I was obsessed with The 7th Guest and The 11th Hour growing up so I was very interested to find out a new, licensed, fan-made sequel was released on Halloween. Let's take a spoiler-free look at The 13th Doll.
I was really taken with Sam Barlow’s interactive narrative Her Story when it was released in 2015, but is the much anticipated followup, Telling Lies, as gripping? Maybe not, but it’s much more ambitious and tells an enthralling story nonetheless.
When Supermassive Games released Until Dawn back in 2015 it was the reason I bought a Playstation 4. I’ve picked up all their games since then, and now their new narrative horror series, The Dark Pictures Anthology, has kicked off so
Did you know there was a video game adaptation of Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet‘s 1995 dark fairytale The City of Lost Children? I recently discovered this Playstation adventure game and simply had to check it out. It’s not good. Join me as
Although I generally stick to writing reviews on the movies themselves, sometimes I’ll experience a movie-related product and feel the need to write a review about it. That being said, this is my first game review, and I couldn’t be happier to be discussing Legendary Encounters by Upper Deck. This deck-building co-op game happens to be based on one of my all-time favorite film series, Alien. But can a card game capture the tense atmosphere of the movies? In short, yes it can.