No One Gets Out Alive follows a standard formula of jump scares, ominous nightly appearances, and a sense of isolation for the protagonist as well as a nice ending that ties everything up in a spooky bow.
The Rules of the Road perfectly captures that lonely and sometimes creepy vibe one experiences when they are on a long, long drive in the nondescript areas of America.
A young woman who -- after her abusive husband bashes her head into a wall -- begins to have visions of people being murdered, only to find out that those visions are actually happening.
An isolated island community experiences miraculous events - and frightening omens - after the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.
Coming out on October 5th, What One Wouldn't Do is a dark fiction anthology about what people are capable of when it comes to getting what they want -- tales and poems of witchcraft, necromancy, revenge, and sorrow populate this anthology.
The Luminous Dead is an emotional rollercoaster that takes you deep into the dark guts of an alien planet, haunted by the rumblings of creatures called Tunnelers that no one has survived an encounter with.
I had no idea what I was getting into with this movie, but Level 16 quickly sucked me in. The movie is a dystopian, sci-fi reimagining of The Lord of the Flies, but instead of boys, there are girls who are bred for purity and obedience.
I deep dive the Gothic world of female vampire eroticism with Carmilla, The Moth Dairies, and Jennifer's Body.
As a horror flick about a mysterious monster hunting down a group of friends while the four men attempt to repair their friendship through the horrific experience of unintentionally being hunted down by a monster, overall definitely a fun movie, but not exactly one that stands out.
This book was an odd one for me, not in a bad way though. The first half of the book starts off a wilderness horror, the four friends fight against the elements, then something that seems to be hunting them in the woods. Then the second half becomes cosmic horror.