Latest in Horror
  • Elisabeth Castleton
    Published 11 minutes ago
    The Mannequins

    The Mannequins

    The party was settling down and people started going home. The beer was gone and the pretty girls had left, so there was not really any reason for me to stay. My ride had gone to take some girl home, so I was forced to wait until he came back.
  • Connie Lee
    Published about 7 hours ago
    5 Classic Horror Movies to Watch Before Halloween

    5 Classic Horror Movies to Watch Before Halloween

    With only a little over a month until Halloween, it's crunch time to binge on as many scary things as possible and for me, that means watching as many horror movies as I can before the best time of the year is gone. Before my fellow Halloween lovers can shed a tear for another spooky season almost behind us (especially for this WEIRD 2020), here are five of my favorite classic horror movies for all of you to indulge in now.
  • Creative Writer
    Published a day ago
    Ghosts and The After Life
  • Olivia Ritota
    Published a day ago
    Damsel or Enchantress

    Damsel or Enchantress

    Once upon a time, in a land far, far away lived a mystical enchantress. The way of her life was unknown to the villagers, as she resided deep in the woods as far as she could manage to seclude herself. The villagers would tell their children tales of children that would go missing once they ventured into the woods in order to keep them from wandering too far into the Evergreens. The tales kept the children safe, yet every once in awhile adult males would randomly go missing. Most figured that those who vanished met their fate with a bear or another beast of the woods failing to truly believe in the tales they told their young ones.
  • Karen Cave
    Published a day ago
    Tunnell

    Tunnell

    I hurried out of work, knowing that as usual if I didn't hurry, I would miss the next train. It wasn't the biggest deal in the world, but I had truly had enough today, and needed more than anything to be on that train, heading home fast, so that I could shed this week's emotional crap and escape into fluffy pyjamas and a massive catch up on the soaps, whilst drinking red wine, and tucking into the tasty, cheesy, oven pizza I had been looking forward to since yesterday.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published a day ago
    Movie Review: 'Ten Minutes to Midnight'

    Movie Review: 'Ten Minutes to Midnight'

    Ten Minutes to Midnight stars Caroline Williams, known for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, as radio goddess Amy Marlowe. Amy is the well known for her show called "10 Minutes to Midnight," a late night radio show in Texas that she's hosted for nearly 30 years. Amy is beloved among her audience but changing times are catching up with her behind the scenes.
Staff Picks
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 4 months ago
    Top 3 Hidden Gem TV Shows You Should Binge Watch

    Top 3 Hidden Gem TV Shows You Should Binge Watch

    We're all spending a lot more time in front of our screens these days, keeping ourselves inside where we're safe and waiting for the pandemic to blow over. For a lot of us, that means we've already chewed through our list of shows we've been meaning to watch, and we've chased it with our old favorites that we turn to in our times of need. If you're coming up dry for new shows to feed that hunger inside you, and you'd like some fictional fears to deal with as a change of pace, here are three spooky shows that even diehard horror fans may have missed.
  • Jonathan Sim
    Published 7 months ago
    'Fantasy Island' Review—Unscary and Painful

    'Fantasy Island' Review—Unscary and Painful

    If I could go to an island where I could have any fantasy I ever wanted, it would be an island where movies this bad don't get made.
  • Lilly F.
    Published 8 months ago
    5 Masterpieces of  Alfred Hitchcock

    5 Masterpieces of Alfred Hitchcock

    At the end of the XIX age, a man was born in London who was prepared to create a new direction in cinema - a unique genre of suspense, which kept in suspense and makes the viewer tremble in anticipation of something incredible and frightening.
  • Liz Zimmers
    Published 9 months ago
    The Belsnickel
  • Kat L'Esperance
    Published 10 months ago
    Encyclopedia of the Deaths in the Smith Family

    Encyclopedia of the Deaths in the Smith Family

    Alabama: One of the fifty states in the United States of America. Where Sarah and her parents and her grandparents and their grandparents have lived.
  • Creepstock
    Published 11 months ago
    10 Cursed Objects That Really Exist

    10 Cursed Objects That Really Exist

    People have always have been fascinated by the supernatural and the occult, especially cursed objects. Cursed objects have been the product of a lot of well known films and other forms of literature but that’s all they are, right? Well, there have been dozens upon dozens of cases of objects that have caused serious misfortune including death for a lot of people. Some people like to pass it off as superstition but there is no denying that there may be a sinister force at work. I’m Cryptic Hatter and here are 10 Cursed Objects That Really Exist:
Book Reviews
  • Rebecca Smith
    Published 9 days ago
    Editorial Report – A Haunted House. Virginia Woolf. 1921

