Saturday Gamer Jam - "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire"



I don't want to set the world on fire
I just want to start a flame in your heart
In my heart I have but one desire
And that one is you
No other will do
I've lost all ambition for worldly acclaim
I just want to be the one you love


While this sweet love song from 1941 was a much requested chart-topper, there's something utterly creepy and oddly poignant about hearing it over a backdrop of the ruins of 2008's Fallout 3.  Songs by the Ink Spots have been featured heavily in Fallout franchise. I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire and Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall are featured on the in-game radio station Galaxy News Radio in Fallout 3. I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire is also featured on the game's trailer, and opening for the game. The inclusion of The Ink Spots' songs in Fallout and other games has sparked a renewed interest in The Ink Spots' work among newer generations in recent years. The teaser trailer for Bethesda's game is a haunting tribute to a simpler time.  ~HH


Honey Buzz ~ 'The Stand' Will Be FOUR Films...


Talk of a big screen version of Stephen King's epic novel The Stand has been swirling for the last year at breakneck speed. Yet almost nothing has been confirmed, outside of the fact that Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) is directing. Now, Boone has dropped a few bombshells that should keep rumor mill junkies satisfied until shooting begins, or someone gives us actual news on what's happening with this film...

Or four, as the case may be.

Game Trailer of the Week ~ 'The Long Dark'



Would you play a survival game in which you are pretty much just delaying the inevitable, i.e. you gonna die? That's the question to ask yourself before you dive into Hinterland Studio's The Long Dark, which is currently available in non-narrative survival sandbox mode on Steam.

Honey Buzz ~ Holiday Horror 'Krampus' Has a Cast!


Apparently, Michael Dougherty is becoming the king of holiday horror! In 2007, Dougherty brought us Honey Hexmas favorite, Trick 'r Treat, the sequel to which is currently in the works. But in the meantime, Dougherty is tackling Christmas with Krampus, a film that will do for Santa what... well... what every other holiday horror film does for Santa.

Saturday Morning Horror Cartoon ~ 'Malice in Wonderland'



"Oh! I've had such a curious dream!"

When you're a film student, you have a tendency to see a lot of a fucked up shit. Your options are either to embrace it, or run screaming in the opposite direction to a degree in math where everything is orderly and makes sense. Personally, I embraced the hell out of it, and quickly found myself entranced by the world of surrealist cinema. From Maya Deren to Luis Buñuel, I fell in love with all things abstract and non-sensical. One of my favorite surrealist films that I discovered in college was this week's Saturday Morning Horror Cartoon: Vince Collins's Malice in Wonderland (1982).

Buckle your seat belts kids; it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Sci-Friday Jam - 'Galaxy Song'



So remember, when you're feeling very small and insecure

How amazingly unlikely is your birth

And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space

'Cause there's bugger all down here on Earth


What's more awesome then a goofy Monty Python song about the universe? A factually accurate goofy Monty Python song about the universe, of course! This classic from the British comedy troupe's The Meaning of Life isn't just a hilariously uplifting tune, but the facts contained within have been checked by actual scientists, and the song provides a really useful lesson on the in's and out's of basic astronomy. So listen, laugh, and learn, Honey Bees! ~RH



Friday Favorites ~ Horror TV Shows!



There is no denying it: we are right in the middle of a full-on horror television renaissance! This isn't just lucky for our Horror TV Honey Lisa, it's lucky for all of us. While the horror film industry has been struggling lately in terms of originality, horror on TV has been the bee's knees. But going as far back as the advent of television, there have always been stellar options for the horror lover on the small screen. So this week, the Honeys have decided to share some of their favorite examples of Small Screen Horror with you kooky kids. Some are classic, some are still airing, but all of them are mysterious and spooky!

What is YOUR favorite horror TV show? Let us know on Twitter, using #horrorTV!

Honey Buzz ~ E.L. Katz Directing a New Thriller!



If you've been keeping up with the Horror Honeys this year, you know that one of our favorite films was E.L. Katz's Cheap Thrills. The dark horror comedy took us all completely by surprise, which is one of the many reasons we loved it. Katz also proved his mettle in 2014 with what was widely considered to be the standout short in ABCs of Death 2, "A is for Amateur." 

Now, it seems Lionsgate and Mandeville Films have signed Katz on for his next project, and it looks like it will be an utterly perfect pairing!