Author Archive | Kino McFarland

10 Ways to Support Women in Horror Year Round

As Women in Horror Month draws to a close, so will the frequency of support for women in the genre, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The following are 10 ways you can continue supporting women in horror beyond the month of February. 1.) Actively seek out work by female, and female-identifying, horror […]

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Get a Quick Scare with Home

Home, created by Benjamin Rivers and released in 2012, is touted as a unique horror adventure game by the developer. Everything that happens is entirely subjective, which is not commonly seen in games. The art is in a pixel style, making the game feel retro, especially when combined with the story taking place in text. […]

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Scratches: Ten-Years-Old, but Still Scars

Scratches is a point and click horror/mystery game that was originally released on PC in 2006. In the game, you play as Michael Arthate, a writer who acquired a Victorian mansion after his first novel reached some success. He hopes to finish his next novel in the bedroom overlooking the beautiful landscape, but upon arriving […]

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