Monday, June 16, 2014

Ultimate Gore-A-Thon 2014


It's no secret that over on Terrorphoria we love gory movies. While we advocate for the advancement of the medium by using fancy words like "film", and "script", and "camera" we're not above enjoying copious amounts of arterial spray.

So when the fine folks over at BloodSuckingGeek.com asked if we wanted to take part in their "Ultimate Gore-A-Thon 2014" we were like "Holy crap where do we sign up?!"

So for the next week we'll be writing some entries about the gooier and grosser side of our favorite genre and linking you to great content from other participating sites.

You should bookmark this link to the full index of all this years entries.

I'm looking forward to using even more Tales from The Crypt-esque alliteration this week than I normally subject everyone to. Why? Because I just can't resist the temptation to write "blood-soaked blog post".

9 comments:

  1. Stoked to have you guys on board this year! And I, for one, can't wait to read many a "blood-soaked blog post". It just rolls off the tongue so easily...

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  2. A game I quite enjoyed both for its bizarre story elements and the sense of horror it built is called "The Cat Lady." The main character starts off having committed suicide, and it gets more disturbing from there.

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  3. Sounds pretty awesome. I'm going to check it out. Is it on PC?

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  4. Yes. I got it from Gog.com. It's an indie game, done by one person, so you'll probably either really like it or you won't. It's the first "new" game I've played through in years; usually, I stick to old-time 90's PC games.

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  5. Hey, Bryan:


    You've done a lot of writing in the zombie apocalypse genre. What's your favorite part of the genre: the end of the world stuff, or the zombie stuff, or both equally?

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  6. Thanks for stopping by to read Julianne, hope to see you back here!

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  7. Phantasmagoria 1 and 2 are the best horror video games I've ever played. The stories are interesting and the images stick with you after you're done playing.

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  8. I loved Phantasmagoria, but never played the sequel. I did miss out on a few greats from that era on this list. "I Have No Mouth, But I Must Scream". Along with the puzzlers like "7th Guest" and "11th Hour"

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