Horror – the genre we seek when we want to feel absolute, nail-biting terror! Abandoned castles and haunted houses, family secrets and ancestral curses, terrifying monsters that can only live and be born in the minds of the disturbed!
Frightening. Disgusting. And terrifying. We crave this here.
Get ready for a bone-chilling ride through the horror genre. From ghosts to vampires, this genre is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Explore the horror hub….if you dare…
Newly Released Monsters
How to Sell A Haunted House by Grady Hendrix
Filled with dread after learning of her parent’s death, Louise returns home to Charleston to pack up the family home. Her burnout brother Mark is the only person who can help her go through their parents’ personal belongings; which consist of mostly her father’s academic papers and her mother’s creepy doll collection. The house is going to need more than a bit of paint to be ready for sale, but the house has no plans to be ready for new tenants. It has the plan to keep Louise and Mark tied to the family home.
Jump on the rollercoaster, because we are about to dig up some family history.
All Hallows by Christopher Golden
Fans of Stranger Things and Slenderman will be thrilled by this new release by Christopher Golden, All Hallows. Taking place in Coventry Massachusetts in th 1980s, a family suburb prepares for the Halloween Festivities. When four unrecognized children approach the neighborhood for help from what they called The Cunningman, many families are hesitant to get involved. They have their own problems to worry about. Who will help the children? Who is the Cunningman and why is he after them?
Ghost 19 by Simone St. James
Ginette has very little for entertainment in her new suburban home. Moving from New York was taking some adjustment, and her boredom has pushed her to become a neighbor watcher.
It’s not until she notices a man watching her back – just outside her window. Maybe there’s something more to this house than she knows? Maybe it’s what keeps her up at night…
Best-Selling in Horror Fiction
Timelessly Terrifying Titles
Bone-Chilling Movies & TV
You can never go wrong with the classics such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Exorcist, or Carrie. But since the take-off of American Horror Story, horror has found its niche on Netflix.
2023 New Releases in Horror
- Knock At the Cabin (2023)
2. Snow Falls (2023)
3. There’s Something Wrong With the Children (2023)
4. Unwelcome (2022)
5. Winnie the Pooh: Blood & Honey It’s not just honey that he wants. He wants REVENGE!
Netflix (Dec. 2022)
- The Darkness
2. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Relive your childhood fears with the official on screen retelling of Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. This book kept me up as a kid.
3. Ghost Stories
4. A Classic Horror Story
Forgotten Stephen King Film to be ‘Rebooted’
Fans of Horror, get ready because a forgotten favorite Children of the Corn is about to get a reboot and has a release date. According to Deadline’s Anthony D’Alessandro, the reboot will be showing in theaters for a limited time in March of this year.
From Disney Family Film To Horror Slasher
According to Jon Squires of BloodyDisgusting.com, there is rumours of a horror version of our beloved Bambi in the works. Maybe Bambi will get revenge for his poor mother? The Grinch along with many other works like Winnie the Pooh have become open to the public domain. While Disney owns the rights to their version of Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh, it won’t stop other producers creating their own twisted versions of the story.
On Writing Horror
The first thing when it comes to writing horror is looking at what the modern masters did that had us on the edge of our beds checking for the monsters below. I maintain that one can become a better writer by being a better reader.
Want to become a better writer and write heart-dropping scenes like Stephen King and many others? You’re in luck. Many of those authors have been kind enough to share their secrets to effective and terrifying writing!
JOE HILL – How to Write a Horror Novel ( Youtube)
If You can’t answer these 6 questions you don’t have a story
Literary Analysis & Essays
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