LATEST HORROR TRUE STORIES

Mysterious Disappearance Of Maura Murray (Crime...

February 9, 2004

Murray’s car was found abandoned on February 9, 2004 in Haverhill, New Hampshire by State Police responding to a call by a concerned bus driver. The bus driver came upon the crash, and a seemingly uninjured Murray told him she had called AAA (even though she hadn’t) and didn’t need his help. The driver left the accident and alerted police when he got home. It was a February day in 2004 when UMass Amherst student Maura Murray took a spontaneous trip toward the White Mountains. She told no one where she was going when she emptied her bank account, packed up her things, and hit the... Read More

The Murder Of Christy Carroll (Crime Documentary)

Feb 6, 1995

She was 18 and had a baby. The coroner did not do time of death or rape kit test on her. Even him saying it was clear that she was raped. Happened in 1995. She caught a ride two local boys said they would take her to a friend's house she was going to spend the night with. Around 11:56 p.m. two cops stopped to ask them if they needed assistance. Christy was also with them and Daniel Lay refused the cops help saying his had overheated. Few hours later the other boy Eric Amacher had already been back to his and had wrecked it and was found walking. This started saturday night into sunday... Read More

What is Daisy’s Destruction?

Unknown

What happens in Daisy's Destruction? Prosecutors told the court that Scully allegedly directed a video called ‘Daisy’s Destruction’ where a baby girl was tortured by a masked and naked woman. It allegedly showed the baby girl being tied upside down by her feet, sexually assaulted and beaten. In the series of videos, she is whipped and assaulted with sex toys by Peter Scully’s girlfriend – who he met when she herself was a child prostitute. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the footage was so horrific police called it ‘the worst we have encountered in our years campaigning against... Read More

The Most Stupid way to Die

2017

2 Drunk Men Fall To Death At Amboli Ghat While People Record The Incident Instead Of Helping  Sometimes one mistake can cost somebody's life. For this situation, two lives.  Two to a great degree alcoholic men — Imran Gardi (26) and Pratap Rathod (21) — tumbled to their passings from 2000-feet in the valley at Saad Point in Amboli Ghat, on July 31.  "In the video, one is seen holding a liquor bottle and the two conversing with each other. After, one swims in the lake close-by and turns out to join the other sitting on the railing. There are others present as the... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES NEWS

TOP 10 HORROR MOVIES about dogs

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The Beyond (1981)   The Beyond is a camp, OTT and downright outrageous Fulci zombie ‘epic’ which features a blind girl called Emily (who’s from ‘the beyond’ as far as I could work out) and her trusty Alsatian guide dog - Dickie. Dickie has a low-key role until one point in the film when some fantastic looking zombies confront Emily. They moan and groan as Emily shouts gibberish like “I did what I was asked!” and “I’m not going to go back! You can’t make me go back!” until she sets Dickie on them.  Dickie wastes no time in making a star of himself in this, his key scene as he attacks the crumbly undead with a degree of... Read More

TOP 10 Most Beautiful Actress in Horror Movies

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Jennifer Lawrence – House At The End Of The Street (2012)  House at the End of the Street was a huge box office success owing to the huge profits it raked in, not to mention ranking number 1 in its opening weekend. This horror movie is about a divorced woman and her daughter who seek a fresh start in an amazing house in a great neighborhood.  Jennifer Lawrence plays the role of the woman’s daughter named Elissa, who starts a relationship with the boy next door despite her mother’s disapproval of the relationship. The boy next door lives alone because his sister killed his parents and disappeared, which is one of... Read More

15 Hottest Actresses Killed In Horror Films

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Theresa Palmer – The Grudge 2 You may not have loved The Grudge, which means you definitely hated The Grudge 2, but there’s one thing we all love about that sequel: it gave us Teresa Palmer. Today, Palmer is a becoming a star, blossoming in front of eyes. We started paying attention after Warm Bodies in 2013, but her first feature film role was The Grudge 2. In that movie, Palmer played the b*tchy Vanessa, a bully who eventually gets killed in a phone booth in one of the stupidest scenes in the movie, but who cares, she’s hot and that’s what’s important. The schoolgirl outfit was slimming as well. Most recently,... Read More

5 Horror Movies Inspired by Real-Life Events

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5 . The Amityville Horror Premise: A young family moves into a house where a murder was committed, and experiences strange and terrifying occurrences. Real-Life Inspiration: Based on the book of the same name, The Amityville Horror follows the paranormal events that terrorized the Lutz family. In 1975, the family moved into 112 Ocean Avenue where, unbeknownst to them, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. had brutally murdered his family 13 months before they arrived. While in their new home, the family claimed that they saw green slime on the walls and red-eyed pigs staring into their kitchen and living room. After less than a month,... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES REVIEWS