    Editorial Report – A Haunted House. Virginia Woolf. 1921

    Virginia Woolf’s 1921 shorty story - A Haunted House, is a well written ghost story, with a strong central theme. Whilst it is not gothic, it is clear that the piece has been influenced by Poe, with Woolf’s use of poetic devices and descriptions. This is a perfect example of how Woolf has tried to experiment with genre expectations, whilst not deviating much from her central plot. The themes of love, loss, struggle and connection are explored well in this short story, with a twist on the ‘ghost story’ genre.
  • Michele Schultz
    Published 12 days ago
    New Bestseller Horror Fiction

    New Bestseller Horror Fiction

    A seemingly expects to 'horrify' the audience, and with morbid activity leading to themes assume as frightening. For apparently considered "surreal" use harmless science fiction and fantasy tropes. Any supernatural element to the unsettling is placed unnecessary "classification fiction".
  • Coco Jenae`
    Published 20 days ago
    Breaking The Chains

    Breaking The Chains

    Other than my discussion on the comparisons with “Bird Box” and this Pandemic, I haven’t done anything close to a straight forward book review as I’ve already been wanting to. Well, I never do anything straight forward, so here’s something to think about adding to your reading list, that oddly enough ties in, in a very frightening way, to the isolation we all feel right about now as we continue to more or less shelter in place during this Pandemic.
Fiction
  • Karen Cave
    Published a day ago
    Tunnell

    Tunnell

    I hurried out of work, knowing that as usual if I didn't hurry, I would miss the next train. It wasn't the biggest deal in the world, but I had truly had enough today, and needed more than anything to be on that train, heading home fast, so that I could shed this week's emotional crap and escape into fluffy pyjamas and a massive catch up on the soaps, whilst drinking red wine, and tucking into the tasty, cheesy, oven pizza I had been looking forward to since yesterday.
  • Angela Nolan
    Published 2 days ago
    The Other

    The Other

    The wind howled and slammed against the cabin as if trying to transport it to a new mysterious land. That might have been preferable for its occupant Simon Forrester. He had come to his secluded cabin to blow away the cobwebs after a stressful work week. He had spent the day hiking, finding a peacefulness in nature that continued to surprise him, and had returned intending to reward himself with a few beers. Instead, he was confronted with a situation he could not process.
  • Summer Sláyer
    Published 2 days ago
    Death Dimensions

    Death Dimensions

    You think you know the times before ancient Gods, mythology and creation, but you haven’t been told the true story. You have only been told what the Creators want you to know.
Halloween
  • Connie Lee
    Published about 7 hours ago
    5 Classic Horror Movies to Watch Before Halloween

    5 Classic Horror Movies to Watch Before Halloween

    With only a little over a month until Halloween, it's crunch time to binge on as many scary things as possible and for me, that means watching as many horror movies as I can before the best time of the year is gone. Before my fellow Halloween lovers can shed a tear for another spooky season almost behind us (especially for this WEIRD 2020), here are five of my favorite classic horror movies for all of you to indulge in now.
  • Adam Wallace
    Published 7 days ago
    Halloween Essentials: Part 2

    Halloween Essentials: Part 2

    Last time, I went through the thirteen movies and TV shows that directed my interest in horror. Well, when my significant other of fifteen years now Ally heard about my plans for that article, she wanted in on it, too! It makes sense since our mutual interests in gaming and horror movies were what got us together in the first place. (Maybe this could've been a Valentine's Day project...)
  • Robert Albert
    Published 9 days ago
    Peek A Boo! Gather Up The Halloween Crew!

    Peek A Boo! Gather Up The Halloween Crew!

    The best thing to do in Halloween is to choose the right synchronized costume with your group. Which of your friends always wins the best Halloween costume, and you end up silently envying them? Put the odds in your favor, and when you go for Halloween shopping, choose the more comfortable clothes — they'll enhance your style more.
Monster
  • G. Russell Cole
    Published 12 days ago
    The Markers

    The Markers

    The Markers
  • The Winter Wolf
    Published 16 days ago
    The Goblin Trials

    The Goblin Trials

    Darkness. It was all I saw, no sky, no light. Just an empty void. I felt the rickety movement of an old carriage rolling by. Everything here is navigated and found by all senses other than sight. Such is the way The Goblin Trials were made.
  • Aurora Watson
    Published 19 days ago
    Hell Hounds

    Hell Hounds

    THE DEMAND
Movie Review
Paranormal
  • Elisabeth Castleton
    Published 11 minutes ago
    The Mannequins

    The Mannequins

    The party was settling down and people started going home. The beer was gone and the pretty girls had left, so there was not really any reason for me to stay. My ride had gone to take some girl home, so I was forced to wait until he came back.
  • Creative Writer
    Published a day ago
    Ghosts and The After Life
  • The Unknown
    Published 3 days ago
    THE HAUNTED CEMETERY

    THE HAUNTED CEMETERY

    OK, well this is the second hunt and I have to do it on my own, cause Steve’s second twin brother Stephen died (Steve has 2 twin brothers) and he and his wife went to the funeral driving back Georgia, however I wasn’t gonna stop hunting due to this so I met up with a old friend of mine DAVID Helwig.
Pop Culture
  • stephanie borges
    Published 6 days ago
    Remember, you may not believe it, but anything is possible in a world so seriously strange.
  • Midnight Musings with Bertena
    Published 9 days ago
    How Did Lure of the Vampire Come About?

