Jake Smith3 hours ago
The White Abyss (Prologue)
The White Abyss: By : Jake James Morris Smith Jr. <BREAKING NEWS> “After several of our international meteorologists and geologist observing the Arctic Circle for several months. They have confirmed t...
Sammi Curran21 hours ago
'Midsommar' Is the Only Movie You Need to See
There was one movie I’d been looking forward to all year. All year I’ve waited for the next film by Ari Aster. Hereditary blew me away, and I was ecstatic when I heard about Midsommar. I’ll just warn ...
Craig York21 hours ago
A Short Review of 'Midsommar' (2019, Ari Aster)
Before we go into details, I should highlight, if you go to see this film, do not expect a truly scary horror film, because this isn't that. It is a highly intense, disturbing, psychological thriller and drama, with significant elements of humour and heavy connotations of folk horror, displaying a truly, strangely beautiful pagan nightmare. At the same time, it acts as a highly emotional and feminist story of an emotionally fragile and depressed woman having to deal with a bitter family loss and...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: 'Crawl'
Crawl stars Kaya Scoledario as Haley, a college student in Florida. Haley is at the University of Florida on a swimming scholarship, and she's struggling. Haley's times are slowing down, and she's wor...
The Satirical Evolution of the Vampire
As one of the most famous creatures in horror history, the vampire has seen an evolution that few creatures built of lore, legend, fiction, and film have enjoyed" (Karg, Spaite and Sutherland (2009:p1...
Maria Garciaa day ago
Water Nymph
I'm a Pisces, a water sign... At least that is what astrology tells me. Water has always been a part of my life as I was growing up in the Caribbean, swimming every day at the beach until my skin was ...
Felix Helix 2 months ago
15 Dangerous S.C.P.’s
⚠️: This article may contain creepy images and disturbing content. Is the government hiding something? Is there some organization that’s responsible for covering things up? Maybe. The S.C.P. Foundatio...
Tom Baker3 months ago
The Black Corridor
Time is a damned thing. It circles back around on itself, like a snake eating its own tail. Sometimes, events that have transpired, long ago, seem to repeat themselves, as events realign themselves, a...
kit vaillancourt 4 months ago
The Winchester Mystery House and Other Mirrors
She haunted the halls and her own head in equal measure.
Oupost 31LV5 months ago
Making Monsters
It’s unlikely that the settlers of the Southern Nevada desertscape expected a museum of horrors to become a cornerstone of their peaceful early-20th-century city. Yet 88 years later, a decorated hears...
Marielle Sabbag6 months ago
'Happy Death Day'—A Movie Review
Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Well, that sounds encouraging! But, didn’t I just hear those exact same words yesterday? And the day before? And a week ago? Something is strange! I ha...
Neal Litherland6 months ago
5 Horror Movies About Real Demons
Demons are a favorite creature for the horror genre. Ancient and eternal, they come in an infinite variety of forms, and most of the time they don't even need an explanation. Their very existence is a...
Craig York21 hours ago
A Short Review of 'Midsommar' (2019, Ari Aster)
Before we go into details, I should highlight, if you go to see this film, do not expect a truly scary horror film, because this isn't that. It is a highly intense, disturbing, psychological thriller and drama, with significant elements of humour and heavy connotations of folk horror, displaying a truly, strangely beautiful pagan nightmare. At the same time, it acts as a highly emotional and feminist story of an emotionally fragile and depressed woman having to deal with a bitter family loss and...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: 'Crawl'
Crawl stars Kaya Scoledario as Haley, a college student in Florida. Haley is at the University of Florida on a swimming scholarship, and she's struggling. Haley's times are slowing down, and she's wor...
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Hellraiser: Deader' (2005)
I'll give it this much, it was better than Hellraiser: Inferno. Of course, you could make a movie about drinking a shit milkshake and it would be better than Inferno. Yes, that's right, I'm suggesting...
What Do You Expect to See in a Horror Movie?
When writers, producers, and creators sit down at the table to come up with a script for a movie, they have a list of things they want to include. They know they have to play up to viewers' greatest f...
Levi Ouwendijk11 days ago
Unholy Ghosts!
“King Henry the Fifth! Thy ghost I invocate!”—Duke of Bedford, Shakespeare An awful great deal has been made in virtually all spiritual belief systems out of the immaterial; the ghosts and spirits. In...
Andrea Heer12 days ago
The Whispers in the Trees
A blanket of night wraps around the forest, enveloping the plush summer trees in darkness. The air is warm and heavy with moisture. A storm might be near... closing in on the forest to swallow it up i...
WatchMojo 6 months ago
Top 10 Dark Theories About the 'Halloween' Franchise
Just you when thought things couldn’t get any scarier. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Dark Theories About the Halloween Movie Franchise That Will Haun...
Harry Jenner8 months ago
What Does the Success of David Gordon-Green’s Halloween Mean for Horror?
Horror has had a rather surprising but respectable return to the highs of the box office in recent years, both commercially and critically. 2017’s Get Out was met with universal acclaim, winning Best ...
Jake Smith3 hours ago
The White Abyss (Prologue)
The White Abyss: By : Jake James Morris Smith Jr. <BREAKING NEWS> “After several of our international meteorologists and geologist observing the Arctic Circle for several months. They have confirmed t...
