An English instructor at Minnesota State University instructor has produced a literary magazine that focuses on the horror genre. Colin Scharf teamed up with a fellow writer based in Colorado to release “Spooklights,” which was published in August.
Pranking is back in a big way. Keep your eye out for, “Devil Baby.”
This time of year, we are subject to all sorts of scary stuff. Some people love having the daylights scared out of them while others avoid it all costs. Hannah Borreson is one of those that could do without.
So you’ve seen The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Shining, and Poltergeist dozens of times, and you’re thinking of popping one of them back in for some festive Halloween viewing. There’s nothing wrong with that. There’s […]
When the five teenagers in the new horror flick The Cabin in the Woods arrive at the titular location, horror fans will likely feel a moment of cognitive dissonance. That’s because the cabin looks exactly like the cabin from The Evil Dead, right down to the porch and eyelet windows.