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15 Scary Moments in Non-Horror Games



It’s that time of the year again where many people watch horror movies and play horror video games to get into the Halloween spirit. But some of the most creepiest, weirdest, and most disturbing moments have occurred in non-horror games. This is 15 scary moments that have occurred in non-horror games in no particular order.

1. The Morgue Scene in Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)

The Scarecrow

The Scarecrow

Batman is already a dark character, but Rocksteady Studios decided to amp up the scariness in the morgue scene of Batman: Arkham Asylum. When Batman arrives at the morgue, the hallways are filled with roaches, the freezer doors in the morgue open and close, and the sounds of spooky whispers echo throughout the room. It’s nothing too scary at first, but when players leave the room it loops back to the same room. This time three body bags sit on the tables. The only way to further the game is to open these body bags. Batman discovers the body of his dead parents who wake up to ridicule and blame him for their deaths. When Batman opens up the final bag, Scarecrow pops out and forces him into a strange hallucination where Batman has to sneak past a large Scarecrow in a large obstacle course. It’s one of the most unexpected moments in gaming.

2. The Cannibals of Andale in Fallout 3 (2008)

The cannibals of Andale


Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic world of Fallout is full of many horrors and dangers. Wonderers will encounter super mutants, killer robots, giant fire-breathing ants, mutant scorpions, raiders, death claws, and much more. But what makes the town of Andale scary is the mystery behind it. When players arrive at the town, the residents are very welcoming and they invite players to dinner. But as players talk to all the residents and explore the town, something doesn’t feel right. One resident even warns players to get out while they can. If players dare, they can venture into the basement to uncover the town’s mystery. It turns out the player is the dinner. Not only do the residents inbreed, the residents capture and consume their guests. The basement is covered in blood and full of dismembered body parts. When players discover this dark secret, the residents of the town become hostile and attack the players.

3. Lavender Town in Pokemon Red & Blue (1998)

Who you gonna call?

Who you gonna call?

Perhaps the most well known moment on this list, Lavendar Town has become an online phenomenon with its many mysteries and stories. It is said that the theme song to the town in the original Pokemon Red and Green was so hi-pitched that it drove many children in Japan to commit suicide. But even if that’s a fictional story, the town does revolve around death and ghosts. Trainers from around the region go to this town to mourn the death of their beloved companion. This shows children that even in the world of Pokemon, their pets (or companions) eventually die too. Even the player’s rival Blue goes to Lavendar town to mourn the death of his Raticate (it is rumored that the player killed his Raticate in battle). The whole story of the town centers on Team Rocket trying to steal the skulls of Cubones to sell them for a lot of money. One of these Cubones is protected by the ghost of its dead mother. Players have to venture into the tower full of grieving trainers, psychics, and ghost Pokemon to stop Team Rocket and restore the soul of Cubone’s dead mother. Talk about growing kids up early.

4. Max Payne’s Hallucination in Max Payne (2001)

Is this the same game?

Is this the same game?

In the neo-noir world of Max Payne, Max is an NYPD detective who wants revenge for the death of his wife and baby. With several allusions to Norse Mythology and inspirations from Hong Kong action cinema, Max becomes a vigilante who uses a slow motion bullet time effect (influenced by the Matrix) to take down his foes.

It’s not the most original story, but what makes the story stand out is that players really feel his pain. Players are forced to play the moment his wife and child were murdered right from the start. It’s a very dark and depressing story, but there’s one disturbing moment that really stands out in the game. Later in the game, Max is overdosed with a drug that puts him in a disturbing hallucination. In order to continue the game, players must venture through a nightmarish version of the house where his family was murdered. The house is warped into a disturbing funhouse of endless hallways filled with the echoes of his suffering wife and child. At the end of this maze, Max has to enter a hellish abyss. The only way to get out is to follow a trail of blood while hearing the sounds of his crying child. Geez!

5. Snacker in Banjo-Kazooie (1998)

You're gonna need a bigger boat.

You’re gonna need a bigger boat.

