Earlier this week we paid a visit to Dr. Terror's Blog of Horrors for a segment entitled “8 Bits From Hell,” in which Dr. Terror worked with artist and graphic designer Frank Browning (already a FEARnet fave for his work on all those horror ice cream flavors) and electronic musician Sean O'Connor to design vintage-style packaging, screenshots, instructions and 8-bit musical themes for imaginary early '90s-era NES games that horror fans would have totally killed to possess.
At that time we showcased a sweet game mockup based on Lucio Fulci's 1979 classic Zombie, but as we mentioned, that was only one of many splatter flicks to get the 8-bit treatment.
Their second round of wish-fulfillment includes an homage to Lamberto Bava's Demons, and the distinctly '80s look of that film lends itself perfectly to the retro game vibe – all the way down to O'Connor's recreation of the main theme by Goblin's Claudio Simonetti, which you can hear in this trailer:
Doc Terror's team dreamed up many more game concepts in line with their “Italian Horror Week” theme, including Dario Argento's Deep Red & Suspiria, Joe D'Amato's Absurd (a.k.a. Antropophagus 2), Mario Bava's Black Sunday, Michele Soavi's Cemetery Man, Andrea Bianchi's Burial Ground... the list is huge, and you need to check it out pronto.