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How Dungeons & Dragons' Next Sourcebook Expands Its View of Horror

Ravenloft is one of Dungeons & Dragons’ most iconic settings—its go-to source for all things spooky and horrifying. But, as iconic as figures like Strahd Von Zarovich and the gothic lands of Barovia are, they’re only one flavor of horror the plane has to offer. A new D&D campaign sourcebook wants to open up new…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Dungeons Dragons, Vampire, Ravenloft, Horror fiction, Gothic fiction, Curse Of Strahd, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Strahd Von Zarovich, Rudolph Van Richten, Dungeons Dragons Campaign Settings, Wes Schneider


How to Get a Kid to Stop Rambling Too Much About Their Favorite Video Game

Several years ago, a friend’s son—who was about eight years old at the time—asked me if he could tell me something about Minecraft. My own son wasn’t yet old enough to be playing games like Minecraft, so knowing basically nothing about it, I said that of course he could tell me. I leaned in with my undivided attention…Read more...
Tags: Films, Minecraft, Lifehacks, Human Interest, Rise Blood Hunter, Luann Ryon, American Films, Draft12 Characters In Search Of An Apocalypse, Minecraft My






32 Comfort Movies We Watch When We're Stressed

This year was supposed to be better than last year, but apparently 2021 didn’t get the memo. The world is still just as tumultuous, and we’re all still just as frazzled by nerves, overwhelmed by the news, and as desperate to find some kind of escape. For the past year, we’ve had little else to do but retreat into…Read more...
Tags: Home, Science, Films, Rise, David Murphy, Alice Bradley, My Neighbor Totoro, Mystery Science Theater, House Of 1000 Corpses, Meghan Walbert, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Entertainment Culture


32 Movies That Will Help You Chill the Eff Out

This year was supposed to be better than last year, but apparently 2021 didn’t get the memo. The world is still just as tumultuous, and we’re all still just as frazzled by nerves, overwhelmed by the news, and desperate to find some kind of escape.Well, for the past year, we’ve had little else to do but retreat into…Read more...
Tags: Home, Films, Lifehacks, Rise, David Murphy, Alice Bradley, Beth Skwarecki, My Neighbor Totoro, Mystery Science Theater, House Of 1000 Corpses, Meghan Walbert, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Entertainment Culture


The Stand Ended With a Wheeze, Despite the Hand of Stephen King

From its earliest episodes, we already knew weren’t all that jazzed on CBS All Access’ new take on Stephen King’s The Stand. But the fact that King himself penned a new prologue as part of the final episode, “The Circle Closes,” made us curious enough to stick with it. Was it worth it? Well...Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fiction, Stephen King, Cbs, Randall Flagg, The Stand, Creative Works, Rise Blood Hunter


The Out-of-Touch Adults' Guide To Kid Culture: Lady Dimitrescu and Silhouettes

This week’s trip into the hidden country of young people features a grab bag of internet randomness. I’m going to define some slang, tell you how pervy men ruin everything online, and introduce you to an internet star who got famous while she was asleep. All that, plus a nine-foot-tall vampire babe.Read more...
Tags: Films, Lifehacks, Songs, Over, All That, Tiktok, English Language Films, Lady Dimitrescu, Rise Blood Hunter, American Films


Ben Wheatley's In the Earth Is the First Great Horror Movie of 2021

Made during a pandemic, with a fictional pandemic slithering around a story that taps into both the spiritual powers of nature and the mental effects of isolation, In the Earth uniquely captures the mood we’ve been clawing our way through for nearly a year now. It’s freaky, but it feels alarmingly relatable too.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Earth, The Forest, Ben Wheatley, The Lodge, Horror Film, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Technology_internet


Genre Movies to Chase Those Cobra Kai Highs

Science fiction is about the unbelievable. The impossible. Things most people wouldn’t equate with a show about aging karate champions and their students. And yet, that Cobra Kai not only exists, but is so freaking good, is unbelievable. It is impossible. And that, along with the mountains of nostalgia the show…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, It, Hawk, Karate, Kai, COBRA, The Karate Kid, Cobra Kai, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Technology_internet


Could One More Ghostbusters Icon Be Joining Afterlife?

Richard Kelly still wants to get his Rod Serling biopic off the ground—and a sequel to Donnie Darko. Gaten Matarazzo teases big scares for the next season of Stranger Things. Plus, Jeff Nichols talks about his Alien Nation reboot, and what’s to come on Nancy Drew and Charmed. Spoilers, away!Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Ghostbusters, Rod Serling, Nancy Drew, Jeff Nichols, Richard Kelly, Creative Works, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter, Donnie Darko Gaten Matarazzo