Happy Halloween! 👻
At Rerun, we are busy preparing ourselves for visiting the terrifying Halloween scare house in Dublin, Ireland. But while we are waiting, we have an issue packed with all things horror to keep us on our toes.
To kick off our celebration of spooky storytelling, Cinedigm and Bloody Disgusting have released a one-of-a-kind horror NFT trading cards set Bloody Disgusting Blood Pack. The cards consist of well-established horror artists' paintings inspired by their favorite death scenes from iconic horror movies like Saw. The creativity of these paintings is pretty amazing!
Wes Craven's 90's classic horror film Scream turned 25 this year and Vox has written an article on how the iconic movie transformed '90s horror and paved the way for future films. The movie filled with twists and turns and a masked knife maniac is the perfect movie to watch or rewatch for some Halloween scares.
And if horror isn't your thing, a whole new Fashion Relief TV show is back tonight on our screens at 7pm! Their selection of designer bargains will definitely have you screaming, with delight!
Until next week!
Where horror movie sound effects and ghosts’ boo come from
Ever wondered where the origin of horror's spooky sounds came from? Well, look no further because Polygon has got us covered!
Jake Kring-Schreifel has written an article on the history of horror sounds. There are a lot of interesting stories in this article, like how the producer of the horror series Inner Sanctum Mystery struck a small melon to get the proper sound of a head being bashed! Surely one to tell when sharing Halloween stories.