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The Red Necklace Part 1
Kendall took a bite from the apple with dripping caramel, the apple and the caramel giving her a bittersweet taste ,that she finds endearing.
...The Beast He Was
It was around midnight when the two men were figuring out how they were going to kill the other. The older man took a long drink from his flask and never broke eye contact with the younger man.
Mayna and the Monster
1 Week Earlier… Lucas Waylon seethed, sweat dripping from his pale and bony, naked torso. The heat lamp in the corner of the room was really only doing half the work of warming him, the other half was pure rage. The reddish-orange light of the heat lamp cast the space in a moody ruin of dank crimson, while the beat up Windows laptop on Lucas’ desk bathed him in a sickish bluish-green pall.
Eugene carefully severed Gary’s foot with a kitchen knife by the dim light of his bedside lamp. Eugene felt sick. Gary had been a horrible bunkmate. He smelled bad, he chewed loudly with his mouth open, and he left hair all over the sink. But the worst part was the snoring. Gary snored like a grizzly bear. A grizzly bear with asthma. That’s why he needed to die.
Winter In Woodsboro
They say it never rains in Southern California, well it’s never snowed here either, that is until one night not too long ago. Nestled comfortably in the southern part of the sunshine state is the town known as Woodsboro. The town’s population is probably around 12,000 residents give or take. We have one high school, Woodsboro High, plenty of mom-and-pop stores, a few chain stores and lots of restaurants. The nearest mall is forty-five minutes away, leaving us teenagers hang out in town square, throw house parties, get drunk in barns, and have a lot of sex. There isn’t much else to do in a small town.
The Confession of Morton Thomas
In the Summer of 1994, a small town in Virginia called "Ariel Heights," held the record for the most missing person cases within the span of just 2 months. Between May 30th and August 12th, over 124 missing persons were filed, with ages ranging from 2-98 years old. This event was known as the “Ariel Heights Anomaly,” and was made even more disturbing by the fact that during this entire event, not one piece of evidence was discovered, nor any bones or remains or even footprints. Some people speculated that it was the work of some underground cult or Satanist organization. Others believed that it was merely a hoax, and that the police officers just needed something to keep them busy, due to there being little to no criminal activity before this debacle took place.
HORROR FILM SEQUELS That Deserve Another Stab!
Sometimes when you're going down the list list of horror film sequels, all you see are the ones that are bad. Then there are those HORROR FILM SEQUELS that go unmentioned because people seem to forget about them, even though they did well with critics. Horror fans may even not know about some HORROR FILM SEQUELS that deserve their place on the top shelf of horror.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) - A Netflix Movie Review
Did that not feel like a bad omen to you? Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a 2022 Netflix film. Picking up fifty years after the events from the first film, a group of idealistic friends moves to Texas. Encountering a sadistic Leatherface, nightmares ensue in a series of brutal murders.
Mayna and the Monster
Mayna moved along the wall, pushing her back up against the door to Mr. Moore’s Chemistry classroom, trying not to let her sneakers squeak, going wide around the pool of blood that was blooming toward her feet. She was sweating cold, salty bullets.
‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022) Movie Review
This second attempt at a Texas Chainsaw requel (with the first being the abysmal Texas Chainsaw 3D from 2013) sees a group of social media influencers buying up a Texas ghost town in order to refurbish it into a new sort of influencer hub. These include Melody (Sarah Yarkin), her sister Lila (Elsie Fisher), the ringleader Dante (Jacob Latimore), and their other friend Ruth (Nell Hudson). When they arrive in town, they meet an old woman (Alice Krige) still living on the premises in what used to be an orphanage. It turns out that she’s also harboring Leatherface (Mark Burnham), and he’s out for revenge.
The song referenced in this short story is "Seven Devils" by Florence + The Machine. The video is below. Alan was a bit late on the brakes and his Toyota pickup hit the bushes at the front of the parking spot. He couldn’t even sit up straight, all of his concentration bent on simply staying conscious. Drenched with sweat, the rash on his arms was on fire. His head was pounding. His hands were like boulders and felt swollen like red balloons. The fever had come out of nowhere, and it was a fever he hadn’t suffered from in thirty years.
My Name is Rylie
The room was covered in fairy lights, and all that can be clearly seen is a black velvet draped computer chair. A pillow is sat in it that looks like a black kitsune, it is wearing a collar that proudly states it’s name is Rory. The walls are draped in more and more fairy lights and various posters, all showcasing different stars and constellations. An alter of some kind is set off to the side, but the only thing visible on it are the lit candles, the flames are dancing as the person is walking too close to them.