IT: Evil Below – board game

In the wake of their IT-themed Clue and Monopoly board games, USAopoly – aka The OP – has announced IT: Evil Below: “Based on the 2017 remake of the Stephen …

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Jaws board game

‘If you want to stay alive, then ante up!’ Jaws is a new officially-licensed board game from Prospero Hall and Ravensburger for two to four players aged 12 and up. …

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13 Demons – USA, 2016 – reviews

‘You play… you die!’ 13 Demons is a 2016 American supernatural horror film written, directed by and starring Daniel Falicki. The American River Media Group production also stars Michael Cunningham and …

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Dawn of the Dead – board game, 1978

For what was essentially a low budget independent film with a restricted release, George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead spawned some unusual merchandise. These days, the world is awash with …

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Zombie-Opoly – board game

‘This game is rotten!’ Zombie-Opoly is a 2013 American board game created by games manufacturer Late for the Sky of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is based upon the classic capitalist board …

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Beyond the Gates – USA, 2016 – reviews

‘Press PLAY… And pray.’ Beyond the Gates is a 2016 American adventure horror feature film produced and directed by Jackson Stewart from a screenplay co-written with Stephen Scarlata. The synth score was …

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Godzilla Game – board game, 1963

  Godzilla Game is a 1963 American board game created by Ideal. The game included board with artwork depicting Godzilla, four plastic conical game pieces, a small wooden red disc to …

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Scream Inn – board game

Scream Inn is a horror-themed board game, first produced in the UK by Strawberry Fayre from 1974. Scream Inn was a a comic strip that ran in British weekly Shiver …

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Slime – toy, 1976

Slime was a toy product manufactured by Mattel, sold in a plastic rubbish bin and introduced in the winter of 1976. It consisting of a non-toxic viscous, oozing green material made primarily from guar …

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King Kong – 1976 board game

To tie-in with the release of Dino de Laurentiis’ unloved 1976 remake of King Kong, all expense was spared to release as much as possible to try to recoup some …

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