Now several games have monsters lurking in water levels that can make players feel very tense, but Snacker in Rare’s classic platformer Banjo-Kazooie is perhaps the scariest because of his heart racing theme song. Many would say Cranker is scarier because the first thing players see after swimming out of the tunnel is his sharp razor teeth. Plus he’s a large metal shark with bloody gashes covered all over his body. But Snacker is on this list instead because it turns out Cranker is just misunderstood. Snacker on the other hand really wants to take a bite out of Banjo.

In the levels Treasure Trove Cove and Rusty Bucket Bay, if Banjo is in the water for too long, Snacker’s theme song will start to get louder and faster the longer he is in the water (a clear reference to the movie Jaws). Eventually, Snacker will show up to take a bite out of Banjo. Players can’t outswim him by normal means, but if they can get on land he will lose interest in a few seconds. Players can actually defeat him, but he does comeback after a minute or two so players need to make that time count. There are a couple of key items to collect in the water so if players want to collect everything in the game they will have to encounter this foe sooner or later. Sorry!

6. The Carnage Final Chase in Spider-Man (2000)

Nightmare Fuel

Nightmare Fuel

The sadistic and homicidal Carnage is one of the most dangerous enemies in Spider-Man’s long list of villains. Before Cletus Kasady took on the role of Carnage, he was sent to prison for being a serial killer. With the powers given to him by the Symbiote, Carnage became so powerful that arch-nemeses Venom and Spider-Man had to team up to defeat him. In Activision’s Spider-Man on the PlayStation 1, players have to battle Carnage after defeating Doctor Octopus in the final level. When players think the game is finally over, Carnage combines with Doc Ock to create a monstrosity that has scared many people who have grown up with this game. As the laboratory is exploding, Carnage chases Spider-Man in a dark hallway with a difficult camera and control scheme. Players have to maneuver through the difficult hallways as the monster creeps right behind them. This is one of the most intense chases in any game.

7. Don’t Go To Ravenholm in Half Life 2 (2004)

Zombie Town

Zombie Town

Throughout Valve’s classic game, Half Life 2, players are warned to never go to Ravenholm. So naturally players will go to Ravenholm at some point in the game. The reason to never go to Ravenholm is because there are zombies and headcrabs in literally every corner of the town. Basically everything in the town wants to eat the player. But not only is there monsters everywhere, there are many traps set up everywhere by the town’s lone survivor. These traps can help Freeman combat the monsters, but they can also be pretty dangerous as well. Although it is a blast slicing through zombies with large blades using the gravity gun. Once the player discovers the fun of using the gravity gun it loses its scare factor a bit, but either way its dark atmosphere full of dismembered body parts, traps, and monsters makes it one of the scariest places in video games.

8. The Flood in Halo: Combat Evolved (2001)

One of the best unexpected enemies.

One of the best unexpected enemies.

In Bungie’s science fiction first-person shooter, Master Chief battles a variety of aliens with a special suit that regenerates his health and suit. Many of these aliens are pretty cartoonish and the game has many colorful settings, so there is absolutely nothing scary about Halo… right? Wrong! The game throws players for a loop when it introduces an alien parasite called the Flood. These parasites take over the bodies of human and Covenants and mutates their bodies into hideous zombie-like monsters. These monsters come in many different forms ranging from small to large. These parasites have accounted for the death of many sentiment beings in the galaxy. They are considered to be the most dangerous enemy to the whole existence of life, which means they are the most dangerous enemies in the Halo franchise. Watching fallen comrades turn into the terrifying Flood is one of the most unexpected and scariest moments in gaming.

9. The Pentagram Children of Goldshire in World of Warcraft (2004)

What the heck?

What the heck?

The world of Azeroth is full of many dangerous supernatural beings and monsters, but perhaps the creepiest is the Children of Goldshire because of the mystery behind them. Appropriately called the Creepy Children, they are a group of six human children who move around Elwynn Forest in a pentagram formation. If players wonder into the second floor of one of the houses in Goldshire at around 7:30 AM server time, they will see the children stand in a pentagram formation in the room with a creepy song playing in the room. Players will randomly hear strange noises like a banshee scream, a ghoul call, growling, a female crying, and even one of the old gods C’Thun saying “You…will…DIE!” and “Death is close.” And then the children will eventually vanish. If players look this up and look for them it won’t be as scary, but imagine discovering this on accident, especially as a child back in the early days of World of Warcraft.

