Fate of Terror 2019: Play Dead!

This book includes 216 reviews of horror movies. half are plausible, the other half supernatural.

Roll a six-sided die three times. Find the sequence within the table of contents. you will be redirected to a random movie and its review.

Hacky the Raccoon

Play footbag with an undead raccoon. Horror RPG Sports/Fighting Game featuring Tom Green, Phil Giroux, Glenn Humplik and Drew Barrymore.

[Controls] USE KEYBOARD ARROWS & RIGHT NUMBER PAD
• ARROWS (LEFT/RIGHT) : ....Run/walk left & right
• NUMPAD "."      : .................Lift Raccoon from the ground
• NUMPAD 0        : .................Use main weapon 
• NUMPAD 1/2/3   : ................Specialty 
• ???????? ..........................Secret Move

ABOUT:
Hacky the Raccoon was built in 1999/2000 and released in 2001. It was the first Flash fighting and sports game to use gravity and one of the first ever released on Newgrounds. It was made in Flash 5, the first version to allow game development. The original game file was too big for Newground’s early restrictions, so an exception was made to link to the game from Newgrounds. Fifteen years later, we offer you the full embedded Newgrounds experience; as originally designed.
Note: High scores and subscription use old technology and are no longer working. The original source files are still unrecoverable, but the rest of the game works.
ART, DESIGN & CODE:
STEVE HUTCHISON – concept, design, marketing, art & code
KIM HUTCHISON – QA
JASON KEALEY – ASP, website
VOICE ACTING:
MIKE AWADA as Tom Green
TOM FULP as Glenn Humplik
ADAM ALSO as Phil Giroux
MICHELLE ANNE as Drew Barrymore
LARRY DAY as the Narrator
DID YOU KNOW?
• HACKY THE RACCOON is the sequel to another viral Flash game: BEAT TOM GREEN ()
• HACKY THE RACCOON received millions of hits in its first years when the MPAA legally threatened Newgrounds founder TOM FULP to take down stolen footage of TOM GREEN’S comedy FREDDY GOT FINGERED ||| more details: http://newgrounds.com/wiki/about-newgrounds/history/stories/mpaa-investi... ~ http://www.newgrounds.com/lit/mpaa.html 
• HACKY THE RACOON creator, artist & developer STEVE HUTCHISON has worked as graphic artist, animator and integrator on games like MATTEL’S SKIP-BO & PHASE 10 for TOM GREEN co-host PHIL GIROUX’s AAA game development company MAGMIC in Ottawa/Gatineau, Canada
• Score as high as you can to unlock DREW BARRYMORE’s character

Trends of Terror 2019: 58 Big Plot Twists

A plot twist is a literary technique that introduces a radical change in the direction or expected outcome of the plot in a work of fiction. In this edition of Trends of Terror, film critic Steve Hutchison reviews 58 horror and horror-adjacent movies with big plot twists sorted from best to worst. How many have you seen?

Decades of Terror 2019: 2000's Horror Movies

Steve Hutchison reviews 100 amazing horror films from the 2000’s. Each film is analyzed and discussed with a synopsis and a rating. The movies are ranked from best to worst. How many have you seen?

Shark Week 2019

Sharks can be giant, mutated, metallic, or prehistoric. Some of them live in tornadoes, some in the snow. Sharks are our friends, except when they’re hungry, which they usually are. If you show signs of weakness or aggression, you will be attacked. If you bleed, you will be attacked. Shark Week is the time of the year when you do not want to be swimming with sharks. In this book, I review 64 shark movies ranked from worst to decent. If you watch them in order, they will only get better.

Best of Terror 2019: Top 300 Horror Movies

The following recommendations are the best 15% of 1900 horror and horror-adjacent movies reviewed by Steve Hutchison. Movies are sorted according to the average of various ratings: overall, story, creativity, acting, quality, and rewatchability. How many have you seen?

Checklist of Terror 2019: Scientific Villains

This book contains ranked checklists of movies with aliens, giants, invaders, mutants, parasites, robots, dimensional beings, hybrids, infected people, invisible people, machines, and otherness. How many have you seen?