In the horror genre, there is a subsection sometimes called “weird horror.”
Sometimes, we have stories with titles that hint at the plot. It’ll give a vague understanding of what you might read.
This time, however, there’s no metaphor.
Dark Harvest is a novella from 2006 I oopsed into reading because I wanted something short and spooky for October—and then only finished it a few days ago. And now, having discovered that it’s getting a film adaptation that appears to be trapped in some bureaucratic/logistical hell and will come out eventually, it seemed a perfect book to give a review.
Hello there, dear readers! Are you excited!? We’ve got two stories this week, and we have a piece of spine-tingling horror for our second one.
It’s finally that time, dear readers! The day of spooky fun and sugary treats. No matter your age, there’s always something to enjoy on this wonderful night.
If there’s a reoccurring theme in these yearly Halloween stories, it’s that characters can take Halloween too far. The darkness claims them, and the horror begins.
This is by no means the only reason someone would like horror, but as Halloween fast approaches, it’s the perfect time to cover “The Escapism of Horror.”
Halloween is fast approaching, and our Friday Fictions are shifting to match. It’s all horror until the end of the month. Some are creepy, some campy, and one is utterly terrifying.
Halloween is about to be here. A glorious time for celebrating spooky and horrifying things. And, if you’re not usually a horror fan but want to get into it this year, I have recommendations.
Werewolf by Night is a fun, campy Marvel show that disappointed me because of its marketing and presentation. If you wanted to see a horror movie done in the Marvel universe with a Deadpool level of R-rated gore, then you’re in for an unpleasant surprise.
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