10. Death Hand in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

I need to change my pants!

I need to change my pants!

The Legend of Zelda series has many disturbing moments and enemies, but perhaps the creepiest is Death Hand. Imagine being a young innocent child and playing Ocarina of Time for the first time on the Nintendo 64. While playing the game, imagine being a child and going down the well in Kakariko Village. Eventually, players will see giant hands stick out of the ground. Of course, it’s natural to investigate what’s going on. When players do, one of the large hands will grab Link and a giant zombie-like monster with a large mouth will pop out of the ground to consume the player. Players barely have time to get away from the hand as the monster slowly moves toward Link with its horrible eyeless gaze. But hey at least players get the Lens of Truth out of the encounter, which makes the also creepy Shadow Temple a whole lot easier.

11. The Dentist in Bioshock (2007)

Worst jump scare ever!

Best jump scare ever!

People will say Bioshock is a horror game, but it’s more of a steampunk science fiction first-person shooter that has some horror elements. After his plane crashes into the ocean, the protagonist Jack goes into the underwater city of Rapture that was intended to be an isolated utopia. But the discovery of the genetic material ‘ADAM’ (that grants superhuman powers to users) drives many people crazy and the utopia eventually becomes a dangerous dystopia. In one part of the game, players will be in a laboratory where they will listen to the audio logs of a dentist. When the players are at a desk, they will start to be surrounded by mist. When they turn around, they will be greeted by that very dentist in one of the scariest jump scares in all of gaming.

12. The Winterlodge in Fable 2 (2008)

How lovely! Wait.. what?

How lovely! Wait.. what?

In Lionhead Studio’s Fable 2, if players travel through the Bloodstone Demon Door, they will find a welcoming lodge in a beautiful and colorful winter setting. It’s straight out of Jack’s discovery of Christmas Town in The Nightmare Before Christmas. But when players walk into the lodge, it immediately shifts into a broken down and ransacked torture den. The floor is covered in skeletons of past murder victims. Outside the den, it becomes very dark and ominous. The welcoming street lights have totally vanished. The woodcutting block has a decapitated corpse lying next to it and a blood stained sack full of human body parts hang from a tree. But hey at least players are rewarded with a master longsword for being terrified and dumbfounded.

13. The Vortex Queen in Ecco the Dolphin (1992)

This is a kid's game, right?

This is a kid’s game, right?

At first glance, Ecco the Dolphin seems like a very cute game about dolphins swimming in the ocean with its friends. Life is great for Ecco. He is hanging out with all his friends in a bright, sunny part of the ocean and doing cool flips. Ecco does a large flip in the air and then the screen suddenly starts to flash and a strange alien noise is heard as all of Ecco’s friends get sucked up in a large waterspout. Ecco is left all alone in the deep dark ocean. It turns out the whole ocean is in chaos and it’s up to Ecco to defeat the aliens to save it. But this isn’t even the scariest part of the game. The final boss of the game is the Vortex Queen which looks like a large Xenomorph from the Alien franchise. And the only way to defeat it is to dismember it. Did anyone see this coming when they bought this game?

14. The fight against Giygas in Earthbound (1995)

Very disturbing

Very disturbing

Earthbound (known as Mother 2 in Japan) isn’t a horror game at all. Most of the enemies are animals, robots, or aliens. But then Nintendo unleashes one of the scariest and most disturbing bosses of all time, Giygas. This boss is literally just a background of screaming faces with a very creepy background song. The final part of the game is a huge contrast form the rest of the game as players have to travel up weird fleshy looking pipes to reach the boss. There’s been a long Internet debate on whether the boss is a fetus or not. Looking at the image above, the black parts of the picture are clearly in the shape of an infant. But it’s unclear if that it was intentional or not. Either way, the final boss is hellishly psychedelic as the background constantly warps and twists. There’s no way to fight it. All players can do to damage him is to pray (not kidding). The end of the fight gets even more disturbing as the background becomes very staticky and the music becomes more disturbing. This is easily one of the scariest bosses of all time.

