This year’s Walker Stalker convention takes place on Oct.17th-19th and it’s going to be spectacular. All VIP tickets have sold out months ago and only a limited number of multi-day passes are left. But wait! Here’s YOUR chance to try and win tickets for the entire weekend!
1. You must be a registered member of this magazine and follow us on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dead-Buriedand-Back
2. Share this link www.deadburiedandback.com with your friends. The one who has the most shares wins!
3. Please send your name,user name, and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Winners will be notified October 12th and tickets will be emailed to you.
First place winner will receive 2 tickets good for all 3 days of the convention.
1 second place winner will receive a 2 tickets for “single day” admittance.
( your choice of day)
3rd place winner will receive 1 ticket for a single day admittance and a Walker Stalker t-shirt.
Halloween is around the corner, so now’s a good time to prepare to be scared! And FrightPix has over 382 movies in their library!
From the press release:
We love Horror Films! FrightPix was created for people like us who want to watch “Great Horror. Free.” FrightPix has full-length movies that will scare you, make you cringe, make you feel creepy, or sometimes make you laugh when the films are really “campy.” We built FrightPix to be a user friendly movie destination. No movie is more than two clicks away and they are all FREE.The channel and movie app are available on the web, iOS and Androids.
New York, NY – September 16, 2014 – Clazz Games, a mobile video game publisher, and developer Raincrow Studios announced today the launch of Vampire Tribunals. Featuring mobile multi-player combat, Vampire Tribunals is a supernatural experience where vampire fantasies are no longer dreams, they are real.
Like “Google’s” popular “Ingress”, Vampire Tribunals is tailored to take advantage of the geo-location features of smart phones. But instead of monuments and portals, Vampire Tribunals reveals the real world to be filled with vampires and demons living among us. Stay in your neighborhood, zoom out to see the playing field or transport your vampire through the in-game Janus Mirror to attack enemy players all over the world. Players will bite their way through thousands of victims on their iPhone using in-phone navigation as they locate their next prey, with the goal of becoming the world’s most dominant blood-sucking vampire.
In Vampire Tribunals you take the role of an awakened half human, half vampire species knows as damphyr, with the ability to sense demonic vampires that traffic among mankind. Use strategy and stealth to gain power by attacking demons around you or enter the mystical in-game portal known as the Janus Mirror to transport anywhere on the globe to challenge other real world iOS players while seeking out rewards and building your domain.
Players can quickly build a dark union of damphyr allies, establishing a powerful “House” that combines their collective powers to combat oncoming attacks. Use the Deck of Days to overcome your enemies by casting a variety of spells that can cloak you for stealth attacks, rebuff oncoming assailants, and summon protective demons. Continue reading “Vampire Tribunals: mobile game” »
We’re less than 1 month away from the return of The Walking Dead. That’s right, Oct.12th is getting closer. In some recent interviews with EW and Wet Paint, Norman Reedus and Josh McDermitt, shared their thoughts on season 5.
“Wow, he’s trapped in a box, so I think he’s probably pretty feral at the moment,” Reedus told EW.
“This season he’s very much in your face and his shoulders are square to you and he means what he says. He’ll look you in the face. People rely on him now and I think before he thought people would cross the street if he was walking toward you. Now he’s an integral part of the group. People trust him and I think he’s accepted that trust,” he added.
In speaking with Wet Paint, Josh McDermitt (Eugene Porter) had this to say. “Season 5 of TWD will be “insane and intense. I think the tone of this season is going be a lot more intense. … It’s gonna be a fun ride, so, I don’t know that they’re going to just narrow it down and give Eugene his own episode.”
“In terms of tone, everything’s just more intense, more so than anything I’ve ever seen in anything we’ve ever done. It’s wild and it goes a thousand miles an hour and we start to see them as they just hit the ground running. It’s just super intense, dirty, wild, and I think we’re all really proud of it. It’s very exciting.”
With the high ratings of American Horror story the co-creator Ryan Murphy says he’s already mulling over several ideas that would see the show move into a fifth season.
American Horror Story has a tradition of foreshadowing future seasons with Easter eggs and clues, and Murphy says this will likely continue in Season 4’s Freak Show.
In an interview with EW, Murphy stated”I have a couple ideas I really really like. I’m sort of thinking over which ones. I’ll probably spread clues in too.
Murphy previously stated that American Horror Story Season 5 would be “radically different” from previous chapters.
I do know what Season 5 will be about, because it’s a radically different idea from the stuff we’ve been doing and it will take a lot of playing.”
FX has yet to confirm the future of AHS beyond Season 4, but even with Jessica Lange departing after Freak Show, the show seems well placed for a fifth season.
And another remake is in the works from Sony. The original I Know What You Did Last Summer was released in 1997 and the original producer Neil Moritz, will also produce this one.
The story follows a group of teenagers who accidentally kill a man in a hit and run, hide the body, then agree to cover up the crime. However 1 year later,they are stalked by a hook wielding killer who claims to know… wait for it…”I know What You Did Last Summer”.
That movie was followed by sequels which included “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and the straight to DVD (nobody cared) “I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer”.
IFC Midnight’s “At The Devil’s Door” was just released in N.Y and next week it will be released in LA. But right now, we have a new clip for you from this horror/thriller. Check it out!
New photos have arrived to wet the appetites of Vampire Diaries fans everywhere.Check out the 3 we’ve posted below.
TVD 6.01: “I’ll Remember” gives you a taste of what the future holds for Tyler Lockwood, Matt Donovan, Caroline Forbes, Alaric Saltzman and mysterious witch Luke! (FYI: Damon, Elena, Bonnie, and Stefan are not shown in any of the stills — which is sure to raise a lot of questions about these characters.) The Vampire Diaries returns to the CW network Oct.2nd at 8pm.
For those of you not familiar with the strong friendship between Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln, the following Instagram pic says it all! Andrew Lincoln was wished a Happy Birthday on Sept. 14th by his fellow cast member and best friend, Norman Reedus.In the photo, Andrew Lincoln, who portrays Rick Grimes in the show, is crouching and “Pooping” is scribbled on it. Check out the photo, here.
“Happy birthday to one of the best people I know,” Reedus captioned the photo.
Norman Reedus (who plays Daryl Dixon) and Andrew Lincoln are great friends. It will be interesting to know how Lincoln will respond to this.
Lincoln was born in London on Sept. 14, 1973. The actor’s real name is Andrew James Clutterbuck and Lincoln is his stage name.
What do you get when you mix old school Dungeons And Dragons with Cthulhu? According to the Escapist and the writer Venger Satanis you get Revelry In Torth. In the original Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Master’s Guide, Gary Gygax talks about how fantasy and science fiction have deeply influenced his game. In the back, under Appendix N, he writes a list of “inspirational readings”. Not only does he mention famed horror author H.P. Lovecraft, but Gygax specifically lists him as a crucial influence.
The module, written by the awesomely named Venger Satanis, is described as being “sandbox, urban adventure, dark, Conan-esque sword & sorcery, just a hint of sci-fi, and very little gonzo.” In the city of Torth, players will have to navigate a tangled web of conspiracy and scheming as they investigate a murder. Expect to discover earth-shattering secrets that make you question reality along the way. There’s also a backstory involving a huge magical holocaust and possible machine slave revolt that sounds like the right mixture of interesting and insane.
The author hopes for Revelry to be the first in a trilogy, but all that will be decided whether or not he hits the $2,500 funding goal by October 14th. If this sounds like something your tabletop group would enjoy, pitching $7 in the kickstarter gets you both the PDF and a signed print copy of the module, which sounds more than fair.