Video game adaptations: one of cinema’s most hated-on subgenres. Whenever another beloved controllable franchise is announced for moviegoing treatment, eyes roll. Critics quiver. Visions of Mark Wahlberg as Max Payne or Uwe Boll’s crimes against both gamersphere credibility and audience standards montage a hard-fast argument for such scoffs. Fantastical play-alongs turned theatrical try-hards have long become the butt of many...
What did you find translated very naturally from the books to the show, and what from the first two books was a bit trickier to adapt? Well, there's some stuff about Lucy's backstory that is skirted over and kind of elliptical in the books. In the first episode, when we flashback to her early years when she first joined an...
Connecticut's first paranormal convention, ParaConn, is returning to the Ansonia Armory this spring for its third iteration.Started in 2021, ParaConn draws in more than 1,500 fans of the occult and highlights everything from the paranormal to the extraterrestrial while spotlighting notable Connecticut experts. The event, which was previously held in July, will take place this year May 13-14. ParaConn is...
Dining With The Dead is hosting a paranormal investigation and dinner Jan. 24 at Concord’s Colonial Inn. Authors and paranormal investigators Thomas D’Agostino and Arlene Nicholson will give a presentation on the history of the haunted hotel and its most spiritually active rooms. After having a colonial-themed dinner, attendees will get to investigate the hotel with ghost-hunting equipment. Tickets...
Runaway Entertainment presents 2:22 - A GHOST STORY The hit play by Danny Robins Directed by Matthew Dunster@222AGhostStory #222AGhostStory FIRST LOOK - REHEARSAL IMAGES OF CHERYL AS JENNY; HUGO CHEGWIN AS BEN; LOUISE FORD AS LAUREN AND SCOTT KARIM AS SAM ARE RELEASED TODAY?  FOLLOWING THE FINAL PERFORMANCES AT THE CRITERION THEATRE THE NEW CAST TAKING OVER AT THE LYRIC FROM 21 JANUARY -...
Girish Shukla • Updated: 6 days ago • Follow The 90s in India was a golden era for horror television shows that spooked us out of our minds. These shows not only gave us some serious nightmares but also left an indelible impression on our memories. Here's a closer look at these sixIndian horror shows that spooked us out.Zee Horror...
There are 1284 embalmed bodies dressed in their best finery in Palermo's Capuchin Catacombs. Photo: Alamy  If you like witches, ghosts and things that go bump in the night, then these spooky destinations are bound to provoke a scream. EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND Photo: Alamy Edinburgh's old town has a stormy history peopled with beheaded queens, body-snatchers and witches. Start at the castle, wander through medieval...
Hands up if you’re going to see Cheryl perform on the West End *raises hand* (Picture: Helen Murray) We’ve got our first glimpse of Cheryl hard at work rehearsing for her theatre debut in 2:22 – A Ghost Story. The performance will be a career first for the Girls Aloud singer, whose other acting roles have been minor, and include playing...
In 1982, one of the most iconic ghost movies ever hit the big screen – Poltergeist. Directed by Texas Chain Saw Massacre extraordinaire Tobe Hooper, the film shook a generation as audiences witnessed otherworldly beings terrorise the unsuspecting Freeling family. Poltergeist has since become a classic and is considered by many to be a fun PG-13 choice come movie night....
A general building contractor from California has explained why things actually may go bump in the night, lights flicker, and doors mysteriously open in an article aiming to debunk the common myths that surround haunted houses. In an article for the Paranormal Daily News, Mr Weiler addresses some of the normal things that occur with buildings that have to be...