Most of my "Unseen" entries are about films from decades past, but this one is recent... just a few years ago. So I won’t exactly call this one “unseen” yet... just “overlooked.”
The play serves as a re-imagining of the novel, taking the darker elements of the story and turning them into a "deeply chilling piece."
The imminent release of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is bringing a close to the tragic trilogy that rebooted the struggle between Dracula and the Belmont clan, now is as good a time as ever to take a look back at games over the years that have featured fangs and boasted bloodsuckers.
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games!
Much like the movie, the series will center around brothers Seth and Richie Gecko, who find themselves in a most unexpected situation, after kidnapping a a former pastor and his two young children.
From the opening title card that reads "New Zealand Documentary Film Council," it's pretty clear that What We Do in the Shadows is not going to be your typical vampire movie.
These days you can't throw a rock without breaking a vital piece of a serious, strategic, horror board game. But just because the board game industry is blowing up now doesn't mean we didn't have plenty of awesome games in ages past! The years have afforded us tons of bizarre, fun, challenging, and silly horror board games, and we'd hate to see them lost to the sands of time. Here's a look at our first collection of vintage games worth revisiting: Vampire Board Games!
Just in time for Day of the Dead, and to fill out NBC's new Friday genre block, the network will air a new special called "Why We (Heart) Vampires."