J.P. Ash3 days ago
The Necromancer
Anfarin made a noise, somewhere between a sigh and scoff. “Indeed.” Sonass agreed, shaking his cowled head and clasping his nose with a robed hand. The chilled air of the crypt did nothing to weaken t...
Teya Hooper5 days ago
Fix You
"Can you hear me?" My ear twitched. Was the voice real? "That's it, you're waking now." I force my eyes open, a fluttering gooey mess. "Take it easy. There you are. Not too fast now." I tried to sit u...
The Satirical Evolution of the Vampire
As one of the most famous creatures in horror history, the vampire has seen an evolution that few creatures built of lore, legend, fiction, and film have enjoyed" (Karg, Spaite and Sutherland (2009:p1...
Bazal Morania day ago
Coming This Fall to Your Neighborhood Mall
Time for Halloween to mark the beginning of Fall Everyone in costumes trick-o-treating at the mall It’s been a while since this mall has seen a crowd It hasn’t exactly made this neighborhood proud Las...
Anarchy Knighta month ago
The Life of Rue O'Day
The car stopped at a huge house surrounded by forests. My mother, Violence, and I got out of the car, and followed the thin path up to the house. On the door was a big knocker, which was carved in the...
Pierre Roustan4 days ago
'The Blair Witch Project' Director May Go Into the Forest Again Soon
Make no mistake: The Blair Witch Project certainly had its fans. Stephen King himself happens to be one of them. But the idea of new Blair Witch films honestly may even make the fans go meh, and other...
Pierre Roustan5 days ago
Stephen King Adores These 22 Horror Films
What a list, don't you think? And an interesting one given it comes from the master of horror himself. However, you may notice a certain theme here after reviewing the entire list of horror films, but...
Horror Movies on Netflix
There seems to be a lot of people who love to watch horror movies. As of July 2019, there is a long list of horror films to choose from. You might have seen or heard about some of them, but there migh...
Storm Harper2 months ago
Who Is Peter England?
Fortunately for me, Peter decided to abandon his plan to flee California. For the next few months, Peter forced me to observe, watching his method, his ritual, forcing me to try, and memorize it. He m...
Storm Harper2 months ago
Who Is Peter England? (Pt. 3)
We traveled, and he taught me many things over the next years. He was what you call… an avid teacher. My first lesson was in creating an identity. To be able to catch the type of prey we were after, w...
Felix Helix 5 months ago
10 Iconic Horror Movie Villains
We've seen a scary movie once or twice in our lives but if you're one of those who haven't, then what are you doing with your life? Throughout horror films some of the most iconic villains were create...
James Phillip24 days ago
5 Best Animated Horror Storytellers
Do you remember a time when you were at summer camp and your counselors gathered all the kids together to tell scary stories that most likely still haunts your nightmares up till this very day? Or may...
Abstract Ammya month ago
'NOS4A2' Spoiler Free Season Review
Let me start off this review by stating the absolute obvious to any of my frequent readers who have been following me on all platforms since my days at the Radio Station had ended, you know this. But ...
Ashley Dahlke2 months ago
The Must Watch List of Horror and Thriller Netflix Originals
These are some of my absolute FAVORITE Netflix Originals and my go-to list of recommended documentaries, shows, and movies. See the list and watch their trailers below! Can you tell I binge watch Netf...
Briana Marie14 days ago
The Mystery of Sweetwater Lake
The moon shone high above Sweetwater Lake, the sky faded to dusk, and the frogs croaked in the bush. The lake was just behind an old house, a former plantation. The house belonged to Mr. and Mrs. Tayl...
Vagabond Bundy19 days ago
The Elevator Game [Podcast]
(Ritual Game/Creepypasta)
Lotus Moon22 days ago
I Thought Kokkuri-San Was Just a Game
Kokkuri-San is Japan’s answer to our Ouija board. I had heard about it in passing on the internet as just another urban legend. And since I knew little about it, I put it from my mind until it just ca...
Oupost 31LV2 months ago
Author Spotlight: Frank LoProto
It came from 1954. The beast of Sunny Florida. The thing from another world. No, these aren’t movie titles. They’re proper introductions for the first of many authors I hope to spotlight. He’s a horro...
Tom Baker2 months ago
No Exit
Surface, surface, surface... The secret of this review is that it will be a little less than a review. Instead, I suppose it's simply another in a long line of my interminable essays. Whatever the cas...
Becky Jimenes2 months ago
Horror in a 'Heart Shaped Box'
As an avid reader, I can easily go through three or four books a week, particularly during the summer months, and this particular book came into my possession as an impulse buy at my local second hand...
Tom Baker12 days ago
The Hairy Ones Shall Dance
Note: The title of this essay is inspired by the title of a story in the anthology 'Lonely Vigils' by Manly Wade Wellman. It might be wise to begin with a few prefatory remarks about such legends as t...
Matt Blake18 days ago
Declaring a Love for 'Jaws!'
One morning, when I was nine years old, my mother told me about a movie that would be shown on TV that night. She said the film was about a giant killer shark. Immediately my interest was peaked, and ...
Sabri'A Price19 days ago
Movie Review: 'Dead House' (2014)
Scrolling through Hulu's horror movies, I stumbled upon Dead House (2014), a film directed by Brini Amerigo and produced by Marco Palese. I judged a movie by its cover and assumed that people were goi...