Halloween is always lurking about, so sharpen up your knives and start carving up some heads with our spooky Halloween collection if you dare!
Just because Santa's back at the North Pole getting drunk on eggnog doesn't mean you can't stay in the holiday spirit with our big Christmas collection!
I-Mockery's largest game project ever is the ultimate tribute to the Nintendo Entertainment System! Take control of Abobo and destroy everything to save Aboboy!
What happens when something appears in a game that shouldn't be there? Take a tour with us on the wild side of video games!
A throwback to the classic adventure games of yesteryear, this is our largest Flash game ever complete with a save game feature and all original music!
See all of your favorite old NES characters like you've never seen them before! The end of 8-bit innocence has arrived in the form of the Pixel Pals comic strips!
Did you know Santa Claus is a kung fu expert with serious rage issues? Take control of Santa as he punches & kicks his way through loads of 8-bit madness!
Check out Count Pop's wildest spookster story yet with his Halloween Hootenanny Hullabaloo! You'll laugh, you'll cringe, you'll cry and you'll even dance!
One of our most popular flash games ever! 4 levels of intense retro gaming action! This game is loaded with hidden easter eggs!
You haven't seen truly absurd games until you've seen these rom hacks! From Wilford Brimley to Satanic Mario Bros., you won't believe people made these.
Remember those bizarre little pink wrestling figures from the 80's? It's high time each of them got a name! All 233 of them now have one along with a bio!
An in-depth look at some of the best and worst items to come out of the 80's Nintendo era! From cheap "Brand X" controllers to underwear, Nintendo had it all!
Simon Belmont may have killed off Dracula, but now he's gotta kill off that bastard priest and more! Sacrilege was never this much fun in one of our earliest games!
Take just one quick listen to any of the aural atrocities and you'll quickly want to jab a hot poker into your ear to end the agony! Fabio, Hulk Hogan and more!
Not many sites can claim that they have the ultimate evil internet Mexican wrestling superstar luchador fighting in their corner, but we can! Viva El Serpento!
|Freddy In Space||Black Nerd|
|BomToons||The Human Marvels|
|J-List||RoG's Wish List|
Just the other week, I a visit to the 2013 Comikaze expo, and I had a great time checking out all the cool merchandise, impressive cosplayer costumes, and running into some icons from my childhood including Pete & Pete, Donkey Lips, and "Weird" Al Yankovic. As it always seems to be the case with conventions, I got a bit overexcited and started yelling at everything in sight. My Comikaze coverage is split up into the two videos below:
And here's part 2:
Hope you enjoyed the new vids, and big thanks to John (Dr. Boogie) for following me around all day with the camera, cuz I really had a blast shooting everything. As always, please drop a comment on the videos page and subscribe to my channel if you haven't already. More videos to come!
With our "Four Seasons of Pixels" poster collection complete, I know a lot of you have been wondering if we would ever make another one. After all, it's not like there's a fifth season, so where do we go from here? Well, let's just say I have something new in mind and I think you're gonna absolutely love it. But before I can show any of it, there's much work to be done. Once again, I wanna give all of you a chance to help create our next poster. You've pitched in some fantastic ideas for our previous efforts, many of which ended up on the prints, so it's time for you to use your noggins once more to help us produce another insane world of pixels.
With that in mind, please post your suggestions for characters and anything else you'd love to see in our next pixel print in the comments section below - you don't even need a registered account to post 'em. What's nice this time is that your ideas don't have to be season or holiday specific; you really can suggest just about anything that comes to mind. Be sure to make as many suggestions as you can come up with; the more we receive, the more likely it is that we'll include some of 'em on this poster. Also, if you can, please break your suggestions down into two separate categories: GOOD and EVIL. It'll really help us keep things sorted out. To help get your creative juices flowing, here's a small sampling of the happy chaos that can be found on our previous pixel prints:
I'm really excited about this next print, and it's going to be nice working with Pox on non-seasonal one for the first time. And for those of you who haven't had a chance to pick up our spring, summer, fall, and winter themed prints, they're still available here.
Alright, start posting your suggestions here in this thread and maybe your ideas will end up on our next big pixel print!
Don't mind us... we're just a couple of monsters... Halloween party monsters that is. Even though Halloween falls on a weekday this year, I hope you all still find the time to celebrate it in style, whether you're going trick-or-treating, attending a costume party, or simply handing out candies and having an awesome horror movie marathon in your home all night long. Just make sure you do something. For me, Halloween is always a huge celebration of my favorite season of the year, and it marks the culmination of two lengthy months of nonstop, obsessive work all about the holiday.
As you know by now, I dedicate an entire two months to Halloween every year. It's a huge undertaking that swallows my life from September 1st - October 31st, but it's always an absolute blast to work on. This year was probably the busiest I've ever been, because not only was I constantly trying to update the site with new Halloween material, but I was also working on my upcoming Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla game every day. As you can imagine, this season has been a complete blur within all that going on at once, so with today being Halloween, now seems like a good time to recap some of the highlights we've covered these past two months:
-We found out that monsters love to party with the classic pop-o-matic bubble Yipes! board game.