Audition

1999

  Direction is just as important as story and even more important than acting. For this reason I probably have more favorite directors than I do actors or actresses. Takashi Miike is easily in my top five all time favorite directors. Before there was Imprint(Masters of Horror Season 1 Episode 13), there was Ichi the Killer andHappiness of the Katakuris. And before those two cinematic gems there was Audition; an absolute masterpiece of Japanese horror film making. Taken from a novel written by Ryu Murakami, Audition starts by introducing us to a widower, Shigeharu Aoyama, and his teenage son... Read More

Jeepers Creepers 3

2017

Jeepers Creepers series. Thinking back on the progress and how we got to this point, a sequel had been in talks since before the second movie even found its way into theaters, but finding proper financing has always been an issue (and writer/director Victor Salva's sordid past didn't help matters). Over the years many ideas have been thrown around, like some parts of the film possibly taking place in western times (which might explain The Creeper's choice in clothing) and the more reported idea of the story taking place 23 years after the events of the last one. This idea, of course, is now believed to be where the fourth and final... Read More

Goodnight Mommy

2015

This my one of the favorite movies of all time, I love to say the view and creepiness in this movie are amazing. Usually if a movie trailer depicts a movie a certain way and the actual film is completely different, I get annoyed. Why are you marketing it in a way that doesn’t actually do it justice? Just to make people want to see it? It smacks of desperation and comes across as a cheap ploy. However, in the case of the Austrian film Goodnight Mommy, the trailer does exactly what it needs to do by showing us things to make us terrified of one aspect, when we should be terrified about another aspect as well. To say it... Read More

Ichi The Killer (Koroshiya 1)

2001

Ichi The Killer (Koroshiya 1) is director by Takeshi Miike. I would say it is Miike’s best film, but he has such an extensive and varied catalogue it is hard to even see all his films let alone really compare them: they range from zombie musicals (Happiness of the Katakuris) to spaghetti westerns based on Shakespeare’s Henry VI (Sukiyaki Western Django). Miike is one of the world’s most prolific directors, making about 3 films every year for the past two decades and they are rarely in the same genre twice, although he does have a love stories involving the Yakuza (Japanese organised crime). This is one of the reasons that Ichi The... Read More

Noroi: The Curse

2005

It’s true that when it’s bad, it’s really bad, but there are a few gems out there that make it all worthwhile. The other day I managed to see what might be the most complex one yet, one that doesn’t sacrifice story for the sake of cheap shocks. This film, my friends, is Noroi the Curse, from director Kôji Shiraishi. Bearing more resemblance to something like Brian De Palma’s Redacted* than Paranormal Activity, the film is structured as a mockumentary by the fictional paranormal investigator/journalist Masafumi Kobayashi. He and his crew are called in to investigate after a woman complains... Read More

Annabelle: Creation

2017

"Annabelle: Creation" falls in accordance with the advanced awfulness wave. It's the fourth film in "The Conjuring" serie — and the second spinoff to focus on Annabelle, a freaky-looking doll that resembles the Victorian-period cousin of "Child's Play's" Chucky — and it has every one of the components of a contemporary frightfulness hit, including the frightening doll, the spooky (or spooked out) kids and the house that is too huge not to be alarming during the evening.  On the off chance that exclusive it were, you know, scarier. "Annabelle: Creation" has yells and hop alarms, yet never feels really frightening. Obviously a bad dream... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES INTERVIEWS

Interview of Actor in The Walking Dead

Actor

Jake Kearney is 21 years old and have been in Lore as a Gravedigger, The Walking Dead as “The Man”, who is a savior in The Walking Dead’s 100th episode. He was also in the season 7 finale in the big “We’re going to war” scene.

Interview with Director of Bunnyman Vengeance Movie

Director

Carl Lindbergh graduated from California State University Long Beach and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in film production. Shortly after graduation, Lindbergh formed his first production company, ANOC PRODUCTIONS i.e. A NO ONE CARES PRODUCTIONS. The company would primarily focus on the funding and production of his feature films. Lindbergh made his directorial debut with the self financed film, "Shadows of the Dead", a unique horror/drama that defies the expected conventional clichés associated with the respective genres. The film received worldwide... Read More

Interview with the Director of The Sublet - John Ainslie

Director

Canadian Film Centre alumni John Ainslie is best known for the throwback horror comedy feature JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER. His screenplay was nominated for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award and the film won Best Midnight Film at the prestigious Sitges International Film Festival. Prior to writing, John worked as a Director of Photography and won the Borsos prize of Best Cinematographer at the Whistler Film Festival for his work on the feature SK8 LIFE. In 2016 John wrote and directed his first feature film – the award winning THE SUBLET. A psychological thriller Ain't... Read More

