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There are not only a bunch of board games out there that could make incredible movies, there are board games that could make incredible horror movies. These are frightening, tense experiences that lend themselves to cinematic interpretation, even more than something like a Ouija board.
Hey Hollywood, if you're going to start making horror movies based on board games, why don't you look at these?
The Game: Up to eight players team up to explore H.P. Lovecraft's infamous city of Arkham, Massachusetts, which has been overrun with monsters and evil magic. The body count is high on both sides, as players play against the game itself through an ingenious system that actually makes it feel like the cardboard tokens and cards are reacting to your...
Look, Interstellar isn't out yet, so this column has been sitting around and twiddling its thumbs, waiting for the arrival of Christopher Nolan's science fiction epic. With nothing else to grab the attention of science fiction fans, how about we delve into the latest, greatest and most interesting sci-fi movie news to emerge over the past week or so?
Disney Has Lost the John Carter of Mars Rights
As one of the 11 people who actually really dug John Carter, I look at the news that Disney lost the rights to Edgar Rice Burroughs' science fiction adventure series with mixed emotions. On one hand, it's nice that the Burroughs estate has those rights back and can do whatever it wants with them (including making another movie...