I love horror movies! I watch just about any kind of horror, from the black and white classics to modern masterpieces and everything in between.
I also write fiction. Here's a link to my latest horror/fantasy novella.
The Legacy of the Blair Witch Project
It’s hard to believe in this social media and internet savvy age, that 23 years ago two young film makers were able to convince movie goers that The Blair Witch Project was a genuine documentary. But that was the premise of the online marketing campaign that had punters clamouring to see this independent horror film, made for around $60,000 dollars and going on to generate some $250m worldwide.
Films Where Horror is Heard But Not Seen
Sometimes you just want to see the monster. Imagine King Kong with no actual Kong sighting, just the suggestion that a giant ape was causing chaos and destruction, a shadow sweeping past the top of the Empire State building, an angry roar from a creature just off-camera. No thanks. Show us the ape!
How My Love of Horror Begun
My love of horror films was a bit like a sexual awakening. It’s hard to pin down the exact moment I became a horror lover, just as it’s hard to say the precise point at which I realised my sexuality. It was a love that developed gradually. Before I was ever allowed to watch a horror film, I pined for them. They were a forbidden fruit that I was desperate to taste.
Five Horror Movies That Will Actually Make You Shudder
Now, I’ve watched a lot of horror movies. I mean a serious amount of horror movies. Everything from subtle supernatural chillers to full-on blood and guts. As a result, I have definitely become somewhat desensitised to the effects of them.