A Day in The Life of Timothy - Bizarre and Original Project

director, actor, producer

A group of people based in Istanbul with varying backgrounds that came together for the love of horror. The director is the creator of the series and the owner of the vision. The storyline is worked on as a group including the director, a psychologist (lead actor) and a digital anthropologist (producer). Everybody is acting. A Day in the life of Timothy is a series of short films focusing on a central disturbed character, his split personalities and his unique take on reality. Currently the series is only available on Youtube.

LATEST HORROR GAMES REVIEWS

Ghost Theory

An Indie Video-Game First-Person, Adventure, Horror Taking you on "Ghost-Hunting and "Paranormal-Research" Featuring Real-World haunted locations! From "Prague" "Czech" "Dreadlocks Ltd" We give you today the game "Ghost Theory" "Dreadlocks Ltd" that developed before "Rune Legend" Formed in 2011 And it's most recent Release, "Dex", an action Role-Playing Game! Even though this is a horror game, ghosts won't appear without provocation! Your task is to find out ghosts and to meet their objectives You'll have many Gadgets, interacting with objects! And you'll see so much more horror! The game'll be released on "PS4", "PC" and "XONE" At Q4 2017 "Be patient! Explore! Observe!" These are the words of "Professor Frost" Your mentor and head... Read More

Overkill's The Walking Dead

Overkill’s The Walking Dead is a tie in to the well-known series created by Robert Kirkman and to the #1 AMC hit show of the same name. The game will be incorporating the primary theme of survival horror, as well as elements like role-playing, action, and stealth; it “invites players to explore the hugely popular The Walking Dead universe, where they will play the role of survivors fending for themselves in a post apocalyptic world dominated by flesh-eating walkers.” The game will be set in the fall in Washington. Delays for Overkill Software’s anticipated co-op FPS, The Walking Dead are, at this point, unsurprising. The game was first announced back in 2014 and has been subjected to tentative... Read More

Call of Cthulhu

Developed by Cyanide Studios, Call of Cthulhu is an "upcoming RPG-investigation game," according to the game's description. In the trailer, we see private investigation Edward Pierce slowly losing grip on reality, but left unsure whether or not the things he's seeing are hallucinations... or something more.  Call of Cthulhu, the official video game of the tabletop of the same name released a trailer this week showing off its new look. From the trailer description: "In today’s trailer, plunge into the troubled mind of private investigator Edward Pierce, as his perception of reality becomes more and more skewed the closer he gets to the Great Dreamer’s sphere of influence. Clutch to your withering sanity to... Read More

Among the Sleep

Think what sets Among the Sleep apart from most games is its decision to place the player in the shoes of a child. Not only that, but the game never breaks away from the conceit. This is how Among the Sleep defines itself amongst the horror landscape. Written words are merely gibberish, everything is too big and too high, and the only constant in the child’s journey to save his mysteriously absent mother is a talking teddy bear. All of these aspects combine to create a sense of innocent terror; forget the fact that there is a shadowy figure prowling the environments you roam. There is a lot to love about the way Among the Sleep presents itself, but it is also a game that attempts to have a... Read More

The Evil Within

I end up rather clashed about The Evil Within, the most recent game from Resident Evil maker Shinji Mikami. This may well be on account of The Evil Within is from multiple points of view a clashed game all by itself. It is at the same time a reverence to and a separating from Mikami’s most basically acclaimed creation, the splendid Resident Evil 4.  It is goal-oriented yet likewise preservationist, actually radiant yet additionally frustratingly confined. It contains many incredible little minutes, yet winds up feeling like short of what the entirety of its parts. So it is maybe obvious that I was both excited and frustrated by it. This inquisitive mixture of respect and repudiation is clear inside the diversion’s initial... Read More

Evolve Alpha

Indeed this occasion has been unimaginably built up. I lost number of what number of messages I got from Evolve both paving the way to the occasion and amid the weekend. In any case notwithstanding all the buildup it unquestionably has not been plain-cruising for 2k games. The Ps4 occasion has just barely started, with issues evidently ascribed to the last Ps4 redesign. The PC rendition has had a few patches to attempt and enhance matchmaking and association drop outs. Numerous disappointed players took to twitter and the web to vent their dissatisfaction.  Maybe through all the buildup individuals have overlooked this is just an alpha. Be that as it may, regardless of myself succumbing to a few issues, I did figure out how... Read More

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