Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Film On the Way
This is some news I wasn’t expecting at all. The 80’s/90’s horror book, Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, will be converted into film soon. CBS Films has accepted a pitch by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the two writers responsible for Saw.
No word on who will direct, which of the stories will be included in the film, or really anything else right now, but this is exciting news, nonetheless.
(via Huffington Post)

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Film On the Way

This is some news I wasn’t expecting at all. The 80’s/90’s horror book, Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, will be converted into film soon. CBS Films has accepted a pitch by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the two writers responsible for Saw.

No word on who will direct, which of the stories will be included in the film, or really anything else right now, but this is exciting news, nonetheless.

(via Huffington Post)

90’s Nostalgia: The Tales from the Crypt Saturday Morning Game Show

So when I was five years old, Tales from the Crypt was a pretty fucking huge deal for HBO. My father always watched it and I was kind of always around to squeal or run away from his television set while it played, but the memories and nostalgia always lingered of the Crypt Keeper and his fucked up tales of horror. But something crossed my mind the other day and I don’t think many people remember this, but do you remember the Crypt Keeper’s gameshow?

I hardly do. With the help of Google/Wikipedia/YouTube, I’m watching it over and thinking: How in the fuck did this crazy ass Saturday morning children’s game show air, of all networks, on CBS? And how did it last for one year?

The show was called Secrets of the Crypt Keeper’s Haunted House, and it involved kids going through physical challenges, Legend of the Hidden Temple style. They had a section of the challenge titled “The Swamp From Hell and used a shit ton of bad CGI to animate it.

Thanks to a user on YouTube, an episode is on the Internet to peep in three different parts. I guess the uploader, bojibbles, was a contestent on the show. Enjoy this hidden gem with me, because my brain doesn’t want to shit bricks alone at remembering this show at random.

A Little Bit On The Super Soaker Side: Super Soaker: The Thin Wet Line is an incredibly epic short film/ad by Valiant Pictures. I wish squirt gun fights were even remotely as awesome as this back in the day. Instead, we just squirted the shit out of each other, refilled our guns maybe three or four times, then went inside for popsicles and Nicktoons.

You know what? The more I think about it, real life was kind of way better.

(via TDW)

Collector’s Corner: David shows off a box packed full of fast food toys. You know you had a box like this growing up.
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Collector’s Corner: David shows off a box packed full of fast food toys. You know you had a box like this growing up.

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A Little Bit On: Campbell Whyte [Interview]

Campbell Whyte is an Australian artist whose work is infused with pop culture nostalgia and a stylish sense of whimsy. He’s probably most well known for his 8 Bit Dreams project where he’s doing an illustration for each of the original 799 games released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. He’s already finished illustrations for each game made in 1985, 1986, 1987 and he’s just recently wrapped up 1988 which you can peep here.

Hit the jump for our full interview with this bad dude.

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