The second year I'm doing this topic. Here is the topic from last year. http://horrordvds.com/community/thr...een-enjoyment-items-and-setup-for-2019.48868/ I'm still not where I want to be in terms of my October setup. It's a continual work in progress. But my DVR is clear, which is a first. And I'm sure I've watched more horror movies so far this month compared to previous years. Some of my items for 2020. I still need to get a few treats. I was going to post the Bloodstained box set last year as a preview. But I didn't expect them to take so long on shipping the extra items. I only received the posters a few months ago. There is a poster by the Castlevania artist. Another by the Final Fantasy artist. And a canvas map of the Bloodstained castle. My intention is to get them framed and enjoy the game next October. Perhaps a bit earlier. Hopefully the game is good. Some of the items are a bit of a let down. The box could be bigger and have better artwork. It was a lot of money to pledge for this level. I got some signed items as well which I'm going to setup for display. But my hope is that this will be one of the designer's best games. His Castlevania Order of Ecclesia, which I played last year is probably his best so far. I do feel that Symphony of the Night is a bit overrated. I have the 3DS there because I'm going to play the 3D demo version of Resident Evil Revelations. I downloaded the demo a while back to test and decided on the console version. But the way the 3DS works, even if you delete a game, it's still logged. So I figured that I would finish the demo and see if there are any good 3D scary moments. Lastly, I'm going to read some of the stories in this Wally Wood EC Comics Artisan Edition that I got some time ago. The artwork is really good. I believe the majority of the stories are sci-fi and war. Only a few horror. But they are old school and have twists to them like Twilight Zone episodes. That cover is crazy too. Hooded characters were always up to no good. Cobra Commander seemed more menacing with the hood. And I remember playing Rolling Thunder in the arcades a lot. In the cut scenes, the guys with hoods were always torturing the girl you were trying to save. Also, I want to read some of these stories to help me decide on this big History of EC Comics book from Taschen. Ever since The Ninth Gate I've been into these limited and well made book editions. What do you guys have for this year?