You must have noticed by now that the night remains quiet and the shadows are too still. It’s not your mind playing tricks on you; the monsters have all grown old.
“The Mist” is definitely one of those television shows that makes you wonder, “What the heck is going on here?”
A Monstrumologist and his twelve year old assistant come face to face with a creature of legends, camp light stories, and nightmares – The Wendigo.
In “The Frankenstein Chronicles”, we witness the recently widowed Mary Shelley in the midst of her 1818 story and learn that Frankenstein exists in real life.
When one thinks of “All of us Are Dead”, the first word that comes to mind isn’t ‘scary’, it’s ‘crazy’.
This latest R. L Stine inspired anthology of horror stories reveals a different kind of terror all the while exploring aspects of our daily lives and the carelessness of what is popularly considered normal.
Grim, ghastly, and gruesome, phrases you came to love in 2021 for the many horror novels you read and movies you saw that still keep you up at night. Good news, 2022 will be worse.
Many authors and their descriptions have told us that vampires are evil and wicked because any creature that feeds off the death of another isn’t meant to exist in our kind conscience pricking world. But in 1976, an English writer Anne Rice, decided to disprove these insulting stereotypes by leaking to us a secret exclusive coverage in a novel she titled “Interview with The Vampire”.
Let me warn you now. If you thought “13 Reasons Why” was bad… dark, deep, and psychologically haunting… then “The Taking of Jake Livingston” is worse.
You wait for the bloopers of the scary movie, so you can convince your subconscious that what you have just seen at that hour of the night, is only fiction.