Bloody-Disgusting is on a roll this week as we present yet another awesome interview for all you readers! This time, we’ve got an interview with the singer of multi-platinum selling band Disturbed, David Draiman! About to hit the road for the Rockstar Uproar Festival with co-headliners Avenged Sevenfold (interview HERE), we spoke about the visual aspects of touring, the upcoming album, “Asylum”, and, of course, David’s thoughts on horror and some of his favorite horror movies! You can check it all after the jump!
Many games over the years have allowed you to roam free in some sort of run down mental asylum. With good reason. It’s probably one of the absolute, most creepiest places you could base a horror game around. So Developers Senscape have done just that. But they went as far as to make it the name of their game as well. Check out this messed up, creepy trailer below.
Players will explore the ‘Hanwell Mental Institute’. But like in every horror game, there is plenty more to the asylum than you bargained for. “We have created something very special here,” says the games author Agustín Cordes. “The decaying Hanwell institute seems to have a life of its own and was designed from the ground up after real blueprints of vintage asylums. It may be one of the largest virtual structures ever created for a game.” Well, I’m pumped. PC only, no release date yet. READ MORE
On DVD July 25th: When Dr. Martin (Robert Powell) arrives at the Dunsmoor Asylum for the incurably insane, he expects to be interviewed by asylum director Dr. Starr. Instead he is met by Dr. Rutherford (Patrick Magee), who explains that Dr. Starr had suffered a mental breakdown and now is one of the patients.
Dr. Rutherford decides that if Martin can deduce which one is really Dr. Starr, then he will be given the position.
Is it Bonnie (Barbara Parkins), whose affair with a married man turns murderous? Is it Bruno (Barry Morse), a hardluck tailor visited by a mysterious stranger (Peter Cushing) with a blueprint and very special fabric for an unusual suit? Is it Barbara (Charlotte Rampling), accused of murdering her brother and her nurse but insisting that her friend Lucy (Britt Ekland) was responsible; Or is it Dr. Byron (Herbert Lom) who claims the ability to transfer collecting?