-We gave a special book report about a Camp Crystal Lake young adult novel that placed the curse of Jason Voorhees smack dab in the middle of a carnival.
-We witnessed the glorious return of all five Monster Cereals in retro boxes, together for the first time ever.
-We learned about a bizarre creature with a penchant for crooning in Brain Damage.
-We listened to tunes on the Jack-O-Juke - our Halloween music jukebox with over 180 spooky songs and counting.
-We found out that the afterlife is even harder for Beetlejuice on the NES.
-We ate Mummified Cheetos that came in glow-in-the-dark treat bags.
-We learned about how Glo-Bones was an incredible skeleton toy that fit in your pocket.
-We discussed some things that shouldn't be scary but often are.
-We splattered your soul with more Greatest Horror Movie Moments.
-We realized that not only is there a Halloween Hot Sauce set that comes in a coffin, but we also have some awesome people in the community who have great hot sauce label ideas of their own.
-We attended the opening night of Halloween Horror Nights for another fun-filled haunt.
-We watched Doc Mock chat with the likes of Bruce Campbell, Bill Moseley, Calico Cooper and more on the red carpet of the Eyegore Awards about all things horror.
-We tried to understand the chaos behind the classic Dr. Chaos NES game.
-We found out that the King's Dominion Haunt is still filled with all kinds of great Halloween attractions.
-We were invited to the very first Los Angeles Halloween Convention.
-We examined some of the finest examples of Horror Video Game Box Art.
-We put three random Halloween Costumes to the test.
-We realized that it's hard to keep your cool when there's somebody murdering people at a ski resort in Iced.
-We conducted yet another extremely thorough Halloween Candy Taste Test.
-We realized Baby Ghost Ducks are probably the greatest Halloween lawn ornaments ever made.
-We remembered that Zombie Nation is still the best game about a vengeful flying severed head that pukes a lot.
-We unboxed and uncovered the truth about a Halloween Mystery Toy.
-We were baffled as to why the Halloween Cuponk beerless beer pong game even exists.
-We marveled at the insane crop creations found at Scarecrow Alley.
-We learned that not only is C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. a real movie, but it also has some important life lessons to teach us.
-We saw the return of our Halloween Club Pack, which then completely sold out.
-We gave some much needed exposure to the criminally overlooked Monster Squad TV Series from way back in 1976.
-And last but not least, Pee-wee Herman made my Halloween even better by posting a photo my 2010 Halloween costume. Incredible!
You know there is no time I enjoy more than Halloween each year, and having so many of you making I-Mockery your online Halloween home truly makes it all the better. I really try to give you guys the best and widest variety of Halloween coverage you'll find anywhere online every season - from visiting haunts and reviewing movies, to taste testing candies and tracking down the most absurd novelties and more, I always try to make every season special and filled with surprises. Please stick around and continue to share the site with your friends, and I'll do my best to keep that tradition going strong for years to come.
I'll likely have some post-Halloween photos up here along with some other big site updates soon, so be sure to check back often. As usual, I must thank Dr. Boogie for his fantastic contributions to our Halloween celebration. Additional thanks to Protoclown for chiming in with a few Halloween bits as well. I also gotta give Re major credit for allowing me to make our home look like it was hit by a Halloween hurricane these past few months.
Of course, a huge thanks again to you for sticking with us during our annual "Two Months of Halloween" celebration. It's a lot of work to put all this content together, but it's a lot of fun too, and your continued feedback definitely helps keep my energy up throughout the season. If you haven't already, please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and uh... tumble us on Tumblr. This is a completely independent web site, and we rely entirely on people like YOU to spread the word about it, so please do so if you can!
Please drop a comment (whether you're logged in or not) in the blog here and let me know what you thought of the Halloween season and what your favorite articles were. Also, let me know what your Halloween plans are and feel free to post photos of your costumes if you're dressing up or your decorations or any other Halloweeny things you like!
Thanks again everyone and have a keen Halloween!
In his latest Mini Mausoleum episode, Doc Mock reviews the Halloween "Let It R.I.P." edition of Cuponk! It's a game with all the excitement of beer pong... without the beer. Spooooooky!
What are your thoughts on Cuponk? Played any other corny Halloween games this season? If so, lemme know about 'em by dropping a comment. And again, in case you missed the previous Doc Mock episode, you can still check it out right here!
Doc Mock's Mini Mausoleum has returned for another YouTube episode, and this time he reviews a set of what just might be the greatest Halloween lawn ornaments you'll ever see: Baby Ghost Ducks!
Hope you enjoy it and thanks for watching! By the way, if you missed the previous Doc Mock episode, you can check it out right here!
So I was recently invited to be one of the guests on the PrePopCulture podcast, hosted by Jen Krueger (no relation to Freddy), to talk about good horror movies to watch during the Halloween season. Jen is basically terrified of real horror movies, so while she made suggestions for some family friendly Halloween options, it was up to Jake Jabbour and I to recommend the scarier stuff. We had a really fun discussion, so check it out if you're looking for a nice way to keep your ears occupied for an hour. If you happen to be on iTunes, please rate her podcast to help it out too. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for listening in!