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Yes, the movie is confirmed, and Scott is going to be involved in it, but the release date is not yet set. I'll keep you posted as soon as I get any new info on this.
For now we don't even have a real trailer as the movie will probably be released next year (2017) so it's just too early for that. Instead, here's a fake trailer made by youtuber Indeimaus:
By the way, the information about the movie has been confirmed by Scott Cawthon himself. So, what we know so far is that Scott had given Warner Bros permission to make a five nights at freddy's movie.
More details you can find here: Five Nights At Freddy's Movie
From now own, at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights at Orlando, Florida, for additional 50$ you can experience even more realistic taste of horror, with the little help of virtual reality technology.
This new experience recently announced is called "The Repository".
It seems to be involved a mixture of live action actors and an environment as well as virtual reality technology.
Tickets go on sale on August 16th (2016) but it doesn't start before September 29th for general public.
Really interesting elaborate on why certain movie scenes are scary while others are a lot less scary made by 'Now You See It' youtube channel.
It's a little but longer and a guy goes really deep into the details but it's fun and very educational.
It turns out that to get a scare you need everything at once: the music, the timing, the script, the actors, everything has to work together or else it's not scary.
Btw, the first scene was taken from the horror movie "Lights Out" while the other one is exactly the same scene just recreated in a 'home version'.
Do you agree with what's been said? Which scene do you find scarier?
This eerie entertainer has been spotted this August in Green Bay area of Wisconsin, wearing creepy clown suit and black and white makeup.
Green Bay Wisconsin is dealing with a scary clown, who appearantly appears in the middle of the night holding black balloons.
Many individuals called authorities, police to be exact, about doing something about this creepy clown, but appearantly the cops said that there's nothing they can do because there are no laws barring creepy clowns from walking around with black balloons.
Gags The Green Bay Clown Terrorizing Wisconsin Town YouTube
Welcome to the game is un upcoming horror game currently on Steam (link available down below). This game has been developer by Reflect Studios and basically it is a deep web horror game where the game consits of interactions around the deep web, looking for bits of code that you can use to string together to access a 'red room' and meanwhile hackers are trying to hack your computer and you kinda have to fend them off.
The point of the game is to surfe the Deep web with the special browser installed on your pc, to keep attackers away in order to get to the red room. The Red Room is a hidden service on the Deep WEb where you can see or participate in interactive torture and murder. Don't worry, this game is just a simulation, you won't actually be on a deep web :)
If you follow one of the links below you will get the file called IGG-Welcome.to.the.Game.rar. It is 382MB in size. When you unpack it with winzip or 7zip or any other unpacker, you will get the directory structure with 'WTTG.exe' executable. I have scanned the whole directory and AVG didn't report any viruses so the download seems OK. Just click on the executable file and the game begins.
It's a game with a twist in the end. The idea is to get you hushed into a browsing when an invited guest comes in to kindap you...