Hallowe'en's got the blues in the fifteenth edition of PCDD Radio! Settle in for an hour and a half of haunted graveyards, midnight trains, salvation and record static.
A nightclub-tomb shudders to the beat in this Indie classic. Meanwhile beneath the cemetery, Chipzel soundtracks the best Chiptune Hallowe'en Party ever. Can you survive without losing the rhythm?
In a dark and lonely place, a ring of cards demands a choice. Simon Boxer's Ring of Pain lights up Hallowe'en with a wild, inside-out take on Roguelike deckbuilding. Let's lose over and over for fun!
Hallowe'en is back in town! Every year we seem to need it more. I've missed you folks, I've missed scary movies, and I've missed diving into what makes Hallowe'en and Horror tick. Let's start with a keynote!
The longest Hallowe'en of your life continues with a haunted forest, the treacherous brambles and a seriously weird moon. Play my spooky game for free on Itch.io!
Festival of Wax is a series of five surreal Horror vignettes, held together by a candle-wick of narrative and a kaleidoscope of spooky nonsense. I should know: I made it!
The world of 0_abyssalsomewhere is dead, dreaming, or both. 2018's most striking Horror game defies understanding to conjure a stunning, atmospheric experience.
Tonight: two Horror stories for cats and the people who love them, along with a surprise Australian collaboration for the ages.
In October of 1989, Jim Davis published an unforgettable run of deeply cursed and amazing Horror strips. Believe it or not, let's talk about the Fear of Death with... Garfield.
Mickey gets zapped over money, Kelsey Grammer creates a monster, and Minnie shops at The Wet Rat. Disney's bizarre, vaulted Horror classic returns in: Runaway Brain!
Tonight on Death Drive Radio: an hour of Haunted Surf Rock and other oddities! I don't care that it's mid-October and we're in the middle of a wind warning. It's fake beach time.
Baroque Decay's 'First Job Survival Horror' is an absolutely killer office comedy. It's funny, scary and utterly compelling. Join me at Sintracorp - they're hiring!