If you’re a die-hard horror fan, you probably already know about the website and podcast, Nightmare on Film Street.
Occasionally, the crew behind this production gathers ’round the game table to examine horror board games, card games, and pen and paper roleplaying games in a monthly series they call, Table Top Terrors!
This month, frequent contributor Dave Richards, takes a deep dive into Savage Worlds, looking at the system’s suitability for online gaming in this time of social distancing as well as its versatility for running horror games.
We can’t wait to find out how Dave’s players fared when he ran them through the game he describes in the article as “Josie and the Pussycats (2001) meets Footloose (1984) meets John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness (1994).” Whoa!
Check out the review and be sure to give their excellent horror podcast a listen while you’re there!