Friday, October 4, 2013

Longbox of the Damned: The Nightmare Factory



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9 comments:

Cat C said...

I happened to be up when this hit blip, was glad I was.

Are these longer than last years? Totally not a complaint, they feel more in-depth, I like it a lot.

Interesting mention of when Moarte was alive, I'm all intrigued.

jay said...

That was intersting

Ringadon said...

Holy crap! I actually own this one.

Movie-Brat said...

Monster Madness continues at Cinemassacre, this video and the leaked teaser for the upcoming Godzilla remake. It helps that the last one definitely feels like a Horror movie; check it out. You'd love it.

The Nightmare Factory I've been wanting to read since 2007, found out about it via The Hills Have Eyes 2 DVD from Fox. Their label Fox Atomic had a Comic Book for a while. It definitely looks like my cup of tea.

And Moarte revealed a bit about himself, wow.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm....something I have never heard of just like a few from last year. This might start off an interesting weekend

Anonymous said...

Well that was quite an I treating trip into Moarte's psyche. For a while I was wondering about those nightmares he spoke of at the end of the Sandman review. It was kind of worth to find the answer even if it literally took a year.

Also I kind of found the way he introduced the tale of the insane asylum legitimately creepy, especially when he list the synomns he could think of at the top of his head. It kind of helps that I can tell what time period he's in by his choice of words, they sound of like somebody out of the nineteenth of early twentieth century would speak

Anonymous said...

Dang auto-correct!

le-messor said...

The panel that shows in the window for this one before playing (I'm sure there's a single word for all that!) has somebody saying "Come. Come and see."

I was expecting something from Revelation Chapter 6 - "Come and see" is what the Living Creatures kept saying before the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse made their appearance.

~ Mik

Kaor said...

Is it just me, or did it sound like Moarte said "Nightmare Fucktory" when he announced the comic's title?