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Titan announce ‘Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep #1′

Discover the terrifying secrets of Old Yharnam in a brand-new Bloodborne comic series from Titan Comics, which spins out of Japan Studio and Fromsoftware’s critically-acclaimed Bloodborne videogame!

The Bloodborne videogame series debuted on PlayStation 4 in late March 2015, going on to sell more than 2 million copies, as well as expanding the game world with an expansion Dlc, “The Old Hunters” which launched on November 24, 2015. Nominated for eight Golden Joystick Awards, the blood-chilling videogame won “PlayStation 4 Game of the Year” and “Best Original Game” in 2015’s Golden Joystick Awards.

In Titan Comics’ new Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep – written by Ales Kot (Generation Gone, Zero), with art by Piotr Kowalski (Wolfenstein, Dark Souls) – a nameless Hunter awakens in an ancient city where horrific beasts stalk the shadows and the streets run slick with the blood of the damned. Seeking an escape from the endless Night of the Hunt, the Hunter embarks upon a dangerous,
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Titan to bring hit video game Bloodborne to comics

Titan Comics has announced that it is set to bring the critically acclaimed video game Bloodborne to comics with a brand new series entitled Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep, written by Ales Kot (Generation Gone, Zero), with art by Piotr Kowalski (Wolfenstein, Dark Souls).

In Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep a nameless Hunter awakens in an ancient city where horrific beasts stalk the shadows and the streets run slick with the blood of the damned. Seeking an escape from the endless Night of the Hunt, the Hunter embarks upon a dangerous, gore-filled quest with the hopes of ending Yharnam’s twisted endemic.

“Bloodborne is one of my all-time favorite games. I put close to two hundred hours into playing it and researching its universe, and that was before I even knew there would be a comic — I was obsessed,” said Bloodborne writer Ales Kot. “I am honored to be working within the Bloodborne universe.
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7 Facts You Didn't Know About American Horror Story

Since it premiered in 2011, American Horror Story has been one of the wildest shows on TV.

There have been sexy ghosts, unsexy ghosts, Nazis, aliens, ghosts that only come out on Halloween, witches, sexy Frankensteins, ghosts that only come out during the Blood Moon, circus performers, killer clowns,

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‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’ Sets the Stage for Third and Final Film

‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’ Sets the Stage for Third and Final Film
A couple of years ago, we reviewed a movie called Volumes of Blood and loved it. It was a great exercise in true independent filmmaking coming out of Kentucky. The same team is back again to bring us the second installment of this indie franchise-in-the-making, entitled Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories. Dark Cuts in association with Blood Moon […]
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Horror Highlights: The Gracefield Incident Q&A, Volumes Of Blood: Horror Stories, Famous Monsters Of Filmland at Comic-Con

  • DailyDead
In today's Horror Highlights, we have a Q&A with The Gracefield Incident at Mathieu Ratthe, new stills from Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories, and details on Famous Monsters of Filmland's presence at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Mathieu. How and when did you first come up with the idea for The Gracefield Incident?

Mathieu Ratthe: First of all, thank you, Derek, for your interest in our film. I wanted to create a suspenseful story that scared the crap out of the audience, but also made them emotionally involved, which is really tough to do in this kind of movie, but I think we achieved it pretty well in our film.

The conceptual idea (or I liked to call it the “technique”) came after I realized how many days I was given to shoot our film with the budget that I had.
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Giveaway – Win Talisman Digital Bundle Edition

To celebrate the Talisman (Digital Edition) appearing on the Bundle Stars “Bundlefest” for the next two weeks, we’ve got the full Talisman Digital Bundle Pack to giveaway thanks to the people over at Bundle Stars.

Included in this pack is:- Talisman: Digital Edition, Complete Runestone Deck, The Highland Expansion, The Dungeon Expansion, The Firelands Expansion, The Blood Moon Expansion, The City Expansion, The Sacred Pool Expansion, The Reaper Expansion Pack, The Frostmarch Expansion, The Nether Realm Expansion.