15. The Piano in Super Mario 64 (1996)

Perhaps the scariest memory of all for 90's kids.

Perhaps the scariest memory of all for 90’s kids.

As seen on this list, Nintendo has a history of terrifying children with their games. Super Mario 64 is no different. There are several scary moments that could be put on this list from this game, such as Chopper attacking the player from its chained post, the giant eel, or the large piranha that will eat Mario whole. As Mario ventures through the castle, he will eventually see a Boo in one of the hallways. If players follow the Boo, they will be lead to a small fountain area with several boos. One of these boos contains the scariest level in the game, Big Boo’s Haunt. The level is a haunted mansion and has a lot of spooky elements, but it’s nothing too scary. That’s until the players arrive in a large empty room with just a piano. Of course, there is a red coin behind it so players will jump over it to get the coin. If they get close, the piano will wake up and attack Mario with its large razor sharp teeth. The piano’s crunching sound is terrifying as it chases Mario throughout the room. It may be the most classic jumpscare of all time considering nobody would think they would get scared in a Mario game. This piano will forever be in the hearts of anyone who grew up with this game.

And that’s 15 scary moments in non-horror games. Even to this day, many of these moments are just as scary as they were the first time. If they aren’t anymore, people will still remember being a child and being absolutely terrified. There are many more scary moments that could be on this list, so please share anymore in the comments below.

Happy Halloween!

Sebastian was born in the Sunshine State. Growing up at the dawn of 3D gaming, he has been playing video games since as long as he can remember. The first game he remembers playing was Super Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64. He has many favorite franchises and loves a wide range of genres. He has owned every console that has come out, but his favorite console of all time is still the PlayStation 2. Sebastian became a Pokemon Master in 1998 when he was 5 years old and has remained one since then. When he’s not being a gamer, he enjoys writing, especially about video games and sports. Sebastian is a huge Miami sports fan and follows his teams very passionately. Graduating from FAU with a Bachelor’s in English, he hopes to become a professional journalist. Preferably in gaming and/or sports journalism. When he’s not being a nerd, he enjoys hanging out with his friends and relaxing at the pool. Wait.. who is he kidding? He’s always a nerd.


Fantastic Fest 2019: Second Wave Adds ‘Knives Out’, ‘Parasite’ and More




This year’s Fantastic Fest is shaping up with one of the strongest lineups in recent years and if the first wave announcement didn’t impress you, the second wave of films announced today will have you running to buy tickets.

Wave two brings a ton of exciting new titles including Rian Johnson‘s Knives Out, Bong Joon-ho‘s Palme d’Or winner Parasite, as well as Richard Stanley‘s The Color Out of Space and the latest from filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead, Synchronic.

This year, Fantastic Fest will also be spotlighting Mexican genre films such as The Black Pit of Dr. M and The Ship of Monsters—and, the festival will also include a sidebar dedicated to LGBTQ+ representation in genre cinema.

Check out the full second wave film lineup below. Fantastic Fest runs September 19-26. Be sure to check back as we will be covering the event once again this year.

Abou Leila
Algeria, France, Qatar, 2019
North American Premiere, 139 min
Director – Amin Sidi-Boumédiène
In the midst of the Algerian Civil War, Lotfi ventures into the desert with his lifelong friend S., who hopes to find and kill the elusive, dangerous terrorist Abou Leila.

The Antenna
Turkey, 2019
US Premiere, 115 min
Director – Orçun Behram
Somewhere within an unnamed city in Turkey, the residents of an apartment block await the installation of their new antenna as ordered by the central government. No one can prepare them for the evil that will be unleashed.

The Black Pit Of Dr. M
Mexico, 1959
Repertory Screening, 82 min
Director – Fernando Méndez
Two doctors make a pact on behalf of science: Whichever one dies first will return to share the secrets of the afterlife. This pact will not end well.

USA, 2019
Texas Premiere, 80 min
Director – Joe Begos
While trying to complete her latest painting, a starving artist facing a lack of inspiration spirals out of control in a blaze of blood-soaked, drug-fueled glory.

