Super awesome Freddy Nike’s! Totally official! Too bad we didn’t have these in the 80’s. You would have been the coolest kid on the playground and everyone would want to be your friend. These sneakers were featured as part of a Nike Skateboarding ‘Horror Pack’. They hit shelves back in the fall 2008, but sold out immediately. These don’t come cheap as they range from $600+.
Remember this? NightMarE the board game! You muusstt obey the gatekeeeper…..I remember going to my friends house and we played this in his basement(which was a scary place to begin with) and I SWEAR I thought the whole thing was real! I couldn’t explain how the gatekeeper was so accurate with his responses. Good timez. This seller has the original Nightmare game with more
Now I know what you’re gonna say….”hey this isn’t horror“. Well…it’s still a mask, and a COOL ONE at that! Straight from the cartoons and the actual Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comes the Casey Jones Mask! How cool is this thing?
Michael Jackson theme today! Featuring items from Thrillllleeeerrrrrrr….
If you have missed this auction, I’m sorry to say….but no one has bought the MJ Abstract Thriller painting for $12,000,000 dollars. Common now, 12 Mil?? Ummm….this painting was getting some news on other sites but I had to do my own investigation to see who this painter is. Supposedly it’s a guy named TOMMERVIK who does abstract paintings and sells them on his website. His paintings consists of other celebrities such as Elvis, Spock from Star Strek and Pee Wee Herman(also asking an insane amount for them). You can also submit your offer for his work but make sure you don’t go under the 7 digit mark .
But don’t worry folks….there’s other nice paintings out there like this one below that caught my eye! BUT….another problem ……sellers from Romania. So you’ll need to make sure you times(x) the price by 2 when paying for shipping.
All is good though…because I just found the WOLF BUST FROM THRILLER!!! How awesome is this:
“The need for Speed” Can ZERO launcher App handle a bumpy road
The great thing about Android devices is the fact that everyone can customize their phone to what they love. Some put in more effort than others, however everyone agrees on one thing. Speed and performance is a necessity. I started streaming a lot of movies online, specially the old Nightmare on Elm Street films (can fight the test of time!). The streaming, mixed with The Ring live wall paper working in the background was slowing my phone. Even when I tried to answer a text with the movie playing in the background my phone was slowwww. So my friend told me to get Zero launch app from google play. It worked like a charm!
For those who might not be aware of what “launcher” apps are, I will give a brief overview. A launcher is there to customize your mobile home screen, sort widgets and apps, organize your day all this while limiting utilization and keeping your mobile response time speedy and smooth.
Launchers typically fall under two categories, smart launcher and design or preference launchers. Some help organize your day while others can lighten up your home screen with a wide range of cool themes.
ZERO Launcher falls under both categories. It’s a lightweight launcher under 2MB, extremely quick response and load time. Swipe your way through ZERO’s menu, set your apps and select free themes as homescreen. The theme selection is very easy and straight to the point. Over 60% of android users who install launcher type of apps will limit their usage to strictly homescreen functionalities. This was a smart move by the app developers to prioritize this functionality as straight to the point and simple
You can basically make your way across this whole app without ever having your finger release the screen. We pretty much tested the guts out of it and the app never choppy at any point.
The offered themes are lavish and should keep you busy. The developers’ seem high on their word of free themes forever. It is still premature to find out how often new content will be available and how in tuned they will keep their clients with the product. V2.3 is now released and some theme locker features seem to be fixed. Overall this app has delivered as promised; lightweight, quick and robust for such a small app. We will keep a close eye on it over the next couple of months to see how the app progresses
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5 Nights at Freddy is a must-have download for horror lovers. I know that the game is available at the Google Play Store and also fror download in the iTunes store, but I am not sure if the game is avaiable for consolees just yet (only PC version).
You are basically a new security guard replacing another security guard for the night shift.Yor goal is to watch over a children’s restaurant during the night. Before your shift starts, you get a courtesy call from the old security guard who preps you for the night shift. He tells you of animatronic robots that sometimes wake up during the night and converge on the first sign of human life that they can ‘entertain’.
Through a selection of security cameras, a battery-powered torch, and an empty animatronic bear head for confusing the critters, players must use a variety of techniques to keep their new friends at bay long enough to make it through the night, and subsequently through as many nights as possible.
Although the game warns players about jump scares, they shouldn’t expect the experience to amount to nothing but a cheap scare. It creates an atmosphere that’s much more than that, thanks to some excellent sound effects. The creepy camera watching, the sounds of the camera turning and the phone calls from the last security guard adds some suspense to the casual horror lover that can appreciate a nice scare when the time comes.
