Tanya Floaker has brought an RPG about shame and burning someone alive in a wicker man as a sacrifice to bring back the sun running for a few more days in the dying moments of Kickstarter’s Zine Quest.
Following our reveals of the best selling fantasy and sci-fi TTRPGs, Geek Native and DriveThruRPG turn now to horror!
Strap in for this one, because I’ve got the most insane trailer for you that I’ve seen in a LONG TIME, in the form of horror comedy Destroy All Neighbours – with Alex Winter!
The action is first set in a village called Kest, also based on a real place, and the characters will meet dodgy politicians, scholars, trickers, witches and then creepier encounters once they move out into the dark forests.
As they unravel the tales of Bluebeard’s past brides, the Sisters confront the chilling horrors concealed behind locked doors.
Described as ‘Gremlins meets National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’, this is a laugh-out-loud funny movie.
We haven’t seen any creepy children’s toy movies in a hot minute, so meet Chauncey; the bear that looks just like any other teddy of a decent vintage, only he’s HAUNTED. Or possessed. Or who knows, really.
Mwahahahah… we’ve just posted the UK’s Top 15 Christmas Films. Which meant, I also wanted to do something a little different, and list my top 10 favourite horror/alternative Christmas picks – IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER.
The master of horror, Stephen King, has apparently written a sequel to his classic 1981 story Cujo; it’s called Rattlesnakes, and it will be part of his new upcoming short story collection You Like it Darker.
Obscure is designed for one-shot and one-location survival tabletop RPGs in which characters are not heroes.