Happy Anniversary to ‘Rosemary’s Baby’!

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:52

“Pray for Rosemary’s Baby.”

46 years ago today Roman Polanski’s terrifying occult horror Rosemary’s Baby was released in theaters.

Starring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ruth Gordon, and produced by the great William Castle, “A young couple move into a new apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins controlling her life.

The pic, which recent was remade as a television minseries, is based on the bestselling 1967 novel of the same name by Ira Levin.

Made for a mere $3M, the film was a blockbuster success taking in over $30M at the box office.

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Exclusive: John Schneider Talks Smothered - Part 1

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:30

Written and directed by John Schneider (“The Dukes of Hazzard”), Smothered is a kooky horror comedy bursting with blood-soaked cameos from the genre’s greatest icons such as Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, R. A. Mihailoff, Malcolm Danare, and Don Shanks.

When the bogeymen find themselves on the other side of the blade – wielded by a big-busted blonde, no less – they pull out all the stops.

We got a chance to chat with Schneider one to one, and here’s what he had to say about cinematically killing these guys off one by one. And be sure to check back tomorrow for my partner in crime, Doctor Gash's, follow-up interview.

Dread Central: You’ve assembled a really great cast for Smothered. Can you talk about how you approached them to play parodies of horror villains, and what some of the reactions were?

John Schneider: I've known Kane and Malcolm for years. First I went to Richard Brooker. Sadly, he passed away before I finished the first draft of the script. That's when I went to Kane. He read it and got right back to me. "Shit, John... It's like you've been following us around. The relationships are exactly right." That's when I knew I had something special.

DC: How’d you come up with the idea? And how did it evolve throughout writing, shooting, and finally editing?

JS: A friend of mine and I were drinking years ago... like 30 years ago... and he said, "Wouldn't it be cool to get Ted Bundy and Son of Sam and a bunch of serial killers together in a movie where they go camping and get killed one at a time by the sexy college co-ed?" I thought that was a cool idea but that there was no realistic catalyst/hook to cause a group of serial killers to go camping believably. 30 years later... in Dusseldorf, I'm sitting at the bar with several horror icons who had had a bad day selling. "If someone would give you a grand a piece to go haunt a trailer park right now, would you do it?" says me. They all said yes. That's when I knew I had the catalyst/hook. I finished my beer, went up to the room, and started writing.

By the time I got back to Louisiana, I had it about half done. Much of the heart in the movie happened on the set. I thought it was important for the audience to not only know the characters because of their body of work, but to also identify with their plight, life, and ultimately, their death. Each of the actors did something during the filming that made a light go off in my brain that said, "That's it! Malcolm wants to be liked. Trixie needs to be appreciated as a ballet dancer. Don needs to really be respected. Randy wants someone to know that he's a terrific Shakespearean actor, etc. The actors really came up with that layer and it's, honestly, my favorite part of the movie.

The only thing that changed in the editing process was the decision to show it out of order and use the little "bumpers" to keep people wondering where the pieces fit. That actually came as a result of people saying that they hated it that one of our most lovable icons dies so soon. Once I made one time jump, I had to make several more or it would seem more like a wart than a legitimate storytelling device.

DC: Most folks are going to talk about the male horror icons, but can you tell us about the ladies in the cast?

JS: Brea, Amy, and Shanna did an amazing job. It's hard to be pretty and evil. Brea does that perfectly. You can see that there is something a little "off" behind those pretty eyes. That's hard to do. Amy/Agness is actually a very pretty woman who is one year older than the girl playing her daughter. That shit is hard to do! Trixie is so multi-layered... confident, talented, needy, broken, den-motherish... Shanna moves from each emotion without a single seam or glitch. I was amazed at what she did every time she did it.

DC: Did Brea Grant have input on her character? What did she think about the prosthetics?

JS: Brea is what we old folks call a real "trooper." She had to come in a few days early to get a cast made of her torso so the boobs that were actually bigger than her head would fit properly. Never a complaint. Not even when she had to empty them of the accumulated sweat that had gathered behind them! I believe in a script being a fairly good road map to a character. In this case, Brea and I talked about what had damaged DD and how it affected her view of the icons, her family, and the world. Then I stepped back and watched her create this amazingly innocent, tragic, evil, beautiful girl.

DC: When it comes to the horror aspects of the film, I’m sure it was fun to come up with inventive ways to kill the “killers” – what’s your favorite death scene?

