From master horror director Stuart Gordon (From Beyond, Dolls, Castle Freak) comes the original Re-Animator! Starring Bruce Abbott (MacGyver, Dark Justice, The Net) Barbara Crampton (Puppet Master, We Are Still Here, Trancers 2) and Jeffrey Combs as Dr. Herbert West!
After an odd new medical student arrives on campus, a dedicated local and his girlfriend become involved in bizarre experiments centering around the re-animation of dead tissue.
Some viewers may think the background music is a bit inappropriate, but I feel it's in keeping with the tongue in cheek tone of the films.
This is a showcase for the 2019 release of the classic Sci-Fi horror film, Alien. Fot the 40th anniversary, Fox have released a pretty nice steelbook with new cover art. The transfer has been done well. Much like their 4K UHD remaster of Predator.
-objects can be carried by the player -objects can be specialized keys -"keyholes" in the level require key objects -"keyholes" can activate other puzzle parts
to do next:
-puzzle parts need doors and force-fields to actuate -other puzzles parts IE buttons and timers -full suite of the puzzle parts needs to work in the overworld, before overworld can be split into puzzle dungeons
Error#54 is a mysterious experience which takes you through what can seem like a reality half-awake, half asleep limbo. Through this short experience, we might figure out what has happened, who we are, what seems to be causing a societal collapse, and not least, that we should be very afraid ...
You can support the developers by trying the game yourselves, and you have the option to donate. After all, a Chapter 2 is on its way! https://akhilya.itch.io/error54
Some assets include: A Painter at Work - Roman Koval A Park's View of Autumn Trees on a Foggy Day - INNORECORDS A Person Painting - Roman Koval Blood Cells - Free Videos Empty Swing - Free Videos Painting - pashminu Person Doing an Abstract Painting - Steve Johnson Playground at the park - Samuel Castro --- "Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X" - Francis Bacon --- Nightmare Sound Effects (Animal Sounds) - FRANKEN EERiE
Grace (Nicole Kidman), the devoutly religious mother of Anne (Alakina Mann) and Nicholas (James Bentley), moves her family to the English coast during World War II. She awaits word on her missing husband while protecting her children from a rare photosensitivity disease that causes the sun to harm them. Anne claims she sees ghosts, Grace initially thinks the new servants are playing tricks but chilling events and visions make her believe something supernatural has occurred.
Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is the only survivor when she crash lands on Fiorina 161, a bleak wasteland inhabited by former inmates of the planet's maximum security prison. Once again, Ripley must face skepticism and the alien as it hunts down the prisoners and guards. Without weapons or modern technology of any kind, Ripley leads the men into battle against the terrifying creature.
We pick up after the previous Resident Evil 2 2019 REmake highlight video. Nat, a veteran of the Resident Evil series, plays the Leon campaign. However, playing Resident Evil 2 REmake with a controller continues to prove a horrible idea. She continues through the sewers and into the underground Umbrella Corp labs, still using a wonky controller that makes her aim... less than perfect. As she fights G/Berkin's more advanced mutations, evades Mr. X/Tyrant, and gets repeatedly slaughtered by the dozens of Ivy enemies that 1-hit kill her, LaughingMan and the chat's heckling results in her handing LaughingMan the controller to see if he can do any better.
He can't. At all.
While he DOES learn to dodge and exploit the movements of G/Berkin, he comes to the realization that playing Resident Evil 2 with a controller is a bigger pain than the Ivy monsters. With Nat vindicated, she plows through the rest of the game, ultimately killing G/Berkin and blowing away the Mr. X Tyrant with a rocket-launcher.
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In this adaptation of H.G. Wells' novel "The Island of Doctor Moreau," Edward Parker (Richard Arlen) is shipwrecked on a remote island presided over by the mysterious Dr. Moreau (Charles Laughton). Edward discovers his host is conducting genetic experiments, and presiding over a race of half-human, half-animal hybrids, including the alluring Panther Woman and the sage Sayer of the Law (Bela Lugosi). The island has become its own society, with Moreau as its god.
Snowbeast is a 1977 American made-for-television horror film starring Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Robert Logan and Clint Walker, directed by Herb Wallerstein from a teleplay written by Joseph Stefano, who wrote the screenplay for Alfred Hitchcock's classic 1960 thriller Psycho. The film originally premiered as the NBC Thursday Night Movie on NBC on April 28, 1977.
