Swamp Thing, and Justice League Dark have all met with critical acclaim. With the end of the series nearing, should latecomers give this book a chance? Major Spoilers has your review…
Here’s an interesting take on the comic book movie – the story in the comic book appears to be influencing the real world events of those trapped in a plane.Â Twilight Zone, Cthulhu, and many more CreepyEerieStrange bizarre events make this a must watch when it comes to cable movie.
Bluewater Productions has announced it has reached an agreement with the Price family to use the famous actor’s likeness and name in a new monthly series called Vincent Price Presents. The ongoing series will feature Price in various roles throughout the stories.
Victoria Price explains the motivation behind the collaboration: â€œIâ€™m really touched and excited about the series because it will help energize my fatherâ€™s legacy for a new generation. Weâ€™re planning a big celebration for his 100th birthday in 2010, and this comic series fits into those plans perfectly.â€
Arcana is looking ahead to October and the time of the year when everything gets spooky for its 2nd annual Dark Horror Anthology book. And this is where YOU come in. Arcana is accepting solicitations for horror stories for the new edition. Last year’s book was a big hit among horror fans, and this might be a great way to get your work noticed.