Review: The Frozen Pines

Synopsis:  Occult investigators venture into a shady world of Native American antique collectors and Wendigo offspring in hopes of uncovering powerful artifacts in the New English countryside.   Review: When not working on his PbtA revamped indie-in-the making tabletop game Persona, James Austin has just started developing a line of Cthulhu pre-made scenarios for the Miskatonic Repository, a … Continue reading Review: The Frozen Pines

Review: Until the Cows Come Home

Synopsis: Adventurers are given the unenviable task of retrieving a few of Mother Haggle's prized bovine specimen along the edge of the Misty Forest, tempting fate with a chance to be whisked away to the Domains of Dread.  Review: Like much of his other work, Oliver Clegg's introductory adventure Until the Cows Come Home is a nice tale of … Continue reading Review: Until the Cows Come Home

Monster of the Week: Infected

While Danny Boyle’s 2002 post-apocalyptic horror film 28 Days Later may not have introduced the world to fast zombies (Lifeforce or Return of the Living Dead, both from 1985 have their proponents, although there is debate over even these), it certainly was a much needed injection into the genre, redefining how audiences would come to … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Infected

Monster of the Week: Freddy Krueger

I vaguely remember the first time I saw Nightmare on Elm Street - I was a kid, maybe nine or ten years old and my big sister teased me into watching it with her, which I did. You can probably imagine how the rest of that night went - me running out of the living … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Freddy Krueger