You really can't turn on any news station these days without being bombarded with information surrounding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). It can be overwhelming, stressful, and upsetting. Some people are stressing how dangerous this virus is, while others are telling you that it's no big deal. The truth is somewhere in the middle. It's dangerous for some people. But it's also not something that every person has to worry about killing them. It is something that we all have to work together to slow the infection rate.
I've always been so fascinated by true crime and especially serial killers. There's something about these cases that are just so scary. So, I decided to scare myself even further by looking at serial killers that have never been caught. Most of them probably never will be caught, unfortunately.
Originally, my intent was to have this post out in December. But, then I realized it was so close to the end of this decade that it would be better suited for after it was over. So, here we are. Happy 2020! This post is the best 10 horror movies from the 2010s, a wild decade if you ask me. There were so many great horror movies that this was hard to get down. This is probably the most recent moment of great horror.
The 2000s were the beginning of second rise of horror movies. The 1990s had been a rough period where identity and stories were still being figured out. The 2000s were taking those stories and perfecting the use of scares, emotions, and characters. Here are the best 10 of the 2000s.
A lot of major horror fans talk about the 1990s as though they were the Medieval period. Admittedly, it was a lower quality time for horror movies. There were more sequels than original work and there was a sense of needed change in the genre. There are still some good movies that should definitely be seen, so check them out!
A few months ago, I wrote this post and let it sit in my drafts. It was something that I needed to do at the time, and now I'm doing a little bit better to have this conversation. That's part of how to handle losing a pet; time. I'm always going to miss Natalie, but with time it doesn't feel like a gaping hole in my chest.