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‘Phantasm’ Creator Don Coscarelli Wants to Create a ‘Phantasm’ Video Game

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'Phantasm' Creator Don Coscarelli Wants to Create a 'Phantasm' Video Game

It looks like the iconic Phantasm series could be next in line to get a video game adaptation. Don Coscarelli, creator of the beloved horror series, expressed in a recent tweet that there is no better time to make a Phantasm video game than now. Can you imagine playing as Reggie or Mike as you venture around the Tall Man’s sinister Dunsmuir-Hellman Historic Estate?

I personally would love to see Gun Interactive jump on this, considering how much of a great job they did with the Friday the 13th video game (review here). We also have the Texas Chainsaw Massacre game from the same company to look forward too as well.

The classic 1979 horror film follows:

The residents of a small town have begun dying under strange circumstances, leading young Mike (Michael Baldwin) to investigate. After discovering that the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm), the town’s mortician, is killing and reanimating the dead as misshapen zombies, Mike seeks help from his older brother, Jody (Bill Thornbury), and local ice cream man Reggie (Reggie Bannister). Working together, they try to lure out and kill the Tall Man, all the while avoiding his minions and a deadly silver sphere.

Would you like to see Gun Interactive or a similar company bring a Phantasm video game to life? If so, what important elements from the 5 films in the series do you think should be included? As usual, you can let us know the answers to both questions down in our Disqus comments area below this post.

Stay tuned to Dark Universe for more possible updates on the Phantasm video game to come.

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