The late 19th and early 20th century was an intriguing and dynamic time for horror fiction. In the wake of the Romantic period, new vistas had been opened in dark fiction with topics touching on ghosts, paranormal science, and the occult,… Read More ›
For the most wild, yet most homely narrative which I am about to pen, I neither expect nor solicit belief. Mad indeed would I be to expect it, in a case where my very senses reject their own evidence. Yet,… Read More ›
“It’s the material,” said the old ship’s doctor — “the material plus the conditions — and, maybe,” he added slowly, “a third factor — yes, a third factor; but there, there ——” He broke off his half-meditative sentence and began… Read More ›
Illustration by John Coulthart for Lovecraft’s Monsters, 2014 (via Dark Corner Books).
Kittens, as winter continues to pound the eastern half of the United States, what could be better than curling up under a blanket with a good book and the wind howling at your windows? Here are nine fabulously spooky stories… Read More ›
Tired of the usual Halloween party theme? Check out this great video from Threadbanger to transform your living room into a Hitchcockian Bodega Bay bungalow, complete with homicidal birds and frantic Tippi Hedren costume. “At the top of the hill he waited. He… Read More ›