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Featured Kickstarter: Black Dog Devil

Posted in Books, Comics, Kickstarter Projects, Media, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2016 by ranranami

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1028393422/black-dog-devil-volume-1/widget/video.html

In a quaint 1950s town in rural Indiana, a witches coven was interrupted at the height of evil, and a curse was born. For 25 years, the curse was all but forgotten, until a Stranger walked in out of the rain one October night, and this once-sleepy town will never be the same…

Dusty Crosley

Horror is an ever-evolving monster (pun aside), and one can’t help but think how well the genre suits just about every format, from print, to screen, to art, projection, radio, music, etcetera. I don’t think there has ever been a time when the genre had so much innovation or incredible variety as we’re seeing today. When I found this kickstarter, my breath was taken away by the eery beauty of the pictures in the video above. Frankly, I think you would be doing your self a disservice by not checking this project out.

Interested? Swing on over to the kickstarter page and help bring the first issue this gorgeous graphic series to life. Or, is that ‘unlife’?

Featured Kickstarter: The House on Forest Drive

Posted in Kickstarter Projects, Media, Videos and Clips with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 8, 2016 by ranranami

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/397619968/the-house-on-forest-drive/widget/video.html

“Stand By Me” meets “Evil Dead 2” in the 1980’s throwback feature “The House On Forest Drive” a raw blend that mixes coming of age nostalgia with over the top violence and gore, a real B-rate Bloodbath of enjoyment, with plenty demon bashing BMX action, what’s not to love.


Mitch Morse



The 80s is back in a big way, thanks to Stranger Things. I’d like to welcome our campy overlords of horror back to their proper place, but in order to do that…well, some awesome new creators are going to need help to get there. This one in particular sounds like just the sort of thing to get started with. Let’s make horror films fun again, the protagonists likable, and the gore entertaining. That’s exactly what I thought of when I discovered this kickstarter project, and that’s what I hope you, the readers think, as well.


Sound like the sort of project you’d like to get behind? Then please check it out and do what you can to see it become a delightfully destructive reality.

Featured Kickstarter: Hollywood Horror Museum Seeking Funds

Posted in Kickstarter Projects with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2015 by ranranami

Just to help get the word out there, I’d like to tell you guys about an awesome project. But it would be redundant, because the link to the relevant post is directly below. Suffice it to say, it’s a kickstarter any fan of history and horror NEEDS to check out.

Check it out!

For a Gory Cause: The Mortuary Collection

Posted in Media, Movies and shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 6, 2014 by ranranami

Back again gang with a new kickstarter that just has me UNBELIEVABLY excited. 13 days to go and still a little over 10k left. This is a cute throwback to the camp of the 80s, and looks like it could be another excellent anthology. You all know how much I love those anthologies.

I’ll just quote the page for you: “An eccentric mortician spins four twisted tales of madness and the macabre in a sleepy New England town where nothing is as it seems.”

If this at all interests you, please check this link out!

For a Gory Cause: Charlie Lives

Posted in Media, Movies and shows with tags , , , , , , , , on December 7, 2013 by ranranami

Hey guys, I’m taking a break from the regular routine of comics and reviews today to let you know about something that’s got me pretty excited. It’s an awesome kickstarter projected for a concept that I could really get behind.

 

You’ve got your Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Your House of 1000 Corpses. Your general classic slasher flicks that are inspired by real events, but have very little to do with them…and then you’ve got Charlie Lives. But I’ll let the page to the talking for itself.

 

Charlie Lives: The Family’s Return