LATEST HORROR TRUE STORIES

Tara Leigh Calico

Tara Leigh Calico missing and the creepy polaroid

20 September 1988

Tara Leigh Calico was a young New Mexico woman who suddenly disappeared 31 years ago. The teenager went out by bike on 20 September 1988 at 09:30 am, because she wanted to go playing tennis with her boyfriend, who waited for her for two hours. The girl told to her parents that she would come back home at lunch but she never came back. A few hours later her boyfriend and her father went out to look for her, following the only street that Tara could have done, along State Road 47. The girl must have walked along that road, because of her mother’s advice: it had... Read More

Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon these are the facts behind the mystery

Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon these are the facts...

March 15th 2014

The bizarre disappearance of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon dates back to April 1, 2014. These two young women were two dutch students who, after the degree in Applied Sciences and cultural social education, had the plan to go abroad, precisely to Panama, to learn Spanish, because they could do in a future volunteering with children. Therefore they decided to go to Panama to work in a restaurant for 6 months, they saved up money and then they went to Boquete, living with two local families, with the intention of staying there for a month, during which they would do volunteer with... Read More

Hinterkaifeck Murders Barn Photo

The Unsolved Case of Hinterkaifeck Murders

31 March 1922

On the night of March 31, 1922, the disaster struck a small Bavarian farm at 43 Miles north of Munich, Germany. All the residents of the farm were killed with a mattock and the mysterious murders remained unresolved. A few days before these murders, the father, farmer Andreas Grueber, told the neighbors that he had discovered a mysterious imprint that led from the edge of the forest to the farm, but none of them went home. Furthermore, the keys to the house disappeared a few days before the terrible crime. Life on the farm became strange when thier maid, Maria, told the family to leave the... Read More

Photo of Eric Smith

Eric Smith and his juvenile story of Murder

August 2, 1993

Eric M. Smith was born on January 22, 1980 in Savona, New York and is famous for murder, sexual abuse and mutilation of 4 year old Derrick Robie. During his early days, Eric was a lonely guy who was often bullied for his protruding low-set ears, thick glasses and his red hairs. Later it was discoverer Eric's mother took an epilepsy drug which is supposed to cause birth defects. It may have been a factor towards the behaviorism that followed. The Dooms Day On August 2, 1993, the day of murder, Eric Smith was riding his bike to a camp in a nearby park. Derrick was going to the same summer... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES NEWS

Most deadly Virus

The 6 Most Deadly Virus on Earth

People News

Humanity have fighting viruses since ages andsometimes they had good results with vaccines and antiviral drugs. We are facing such a problem right today with Covid-19 virus coming from China. Recently many viruses have jumped from animals to humans and became much more dangerous. Ebola in 2014-2016 in Africa was a terrible disaster but there are other viruses equally deadly including the new Coronavirus killing people around the world. Here is a list of the worst deadly virus based on the percent of people dead for the infection. 1. Marburg virus Identified in 1967 in Germany where some workers were exposed from monkeys from Uganda... Read More

 ​Top Online Slots Based on Horror Films

Top Online Slots Based on Horror Films

Movies News

Horror makes for one of the top five main genres when we talk about films. But more than anything else, it manages to encapsulate the essence of all the other major film styles - be it drama, thrilling mystery, action, and to some extent comedy. This is probably the reason why horror films remain to date some of the most cherished and watched movies ever. From cult classics that were too gory for mainstream release to blockbuster summer releases, horror films have entertained us in more way than one. Interestingly, even after being shocking at times, they often serve as the perfect date movie. Then there are the classic horror soundtracks through... Read More

Top 10 Horror Movies of 2018: with the actress Nikki Kris

Top 10 Horror Movies of 2018: with the actress Nikki...

Movies News - People News

This is the list of our favorite horror movies for 2018: Halloween Bird Box Insidious: The Last Key Hereditary Mandy Amityville Murders Downrage Veronica The Nun  The Ritual A very special thanks to the actress Nikki Kris for the interpretation on this video.

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

LATEST HORROR MOVIES REVIEWS

Gretel & Hansel Review

Gretel & Hansel

2020

Anyone familiar with the original versions of classic fairy tales like “Hansel and Gretel” already knows that they have lots of horror movie potential. As a rule though, most attempts to capture these tales on film tend to miss the mark. It’s clear from the conspicuous reversal of the titular names that Gretel & Hansel hopes to distinguish itself from the rest of the pack right from the get-go, but does it actually do the job, or are you better off spending 90 minutes of your time on some other film? Gretel & Hansel is the brainchild of writer/director Oz Perkins (The Blackcoat’s Daughter, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the... Read More