Blood Machines
France, USA, 2019
North American Premiere, 50 min
Director – Seth Ickerman
The wild sequel to the Carpenter Brut music video, Turbo Killer, shoots you into a turbulent psychedelic adventure of galactic hunters tracking down the soul of a spaceship set to a killer synthwave soundtrack.

Butt Boy
USA, 2019
World Premiere, 100 min
Director – Tyler Cornack
Writer/director/comedian Tyler Cornack’s Butt Boy introduces us to Chip, a middle-aged man whose first prostate exam stirs feelings deep inside leading to an addiction that can only be shown to Fantastic Fest audiences.

Climate Of The Hunter
USA, 2019
World Premiere, 90 min
Director – Mickey Reece
The “Soderbergh of the Sticks,” Mickey Reece, returns to Fantastic Fest with his 27th feature. Two beautiful sisters vie for the affections of a man who may or may not be a vampire.

Color Out Of Space
USA, 2019
US Premiere, 111 min
Director – Richard Stanley
Unimaginable terrors befall the Gardner family after a meteorite lands on their front lawn in Richard Stanley’s entrancing, horrific adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s short story.

Iron Fists And Kung Fu Kicks
Australia, 2019
North American Premiere, 107 min
Director – Serge Ou
From the Shaw Brothers to The Matrix, this wild documentary tells the story of how kung fu films conquered the world from the 1960s to now.

Knives Out
USA, 2019
Special Presentation, 130 min
Director – Rian Johnson
In attendance – Director Rian Johnson
From acclaimed writer, director Rian Johnson comes Knives Out, a fresh and modern take on the classic “whodunnit” mystery genre.

The Lodge
USA, 2019
Texas Premiere, 108 min
Directors – Veronika Franz & Severin Fiala
Five years after Goodnight Mommy stunned Fantastic Fest audiences, Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala are back with another disturbing psychological twister about a brother and sister spending Christmas with their shadowy soon-to-be stepmother.

The Long Walk
Laos, Spain, Singapore, 2019
US Premiere, 115 min
Director – Mattie Do
In attendance – Director Mattie Do
An old Laotian hermit discovers that the ghost of a road accident victim can transport him back in time fifty years to the moment of his mother’s painful death..

2014, USA
Repertory Screening, 65 min
Director – Stewart Thorndike
In attendance – Director Stewart Thorndike
After the loss of her child, a young woman begins to suspect that her neighbors might be part of a satanic cult and that she might be their next target.

A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
USA, 1985
Repertory Screening, 87 min
Director – Jack Sholder
In attendance – Actors Mark Patton and Kim Myers
Jesse (Mark Patton) is the new kid on Elm Street and Freddy Krueger might not be the only monster in the closet in this much discussed but under-appreciated queer horror classic.

Austria, 2019
US Premiere, 90 min
Director – Karl Markovics
In a retirement allotment in Vienna, a crabby 91-year-old finds both himself and his humanity when he hires an Afghani refugee to help him in Karl Markovics’ remarkable and poignant third feature.

South Korea, 2019
Texas Premiere, 131 min
Director – Bong Joon-ho
Bong Joon-ho’s seventh feature — about an unemployed Korean family conning their way out of their basement apartment — is a roller coaster ride of laughs, gasps, horror, tears, and perfection.

Belgium, 2019
North American Premiere, 97 min
Director – Tim Mielants
Patrick is not having an easy time. First his domineering father passed away and now his favorite hammer is missing. Before the day is out, Patrick’s search will lead him to discover answers to the questions he didn’t even know existed.

Phil Tippett – Mad Dreams And Monsters
France, 2019
International Premiere, 80 min
Directors – Gilles Penso & Alexandre Poncet
After their documentary Creature Designers – The Frankenstein Complex, French journalist Alexandre Poncet and filmmaker Gilles Penso deliver an in-depth, sad, and beautiful documentary about the stop motion and VFX artist Phil Tippett, a man who changed the landscape of visual effects in film.

The Platform
Spain, 2019
US Premiere, 90 min
Director – Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
In attendance – Director Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
Somewhere in the future exists The Platform, a vertically tiered prison where the upper levels have access to exquisite food and the lower levels fight for survival. Level assignments are random, but how long can a prisoner’s luck hold? One man is about to find out.

