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Gentile Gets Paranormal on Your PC

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Lou Gentile's Paranormal Tube (click for larger image)The internet is quickly turning into horror’s hot spot. Wouldn’t it be great to have a place online where fans could gather and watch the type of programming that they could sink their teeth into, while chatting with other fans from across the globe?

There already are a few sites which offer this kind of service a couple of nights a week, but what if such a service were on 24/7? Better yet, what if said service was absolutely free?

Sound cool? Of course it does! What else would you expect from paranormal specialist Lou Gentile? On the morning of October, 31st he’ll be launching his new broadband service Paranormal Tube!

I have been involved with many projects this year and my latest is one which I am extremely proud of. It is now ready for everyone to enjoy! As I did back in 1998 with Paranormal Internet Radio, I am hoping this will be a trend setter, and will help to expand peoples minds about what you can do on the Internet and how to be creative.” says Gentile. “This project is the Internet”s FIRST 24/7 Paranormal Internet T.V. Station that brings you The Paranormal, Ghosts, Investigators, Investigations, Horror Movies, Independent Films & Documentaries, Unique Content and so much more! Please check out the website that just went LIVE and make sure you register in the forums for discussion and access to chat when the stations stream goes LIVE! Tuesday October 31st, 2006 @ 12:01AM (Eastern Time) HALLOWEEN MORNING! You will be able to Watch the Station & Chat at the same time with fellow fans and have fun all for FREE!!!”

Make sure you hit off the official Paranormal Tube’s website and send them off a friend request on MySpace!

C’ya in the chats! I’ll bring the popcorn!

Uncle Creepy

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Gameplay Footage From THE SINKING CITY Revealed in New Video

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Frogwares has released their first Q&A video for The Sinking City, their open world action/adventure game that draws heavily upon the works and themes of H.P. Lovecraft. In the video, Community Manager Sergey Oganesyan tackles several questions that the developer has received via various social media platforms. To supplement the answers, footage from the game has been added which gives a taste as to how the game will play out.

In Oganesyan’s own words, “The Sinking City is a third person open world game which takes place in the 1920’s United States and it is heavily inspired by Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Yes, we do have a city, Oakmont, that you can explore at your will.

“In terms of gameplay, it’s more of a detective game, so you will be solving crimes and unveiling numerous dark crimes and secrets of Oakmont and its people. You know, investigating crime scenes, talking to witnesses, tracking down killers… All of that in a supernatural and often hostile environment. But The Sinking City also has, at the same time, a proper combat system. We have guns, we have weapons, we have traps, we have complimentary skills for you to unlock. And, of course, we have monsters that will haunt you all over the city.

“How long is it going to take you to beat the game? We’re aiming for around 30, maybe 40 hours of playtime. That is if you want to complete the main quest and a majority of side quests. But you can easily go above that if you’re a completionist or just want to see all the different endings.

To learn more about The Sinking City, make sure to read our interviews with Narrative Lead Sergey Ten and Concept Artist Andrey Roscha.

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Will Stephen King’s THE LONG WALK Make a Good Movie?

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I often ask friends and family what Stephen King book they would like to see adapted for the big screen and 9/10 times they always answer The Long Walk. True story.

I have yet to read the book myself, which was published under King’s famous pseudonym Richard Bachman, but it is always high on my must-read list.

And I’d better get to it sooner rather than later as today we have word via THR that the book is being adapted into a film from screenwriter James Vanderbilt (The Amazing Spider-Man, White House Down).

Vanderbilt will produce with Bradley Fischer and William Sherak and Mythology Entertainment’s Tracey Nyberg will executive produce for New Line Cinema.

Do you think Stephen King’s The Long Walk will make a good movie? Let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

Synopsis:

First published in 1979, Long Walk is set in a future dystopian America ruled by an authoritarian. The country holds an annual walking contest in which 100 teens must journey, non-stop and under strict rules, until only one of them is still standing alive to receive the prize. The story told of a 16-year-old walker named Raymond Garraty and the teens — some good, some bad, some mysterious — in his orbit.

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Here Are All the Horror Titles Hitting Netflix in May

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While it’s nothing to really write home about, Netflix just announced all of their horror titles set to hit the streaming giant this May, including Cargo starring Martin Freeman.

On top of that title, other flicks and shows hitting this May include Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Scream 2, The Reaping, DesolationKong: King of the Apes: Season 2, and the first season of their new zombie-horror series The Rain.

You can check out the full list below and then make sure to hit us up and let us know which titles YOU are looking forward to checking out the most this May in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

May 1

  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army
  • Scream 2
  • The Reaping

May 4

  • Anon
  • End Game
  • Kong: King of the Apes: Season 2
  • The Rain: Season 1

May 8

  • Desolation

May 18

  • Cargo

Cargo Synopsis:

Stranded in rural Australia in the aftermath of a violent pandemic, an infected father desperately searches for a new home for his infant child and a means to protect her from his own changing nature.

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