Ritual Review

Ritual

2013

A married couple with a complicated relationship, a corpse, and a room at a less than reputable motel. It’s a classic formula for a horror movie that’s no doubt familiar for many genre fans. It’s also the set-up for Mickey Keating’s 2013 film, Ritual. Ritual is the 14th original film distributed by After Dark Originals. It stars Dean Cates (Pod) and Lisa Summerscales as married couple, Tom and Lovely. Additional costars include Derek Phillips (Serum), Brian Lally, and Katherine Skelton. Ritual opens with a warning title card, promising plenty of violence to come. It then shifts to a beautifully filmed sequence that introduces us to Tom... Read More

Dead Awake review

Dead Awake

2016

Whether you’ve personally experienced it or simply heard your share of other people’s horror stories over the years, it doesn’t get much scarier than sleep paralysis. Director Phillip Guzman (Sleep No More) makes this all too relatable real life phenomenon the center of his 2016 indie horror film Dead Awake. The film stars indie horror favorite Jocelin Donahue (House of the Devil, All the Creatures Were Stirring) in the lead, as well as Jesse Bradford (Cherry Falls), Brea Grant (Dead Night), Lori Petty (Bates Motel), and others in supporting roles. The plotline is textbook enough, following the adventures of social worker Kate... Read More

The Noonday Witch review

The Noonday Witch

2016

When you think of the most chilling horror tales of all time, there are a lot of staples that come immediately to mind when it comes to possible settings – like dank asylums, haunted houses, isolated forests, or just about anywhere that feels a little creepier and more sinister under cover of darkness. You don’t probably think of sun-drenched corn fields or bright summer days in the countryside, but The Noonday Witch may just change your mind about that. The Noonday Witch is a 2016 Czech language film brought to the screen by promising Czech director, Jiri Sadek. (In fact, Sadek is discussed in many genre circles these days as a talent to... Read More

Kairo (Pulse) review

Kairo (Pulse)

2001

It’s safe to say that we’ve created our share of iconic horror characters here in America. Horror icons like Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Michael Myers (Halloween), or Jason Vorhees (Friday the 13th) are so highly recognizable, that they’re pretty much synonymous with the mere concept of a horror movie. Even so, no country handles horror quite like Japan does. Japanese horror films have a much-deserved reputation for being exceptionally horrifying and thought-provoking at the same time. You won’t find as many homicidal maniacs gracing genre screens in Japan (although you’ll definitely meet plenty of vengeful ghosts). You... Read More

The Black Room Review

The Black Room

2016

When it comes to classic horror tropes – like haunted houses and the dark secrets they hide – there’s definitely more than one way to approach material that is very familiar to the average genre fan by now. More and more modern filmmakers are adopting a cerebral approach and turning their haunted house movies into social commentaries with something larger to say. Others are focused on simply telling a good scary story with plenty of jump scares and special effects. Still more go for an exploitive approach that is almost intentionally trashy. The Black Room could probably best be described as the third type. The Black Room was released in... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES INTERVIEWS

The beautiful Nikki Kris about her movie CIRCUS ROAD

The beautiful Nikki Kris about her movie CIRCUS ROAD

actress

Nikki Kris is known for her work on Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016), War on Everyone (2016) and Preacher (2016). She started acting in feature films during high school, with a local production company from Austin, Texas. During her first day on set, she fell in love with production and has never stopped chasing her passion.

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

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

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

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

HUSKER

HUSKER

Marc W. Johnson

Writing this review has taken me a couple of days because it has several subjects I'd like to highlight. It's been difficult though, to put my mind together, because I can't reveal most of the scenes that will get you glue-stuck to the book. I couldn't leave it, and when someone talked to me I got upset because they were interrupting my connection with the story. Well, that said. Marc W Johnson is in my list of "Writers Extraordinaire". He is a screenplay writer, and you're going to find that influence on the book. Is it a bad thing? Hell, no. The writing is agile, fresh, always keeping you anxious to find out what'... Read More

Crystal Bones and Gossamer Wings

Crystal Bones and Gossamer Wings

Dona Fox

This piece is a novella by Dona Fox and the length has allowed her to elaborate her writing deeply on her already established study of the human psyche —and its insanity. This time, many characters guide you through this labyrinth. The plot is full of twists and turns which will make you reconsider constantly what you have comprehended so far. The protagonist expresses herself in first person, habitual Fox's tool to show the reader in a more intense way the feelings and madness of that mind. She is a combination, or so it seems, of devotion, conformity, complete surrender and... love? to her father and all the... Read More

Netted: The Beginning (The Silent Red Room Saga Book...

KT Rose

This is the first work I read from KT Rose and I'm greatly surprised. She takes basic elements such as blind dates with a psychopath, and combines it with de danger of the dark side of the internet, the consequences of a deeply broken family, a girl with a court of ghosts on her shoulders, a man in grief, a cult leader and an audience so hungry for —blood. What could possibly go wrong? The author sews all together and leaves nothing behind. Characters are very realistic, antiheroes trying to survive life. Lots of blood, fight, betrayal. I like how she moulds the characters to have a deep psychology factor, so they... Read More

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

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