Posts Tagged ‘sepulchre’

Wot I Think: The Charnel House Trilogy

By Philippa Warr on April 21st, 2015.

A Sepulchre sandwich

Inhale, Sepulchre and Exhale make up The Charnel House Trilogy [official site]. It’s a point and click project devised by developers Owl Cave which follows two passengers as they take a train journey to a remote location.

Sepulchre was initially released a couple of years back and I was fond of it as a standalone piece. It’s a vignette which taps into older horror story tropes – the ones which involve creepiness and that very Victorian morbid fascination with the tomb – rather than body horror or torture porn. Now bookended and recontextualised by Inhale and Exhale I’m struggling to find that former fondness.

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Tombsday: Owl Cave’s Making Charnel House Trilogy

By Philippa Warr on February 20th, 2015.

Hi, Alex!

Remember Sepulchre and how you all played it based on my Have You Played…? recommendation? Well apparently it’s now part of a trilogy – The Charnel House Trilogy, to be precise.

Owl Cave’s creepy horror short will thus be getting a prequel and a sequel called Inhale and exhale respectively. It’s basically a Sepulchre sandwich except calling it that would have been less in keeping with the entombment theme than Charnel House. God, I’m really hungry.

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Have You Played… Sepulchre?

By Philippa Warr on December 10th, 2014.

A puppy, you say?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game recommendations. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time.

Point and click tale Sepulchre is a tiny slip of a thing, but that doesn’t stop it from being a curious and creepy story at the same time.

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Wot I Think: Sepulchre

By John Walker on September 2nd, 2013.

Creators of the splendid Richard & Alice, Owl Cave, have taken a brief diversion from their next game – Location Services – to create a short, free adventure vignette. Sepulchre is a brief horror tale about a man on a train.

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