(un)Common Facts About Horror Movies
Horror movies have been popular for years. Everyone loves to be scared so long as they know it isn’t real. Something about it excites us as humans. And if you are in the horror fandom, there are certain things that you just know, that everyone knows. Maybe that fact is that Stephen King hated Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining. Or maybe that there are curses surrounding some movies like Poltergeist and The Exorcist.
9 Superstitions and Their History
Everyone knows and/or believes in superstitions, but do you know where they came from? If you don’t, no worries. Not a lot of people do. Hell, I didn’t either until I started doing research for my podcast. (All Things Creepy wherever you listen to podcasts, if you’re interested.) So here are some well-known and not-so-well-known superstitions and their history.
Are You in a Horror Movie?
In every horror movie, the characters never seem to realize that they are in one. It even seems like horror movies just don’t seem to exist in their world. And even if they do, they never learn from those characters’ mistakes.
It Can't Wait
They never caught me and they never will. They have never seen me, for I am invisible, even as the either that surrounds your earth. I am not a human being, but a spirit and a demon from the hottest hell. I am what you Orleanians and your foolish police call the Axeman…
How to Talk to a Trans Person
Hey there! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? You look so different now! What happened to you? You used to look so good! Well, you still look good, but before…
The Green Lady
Every city, every town seems to have a creepy legend. And my small hometown of Burlington, Connecticut is no exception to this.
Tattoo FAQ 2
I am here with yet another frequently asked question piece about tattoos. Unlike my last tattoo FAQ, this piece will be covering statements and actions as well as other questions that I get a lot. So I want to give my forever answers and responses to these.
The Hitman didn’t have a good explanation as to why this young boy was sitting in his office, on one of his desk chairs. He wasn’t even supposed to be in a smoke shop, never mind being here in the back office talking to a hired killer. This kid couldn’t be more than thirteen years old.