1977, United Kingdom
Repertory Screening, 78 min
Director – Norman J. Warren
Jessica and Josephine find more than their relationship at stake when they’re chosen by a shape-shifting alien as his target for an observational study.

Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street
USA, 2019
US Premiere, 100 min
Directors – Roman Chimienti & Tyler Jensen
In attendance – Directors Roman Chimienti and Tyler Jensen
More than thirty years after its release and his departure from Hollywood, Mark Patton (star of A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), sets the record straight on the famously queer horror sequel in this fabulous, surprising, and eye-opening documentary.

The Ship Of Monsters
Mexico, 1960
Repertory Screening, 81 min
Director – Rogelio A. González
Two Venusian women and their robot servant are on a mission to find suitable candidates to repopulate their planet. Soon their ship is filled with bizarre specimens from across the universe, leading to an adventure like no other!

USA, 2019
US Premiere, 96 min
Directors – Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead
In attendance – Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead
Two paramedics find their world ripped apart when they start encountering deaths linked to the otherworldly effects of a new designer drug called Synchronic.

Trampa Infernal
Mexico, 1989
Repertory Screening, 77 min
Director – Pedro Galindo III
In Mexico’s most notorious unseen video-era masterblast, a crew of toxically masculine bear murderers runs afoul of a forest-dwelling war veteran wearing a mannequin mask and Freddy Krueger glove. Entertainment ensues!!

The True Adventures Of Wolfboy
USA, 2019
North American Premiere, 88 min
Director – Martin Krej?í
Suffering from hypertrichosis — which covers him with animal-like fur — Paul knows he’s not like other kids. But a seemingly random package from his estranged mother will send him on a journey of self-discovery alongside extraordinary characters.

The Vast Of Night
USA, 2019
Texas Premiere, 90 min
Director – Andrew Patterson
A rural 1950s radio DJ and a telephone operator uncover a strange signal that could change everything in this stunning science fiction debut feature.

USA, 2019
World Premiere, 92 min
Director – Joe Begos
In attendance – Director Joe Begos
In the near future, a new drug called Hype has turned America into a war zone. The addicted are more mutant than human, and they’ve set their sights on assaulting a VFW post in Joe Begos’ star-studded latest.

USA, 2019
World Premiere, 71 min
Director – Jack Henry Robbins
In attendance – Director Jack Henry Robbins
This bizarre retro comedy, shot entirely on VHS and Beta, takes us back to when 12-year-old Ralph, over one formative week, mistakenly records home videos and his favorite late night shows over his parents’ wedding tape.

Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, 2019
US Premiere, 98 min
Director – Lorcan Finnegan
When young couple Gemma (Imogen Poots) and Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) drive out to a maze of temptingly affordable houses in the suburbs, they find themselves unable to leave.

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Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Antlers’ Gets a Mysterious Trailer




Fox Searchlight has released the first trailer and poster for Antlers, a rural horror film about a small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother (Jesse Plemons), the local sheriff, who discover that a young student (Jeremy T. Thomas) is harboring a dangerous secret that places the entire town in danger.

Director Scott Cooper and producer Guillermo del Toro have teamed to adapt a short story from Nick Antosca, the creator of the criminally underrated horror anthology series Channel Zero. Not much is yet known about Antlers other than Fox Searchlight, now owned by Disney, has scheduled the film for a 2020 release. Rounding up the main cast is Graham Green, Amy Madigan, Scott Haze and Rory Cochrane. Watch the trailer below.

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Be Excellent to Each Other with these Awesome ‘Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ Figures

“History is about to be rewritten by two guys who can’t spell.”




Since its release in 1989, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure inspired a sequel (Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey), a Saturday morning cartoon, a comic book series, and launched actor Keanu Reeves into movie stardom. And now, three-plus decades later, Bill and Ted are getting their own scale collectible set courtesy Sideshow and Blitzway.

This is your chance to own the friendly duo in one go! The work put into creating these high-end figures is truly astounding as the figures capture the look of a young Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves just as we remember them. If you have $399 to spend, they can be all yours.

