Cracking The Silver Case and Finding A Killer
This column has discussed Japanese video game developer Suda51 in the past, but let’s start with a quick recap. He is known for creating incredibly strange (or “quirky” if you’re feeling generous) video games that tend to be incredibly divisive. None of his games have been particularly commercially successful... Read more
Knott’s Soak City in Buena Park Set to Open Big on May 20th
Spring is ending very, very soon and that means that Knott’s 15 acre water park, Knott’s Soak City, is set to open this weekend with two new acres of splashy fun, 7 brand new waterslides, a re-imagined eatery, and lush new landscaping.  Why is a horror site writing about... Read more
AFS Cinema opening announced my Austin Film Society and unveils May and June Film Programs
The Austin Film Society announced the opening programs of their new AFS Cinema, the organization’s first ever two-screen arthouse theater. The opening of the new theater in late May means AFS returns with its classic programming, including repertory series, new restorations, documentaries, independent films, and premieres. AFS has added... Read more
LOST GIRLS: THE PHANTASMAGORICAL CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN Coming Soon
The new book from Canadian micro-publisher Spectacular Optical, Lost Girls: The Phantasmagorical Cinema of Jean Rollin, is coming! Their Indiegogo campaign ended May 17th. The book curated and edited by Samm Deighan is the first to look at the career of the French horror and fantasy director Jean Rollin from the... Read more