Warning: we can’t embed this Experience trailer for Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles for safety reasons; just follow this link, but keep your limbs inside the browser at all times.
Unleashing a holy can of whoop ass on blasphemers may sound fun, but this Heresy trailer for Dante’s Inferno shows that Dante must remain not only mindful but soulful of his actions.
This Mayhem trailer for Darksiders doesn’t reveal anything new, but we like its angsty, vengeance-be-mine style; the protagonist seems hell-bent on sending everyone to hell.
Because scary movies have nothing on sadistic gamers: The Sims Horror Movie is like Exorcist, Poltergeist, Puppetmaster and Saw rolled into one spinning diamond of death.
World War Z’s Max Brooks takes a trip down undead memory lane with Recorded Attacks; it’s a graphic novel with “historical” short stories from ancient Rome to the modern West Coast.
The Seafarers return for a Halloween visit to the Island of Horrors; it’s creepy, jarring, and a bit disjointed, but we couldn’t resist the chance to sample zombie pizzas and mummy wraps.
Hollywood goes Halloween with Worth1000’s Celebrity Vampires; the red carpet turns a nice shade of crimson by poking fun (and holes) in celebs like Bruce Willis and Scarlett Johansson.
Their first trailer was choppy in terms of frame rate, not body parts, but Fort Zombie delivers with this vastly improved trailer; it’s a budget RPG about holing up during the zombapocalypse.
In need of uber-terrifying last minute props for Saturday? Spook no further than Hack N Mod’s collection of 30 DIY Halloween Props, which includes a pneumatic werewolf and grave grabbers.
There’s only one day until Halloween, but I Came From Nothing’s horrifically detailed tees supply fear for the whole year, with nods to everything from Child’s Play to gut-munching pandas.
Filled with eyeballs, slime, and other weapons of gore, Gross Out will turn the insides out of you and your not-so-loved ones; it also serves as a Halloween makeup planner. Thanks, everyone!
So spooky that it terrified even Nikola Tesla, the Tesla Spirit Radio is a crystal radio circuit in a jam jar that picks up everything from EM radiation and sound waves to vibrations.
We hope you have no issues with neural tissue: despite all appearances, these Bloody Brain Shooters are quite drinkable and involve curdling Irish Cream in lime juice and vodka.
Note to self: when creepy narrator speaks of Rapture in the third person, RUN (or swim very quickly): this Siren Trailer for Bioshock 2 delivers with a nearly non-stop barrage of gameplay.
It may be called Season of the Witch, but this teaser (which shows a shaggy, medieval Nick Cage opposite Ron Perlman) screams zombie-flick: how do we know? “Cut off the head!”
Just in time for Halloween, Randr Tees’ Fall 2009 line hits our horror sweet spot with plenty of gore and just enough tongue-in-cheek to keep things light; choose from seven new t-shirts.
Aled Lewis’ The Horde t-shirt replays a scene from Living Dead and countless other zombie flicks, but we wonder: perhaps they just want to lend a hand (or other detached limb)?
The Alien side in Sega’s Aliens vs. Predator (due out Spring 2010) gets some face-hugging time with this Alien reveal trailer; Predators and Marines = green eggs and ham.
A bit of Bioshock mixed in with good old fashioned ghoulery, Enclothe’s latest t-shirt, Deep Sleeper, will have you dreaming nightmares while you plumb the dark depths of your soul.
Johnny Cupcake’s Cupcake Mix Vol. 4 is noticeably better than Vol. 3; four horror-themed shirts of 200 each are available, only one of which is online (the others are in-store).
Our friends at Chop Shop put a nail in the coffin of their Horror/Fantasy collection with this epic undeadWe tee; it packs in 50 zombies, ghosts and other boo-tiful members of the living dead.
Packed with plenty of combat gameplay, this Anger trailer gets to the heart (and heads, and limbs) of Dante’s Inferno; it focuses on Dante’s primary weapons: his scythe and cross.
Narrated by Lance Henriksen (Aliens’ Bishop android), Nightmares in Red, White and Blue is a documentary about America’s obsession with horror films; it’s also available as a book.
Pittsburgh-based ScareHouse flips the steampunk genre on its head with their latest haunted house, Rampage; think mad scientists, machine guns, and a bit of George Orwell’s 1984.
Now available on Blu-ray: the Hannibal Anthology includes all three Lecter films, most notably 1986’s Manhunter: it stars Brian Cox as the original Hannibal instead of Anthony Hopkins.
It just wants to give you a kiss: this Alien Facehugger Plush features a wire skeleton to maximize grip on the skull and ensure that chests everywhere will be bursting with love.
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