The Hideous Sun Demon (sometimes billed as The Sun Demon, or in the UK as Blood on His Lips) is a 1958 science fiction and horror film written, directed, and produced by Robert Clarke, who also starred in the film. It also stars Patricia Manning, Nan Peterson, Patrick Whyte, and Fred La Porta. The film focuses on a scientist (portrayed by Clarke) who is exposed to a radioactive isotope and soon finds out that it comes with horrifying consequences.
The film was inspired by the financial success of The Astounding She-Monster in which Clarke had starred. The film's crew was made up of University of Southern California film students, and the film's cast were either unknowns or Clarke's family and friends. The film was shot during 12 consecutive weekends and was shot by three different cinematographers. Originally budgeted at $10,000, it ended up costing $50,000. The Hideous Sun Demon premiered on August 29, 1958 as part of a double bill with Roger Corman's Attack of the Crab Monsters. The film received mostly negative reviews upon its release, but has since become a cult film and has been referenced and parodied many times. An unauthorized sequel, the 1965 short film Wrath of the Sun Demon, was produced by Donald F. Glut. Two redubbed versions of the original film have been released: the comedic Hideous Sun Demon: Special Edition and What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon (also known as Revenge of the Sun Demon), the latter of which was produced with Clarke's permission.
Night of the Blood Beast is a 1958 American science-fiction horror film about a team of scientists who are stalked by an alien creature, which implants its embryos in an astronaut's body during a space flight. Produced by exploitation filmmaker Roger Corman and his brother Gene, it was one of the first films directed by Bernard L. Kowalski and was written by first-time screenwriter Martin Varno, who was 21 years old. It starred several actors who had regularly worked with Roger Corman, including Michael Emmet, Ed Nelson, Steve Dunlap, Georgianna Carter and Tyler McVey. The film was theatrically released in December 1958 on a double bill with She Gods of Shark Reef.
It took Varno six weeks to write the script, the original working title of which was Creature from Galaxy 27. The story was partially influenced by the real-life Space Race and the Howard Hawks film The Thing from Another World (1951). Screenwriters Jerome Bixby and Harold Jacob Smith gave Varno uncredited assistance with the dialogue. With a budget of about $68,000, it was shot over seven days at the Charlie Chaplin Studios, Bronson Canyon and a television station on Mount Lee in Hollywood.
The Blood Beast alien costume was also previously used in the Roger Corman film Teenage Caveman (1958), which was filmed just two weeks earlier. Art director Daniel Haller, who built the rocket-ship and other props, slept at the sound stage between work sessions. Following dissatisfaction with his treatment by the Cormans, Varno pursued two successful arbitration cases, one of which was for underpayment. The other was in response to Gene Corman's original story writing credit, even though Varno claimed to have written the entire story himself.
The film was featured in a 1996 episode of the comedy television series, Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Well, its been a year in the making, & here it is at long last! Mad Father - Episode 2: Lost Secrets. Hope you all enjoyed it! Both episode 3 of Mad Father & Mermaid Swamp shall be out some time in the next few weeks. Once again, thank you all so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one, take care everybody! -PigMan
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Quick recap: Apocalyptic events are taking place all over the country, courtesy of the new "Corporate States of America" (10 corporate states have replaced 50 geographic states as the US goes fully corporate)
Rick and his band of misfits tried to start a grassroots revolution. It failed. "Plan B" was a kill list. But time is running out. Gigantic worms are erupting from fracked sinkholes all over the world and the insomnia virus has spread to Bank City.
In this episode...Sal returns, sleepless and filled with rage.
But to be fair, Nat is playing the Resident Evil 2 REmake with a completely broken PS2 USB MadCatz controller that is literally being held together by wads of paper and tape.
LaughingMan and The Fuboo spectate (read: heckle) as Nat navigates the labyrinthine headquarters of the Raccoon City Police Department (RCPD). The game begins with the young rookie, Leon Kennedy, crosses paths with Claire Redfield outside of the Midwestern town of Raccoon City, right as the T-Virus turns its residents into hordes of zombies and mutants… Without the rest of the country seemingly caring about the hordes of disease-riddled undead in the streets like it’s down town San Francisco.
One of Nat’s earliest gaming experiences was her dad leaving Resident Evil 2 on when she was only about 5 years old. Now, she’s a veteran of the entire Resident Evil gaming series. How does the Resident Evil 2 remake hold up? The short answer is: Very well, indeed! However, after spending all of her ammo on the walls, playing the over-the-shoulder survival horror game without a mouse and keyboard soon proves to be more trouble than it’s worth.
