A.R. Marquez8 hours ago
'Dawn of the Dead' (1978) vs. 'Dawn of the Dead' (2004)
Whenever a movie is remade, comparisons between the original movie and the remake are inevitable. George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, a movie about survivors of a zombie outbreak taking refuge in a shop...
Tom Baker11 hours ago
Kluge
Kluge woke up that morning, rolled out of bed, went to the sink. He looked in the cracked, yellow mirror, wiped a hand across his eyes, twisted the little brass knob of the spigot. A trickle of water ...
Pierre Roustan12 hours ago
5 Shocking Videos on Demonic Possession that Will Make You Believe
When you think about it, out of all sub-genres and tropes in horror media, quite honestly the concept of demonic possession envelopes and chokes the fear into and out of many simply out of enigma. And...
'Mandy' Is a Roller Coaster Ride Through the Gates of Hell
Mandy starring Nicolas Cage is a hell-raising retro-trippy horror film tracing back to the 80s with LSD drug-induced hauntingly-beautiful fantasy images that will give you nightmares with a twist of Satanism! It's a violent, bone-chilling disturbing, sinister satanic “rock opera.” If you've ever witnessed rock films like Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” and Rocky Horror—you can well relate to a classic heavy metal album such as Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell and combine it “Ghost Rider” and “Raising Arizona...
Trance Channeling
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Mia Petitti2 days ago
4 Must Read Books for Thriller/Suspense Writers & Lovers to Read ASAP
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Amanda Stables2 days ago
Ten Scariest Japanese Urban Legends
Scary Japanese urban legends are aplenty, but here are the top ten scariest.
Jesse Kinney12 days ago
10 Best Slasher Villains of All Time
The horror genre has always been littered with incredible villains. From unknown creatures and demons to your run of the mill psychotic serial killers, there is no denying the lasting effect these ant...
synovelle w.a month ago
The Horror Genre and Jump-Scares: A Thought
Boo. Didn’t really scare you, did I? Of course not. Text can’t really give you a good ol’ startle. It doesn’t make you jump from your britches and let out a yell of surprise, huh? I guess the word I’m...
Neal Litherlanda month ago
5 Famous Slashers (And Their Real-Life Counterparts)
No matter how much blood and gore splatters the screen when you're watching a horror movie, you can always comfort yourself by repeating the ancient, childhood mantra of, “It's only a movie. It isn't ...
Evelyn Starra month ago
Reasons Why Horror Movies Are Good for Your Health
Turns out that your parents were wrong to ban scary films at your slumber parties because horror movies are good for your health. Yup. Stop covering your ears and hiding your eyes during the gory part...
Carlos Gonzalez2 months ago
Halloween Horrorthon 2018 - The Finalists
Hello one and all. So, it's 2018 and I'm laying a few key choices for which movies to watch on the eve of all Saints. As I did last year, I managed to add a new movie, which was the defacto belated se...
A.R. Marquez8 hours ago
'Dawn of the Dead' (1978) vs. 'Dawn of the Dead' (2004)
Whenever a movie is remade, comparisons between the original movie and the remake are inevitable. George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, a movie about survivors of a zombie outbreak taking refuge in a shop...
'Mandy' Is a Roller Coaster Ride Through the Gates of Hell
Mandy starring Nicolas Cage is a hell-raising retro-trippy horror film tracing back to the 80s with LSD drug-induced hauntingly-beautiful fantasy images that will give you nightmares with a twist of Satanism! It's a violent, bone-chilling disturbing, sinister satanic “rock opera.” If you've ever witnessed rock films like Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” and Rocky Horror—you can well relate to a classic heavy metal album such as Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell and combine it “Ghost Rider” and “Raising Arizona...
Michael Reynoso6 days ago
'The Nun' Movie Review: A New 'Conjuring' Spin-off Has Arrived!
