Just in time for Halloween is the new augmented reality horror game titled NIGHT TERRORS: BLOODY MARY from PARANORMAL ACTIVTY creator Oren Peli. The game has been out on iOS for a week now, but it finally hits android devices today. Peli had this to say about the game:
It was early 2017 when word broke that the guys behind TALES FROM THE HOOD (Rusty Cundieff and Darin Scott) got back together to secretly work on a new anthology called TALES FROM THE CRIB. It was believed to be some sort of spinoff or quasi-sequel of sorts to Hood, but not much else about the movie was revealed. This was exciting news for fans like myself that have been waiting on a potential sequel to the first movie for years.
The first Tales From the Hood hit theaters towards the end of May 1995, but didn't really make much of a dent at the box office at the time. Of course it was going up against some heavy hitters like Braveheart and Casper (which was #1 that weekend).
Described as an "R-rated Home Alone," this indie bottle film turned out to be much better than anticipated, which was a nice surprise considering it's not the first to garner that type of description, but I'll personally remember it as one of the better ones.
To celebrate the release of the upcoming HALLOWEEN sequel that's due to hit theaters October 19th, UHM has teamed up with the spooky peeps at HalloweenCostumes.com to offer fans a chance to win the new aged Michael Myers mask from the movie. This is an officially licensed latex mask that's reportedly not due until November. To enter the giveaway simply login/register using the widget below!
It's that special spooky time of year again and UHM has teamed up with the awesome folks at FUN.com to offer fans a chance to win and splurge on items at FUN.com using a $100 gift card! Entering the giveaway is super easy too--just login using the widget below!
“A haunted RV” is the extent of the synopsis provided for The Toybox, starring Denise Richards and Mischa Barton. In other words – a horror film about a possessed RV with Richards AND Barton would automatically impact my upchuck reflex immediately. Talk about the horror!