Also included is:- Character Pack #1 – Exorcist, Character Pack #2 – Courtesan, Character Pack #3 – Devil’s Minion, Character Pack #4 – Genie, Character Pack #5 – Martyr, Character Pack #6 – Gambler, Character Pack #7 – Black Witch, Character Pack #8 – Apprentice Mage, Character Pack #9 – Shape Shifter, Character Pack #10 – Shaman, Character Pack #11 – Illusionist, Character Pack #12 – Jester, Character Pack #13 – Goblin Shaman, Character Pack #14 – Martial Artist, Character Pack #15 – Saracen.

Developed for PC and Mac​ by Nomad Games, you take on the role of a heroic adventurer,
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Joe Corallo: Powerless And Super

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Back in February, a new comics publisher debuted called Vault Comics They hit the ground running with Fissure by Tim Daniel and Patricio Delpeche. Focusing on telling fresh, fast paced science fiction and fantasy stories, Vault has managed the Herculean feat of launching six different comic book series within three months and I’ve picked up all of them.

One of those series, Powerless, gives us a fresh take on the idea of superheroes; something you’ll rarely hear me say. I got the chance to talk with Powerless creator/writer David M. Booher and artist Nathan C. Gooden.

Joe Corallo: Let’s start with the basics. For those who aren’t familiar, what’s each of your elevator pitches for Powerless?

David Booher: Tough question because I could go on for days about this story. Here’s the 37-second pitch: We’ve flipped the idea of superpowers on its head.
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Joe Corallo: Powerless And Super

  • Comicmix
Back in February, a new comics publisher debuted called Vault Comics. They hit the ground running with Fissure by Tim Daniel and Patricio Delpeche. Focusing on telling fresh, fast paced science fiction and fantasy stories, Vault has managed the Herculean feat of launching six different comic book series within three months and I’ve picked up all of them.

One of those series, Powerless, gives us a fresh take on the idea of superheroes; something you’ll rarely hear me say. I got the chance to talk with Powerless creator/writer David M. Booher and artist Nathan C. Gooden.

Joe Corallo: Let’s start with the basics. For those who aren’t familiar, what’s each of your elevator pitches for Powerless?

David Booher: Tough question because I could go on for days about this story. Here’s the 37-second pitch: We’ve flipped the idea of superpowers on its head.
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Surprise feature revealed in latest 7 Days to Die Alpha 16 update video

The Fun Pimps’ Joel Huenink returns this week with an extra long video and brings more news for the Alpha 16 update of the popular zombie survival game 7 Days to Die. This week we are treated to the unveiling of a surprise feature that will really challenge the masochistic survivalists, new water visuals, a look at the new zombie vulture and much more. Watch the new update video below…

Joel starts this week’s video by revealing the surprise feature. When starting a new game players will notice a new option called ‘Blood Moon Count’, this count can allow the player to select how many zombies appear per survivor on each Blood Moon. Between 4 and 32 zombies per player can be selected so if there are two players in a game then you can expect to face 64 zombies knocking on your door. Alpha 16 will still keep the increasing stages of difficulty based
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American Horror Story season 6: Roanoke Chapter 10

Ron Hogan Nov 21, 2016

American Horror Story Roanoke is a credit to this show's renewed focus on story. Here's our spoiler-filled finale review...

This review contains spoilers.

See related Trespass Against Us trailer, with Michael Fassbender Justin Kurzel interview: Macbeth, Breaking Bad, Snowtown

Every time American Horror Story delves into a different genre of show, they've hit it dead on the nose every time. My Roanoke Nightmare was perfect; the reunion reality show was completely accurate even as it went off the rails. Chapter 10 bypasses both conceits by throwing a mixed bag of genres at the screen. The show's segments are, in no particular order, a true crime show, a series of YouTube videos, a confessional prime-time celebrity interview, and best of all, a ridiculous ghost-hunting show with a dead accurate presentation.

