With the internet (and FEARnet’s carefully curated gift guide) there is no reason that anyone should be searching for last-minute gifts. But let’s say you are. You could always give cash or a gift card… or you could give an actual present, that shows you actually thought about the recipient (even if it was only five minutes ago). Below are some great gifts that can be purchased - and delivered - digitally.
This massive book on all things Mario Bava is available in a print edition - for $250. Or you can get a digital copy for your computer or iPad, with loads of bonus video, for under $30.
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with horror legend Christopher Lee?
One of the must-have horror comics, Locke & Key comes to us from Joe Hill. It was supposed to be a TV series at Fox a few years ago, but it died on the vine. Get an idea of what the world is missing by catching up with the entire Locke & Key series, bundled into one digital collection by Comixology.
First released in 1993, The 7th Guest is a classic of horror video games, and was one of the first games that was only released on CD-ROM. It contained a huge amount of pre-rendered 3D graphics, video clips, and impressive puzzles. It might seem a little quaint now, but die-hard gamers will appreciate a portable version of this classic.
One of my favorite horror films of 2013, We Are What We Are is a quiet, effective story about family and cannibalism. A remake of a 2010 Mexican film, the new one is just as good - with no subtitles.