JS: R.A.'s death is my favorite. It's pure cinema. There are more than 50 cuts in that sequence, and we never actually had any of them on the same set at the same time. Think about it... we are below the ground with the cinder block and jack... at ground level with the bottom of the pole... inside Thelma with R.A. and Fritter and also up on the roof. None of that was shot in sequence. It's all an illusion of continuity created by sticking to a pretty good road map to begin with. I also don't think any film has quite done that sequence before. It all makes sense. It "could" happen!

DC: When I watched the movie, I didn’t really ‘get’ the structuring style… would you explain the reason behind the unusual editing choices?

JS: As an audience member, I like a puzzle. I like to feel as if I am involved with the story in some way. Telling this story out of sequence is an experiment for me. I believe that, since the structure is all actually there, that the story can be told in any order and actually make sense. Doing it this way also allows me to kill people when I want and be able to bring them back into the story. I find it very effective in films (take Old Yeller) to see a character alive and vibrant after I know that they have died in the story. It's a manipulation to be sure but one I think is effective. BTW... I did not like this manipulation in Pulp Fiction. Personally, I think it was used to spice up an otherwise weak story. But it worked great. It was a puzzle and we, the audience, felt smart for having put it together.

DC: Would you be into making a Smothered sequel?

JS: Smothered is actually the second film in a trilogy. There are questions asked in it (intentionally) that need to be answered like: 1-Why does DD think all the horror guys want everybody dead? 2-What the hell was it with Sid (her father) at the window? 3-Since Carl was her fiance, why did she kill him too? 4-Am I crazy... or does DD call Agness "Big Sister" in the very end? If so... what the hell is that all about? 5-Why does Agness say, "You know I hate this beach, girl" at the end? What happened there?

The prequel is called Suffered. It's the story of how DD got so screwed up in the first place. The sequel is called Striper. It's the story of how Kane took the worst experience of his life and turned it not only into a new horror icon without a mask... but also managed to get his "shit turd of a screenplay" produced and make the year’s biggest horror sensation!

To learn more, "like" Smothered over on Facebook!

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Ombis Now Called Not Human; Official Release Details, Artwork, and New Trailers

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:15

Ombis is a film we've talked about quite a bit around these parts, and with its fall release approaching, DefTone Pictures Studios and Origin Releasing have given it the title of Not Human along with sending over updated artwork and two new trailers.

Directed by Adam R. Steigert, Not Human stars Richard Satterwhite, Jason John Beebe, and Sara Manzella along with co-stars Kathy Murphy, Alexander Sloan McBryde, Brenda Rickert, and Aryn Fitzgerald.

Origin Releasing will release the film on VOD this September along with pushing it out to retail markets in October.

For more info be sure to visit the official Not Human website.

Not Human follows the story of peaceful, rustic Metzburgh: a quiet village which was a former industrial town whose glory days are long past after the collapse of Metzburgh Grain. A meteorite crash lands in the peaceful community. Glen, a homeless ex-employee of the grain silos, gets too close to the crash site and a chemical poison sprays out of the meteorite, enveloping him. The chemical agent known only as Ombis begins to turn his insides into a slimy substance. Glen is discovered by lovebirds Mark and Lucy as the Ombis begins to consume Glen’s body and spread the alien infection.

Shocked by their gruesome discovery, Mark and Lucy contact the local sheriff, Thomas Brackett, who aids the traumatized couple. The collateral damage begins adding up as the virus starts to overrun the unsuspecting village. Adding to the chaos, a mysterious government special containment team shows up and attempts to keep order while trying to contain the alien plague.

Mark, Lucy, and Sheriff Brackett are stuck in the middle of an alien invasion where they must unite with the surviving townsfolk to take on the ever-growing army of mutated Metzburgh residents. With time running short before the government decides to eradicate the virus off the face of the earth, the group must figure out away to get out of the town before it’s too late.

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First Official ‘Jurassic World’ Images!

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:05

The AV Club landed the first official images from Jurassic World, now filming under the direction of Colin Trevorrow.

My personal fav of the batch is the above shot of Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins, which looks straight out of a Steven Spielberg film!

Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D’Onofrio, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Judy Greer, Katie McGrath, Andy Buckley and Lauren Lapkus star in the Jurassic Park sequel opening June 12, 2015 (exactly one year from today!).

The sequel imagines a fully operational theme park.

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Win a Download of Devil in My Ride for Friday the 13th!

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:00

Tomorrow is Friday, June 13th, and we're ready to add a little luck to one of the most unluckiest days of the year by giving you a chance to score a free download of Devil in My Ride from iTunes! Interested? Of course you are! Who doesn't like free stuff?