It's not just that the three shows (Crack'd, The Lana Winters Special, and Ghost Chasers) look right, they breathe
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American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 10 Review: Chapter 10

  • TVfanatic
If you thought that American Horror Story would cap their shows-within-the show at only two... well, American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 10 definitely proved you wrong.

Rather than moving beyond the camera lens for the season finale, the majority of "Chapter 10" told the end of the Roanoke saga through the eyes of three new, distinct reality shows.

When the season began, way back on the American Horror Story Season 6 Premiere, who would have guessed that Lee Harris would end up being the sole survivor and central character? Not me, that's for sure.

But through it all, Lee did emerge as the de facto main character, and Adina Porter did an incredible job with taking a complicated, problematic character and imbuing her with sympathy and depth.

Leaving off on American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 9, I assumed that we'd see Lee get some kind of comeuppance for her various crimes. As it turned out,
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‘American Horror Story’ Season Finale Recap: ‘Chapter 10’ Reveals the True Survivor of ‘Roanoke’

‘American Horror Story’ Season Finale Recap: ‘Chapter 10’ Reveals the True Survivor of ‘Roanoke’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen Season 6, episode 10 of “American Horror Story,” titled “Chapter 10.”

In a single hour, “American Horror Story” managed to jam in another true-crime documentary, a journalistic special, and a ghost-hunting show… all while bringing a close to Lee’s tumultuous story. And in the end, we find out who really survived the events of “Roanoke’s” horror: Not Lee, but her daughter, Flora.

We start the episode with an almost strange retrospective, looking back at a more innocent time. The cast of “My Roanoke Nightmare” gathers for a Paleyfest panel, even featuring Trixie Mattel, and it seems to lampoon the event that TV industryites and fans know all too well, with the audience screaming in excitement to Rory’s canned answer on what his favorite color is. The scene, jarringly different in tone from the rest of the episode, is meant to show just how big a phenomenon “My
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American Horror Story season 6: Roanoke Chapter 9 review

Ron Hogan Nov 14, 2016

American Horror Story: Roanoke went full Blair Witch in Chapter 9. Here's our spoiler-filled review of the latest satisfying episode...

This review contains spoilers.

See related Power Rangers, boob armour, and impractical costumes

I watched this episode of American Horror Story through clenched fingers. No, that's not because it was scary (though it was pretty scary at times). Having flirted with Pov cameras in limited amounts this season, American Horror Story goes full-on Blair Witch in Chapter 9, which features a whole, whole lot of shaking camera, running, screaming, and tearful pre-death apologies. It's a lot to handle if you're even slightly motion sensitive.

Unfortunately for me, I'm highly motion sensitive. I get carsick if I try to read in a moving vehicle. I've listened to Cloverfield. I had to take medication after trying to watch As Above, So Below. I bought and gave away the video game Doom
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Taissa Farmiga Finally Made Her American Horror Story: Roanoke Debut!

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Ever since we found out Taissa Farmiga would be appearing on American Horror Story: Roanoke, we've been on the lookout. Not every person is immediately recognizable on the show, so the internet has been abuzz that she may have popped up in several unexpected places. The Ahs vet finally turned up during episode nine, as one of three My Roanoke Nightmare superfans (alongside Jon Bass and Glee's Jacob Artist) who goes to the Roanoke house to get some exclusive footage on the night of the Blood Moon. No spoilers, but it goes very poorly. Related:An Ode to Tate and Violet, the Only American Horror Story Couple That Matters
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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: ‘Chapter 9’ Finds Newcomers to Scare

‘American Horror Story’ Recap: ‘Chapter 9’ Finds Newcomers to Scare
Spoiler Alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen Season 6, episode 9 of “American Horror Story,” titled “Chapter 9.”

Okay, everyone: get your “American Horror Story: Trump Presidency” jokes out of the way now. Yes, you too, Cheyenne Jackson.