Check out the photos below along with the official press release.

Bill and Ted are two high school buddies who dream of becoming international rock stars. Their hilarious time travel adventure is depicted in the amazingly audacious comedy Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.

It’s like having them pop up right in front of you, with their iconic fashion and elaborate accessories. Besides, the iconic props are designed to let you reproduce a variety of wonderful scenes from the movie.

Be excellent to each other and travel to the past through the exciting story of Bill and Ted!

The Bill & Ted Sixth Scale Collectible Set specially features:

Highly detailed likeness of Alex Winter as Bill S. Preston Esq.
Highly detailed likeness of Keanu Reeves as Ted “Theodore” Logan
Newly designed and developed male body with over 30 points of articulations and flexible soft arms
Two (2) Newly designed and developed figure stands
Twelve (12) interchangeable hands (total for both) including:
Two (2) pairs of guitar hands
Two (2) right blow fist hands
Two (2) pairs of open hands
Two (2) right good fortune hands

Costume for Bill:

One (1) purple pattern shirt
One (1) graphic t-shirts
One (1) pair of blue jeans
One (1) pair of pattern underpants
One (1) pair of striped socks
One (1) pair of canvas shoes

Costume for Ted:

One (1) blue jacket
One (1) black vest
One (1) graphic t-shirt
One (1) pair of graphic shorts
One (1) pair of inner training pants
One (1) pair of striped socks
One (1) pair of canvas shoes

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Watch the Creepy Trailer for ‘Little Nightmares 2’: Six is Back and She has Help.




One of the biggest surprises to come out of Gamescom 2019 so far is the announcement of Little Nightmares 2, the sequel to the puzzle-platformer hit horror game developed by Tarsier Studios.

While the first Little Nightmares has you take control a character named Six while avoiding instant death as she traverses alone amongst the depths of a dungeon, the sequel will give her a companion named Mono, who must accompany Six throughout her terrifying new journey.  

Little Nightmares was one of our favorite games of 2017 and so we can’t wait to get our hands on the sequel. In our review, James Baker wrote, “Tarsier Studios have created a wholly original concept to a horror genre that has leaned more towards thriller before anything else, bringing its roots back without relying on jump-scares and needlessly-gory shocks. Just like hide-and-seek, Little Nightmares captures the fear of being caught, albeit in a creepy, macabre style.”

Little Nightmares 2 will be released sometime in 2020 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.

Watch the trailer below and if you are a fan of the first game, we recommend reading this article that dives deep into the meaning behind Little Nightmares.

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NBA 2K20’s Story Mode Gets a Stunning Trailer




NBA 2K19 features to date, its strongest MyCareer mode with the aptly titled, “The Way Back”, a fascinating look at the culture behind college basketball recruiting. The story mode was well received by critics and fans everywhere and in our review, we called it, “an incredible achievement that conveys the fabric of modern American life, aspirations and incidentally, sports, in close-up and at length”.

NBA 2K20 which will be released in less than a month, promises to include an even better story mode, and while we haven’t played the game yet, we have plenty of reasons to think it might be. Not only does it feature an all-star cast with top-tier talents such as Idris Elba and Rosario Dawson, but the story mode – entitled “When the Lights Are Brightest” – is being produced by LeBron James’ Springhill Productions, the same company behind the upcoming Space Jam 2.

NBA 2K20’s latest trailer, which debuted Monday during Microsoft’s Inside Xbox show live from Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, give us a good idea of what to expect. We get a glimpse at Idris Elba and Rosario Dawson in action as well as the rest of the supporting cast which includes Thomas Middleditch, Mark Cuban, Ernie Hudson, Lamorne Morris, Scottie Pippen, and Jaleel White!

The NBA 2K20 demo will go live on Wednesday, Aug. 21 and will allow players to create a character and get a head start on MyCareer. Any progress made will carry over to the full game, which will be released Sept. 6 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.

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Goomba Stomp is the joint effort of a team of like-minded writers from across the globe. We provide smart readers with sharp, entertaining writing on a wide range of topics in pop culture, offering an escape from the usual hype and gossip. We are currently looking for Film, TV, Anime and Comic writers.

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