About Marcos Codas

Paraguayan-Canadian multimedia producer, filmmaker writer and game developer. Former Assistant Editor at Dread Central, currently operating as Business Development Consultant for Dread Central and Epic Pictures Group. Reviews, news and columns on representation, diversity and inclusion. Find him on Twitter @MarcosCodas

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October 7, 2021
Today, we speak with Sidequest’s Jambo. Sidequest is a group of gaming folk dedicated to doing good in the community.
September 9, 2021
Our very own @MarcosCodas sits down with Demonic’s Carly Pope to talk about filming in Vancouver and reaching the next level in life.
Takashi Shimizu 'Howling Village'
September 3, 2021
‘The Grudge’ director Takashi Shimizu shares how Japan’s eerie locations influenced his new film ‘Howling Village’ in our exclusive interview.
September 1, 2021
Marcos takes a look at some of his favorite Hispanic horror films, and tells you why they would be fantastic horror games.
August 31, 2021
Our @MarcosCodas shares some of his favorite Hispanic horror films, and why they’d make killer games.
August 18, 2021
The conversation around having an “Easy Mode” on video games has been bubbling again. Here are my thoughts as a game developer and IGDA member.
August 17, 2021
Today, our @marcoscodas talks about accessibility in games as a game developer, journalist and gamer.
August 11, 2021
Want to enter the world of gaming as a career? Here’s a few resources on how to join the Gaming Industry as a Hispanic or Latinx.
August 10, 2021
Are you a Hispanic or Latinx looking to join the gaming industry? Our own @marcoscodas compiles some resources for you!
August 6, 2021
In the latest DREAD on DREAD, Our very own @FunWithHorror talks to @marcoscodas about his favorite movies from the 2010s, diversity in (and out of) cinema and more!
August 4, 2021
Growing up as a nerd in the UK in the 80s meant one thing: BBC Micro. In Paraguay? Well, not so much.
August 3, 2021
Growing up as a nerd in the UK in the 80s meant the BBC Micro. For @marcosCodas, in Paraguay? Not so much. A brief history of PCs and gaming in education!