Our movie review for The Descent (2005) is now up.

To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Neil Marshall’s The Descent (2005), we have posted a retrospective review. Note that this has nothing to do with the 1999 novel The Descent, written by Jeff Long, though we recently reviewed that as well. Regardless, read our review to see why we still consider The Descent to be … Continue reading

Our review of The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death is up.

So, is The Woman in Black 2 as good as its predecessor? No, of course it isn’t. Don’t be stupid. But that having been said, it is actually not a bad film, taken on its own merits. Read our review to learn more about it, and discover whether it or not it … Continue reading

Our review of Jeff Long’s 1999 novel The Descent is up.

… and no, it has nothing to do with the 2005 movie of the same name, although perhaps we’ll review that next. Read our review of Jeff Long’s The Descent to find out why this lesser known genre-bending horror tale is an under-rated and epic classic.

ADV’s Review of the 1974 Christmas classic Black Christmas is now up.

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

E3 2014 Round-Up- Dying Light

Dying Light is an upcoming first-person, open world zombie-bashing game from Techland, who previously brought us Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide, which were also first-person, open world zombie-bashing games. In fact, Dying Light started out as a sequel to Dead Island before the developer realized that their new features, which include free-running (parkour) as well … Continue reading

E3 2014 Round-Up- Evolve

This one has been on our radar for a while, but it got a new trailer with a shiny new monster reveal at E3, so we figured we’d share it with you. Evolve is being developed by Turtle Rock Studios, who brought us the frenetic co-op zombie shooters Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. In … Continue reading

E3 2014 Round-Up- DOOM (Doom 4)

I’m afraid there isn’t too much to say about this one just yet, other than visually it looks pretty amazing, which is pretty much what we expect from developer id Software and their new publisher, Bethesda. Doom 4 was announced way back in 2008, but has since been described as being stuck … Continue reading

E3 2014 Round-Up- White Night

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

E3 2014 Round-Up- H1Z1

We talked a little bit about Sony Online Entertainment’s new PS4 exclusive zombie MMO H1Z1 a couple of months ago when it was first announced. Sony provided a couple of trailers and a lot more information at this year’s E3 that we thought we should share with you. H1Z1 is … Continue reading

E3 2014 Round-Up-

The trailer for the first Dead Island game was poignant, artistic, strangely effective, and even heartbreaking, even if the game itself was none of those things (though it was an entertaining zombie-bashing blast). Here’s the original trailer: So they decided to go about as far in the other direction as … Continue reading