LATEST HORROR TRUE STORIES

The Real Creepy ring around the rosie meaning

The Real Creepy ring around the rosie meaning

1300

HERE ARE THE LYRICS: Ring-a-round the rosies, A pocket full of posies, Ashes! Ashes! We all fall down. This story it's incredibly scary and it's just unbelievable if you think you can match it with one of the most popular children's game. Unfortunately the real story has nothing to do with children but it's all about hte bubonic plague that killed around 200 million people 7 centuries ago. So why "around the rosie"? It's not actually about a rose but you can probably match this part with one of the common signs of plague disease: the rash like a ring on the body, a red rash... Read More

Creepy Numbers, Scary numbers to call on the phone

Creepy Numbers, Scary numbers to call on the phone

2019

At the same time as there are such a lot of mysterious unknown things which happen each and each day, there are many matters that most people, in reality doesn’t know approximately. And, there are numerous unexplained telephone numbers which exist, for a number of weird motives. A lot of them are downright creepy, to say the least. Here's a list of various creepy smartphone numbers, human beings can strive calling in the event that they dare to. Be warned however, a number of these may or may not collect information about you. As with any phone that comes your way everyday, be cautious of... Read More

vladimir Likhonos ukrain Chewing Exploding Bubble Gum

The chemistry student killed by bubble gum that...

2009

A UKRAINIAN chemistry student has been killed by bubble gum that exploded, tearing off half of his face, police have said.  Vladimir Likhonos, 25, an understudy at a part of the Kiev Polytechnical Institute, is thought to have unintentionally plunged his biting gum into explosives he was utilizing for his examinations, police representative Elvira Biganova said. She said he confused the powder with citrus extract, which he frequently added to drag out the gum's taste. Mr Likhonos, from the town of Konotop, in north-east Ukraine, brushed off his whole jaw and the vast majority of... Read More

The Nikki Catsouras death - HERE the incredible photos

The Nikki Catsouras death - HERE the incredible photos

31 october 2006

The Nikki Catsouras photos contention concerns the spilled photos of Nicole "Nikki" Catsouras death (March 4, 1988 – October 31, 2006), who passed on at 18 years old in a rapid auto accident in the wake of losing control of a Porsche 911 Carrera, which had a place with her dad, and slamming into a toll corner in Lake Forest, California. Photos of Catsouras' severely distorted body were distributed on the web, driving her family to make lawful move because of the trouble this caused. On the date of the accident, October 31, 2006, Catsouras and her folks had lunch together at the family home... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES NEWS

American Horror Story season 9, here EVERYTHING you need to know

American Horror Story season 9, here EVERYTHING you...

Series News

American Horror Story shows no indications of ceasing. After the much-talked-about eighth season, Apocalypse - -  a sequel to Murder House and Coven - -  it's difficult to envision where the show could go straightaway. How would you top the apocalypse? Fortunately, maker Ryan Murphy isn't short on wild thoughts, so we question he'll experience serious difficulties beating the madness of his past endeavors.  It's still early, so we don't have many solid subtleties about American Horror StorySeason 9, however this is what we do know, what we can hypothesize about, and what's in store... Read More

Top Ten Horror Book Recommendation - Januray 2019

Top ten horror book recommendation ~ January 2019

Books News

THREE DAYS IN ASHFORD by TY Tracey I can strongly affirm that I started the year with one of the greatest discoveries I have done as a reader. "Three Days in Ashford" —the town that Satan calls home is a perfect conglomerate of solid disturbing elements combined to mould your mind in the shape of terror. Discover the truth of Hell and Heaven, punishment and denied redemption. How the "gods" delight themselves tearing apart our spirit. The inevitable doom our souls suffer when we precipitate towards the "hunger" of the most abominable "lovely" creatures the Universe provides our eternity with...  mybook.to/threedaysinashford  ... Read More

Four of the Most Terrifying Horror Films of All Time

Four of the Most Terrifying Horror Films of All Time

Movies News

It’s fair to say horror movies are given something of an unfair press. Unlike romance, drama, and sci-fi, they’re frequently looked upon as the poor relation and subjected to vicious critical attacks. They’re sometimes accused of only wanting to provoke a reaction, as opposed to having any higher aspirations to create screen-worthy cinema or an enduring impact. But that's no more accurate than saying all romantic flicks or dramas are the same. Thankfully, thrillers and horror films finally seem to be getting some of the recognition they deserve. Thanks to a number of classics that have combined strong storylines with masterful acting, magnificent... Read More

Are Marvel’s Horror Plans as Scary as They Sound?