In the meantime, can we all agree that there’s something ridiculously wrong with Claire’s swollen face? She looks like she has a peanut allergy.
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-2 portal transport -error fixed: top text buggy visibility -portal design cleaned up, now shows a view out of the other side -player can actually see their own body, completion UI information to be read by looking down at body-worn UI elements -control scheme swapped to mouse for portals
to do next:
-enemy hunting behaviour is being planned out. -noted error to be fixed: players bottom half is floppy -level needs more layers of props added to put more things in your way -main level is a type of hub. smaller puzzle dungeons will be accessed one by one on finding goalposts
Mineralogist Paul Carlson (Chase Cordell) is struck by a lunar meteorite while observing a meteor shower. Lodged in his brain, the meteorite causes him to transform into a strong and vicious lizard (the titular "moon beast") whenever the moon comes out. In his lizard form, Paul loses all traces of his human self and goes about killing people at random.
A creepy mortician, Mr. Simms (Clarence Williams III), attempts to scare teenage drug dealer Stack (Joe Torry) and his friends straight by telling them four horrifying stories. One is about a guilt-riddled cop (Anthony Griffith) who goes crazy after ignoring his corrupt partner (Michael Massee). He also tells of a meek schoolboy (Brandon Hammond) with terrifying supernatural powers. Although the young thugs want to take their drugs and escape Mr. Simms, he still has two more tales to tell.
Spookies is a 1986 American independent horror film directed by Brendan Faulkner and Thomas Doran, with additional footage directed by Eugenie Joseph. The plot follows a lost kid and a group of partying teenagers finding an abandoned mansion and becoming trapped inside as a warlock tries to sacrifice the group with the intention of using their vitality to keep his wife alive.
The film was given a limited theatrical release in 1987-1988, with a more widespread video release in the latter year, and also aired on cable television's USA Network multiple times between 1988 and 1991. Despite its limited release, modest box office haul and scarce availability, it has achieved a cult following since its release.
City of the Living Dead (Italian: Paura nella città dei morti viventi, lit. 'Fear in the city of the living dead') is a 1980 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci. The film is set in the small town of Dunwich, where the priest Father Thomas commits suicide which results in a gateway to Hell opening which releases a pack of zombies loose During a seance in New York, Mary Woodhouse sees visions of the priests suicide and its consequence. After which she seemingly dies, only to be rescued by the journalists Peter Bell. The two travel to Dunwich to destroy the grave of Father Thomas in order to stop the mass zombie invasion. City of the Living Dead was developed after the financial success of Fulci's previous film Zombi 2, leading him to work with screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti to write a new horror film. During production of Contraband, the film was green-lit, which led to Fulci leaving production of the film to begin working on City of the Living Dead. The film was shot predominantly on location in the United States with interiors shot in Rome.
The film was released distributed in Italy in 1980 and was followed by a release throughout Europe including a screening in Paris where Fulci won the "Grand Prix du Public" (The Audience Award) at the Festival international du film et de science-fiction. In West Germany, the film became part of a scandal which of releasing violent films to minors, leading the film to be banned from several home video releases from the mid-1980s to 2001. The film was released in the United States as The Gates of Hell. The film received reviews in Europe and the United States which reviews commenting on the poor acting, excessive violence, and incoherent plotting.
This is the story of Kayako Saeki and how she was murdered. If you haven't seen the The Grudge/ Ju-on films I'd highly recommend you watch them, they're incredibly creepy. Kayako has a really interesting back story of how she came to be an onryo and that's what I'm going to be sharing with you tonight.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi everyone, so this is my second attempt at the grudge video. I didn't really like how the first one turned out so I remade it :) I hope you all enjoyed it. I'm trying to get better at my editing skills at the moment, so I'm trying some new things out.
I do have a blog but I haven't published it as of yet. I just wanted to bulk it out with a few posts first before I let it go live. When it does I'll leave the link here and you can go see it :)
I have twitter if any of you want to talk to me on there :)
I did a small cut to the original trailer and took out one fast clip of Ash twitching with his head off, I felt the white blood gave something about the movie away. So - gone. The music is pretty similar given that the album I pulled and did some small edits to the track I chose has some samples from Alien itself! So it just went hand in hand and this is what we got.
Audio: Dark 2.9 by Darkspace Album - Dark II (2006) Released by Haunter of the Dark