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The 5 Best Creepypasta Stories Around

I’ve been writing horror for close to six years now, dropping off tales in online magazines and print anthologies made by small presses. One thing that I was surprised to find out was that there is a pretty big name … Continue reading

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6 FrightFest Discovery Screens Picks for 2016

There are some amazing titles at this year’s FrightFest. As is the case every year, some will stand out more than others, and generally the main screens get it right — you will see the big ‘ones to watch‘ there. … Continue reading

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The Woods: It’s a Blair Witch Sequel!

Now, I know we predominantly champion low-budget horror here, but we also very much appreciate clever marketing.  As independent film makers, it’s often good form to learn techniques from the people that studios are only too happy to pay millions of … Continue reading

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A Hidden Gem: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

I was thinking about Guillermo Del Toro the other day. Important things like, ‘I wonder if he prefers a gas barbecue’ or ‘does the Del stand for Del-Boy?’ There were also thoughts such as ‘which film of his can I … Continue reading

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The First London Horror Society Event

As some of you may know, we put on a members-only event last Monday at the Jetlag Bar in London. The London Horror Society is a place for fellow horror hounds to congregate over the Internet and squeal over all … Continue reading

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