The Nun is the biggest horror movie opener since The Conjuring, and it gave us endless suspense from beginning to end. So The Nun movie is the prequel to The Conjuring and the movie was a solid horror...
Trance Channeling
Trance channeling influences my writing in a big way because I’m able to channel my work fully formed or at least in a state that requires less editing. I’m focused enough because of my medication to ...
What Is Trance Channeling?
I have schizophrenia, but I’m also a trance medium. Trance channeling is a psychic ability in which mediums let a spirit communicate with their mind or a medium can, conversely, listen to the spirits ...
Tom Baker7 days ago
The Handless Haunt of Spedlin's Tower
Imagine being confined in a dark pit, a dungeon, and left manacled until, in an act of utter desperation, YOU EAT YOUR OWN HANDS. Apparently, it really happened. In Spedlin's Tower, an ancient hellhol...
Ada Zuba3 days ago
Halloween Costumes
It is that time of year again; bring the hype for Halloween. So, here is a list of things you can do on your own and they are cheap. Last time I was in Value Village they had an incredible costume for...
Yes Lisay10 days ago
What’s This Fall Season Movie to Watch?
As September starts rolling in, so does the season of fall. The fall season usually means scary movies arriving to theaters. So, what’s this fall season movie to watch? Well no other than the reboot o...
Linda Paul11 days ago
The Celtic Origins of Halloween
How many people actually know the origins of our major holidays? Most of our holidays such as Christmas, Easter and especially Halloween are deeply rooted in Celtic pagan rites and rituals. Most of th...
Tom Baker11 hours ago
Kluge
Kluge woke up that morning, rolled out of bed, went to the sink. He looked in the cracked, yellow mirror, wiped a hand across his eyes, twisted the little brass knob of the spigot. A trickle of water ...
Scott Allen Ham2 days ago
The Dirty South (Chapter 3)
Still Thursday Carl talked the whole trip to Sharky’s Pizza. It was so odd as he was saying some of the most heartfelt things that I in no way deserved. “True friends are hard to come by,” was one thi...
Molly Winton2 days ago
A B C Doomed
Child A Without all the paintings hung out on display the place seemed a lot bigger. More like a maze. There was a ceaseless buzzing in the corridor. A boundless energy of those who moved through it, ...
Pierre Roustan12 hours ago
5 Shocking Videos on Demonic Possession that Will Make You Believe
When you think about it, out of all sub-genres and tropes in horror media, quite honestly the concept of demonic possession envelopes and chokes the fear into and out of many simply out of enigma. And...
Melissa Dillon2 days ago
Dolly
Dinah's mother died during child birth leaving her in the care of Dinah's father. Dinah's father blamed her mother's death on Dinah though and treated her like a pile of smelly dog poop. Dinah lived in the small garage they had. Her only position being a doll her mother bought her before she died. One day Dinah's father comes in and breaks the doll. The doll had a demon inside of it and when the doll broke the demon went to Dinah. Dinah is now called Dolly. Dolly is a cannibal seeking revenge on Dinah's father. What will happen when Dolly finds him and if she doesn't what will she do then?
Ace Parker2 days ago
Dolls of the Devil (Pt. 1): Annabelle
Ah, Annabelle. Because dolls aren't scary enough already. I have to admit, Hollywood overdid it with the cracked, worn-out porcelain thing-that-is-supposed-to-be-for-children they used in The Conjurin...
The Books of the Salem Witch Trials
The Witch Trials of the 1600s During the late 1600s, there was a very popular theory going around that witches were living among the common folk. Many books were written, biographies were published an...
Nathaniel Cornsa month ago
Why Are We Scared of Clowns?
You know what clowns are—typically men wearing white makeup, a big wig, and a big nose that are hired to entertain children at birthday parties or at the circus. So why do we also see these seemingly ...
synovelle w.a month ago
The Horror Genre and Jump-Scares: A Thought
Boo. Didn’t really scare you, did I? Of course not. Text can’t really give you a good ol’ startle. It doesn’t make you jump from your britches and let out a yell of surprise, huh? I guess the word I’m...