This week’s installment of “Roanoke,” in fact, introduces three young people who probably didn’t vote for Donald Trump: Todd, Milo, and a familiar face to “American Horror Story” fans, Taissa Farmiga as Sophie. But, alas: Like so many others, Sophie will go on to die on the cursed lands.

The three friends, fanatics of the “My Roanoke Nightmare” documentary (analyzing the show, Sophie theorizes that the real villain is racism), embark on a mission to get more Instagram followers by visiting the haunted house. But their light-hearted trek takes a turn once they happen upon a bloodied woman, who they follow through the woods to a crashed car — the scene of the accident that killed
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4 Theories About Who Taissa Farmiga Is Playing on American Horror Story: Roanoke

  • BuzzSugar
Image Source: Everett Collection With only two episodes left in the sixth season of American Horror Story, we're shocked that we still haven't met several of the season's major players. At this point, three reportedly confirmed stars are still missing: Matt Bomer, Taissa Farmiga, and Jacob Artist. Seeing as Farmiga was a part of the original season one cast (and had a pretty great role on Coven), her return has perhaps been one of the most anticipated of the season. And yet, we can't seem to track her down! In the ensuing frenzy, viewers have been seeing her in all kinds of places. And the thing is, we can't currently give a definitive answer as to whether they are or aren't her. Let's review. Related:American Horror Story: Who's Still Alive on Roanoke, and Who Will Survive?Did You Catch Finn Wittrock on American Horror Story This Week?The
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Who Will Survive American Horror Story: Roanoke? An Updated Ranking of the Housemates' Odds

Who Will Survive American Horror Story: Roanoke? An Updated Ranking of the Housemates' Odds
When American Horror Story: Roanoke delivered its big twist two weeks ago, revealing that both the real-life My Roanoke Nightmare players and those playing them on the faux show-within-the-show would be moving into the hellish farmhouse together to wait out the Blood Moon, and only one was making it out alive, we did what any good TV fanatics would do and got to ranking the characters' odds. We predicted that poor cuckold Matt would be the last man standing. And then we were swiftly proven wrong. During last week's bloodbath of an episode, nearly half of the characters met their untimely—and grisly—end. Dimwitted actor Rory (Evan Peters) was confirmed dead after being stabbed and hoisted up into a...
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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Chapter 7 Turns Villains Into Worm Food

‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Chapter 7 Turns Villains Into Worm Food
Spoiler Alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen Season 6, episode 7 of “American Horror Story,” titled “Chapter 7.”

Previously, on “American Horror Story”: The true villain of Season 6 was revealed to be sociopathic reality TV producer Sidney James.

Currently, on “American Horror Story”: We’re down one cast member, the too-ginger-for-this-world Rory Monahan, who played Edward in “My Roanoke Nightmare.” He was killed to death by the Murder Twin Nurses.

In the “Return to Roanoke” production trailer outside, Sid is watching Matt and Dominic’s fistfight but misses Rory’s death even though it’s right on the screen in front of him.

A production assistant screams outside; Sid finds her gushing arterial blood from a slashed throat but makes sure to get the camera guy to come out to get it on camera. It’s the Butcher! Or rather, Crazy Agnes, who played the Butcher and got a little too deep. She
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That Maddening Twist on American Horror Story: Roanoke, Explained

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Warning: contains spoilers! This week, American Horror Story confirmed what we long suspected: My Roanoke Nightmare is just the beginning of the terror. The season's sixth episode finally unleashed the epic plot twist that had been teased for weeks. After breaking the fourth wall and subtly hinting at Cheyenne Jackson's character, we learned that the next part of the show will focus on the aftermath of My Roanoke Nightmare and the planned sequel, called Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell. Let's break it down. So, basically, in the "reality" of the American Horror Story universe, My Roanoke Nightmare was a raging success. The show earned tons of accolades, millions and millions of viewers, a huge social media following, and, of course, a new season. Jackson's character, a producer named Sidney, has a brilliant idea: take everyone, including the real people and the actors who played them, and put
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