- Why You Should Be Excited About Friday The 13th The Game
- A Brief History Of Yummy Mummy Cereal
- The Shining Turns 37
- Lego Dinosaur Skeletons
- Every Stephen King Cameo
Ever shouted at the screen during a Friday film at the stupid things the counsellors do that inevitably winds up getting them killed? Now’s your chance to show what you’d do, or even better, how you’d exploit these familiar tropes when playing as Jason himself.
Horror encompasses a huge variety of mediums, but breakfast cereals are surely one of the most unexpected and bizarre.
Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic interpretation of Stephen King’s The Shining turns 37 this year. Bloody Disgusting’s Trace Thurman takes a look back.
Not horror as such, but who wouldn’t want dinosaur skeletons made out of Lego sitting on their memorabilia shelf! If you like ‘em then go and vote for Lego to put them into production on their fantastic Lego Ideas site. (Yes, we’ve already done it!)
You’re no doubt familiar with all of King’s literary output, but here’s a handy guide to all the cameos he’s made in adaptations of his work.
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