To enter for your chance to win, just send us an email at contests@dreadcentral.com including your FULL NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS. We’ll take care of the rest. Winners will be notified Friday morning!

Devil in My Ride is the first feature produced by Red Band Films, the specialty genre label of L.A.-based production and finance company Unified Pictures. Gary Schultz produced the film and also wrote the original screenplay with Mike Dozier.

Starring alongside Sid Haig are Frank Zieger (Conviction, Ocean of Pearls, Finding Preet), Erin Breen (Housekeeper, Rose White, Fate Accompli), Llou Johnson (Barbershop, Let’s Go to Prison, Normal), and Joey Bicicchi (Rudderless).

For more information check out the official Devil in My Ride website! Devil in My Ride is available NOW on all leading VOD platforms and iTunes!

After Doreen is possessed by the devil on her wedding night, her groom and her rebellious brother embark on a wild road trip in search of a mythical street preacher who is said to be the last exorcist in America.

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’7500′ Is Out In Thailand as ‘Chuyen Bay’! Trailer, Poster and Pics!

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:53

A few months back I wondered aloud about the release prospects for 7500, the new movie from director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) that’s been sitting on the shelf for a few years. Even the trailer is at least 2 years old at this point.

Well, it turns out that the film apparently came out in Thailand on May 16th! Time will tell if this haunted plane movie starring Ryan Kwanten, Amy Smart, Scout Taylor Compton, Jerry Ferrara and Leslie Bibb will get a domestic release, but we’ve got the poster and a few stills from the new release! It’s called Chuyen Bay over there. Thanks to reader Kris Rawls for the heads up on the poster!

The trailer is mostly old stuff but indicate the release. Click through the gallery to enlarge the pics.

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‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ Sequel Update (Exclusive)

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:50

The chainsaw has stalled and won’t be revving up anytime soon…

It’s been well over a year since we reported on a sequel to Texas Chainsaw 3D, Millennium Films and Lionsgate’s followup to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Blood Disgusting regular ‘Kyle K.’ was the most recent reader to ask me about the sequel to the John Luessenhop-directed film, which made $47M worldwide ($34M domestically). I figured we may as well check in with our sources to see if there was any progress. Unfortunately, we have non-news to report. Our sources tell us that the project is surrounded by crickets, most likely because the rights to continue on with the franchise are so incredibly expensive (something that was also relayed to me during the Platinum Dunes years). As of this writing, the project is likely dead.

UPDATE: As anticipated, a Millenium rep reached out for comment, telling us: “While the film’s development is taking a bit longer than usual, it is still an active project on Millennium Films’ slate.

Either way, we have strong faith that Leatherface and the Sawyer family will once again create havoc across screens everywhere. You can’t kill the Sawyers…

Released in theaters on January 4 2013, the sequel followed a young woman who travels to Texas to collect an inheritance; little does she know that an encounter with a chainsaw-wielding killer is part of the reward (and her family). Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood starred.

You can read my review of the film here.

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[TV] Michelle Forbes Becomes One Of “The Returned”

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:41

Michelle Forbes, pictured, of “True Blood” and “The Killing,” has joined the cast of A&E Network’s “The Returned,” reports Variety.

The redo of French drama “Les Revanants” hails from A&E Network Studios and FremantleMedia North America. The series has generated heat on both sides of the Atlantic for its moody take on a story of a small town upended when several people presumed dead return without any awareness that they were gone.

Forbes will play Helen Goddard, a mysterious woman who is one of the returnees. Carlton Cuse, exec producer of A&E’s “Bates Motel,” is shepherding “Returned” with Raelle Tucker (“True Blood”). Series has a 10-episode order from A&E. Jeremy Sisto, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Mark Pellegrino and Kevin Alejandro are also set to star.

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That Time Jason Voorhees Went On a Date…

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:31

Friday the 13th comes once a year, so what does Jason Voorhees do when he’s not slashing sexting teenagers?

Well, imgur user ChristineHMcConnell imagines Jason going on a romantic outing with a loved one.

The best photo is the one where Jason is preparing to rub lotion on his date’s back.

Thanks to JB and Matthew for the tip!

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Behold the Horrors of #CreepyPaddington

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:30

Paddington Bear first burst onto the scene in October of 1958. Over the decades this polite immigrant bear from Peru with his old hat, battered suitcase, duffle coat, and love of marmalade sandwiches has become a classic character from English children's literature. Now, however... he's not so cuddly.

