We’re back, and just in time for the Holidays! So let’s get you in the Christmas spirit with our review of Black Christmas, the 1974 horror film directed by Bob Clark, who brought us the otherwise un-horrific A Christmas Story. Both are Christmas classics in their own way, but in Black Christmas, shooting your eye … Continue reading
Indie developer OSome Studio’s White Night looks like it could be very interesting, if you are into interesting. Until most modern horror games, which are all about screaming monsters and bullet count, White Night is a game that seems to harken back to the earlier roots of horror, claiming the work of such luminary … Continue reading
Alien: Isolation looks like it could be the Alien game that everyone has been waiting for, the one promised by Aliens: Colonial Marines before it fell far short of that promise. Alien: Isolation is being developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. It follows Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley’s … Continue reading
Here’s our review of the novel that started it all, Stephen King’s Carrie (1974). Though it may seem odd to review a novel from nearly 40 years ago, it is part of ADV’s ongoing effort to review and analyze each of King’s novels in chronological order. As new books come out (such … Continue reading
Our first review, for Brian De Palma’s 1976 Adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie, is up. Check in over the next couple of days for our take on both the new 2013 adaptation starring Chloe Grace Moretz and the novel that started it all.