horror wallpaper of the day
As we celebrate the final countdown toward Halloween, the last batch of wallpapers are going to be from the coolest horror flicks ever (not that they pretty much haven't been all along). Let's kick things off with an old-school reference: some classic Universal horror, in this case James Whale's 1931 classic Frankenstein, which launched the long horror career of a British actor named William Henry Pratt, who achieved fame under the stage name Boris Karloff.
As a bonus (and to make up for not postying one Saturday), here's wallpaper from Capcom's new version of Resident Evil for the Nintendo GameCube, courtesy Capcom's official Resident Evil site. In an unusual move, rather than creating a sequel for the platform, Capcom remade the original Resident Evil game to take advantage of the GameCube's more advanced capabilities.