Jesse Kinney12 days ago
10 Best Slasher Villains of All Time
The horror genre has always been littered with incredible villains. From unknown creatures and demons to your run of the mill psychotic serial killers, there is no denying the lasting effect these ant...
Patrick Sullivan20 days ago
'Halloween' and the Return of the Original Slasher
This October we get to see the return of one of horror film's greatest evils, The Shape! Now you may be looking at the photo above and be thinking "Um, that's Michael Myers though," and I'd tell you y...
Cee Jay22 days ago
Hidden Cabin
Claire loved to travel and explore abandoned old things, like buildings and cemeteries. She heard about this old cabin in the woods where a man would hunt humans, take them to his cabin, and no one wo...
Hannah Burton3 days ago
'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' Review
Now that was an interesting first episode to an apocalypse. It started off immediately with major cities getting nuked and taking an elite few to safe houses called outposts. We don't really see a con...
Dice Rollen8 days ago
The Unaired 'The Munsters' Episode
Hello, guys! My name is Dice Rollen. Today I thought I would review something from one of my favorite TV series, The Munsters. I watched quite a bit of The Munsters when I was younger. Now obviously I’m not a 60s kid, but come on… it’s The Munsters. I’m sure a lot of us are familiar with The Munster family and all their quirky glory. But there was something that I was not aware of until quite a while after I got into my Munster obsession. There was an unaired pilot episode. There’s actually quit...
Sammi Currana month ago
'The Walking Dead' Is Dead Itself
I used to wait every Sunday for The Walking Dead to come on. I would literally shake because I was so excited to see the latest from the Rick Grimes gang. I used to compare it to Game of Thrones. Need...
Amanda Stables2 days ago
Ten Scariest Japanese Urban Legends
Scary Japanese urban legends are aplenty, but here are the top ten scariest.
Pierre Roustan15 days ago
3 Terrifying Short Films About the Forests That Frighten Us
Seriously? Don't mean to poke fun at this, but it really is true: somehow, some way, it seems that in the classic trope and style of a horror film from the bowels of B-cheese like Friday the 13th to e...
Skyler Whitfield22 days ago
Fireflies in the Dark
Twelve Years ago... A young couple moves into a large manor on the edge of town, Rowan Manor, named for its unlikely grove of rowan trees. Unusual, as they are the only such trees to grow in the small...
Mia Petitti2 days ago
4 Must Read Books for Thriller/Suspense Writers & Lovers to Read ASAP
Books—can't get enough of them, personally. When I die, turn my ashes into the paper for book pages. Now, you may not be as intense as I am (not a bad thing), but books can be both entertaining and fu...
Dagny Desiree10 days ago
Book Review: 'The Death of Mrs.Westaway'
From the writer of the #1 New York Times, bestselling author of The Woman In Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware comes The Death Of Mrs. Westaway. A fictional thriller that keeps you on your toes throughout the who...
Sam Cheesman22 days ago
'Drink Some Champagne, Flirt with a Hardbody, Find Some Blow'
For the first time so far, this chapter really belongs to Price in that we see a completely different side to him and so, a completely different side to the Wall Street socialite "stereotype" that we’...
Megan Cheung3 days ago
Is the World Ever Safe? (Part 1)
Running through the forest making her way to the clearing that is only inches away. Heart racing, lungs short of breath, she whipped her head back to see if he was still following. Nothing, she starte...
Jayres Green5 days ago
Crave
A sweet melody filled the night as the air around her thickened. Bursts of light broke through the dark hall as she followed the captivating song. Lyrics drowned in beauty and sorrow pulled her soul, ...
Tom Baker11 days ago
Peter Stubbe
There was a time when the world was primitive, ugly: ferocious, just like a hungry wolf. Man lived close to nature and close to the spirit of nature. Man lived in a world populated by strange and trou...