We have no doubt the insect world teems with unsettling images, at least when you're up close or deep in the dirt. But spiders? Hell, you see those monsters in the corner of your bedroom! And forget the fact that they're handy neighbors to have around, chewing up mosquitoes, flies, and other pests with ease.
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 others want to scoff at the idea. After all, the film did have two sequels, neither of them impressing much. The much maligned Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows and the unusual and a bit over-the-top Blair Witch somehow just didn't have the newness magic the original had, but it just so happens that the original director Eduardo Sanchez himself recently came out and spoke of the very real possibility...
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 we won't reveal that until you get to the bottom of the list.
Actually, you'll probably won't be surprised at all. After all, this is an iconic structure heralded with history of the bloody kind. In Salt Lake City, Utah, this house at 509 E. 3rd Ave. N features four beastly bedrooms and 2.25 bathrooms; and if you ever had the pleasure of perusing the dark halls of the place where Michael Myers wreaked havoc, you'd be welcome to the splendor that is the genre of scary horror stuff!
As I ponder yonder of the horizon, my son, a cold sphere, appears
When you think about it, it makes perfect sense: music sets the mood. And there's nothing moodier than a good, sultry, sick horror film! Or horror TV series, for that matter. When looking at the thematic displays of how horror plays out in music, the fact is for quite a while we only saw the genre penetrate a certain type of music: rock n' roll.