Last night I played a horror game called Bunny Man: Lost Souls. It was… strange, but not necessarily in a bad way. To celebrate that weird little game, as well as our right to wear freaky bunny faces, we’ve teamed up with the folks at Halloween Costumes to give away two Frank the Bunny masks from the amazing thriller, Donnie Darko. This may be the easiest giveaway yet — read on to find out how you can win!
Not sure what that title means? Watch the video and it will all make sense. Tonight, we’re playing a creepy game called Bunny Man: Lost Souls. It’s a strange little indie horror game that’s both a tale of terror as you’re hunted by a mysterious masked man through a dark forest as well as a lesson on finding the right way to seduce the deceased. I learned something playing this game and that lesson is ghosts do not like to be touched. Even gently.
Watch me get all up in a bunch of ghosts’ personal space in my playthrough of Bunny Man: Lost Souls!
You love horror. Naturally, you want to show that love on Halloween, the one day a year when you can dress like a psychotic killer and still look relatively normal.
But beware what costume you choose.
Each character says something about you as a person which you might not feel comfortable sharing with the rest of the world. Here are just ten costumes and the secrets about you they could reveal. READ MORE
Seriously, tell me those two don’t look alike! On the left is actor James Duval, who played Frank in Donnie Darko while on the right is Mother’s Green singer March Giaccari. If you can honestly say that you don’t see the resemblance, here’s a link just for you.
But in all seriousness, Mother’s Green
has released a video for Observation For The Day
, which comes off the album Swimming In The Sun
, which you can order at their official website
. The song is pretty damn heavy and definitely a lot of fun. You can check out the video below as well as more info on the album.
Donnie Darko was perhaps the first big cult film of the 21st century and the only good thing director Richard Kelly has ever churned out depending on who you talk to – I really dig the chaotic zaniness of Southland Tales myself. Coming out shortly after the September 11th tragedy (and again in 2004 as a director’s cut), the tale of the mentally unstable teen and a time traveling bunny who saves him from a plane crash flopped at the box-office because it hit too close to home at the time, but went on to entrance audiences on home video. Although complex and having its fair share of plot holes (what time travel film doesn’t, though?), setting the ominous and dreary subject matter in a charming suburbia circa 1988 gave it a nightmarish, Blue Velvet-like feel and let audiences have a glimpse of what really goes on behind white picket fences. Between that and the revolving door of well-casted stars and up-and-comers, it’s easy to see the appeal.
Highschooler Donnie is plagued by visions of a giant evil rabbit who orders him to commit acts of violence and predicts the impending end of the world.