Special effects may be lacking, but vintage horror films still manage to keep our palms sweating and blood pumping; a look back at retro horror films, stories, books and characters that prove everything is scarier in black and white.

Jenn Melon4 months ago
5 Twisted Nursery Rhyme Theories
We all remember when we were children, being taught silly yet cute nursery rhymes from books, schools, or our parents. But not many people are ever sure of the real idea behind certain nursery rhymes....
Edward German6 months ago
The Occult Files of Doctor Spektor
Doctor Spektor is a fictional character that first debuted in Mystery Comics Digest #5 published in July of 1972. Later he would appear in his own comic series The Occult Files of Doctor Spektor which...
Christian Peterson10 months ago
Dissection of the Meleagris Gallopavo
The experiment of the Meleagris Gallopavo began as it normally would: an early morning awakening to light snowfall, hot coffee waiting on the stove, warm crackling heat and, a soon to be insatiable hu...
L.A Banksa year ago
The Darker Meanings Behind Nursery Rhymes
If you’re a parent of children (or have children in the family), chances are that you’ve sung them a nursery rhyme or two in the past. There’s something about those catchy little tunes that kids love,...
Gerald Oppugnea year ago
Must See Horror Movies from the 1960s
The 1960s is a decade chalk full of terrifying horrors that not just make your skin crawl, or even send you leaping in fright. These few titles stick with you, long after even the credits have finishe...
Kasey Reneea year ago
The Top Five Strangest Deaths in History
No one wants to know how they will go. We hope our lives will end with dignity and peace at the end of a long life. But for these five people of history, that wasn't the case.