I’ve already gone on enough about how great Night Slashers is (and I’m still not done). It was only a matter of time before I ended up talking to Alex about it and naturally he felt the urge to play it immediately. Watch as he embraces the darkness that was always within him. Enjoy!
After having the time of my life playing Night Slashers on Halloween night I still had the itch for more horror themed games. I went through the game library and stumbled onto Golly! Ghost! I can’t even describe what I saw once I started playing. I can only assume that this was supposed to be a shooting game with a gun accessory. I also wouldn’t be surprised if the game was flat out broken. All I know for sure is that ghosts don’t have teeth and ghosts don’t look like hamburgers. Enjoy if you can!
I’m still playing Night Slashers and the more I play it the more I love it. Okay, yes it is just a basic beat em up but there is something about it that sucks me in. Then I figure out the super moves and my head explodes. Enjoy!
After the Trick or Treating with the boys and getting everyone to sleep I had a craving for some Halloween themed arcade action. I scrolled through the catalog of games and stumbled onto Night Slashers. I figured it would just be a typical beat ’em up. I was dead wrong. This game was everything that I wanted and more. Enjoy!
So a funny thing happened over the weekend. A video that I had posted to Facebook of my kids playing with a projection of spiders went viral! In 4 days it jumped to 1 million views. Over the years Chris and I have worked extremely hard making dozens of videos hoping to get noticed. Once in a while something would hit and get us in the tens of thousands and we’d do jumping jacks. Meanwhile all I had to do was record my kids playing with some spiders for a minute and it goes viral almost instantly. The internet is a fickle beast. Enjoy and Happy Halloween!
A few weeks ago Ryan and Chris ventured back out to Cherry Hill, New Jersey for Monster-Mania Con 22. Last year’s Monster-Mania 19 (they do several each year) was the first event that we covered and it was a blast. I couldn’t attend, but Ryan admirably filled in. There were indie movie makers, cosplay and a lot of other stuff. Enjoy!
As we continue to post out full archive of videos onto this site, we take a look back at the first convention we covered, MonsterMania 19 in Cherry Hill, NJ. There was plenty to do and a lot of people to see, as we spoke to Ernie Hudson from Ghostbusters, Chris Sarandon from Fright Night and the Princess Bride, Alex Vincent from Child’s Play among others. We had a great time there and it definitely gave us some time to figure out what the hell we were doing. Enjoy.