Upon first glance, Five Nights at Freddy’s visuals could put off a lot of players who might stop playing because the graphics is not up to par, but I’d encourage them to give it a chance – especially if they’re horror fans.
Thanks for all the support we received over the last few months. It’s never easy to recover from a database crash, especially since all the sites content has been wiped out in one setting. I believe deep down that Iw as smart enough to do a backup file for HorrorSniped, however, while I am looking for that backup (if one does exisit), we would like to continue with our mission of showcasing rare horror auctions, doing movie reviews and mobile app reviews for all you horror fanatics.
Over the past year the team here has gone mobile. We just all finish watching the first Nightmare on Elm Street on our phones while taking the train to Toronto for the Horror Con expedition! We will be doing a run through of game apps and what we believe horror fanatics will like to watch or play on their phone.
Are you guys getting the same problems with having junk all over your front? I started downloading a bunch of Japanese horror movies and they were getting mixed up with my other downloads. I actually stumbled on this app that helped me organize my movies by putting them in folders/recreating sources for better viewing. The app is called 360 security so it does more than just organize. I actually got it for that but there’s more to it like protecting your files from intruders and even doing location based GPS check on where your phone is. Pretty cool huh? After using it for a few weeks I wanted to do a review so you can understand more about this life saver.
As the mobile experience pushes new boundaries every day, so does the risk of an unprotected smartphone being exposed to the wrong audience. It took years for us to finally understand that trusting and clicking everything we see on our desktop computers will surely get you into trouble down the line.
With nearly 90% of North Americans browsing, clicking or installing with smartphones, so comes the risk of unwanted files being stored as we won’t expect it. App developers have come to bank on an angle of antivirus or security utilities to keep you safe. We have tested out a popular one. – 360 security. App is very easy to install and get used to. It is full of rich features covering half dozen angles. From security locking to mealtime virus scan, the app delivers as promised. The utility also assists with residue file deletion after an app or game was previously un-installed. Although 360 does mention speed and memory saving as a feature, this really depends on how a user maintains their smartphone. If you are the type to keep things neat, then the feature won’t really help. Are you the type that downloads everything you land your eyes on? Then the junk clean feature will assist. One of the most important things to consider before installing a security app is to find out if the app will cause latency on your device while it’s running. This is what differentiates the winners and losers when looking at security apps. 360 fairs well, depending how you maintain the app. There are some best practices that can really boost usage of the app. Learn the due and don’t before installing. Overall 360 has solid performance and smooth usage. It will be critical to see if they maintain updates over the next quarter before crowing the app king of security.
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Derek back with another app review, this time focusing on keeping your files private! This App is very simple and straight to the point. This is why I like it so far. It does not confuse you or get into technical features and settings that can shy the user away and drop interest.
The name says it all, Privacy Lock, keep your mobile safe and protect your personal content. In a nutt shell it’s added security when logging into your phone. You can add a second password to unlock your apps. Speed is pretty good, sometimes you need to back out and try a second time. I would strongly suggest keeping the same password because things can get confusing. You can also lock and protect vids and pics which is also a clever feature when you sometimes leave your phone unlocked around friends or loved ones ;).
There is one more feature of backing up your apk files. Not a huge fan of this because I don’t really keep a messy dashboard. If I am done with an app and want to uninstall it, then chances are I won’t be using that app again. You can then restore your backed up apks for quick recovery. This is also a small app under 10mb so it installs pretty quickly. Some people might shy away of the fact that all this added protection slows down your experience, it really depends on what you are looking for. If privacy inside your phone is very important for you, then I would give privacy lock a try.
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This is a really cool piece of horror history. A screen used hook from the original Night of the living dead. It’s nicely displayed in a custom shadowbox. Would love to have this in my collection.
This is possibly the best poster art for a horror movie! Who doesn’t remember going to the video store and seeing this in the horror section when you were a kid? It was always mind-catching and when I eventually rented it….WOW…. I never forget Amy’s face when she turned into a vampire. It’s really badass! I’m still trying to find a “bust” of her somewhere .
Not a fan of remakes but the remake for Texas Chainsaw Massacre was not bad at all! But of course this wasn’t one of my childhood nostalgic horror movies. This seller has up the exact replica mask for Leatherface’s mask in the 2003 remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Not a bad opening price.