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Friday the 13th: The Game – Listen to The Pamela Tapes

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Since Friday the 13th: The Game (review) came out months ago gamers have been hungrily trying to find the ever elusive Pamela Tapes. These in-game collectibles are the rarest of the rare and no one really knows whether or not there’s a trick to finding them or it’s just pure random luck. It’s proven to be quite the mystery.

The Pamela Tapes are comprised of different recordings of the conversation that Mrs. Voorhees has with detectives soon after the disappearance of Jason in the Fifties. But that’s not the only reason why they’re so damned cool… the script for them was written by none other than Tom McLoughlin (Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives), and he puts his franchise cred to work by crafting a compelling tale of Jason, his mom, and yes, even his dad, Elias Voorhees.

Jennifer Ann Burton (“Criminal Minds,” “The Office”) stars as Mrs. Voorhees, alongside Dave Fennoy (The Walking Dead: A Telltale Series Season 1, World of Warcraft) as Detective Joe Maddery and John DeMita (Resident Evil: Vendetta, “Dragon Ball Super”) as Chief Kelley.

Reknowned GTA V modder Paul Phoenix somehow collected the recordings and compiled them in the video you see below. If you’re a non-gamer and curious by all means give it a listen. If not, it’s kind of cool to wait until you’ve found them yourselves.

Friday the 13th: The Game is a third-person horror, survival game where players take on the role of a teen counselor or, for the first time ever, Jason Voorhees. It’s built on a multiplayer platform, with one team playing the counselors and one person playing Voorhees. The former have to find a way to survive either by hiding or escaping. Jason’s role is simple: kill everyone.

Gun Media has officially announced physical copies for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are on their way! The physical copies will be coming out on perhaps the most appropriate date ever: Friday, October 13th, and will cost $40 upon release. A bonus feature for the physical disc will be a free Bloody Jason Skin for all playable Jasons and free pack of clothing for each of the playable camp counselors.

BUY IT NOW FOR XBOX ONE AND PS4!

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Lionsgate Actively Developing The Blair Witch Project TV Series

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Recently it was announced via Deadline that Lionsgate is gathering together digital content for their new brand Studio L.

In today’s fast-changing media landscape, Lionsgate is committed to creating and distributing various types of content for next-generation audiences with some of the most exciting creative voices and innovative partners in our industry,” said Studio L Executive Vice President Seth Laderman.

He continues: “The projects announced today signal our commitment to finding stand-out material, incubating new talent, and delivering authentic storytelling. We will also continue to cultivate and foster fresh opportunities with existing Lionsgate properties, all built around Studio L’s low-risk, high-reward distribution model.

One of the “existing Lionsgate properties” he’s talking about is evidently a TV series based on Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez classic found footage flick The Blair Witch Project. No further details about the series are known at this time but we will make sure to keep you guys up to date as news pours in.

Are you excited about a TV series based on The Blair Witch Project? Let us know below!

Synopsis:

Found video footage tells the tale of three film students (Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard, Michael C. Williams) who’ve traveled to a small town to collect documentary footage about the Blair Witch, a legendary local murderer. Over the course of several days, the students interview townspeople and gather clues to support the tale’s veracity. But the project takes a frightening turn when the students lose their way in the woods and begin hearing horrific noises.

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Stephen King’s IT Star Jeremy Ray Taylor and More Join Goosebumps 2

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GoosebumpsI was a big fan of the Jack Black Goosebumps movie that came out a few years back. Makes sense. I was a big fan of the R.L. Stine book series as a kid.

It’s with this in mind I’m excited about the upcoming Goosebump 2 and today we have an update on the film via Variety.

Turns out the kid cast of the sequel has been gathered together, and leading the pack will be chubby Ben from Stephen King’s IT aka Jeremy Ray Taylor.

On top of Taylor, the other child in the cast include Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Ben O’Brien (Manchester by the Sea), and Caleel Harris (“Castle Rock”).

While we don’t know any details regarding the sequel’s plot, Variety suspects it will “focus on iconic characters and storylines featured in the Goosebumps series.”

Ari Sandel is developing the project with Neal H. Moritz and Deborah Forte producing.

We’ll let you know when we hear more. What did you think of the original film and how excited are you for Goosebumps 2? Let us know below!

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Attack of the Mushroom People Attacks Amazon Prime

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We don’t typically get excited about press releases wanting to the world to know a 55-year-old monster movie has just been made available for free to Amazon Prime subscribers, but when that movie is Attack of the Mushroom People

Not familiar with this trippy 1963 creature feature from longtime Godzilla director Ishiro Honda? If you thought Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster was the pinnacle of bizarro Toho filmmaking, then you’ve never seen Matango, aka Attack of the Mushroom People.

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After a yacht is damaged in a storm, its boarders stranded on a deserted island take refuge in a mysterious fungus-covered boat. With nothing else to eat, some members of the shipwrecked party begin to ingest mysterious mushrooms, transforming them into hideous monsters.

By “hideous monsters” they quite literally mean “mushroom people” that look like something Sid & Marty Krofft would have come up in the 1970’s had they ever attempted a Lovecraft-themed kid’s show.

H.P. Pufnstuf?

SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce they have just released this fungal fright flick on Amazon Prime in the United States and United Kingdom.

Well, you gonna drop some shrooms or not?

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