Are Marvel’s Horror Plans as Scary as They Sound?

Movies News - People News

It appears as though Marvel Studios head honcho, Kevin Feige, is considering the possibility of including the horror genre in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The studio’s decade-long history doesn’t include traditional horror movies, but after the debut of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), there has been talk about the movie studio’s plans for Phase 4. While an official reveal won’t be made until after Avengers 4 (2019) has been released, plans are moving ahead, and the Web is full of rumours regarding the potential future of the MCU. Marvel’s already been there Marvel’s history is rich in the horror genre, both in comic books and in movies. From... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES REVIEWS

Carnage Park Review

Carnage Park

2016

Like his peer Quentin Tarantino, writer/director Michael Keating is famous for making films that are all about borrowing from the greats to create something truly unique. Carnage Park is definitely a good example of his fast-paced filmmaking style in action, but how does it stack up to his other work, and is it actually worth a spot on your running list of must-see films? Carnage Park can probably best be described as a horror film crossed with a crime thriller. In addition to being written and directed by Michael Keating (who also directed Psychopaths, Ritual and the artistic Darling), it features a fabulous score by Swiss-Italian... Read More

A Quiet Place review

A Quiet Place

2018

There are movies that take their time building a mood and movies that pull you right into their carefully crafted worlds pretty much right away. John Krakinski’s A Quiet Place is definitely the latter. The first thing the viewer sees is a barefoot family scavenging for supplies in the middle of an abandoned supermarket. However, they’re doing so completely silently – not exactly average for a family that includes three children. We’re promptly informed via a title card that we’re on “Day 89” of whatever’s going on and with that, our journey into this very quiet world begins. In addition to directing A Quiet Place, Krakinski also stars in... Read More

Winchester review

Winchester

2018

What horror fan doesn’t love a good haunted house story – especially one based on real people, places, and events? That’s Winchester in a nutshell. If you’ve ever been to San Jose’s Winchester Mystery House (or heard of it), then you’re already somewhat familiar with the backstory to Winchester. Also known as “the house that ghosts built”, the Winchester Mystery House was built by Sarah Winchester, widow of William Winchester, inventor of the famous rifle. After her husband and daughter both pass away, the grieving Sarah becomes convinced that she’s haunted by the many ghosts of those killed by Winchester firearms. She decides that the... Read More

It Follows review

It Follows

2014

Horror films at their very best successfully tap into the primal fears and apprehensions of its audience. They not only remind us of the things we’re afraid of but challenge us to ask why they make us so afraid. They also inspire us to contemplate whether or not falling victim to our worst fears is something that can be avoided, and if so, at what cost. If that’s the kind of horror film you absolutely love, then It Follows was definitely made with you in mind. It Follows made its debut at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and was later distributed by Radius-TWC to the tune of both financial success and widespread critical acclaim. It is... Read More

Super Dark Times Review

Super Dark Times

2017

When it comes to suspense films populated by teenage characters, there are lots of elements that can mean the difference between hit or miss. However, mood could well be the most important. A mood that’s perfectly on point can convince an audience to forgive plenty of other things and Super Dark Times definitely delivers in that department, but is it enough to earn this directorial debut from Kevin Phillips a spot on your must-see list? Super Dark Times follows the story of two teenage best friends, Zach (Owen Campbell) and Josh (Charlie Tahan). As might be expected of two young boys growing up in the 90’s, they spend plenty of time... Read More

