Horror films are a very broad canvas which writers, actors, and directors can work in. There is one special sort of flick that reoccurs despite the more transitory tastes of this or that fad, the Gothic sub-genre. These period pieces mix in elements of romance and the fantastical to provide the horrific, a bit of gore, and a lot of eye candy. Pitchfork Pictures is the place to stop for Gothic horror... [click here for more]
It wasn't one thing. No one can sit back and point to the end of the world. There was no comet in the sky, no clarion bellowing from heaven above, nor even the once expected waves of nuclear explosions all over the globe. Everyone was actually ready for something like that. Well, at least there were enough movies about the event that could be collectively called "The End." Glow is a role-playing... [click here for more]
Try something a little different this St. Patrick's Day. This one-of-a-kind pulp/steampunk adventure is another in the continuing saga of Monk-Punk (Michael Larsen). Come join the Society for Extra-Weird Affairs and travel the globe for adventure, fun, and weirdness.
This adventure works with the Red Bat rules. ... [click here for more]
Stay Alive!: Apocalypse In Your Hometown
The end is nigh in Cleveland, Ohio. Molly Hatchet still hasn't made it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. England has been thrust into a new dark age as survivors in Leeds confront terrors that were previously thought to be only legends. Hippie, hipster and horror: who dwells on the Venice Beach Boardwalk after the twin tidal waves of gentrification... [click here for more]