    How Did Lure of the Vampire Come About?

    Since is it nearing Halloween and all things spooky are being released, I decided to share with you different excerpts of my book, Lure of the Vampire each week. Here is the preface to explain how it began...in 2008.. before vampire academia was accepted.
  • Jarrod Ames Photography
    Published 26 days ago
    Vandalism Reaching Iconic Ghost Town

    Vandalism Reaching Iconic Ghost Town

    Vandalism and theft has reached this small iconic ghost town just about an hour outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. In Nevada sets Nelson's Ghost Town, an eclectic spot to photograph and see some very unique items. Here you will find two planes that were crashed and now are being preserved, one with its tail up, and another missing an entire wing. You'll also find lots of old cars and some unique buses or conversions along with some interesting buildings. These buildings are homes to even more eclectic and unique items and rooms which are fun to see and great for photography. The trade of here is that you pay to visit the property since it is private and you must be aware at all times about rattlesnakes that are indigenous to the area. Because of these unique items and scenery, Nelson has been a popular spot to shoot music videos (Journey has been one) and movies. Now sadly, this beautiful location has been reduced in size because of vandalism and theft.
Slasher
Supernatural
  • Olivia Ritota
    Published a day ago
    Damsel or Enchantress

    Damsel or Enchantress

    Once upon a time, in a land far, far away lived a mystical enchantress. The way of her life was unknown to the villagers, as she resided deep in the woods as far as she could manage to seclude herself. The villagers would tell their children tales of children that would go missing once they ventured into the woods in order to keep them from wandering too far into the Evergreens. The tales kept the children safe, yet every once in awhile adult males would randomly go missing. Most figured that those who vanished met their fate with a bear or another beast of the woods failing to truly believe in the tales they told their young ones.
  • Rebecca Loretta Arbic
    Published 2 days ago
    After Dark
  • Creative Writer
    Published 3 days ago
     Witchy Woman

    Witchy Woman

    Back in the 70s’ there was a story of a family whose mother
Tv Review
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 19 days ago
    Review of 'Lovecraft Country' 1.3

    Review of 'Lovecraft Country' 1.3

    It should be apparent by now that Lovecraft Country is an anthology of separate stories set on a foundation of a continuing underlying story, rather than just a straightforward continuing story. This has the effect of making the underlying story more difficult to follow, but allowing the series to explore a lot more than one classic horror trope.
  • Samuel Moore
    Published 21 days ago
    Dracula

    Dracula

    Dracula.
  • Jack thomson
    Published 24 days ago
    TV Series to Watch on Netflix If You Loved Warrior Nun

    TV Series to Watch on Netflix If You Loved Warrior Nun

    Warrior Nun is a popular series on Netflix. Viewers have loved this female-fronted supernatural series depicting the story of a diseased orphan who possesses supernatural powers. Along with featuring a young and strong female character, the inclusion of mysterious evil forces, the touch of romance, and portraiture of beautiful friendships have made this series receive positive reviews. Only one season of this series has been released yet and fans are waiting for the arrival of another season. Meanwhile, in this article, we have got you a list of amazing shows and series which you are going to love if you loved Warrior Nun. So let’s scroll through the list.
Urban Legend
  • Felicia Huffman
    Published 5 days ago
    Helen's Bridge

    Helen's Bridge

    Helen’s Bridge is located at 201 Beaucatcher Road in Asheville North Carolina. There are many different stories that surround Helen’s Bridge, but the one thing they have in common is a woman named Helen who found her untimely death near or on that bridge. The arched bridge is made from quarried stone and was built in 1909 to provide access to the nearby Zealandia Castle.
  • Raven Willow
    Published 18 days ago
    The Ghost Bride

    The Ghost Bride

    Known as the Niagara of the South, Cumberland Falls is located in Corbin Kentucky. The falls is 125 feet wide and has an average drop distant of 68 feet. It's also the only place in the Western Hemisphere where the majestic moonbow can be seen at night. The falls has been featured in some amazing movies including, The Kentuckian with Burt Lancaster, Raintree County with Elizabeth Taylor and Fire Down Below with Steven Seagal.
  • Raven Willow
    Published 24 days ago
    The Story of Railroad Mary

    The Story of Railroad Mary

    I was born in Middlesboro Kentucky and spent much of my life in the small town of Jellico Tennessee. For as long as my memory serves I recall hearing the haunting story of a young girl named Mary. In fact, this was the very story that sparked my fascination in the paranormal world.