The Joyous Horrors to Come, DON’T BREATHE Poster Art, A Year of Queer Cocktails, and More!
Horror gamers have never had it as good as they do now. With a seemingly endless amount of indie developers and major studios releasing one title after another, there is a bit of a glut for solid, interactive spooks and scares. Just like with horror movies, horror games can be hit or miss. Some offer something unique and exciting while others feel like the same old thing with a fresh coat of paint.
The Ultimate Guide To Halloween Triple Features
As we head into October, we’re all aware of how different this Halloween is going to be, so we wanted to put together a treat for the season. That’s why this week’s special issue of the Bite is designed with one thing in mind: to give you some inspiration for your Halloween movie marathon.
There’s Something About The Warrens, Horror Ultimate Edition Trivial Pursuit, And More!
Over the past seven years, Ed and Lorraine Warren have become the most popular couple in Horror. From The Conjuring and its hotly anticipated third installment through the various offshoots in between, they’ve become a gateway into the genre while keeping fans on the edge of their seats. And while Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga have painted the Warrens in a warm hue, the truth about these very real figures isn’t quite as charming.
The Horrific Catharsis Of RESIDENT EVIL 3, The May Queen And MORE!
Let’s be honest, life kinda sucks right now. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a grinding halt and we’re all stuck in our homes, albeit for the greater good. As a result, reports show that video game usage has increased dramatically since stay-at-home orders have been implemented nationwide. A means of catharsis and escapism, video games provide the perfect opportunity for active participation through an interactive experience, unlike watching movies, a far more passive activity. With horror games specifically, this allows players to face the very fears that haunt them in real life.
Revisiting Tim Burton’s SLEEPY HOLLOW And MORE!
Fairy tales have long served as a moral guiding light for children. The works of The Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, among others, have been cannibalized repeatedly throughout film history, each new adaptation attempting to outdo the last. We grew up on these stories, following Alice down the rabbit hole, flying with Aladdin over the Arabian Desert, and swimming in the depths of the ocean with Ariel. For many of us, our imaginations were molded by the Disney iterations of these fables. But most of the original stories feature some of the bleakest and most horrifying moments in literature.