3 Reasons Why Horror has Cultural Value: Though they capture the imaginations of many, tales of the weird, the fantastical, and the horrifying tend to be regarded as lesser works of literature–assuming they’re considered literature at all.
We all love to be afraid from time to time. That is why we listen to ghost stories with rapt attention from a very young age. It thrills us, makes us look over our shoulders, but we always come
back for more.
I used 4 basic criteria to pick these movies. First it had to be about a haunted house, and the other 3 were on are: atmosphere, creepiness, and suspense. I think these are the most important factors in a haunted movie.
How does the Extra-Literary Alter our Appreciation of Literature? In an interview ahead of her release of Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis (2016), the second in her reboot of her cult-status Vampire Chronicles after her shelving of the series following the writing of Blood Canticle (2003), Anne Rice detailed the very literary and […]
Here is our list of 10 “Greatest” horror story collections. Please do not get hung up on the tile of the article, and remember we are writing this (as always) from the perspective of writers. We are not just talking
13 Halloween Poems: Classic and Terrifying These poems are all “classic” poems, and they written by poets who have passed away. Many are scary, but all are generally appropriate ok for children. Generally scary poems or horror poems are difficult to come by, but we’ve collected 20 below that you just have to read. The […]
We wanted to do a 10 Scariest Short Film on Youtube list for you. I’m a big fan of little horror, but short Horror films on Youtube are numerous. Many are simply terrible. From bad acting to not scary
For Halloween: The accounts and evidence against witches (those killed for being witches) are far more terrifying than the prospects of them being true witches.
Here are 10 Tiny Tales that will Terrorize You. These scary stories are written by new, up and coming authors. As a writer if you can inspire emotions in your readers
If we could ask one of the old-world pagans whom he revered as his greatest gods, he would be sure to name among them the sun-god; calling him Apollo if he were a Greek; if an Egyptian, Horus or Osiris; if of Norway, Sol; if of Peru, Bochica.