You never know what will take off on the Internet, and this latest trending meme finds the adorable one in the most sinister of scenes thanks to some wondrous artists with a flair for the dark side!

Head on over to Twitter (of course), do a quick search for #CreepyPaddington, and you'll come up with hundreds of results, if not thousands. Also, you can visit the official #CreepyPaddington tumblr site for a collection of some of the best!

Congratulations, Paddy! Thanks to your upcoming live action flick Paddington, you have truly won the Interwebs!

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See More Images from and a New Preview of Under the Dome Episode 2.01 - Heads Will Roll

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:15

A few weeks ago we saw the first batch of images from "Under the Dome" Episode 2.01, entitled "Heads Will Roll," and now today we're back with over a half dozen more plus a new preview.

The June 30th premiere episode was written by bestselling author and executive producer Stephen King, who also makes a cameo appearance, and was filmed on location in Wilmington, N.C.

"Under the Dome" stars Mike Vogel (Barbie), Colin Ford (Joe), Alexander Koch (Junior), Rachelle Lefevre (Julia), Natalie Martinez (Linda), Dean Norris (Big Jim), Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie), and Britt Robertson (Angie).

The Season 2 newcomers include Brett Cullen, Sherry Stringfield, Eddie Cahill, Grace Victoria Cox, Karla Crome, Dwayne Boyd, and Dwight Yoakam.

Related Story: First Images from "Under the Dome" Episode 2.01, "Heads Will Roll," Reveal New Characters and More

"Under the Dome" Episode 2.01 - "Heads Will Roll" (airs 6/30/14; 10-11 PM)
Barbie’s fate lies in Big Jim’s hands, and the Dome presents a new threat when it becomes magnetized. Meanwhile, Julia seeks out the help of a stranger to save the life of a mysterious girl who may hold clues to origin of the Dome.

Don't forget that CBS is airing "Under the Dome: Inside Chester's Mill" on Monday, June 23rd (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). This exclusive one-hour special looks back at the premiere season of the hit summer series, featuring highlights from last season as well as new interviews with the cast and executive producers. In addition, the special will tease what lies ahead for the residents of Chester’s Mill who are still trapped under the mysterious dome with an advance sneak peek at the Season 2 premiere.

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Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard Nabs Distro; New Posters

Dread Central - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 10:00

We've been talking about Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard starring Billy Zane, Mischa Barton, Felissa Rose, and Dee Wallace for quite some time; and now we're happy to announce that the flick has found itself distribution!

Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard was picked up for domestic, UK, and Australia release by Anchor Bay. Stay tuned for a release date!

Director Harrison Smith (Camp Dread) had crafted the first zombie film connected to the controversial fracking industry. With visual special effects by Lord of the Rings' Joe Lawson, makeup effects by Angie Johnson of Evolution, and creature effects by "The Walking Dead" artist Toby Sells, the film takes on an American Western flavor that focuses on heavy action and detailed characters.

Several sequels are already planned under the branding of "Zombie Killers," which is referenced in the film, as the story focuses on a team of young warriors under the leadership of military vet Zane who stand between the "figures" and their small rural town of Elwood.

Dee Wallace of E.T., The Howling, Critters, and Cujo fame plays Sharon Sommers, a terminally ill mother pushing her son to leave the dying town of Elwood, even if it means facing death beyond its gates. Wallace shares the screen with her real life daughter, Gabrielle Stone, who plays her son's love interest, Nikki.

Sleepaway Camp's Felissa Rose plays a religious zealot who works to convince the town's residents of a fixed fatalism that can't be fought.

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Linkin Park Debuts “Until It’s Gone” Official Video

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 09:00

Alt-rock band Linkin Park has released a highly-stylized video for their track “Until It’s Gone”, which comes from the upcoming album The Hunting Party (out June 17th). The video mixes performance footage with images of things that we will supposedly miss once it’s gone. I’ll tell you what I officially miss, however, and that’s a good sound mix as this still sounds compressed, messy, and just plain awful.

Give it a view below.

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Mastodon LARPs It Up In “High Road” Video

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 08:00

Modern metal masters Mastodon have released the official video for “High Road”, the current single from their upcoming album Once More ‘Round The Sun, which you can watch below. The video, which was directed by Roboshobo (Alice In Chains, The Killers, Coheed & Cambria), tells the tale of a young man who is beat down when he LARPs, so he goes and trains to overpower his “foes”.

