Everyday Heroes is a tabletop RPG engine born of d20 Modern and 5e, and it is by a company called Evil Genius Games, which appeared on the industry landscape with some incredible movie licenses.
Geek Native has covers reveal of the forthcoming 5e-powered Kong: Skull Island and the Pacific Rim tabletop RPGs from Evil Genius Games.
Geeky movie posters are solid and classic movies, as you’d expect, dominate this list of the most valuable movie posters. What fits in the apex of the Venn? Horror.
Both anime are being made by Powerhouse, and they’ve previously done Castlevania and Seis Manos for Netflix.
Despite the lockdowns in force worldwide, Godzilla vs Kong plans to head to cinemas on March 26.
Designed by James Fuller is this impressive King Kong model called King Kong Paw. Fuller oozes experience in toy design and you can browse his store here. At the time of writing King Kong Paw is his latest and perhaps his biggest model too at 26″ tall. I especially like the airplane treatment. They really […]
And why not? Monsters can star in their own music video if they want too. Eclectic Method have a Tumblr of their own, cool kid like, with a funky background and which is an easy way to keep up with their creative efforts. Fancy a gallery of all those classic monsters? [wooslider slider_type=”attachments” limit=”17″]
Okay, okay, I’m writing about a PR stunt for the King Kong 3D Ride by Univeral Studios. The ride is due to open on the 4th of July and was designed by Peter Jackson. Do you think the crushed car works as well as the footprints? I’m not sure. (Via Jonathan Alcorn.)
The Wilhelm scream is a commonly used sound effect. It was first used in the film Distant Drums back in 1951. It’s since been in all Star Wars films, most Lord of the Rings films and even Indiana Jones. The widespread use of the sound effect is creditted to picture sound designer Ben Burtt who […]