6-Headed Shark Attack review

6-Headed Shark Attack

2018

As any die-hard Jaws fan can tell you, it’s just not summer without at least one good (or better yet, not so good) shark movie to take in over a six pack and some popcorn. This year brought us 6-Headed Shark Attack, the latest of Asylum’s campy sequels to 2012’s low-budget 2-Headed Shark Attack. The film is directed by Mark Atkins (Sand Sharks, Planet of the Sharks) and stars Chris Fisher, Jonathan Pienaar, Brandon Auret, and Meghan Oberholder. Whether horror fans have seen the films in the Shark Attack series or not, they’re likely pretty familiar with The Asylum. The indie film company is notorious among genre lovers for producing low-... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES INTERVIEWS

Interview with David Black from Darkness Visible Band

Interview with David Black from Darkness Visible Band

Musician, Producer and Narrator

David Black started his acting career by doing a role as a cult guard on horror feature movie, Cult Girls. It certainly was an experience too. David Black lived in St Kilda, Melbourne, from age 13 where he saw the early days of local Punk at the Crystal Ballroom, later known as the Seaview Ballroom. Although he was too young to be able to go into the venue, David was always loved horror related things, He had produced many Horror songs and shows and Narrated some creepypastas and also been a Cartoonist once. Darkness Visible is a breaking point to make him famous and He is... Read More

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

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

LATEST HORROR GAMES REVIEWS

The Best Horror Game Ever - Outlast

The Best Horror Game Ever - Outlast

From beginning to end, Outlast’s graphics and audio are one of the best in a horror game. From the intensified lighting to terrifying audio, they both work together to keep the player on the edge throughout the gameplay experience. The lighting in Outlast is very dark to give the player a terrifying vibe. When traveling around, all the player has is a camera with night vision to see because the majority of the asylum is bathed in darkness. The player will be looking through the bright green lens while navigating the asylum, which adds to the tension of the game. Outlast’s horrific survival game keeps players on their toes as they make their way through an insane asylum with deranged mental patients... Read More

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

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... Read More

Among the Sleep

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

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

LATEST HORROR BOOKS REVIEWS

And Hell Followed

Death's Head Press

Anthologies are not always an easy read. Very often they are not exactly what you are expecting, or the selection of stories doesn't amaze you. Well, And Hell Followed doesn't have this problem at all. Let's break it down: All the stories are good and enjoyable, they could all perfectly be standalone pieces preceding an entire novel. Some of them are more serious and really mess with your mind, making you wonder and ask questions. You want more. Others are funny (in a very macabre way, of course) and some of them give you a very different vision of what a "hell on Earth" could become. It's a book that, depending... Read More

Three Days in Ashford

TY Tracey

Well, wow. I think this is the review that, so far, has taken me the longest to write. There are so many things to say about this book. I'll start making clear that I had never heard of TY Tracey until I purchased this book, well, this absolutely MUST change to future readers. The complexity and layers conforming this book make very difficult for me to "summarise" why I loved it, several times. I think the best way for me to express is to describe, point by point, WHY it is different and to me, a must-read. One, of course, the writing. Tracey develops several "description scenes" along the book, but they are... Read More

Clock's Watch

Clock's Watch

Michael Reyes

"Clock's Watch" is a very interesting horror collection. The idea of a guardian between two worlds, human and evil, perhaps has been used before, but not in this way. Our protagonist is one and only. There are two things I especially liked in this book: For starters, the great investigation and research about sorcery and demonology. Every story has those elements. The chants or spells Clock pours over the demons as well as the method to hunt them bring a dose of realism that keeps you interested, not only in the story, but in the occult content. Also, I love so much the protagonist. Hero or antihero? I couldn't... Read More

The Overleden: Hell on Earth

The Overleden: Hell on Earth

Terence Simmons

This novel is a complex lattice with sub-stories traversed between them, creating a magnificent performance worth becoming a movie. Or two, I must say, because here we have material for weeks. Let's start from the beginning. I like how the author introduces the several characters (Jasmine, her mother, her boyfriend, friends...) but without stopping to develop impossible descriptions which would make the book tedious and even more massive. No, Simmons knows what he is doing and keeps you awake, not abandoning a shuddering style of story-telling that doesn't allow you to put the book down. You just don't find the moment... Read More

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