Make sure to check out our review of Once More ‘Round The Sun by heading here.

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My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way Unleashes First Solo Track

bloody disgusting - Thu, 06/12/2014 - 06:32

Ex-My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has released his first solo track, a song entitled “Action Cat”. This is the first new music from Way since MCR split last year. A full length debut album will be released possibly later this year via WBR.

You can hear the track below.

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Insidious Chapter 3 Finds a Shining Young Star

Dread Central - Wed, 06/11/2014 - 23:48

Some late casting news has come in for Insidious: Chapter 3 as Deadline is reporting that Stefanie Scott is next to sign up for active duty in this latest spookfest, which is being directed by star and writer Leigh Whannell.

Plot and character details are being kept under wraps, but we do know principal photography is scheduled to start this summer on July 7th.

Focus Features, which acquired the rights to release Insidious: Chapter 3 from FilmDistrict, plans to bring the film to U.S. theaters on April 3, 2015. eOne will distribute the picture in Canada, the U.K., and Spain. Sony will distribute the picture in the rest of the world.

Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions are producing the next installment along with Oren Peli and James Wan. Steven Schneider, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Peter Schlessel, Lia Buman, and Xavier Marchand are executive producing.

The first Insidious told the story of Josh and Renai Lambert and their son Dalton confronting the demons that possess the young boy. Insidious: Chapter 2, the terrifying sequel, followed the haunted Lambert family as they sought to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins, and Barbara Hershey reprised their roles in the film directed by James Wan, who also directed the first installment.

For more information visit the official Insidious website, "like" the Insidious Facebook page, and follow along on Twitter at @InsidiousMovie.

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Meet the Star of ‘Insidious: Chapter 3′

bloody disgusting - Wed, 06/11/2014 - 21:27

Stefanie Scott, pictured, is the first cast in Insidious: Chapter 3, the third installment of Focus Features, eOne, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions, and Blumhouse Productions‘ hit horror franchise, reports Deadline.

The threequel will be written and directed by Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious). Plot and character details are still being kept under wraps.

The site adds that Scott is currently in production on Blumhouse’s live-action adaptation of ’80s cartoon Jem and the Holograms, making her the latest thesp to be cast in multiple Blumhouse pictures after In A Valley Of Violence stars Ethan Hawke, Karen Gillan, and James Ransone.

Focus Features took U.S. rights to Insidious: Chapter 3 from FilmDistrict when Peter Schlessel took the reins last October. The company has set an April 3, 2015 release.

Image Source: Child Starlets.

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[E3 2014] ‘Deep Down’ Trailer Has All of the Monsters

bloody disgusting - Wed, 06/11/2014 - 21:00

After being quiet for a few months, Capcom has finally gifted us with another trailer for their upcoming free-to-play fantasy RPG Deep Down. The video is delightfully Japanese, but it looks great and manages to show off an impressive number of monsters in its minute-long running time. I’m looking forward to vanquishing every one of them when the game arrives on PS4 later this year.

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[E3 2014] ‘Diablo III’ On PS3/PS4 Gets Exclusive ‘Shadow of the Colossus’ Armor

bloody disgusting - Wed, 06/11/2014 - 20:44

Fumito Ueda’s open-world giant killing simulator Shadow of the Colossus is arguably one of the most memorable games from the PS2 era. It was a beautiful, one-of-a-kind experience that is still to this day one of my all-time favorite video games. To go with the previously announced The Last of Us-themed dungeon, Sony has scored another exclusive for the PlayStation versions of the upcoming Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition: a special “Guide of the Colossi” armor set.

Players who purchase Ultimate Evil Edition for PS4 and PS3 will be rewarded with the “Guise of the Colossi,” a unique set of transmogrification plans that unlock six armor appearances inspired by the influential PS2 game, Shadow of the Colossus. These striking appearances will be available to all six larger-than-life classes.

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[E3 2014] Sebastian Gets Surrounded In These New ‘The Evil Within’ Screens

bloody disgusting - Wed, 06/11/2014 - 20:20

Bethesda released some new screenshots from Shinji Mikami’s upcoming survival horror game The Evil Within, and most of them revolve around Sebastian getting his ass kicked by those creepy, mutilated villager people. A few of these screens aren’t new — I had a few sprinkled about my hands-on preview — but some are new to me, so I figured I’d include them all.

The Evil Within is slated to release on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on October 21.

And here’s a little bonus, since you took the time to scroll all the way down to the bottom of this post. Good job.

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