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The Girl in my Dream(Horror Part-1)

29 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments heingyi

         That was true two years ago when I was in tenth grade.One night I had a dream. I was very excited. I came back from the night guide at ten o'clock because I was in the 10th grade. The guide tution is not far from home . Come back on foot.  ...

Yesterdays Nightmare

26 Sep 2020 2 minute read 9 comments Searching for Truth

I was Driving a Van, beside me was my Wife -she was Hurt badly and i had to Drive her to a Hospital I was in a Rush, driving way to fast-so damn fast There was a Traffic Jam right in front of me, damn I was so fast i couldn't brake I had to evade, ev...

A Mystifying Presence at my door

24 Sep 2020 2 minute read 1 comment QueenGG

"Saby! go to bed!" Isabella exclaimed, peeking at the shadow outside her door. Saby would usually play tricks on her mother, but she would usually do it on weekends.It was a school night, and as expected, Saby was fast asleep.Isabella had no idea, wh...

Who is Knocking on my door?

20 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments QueenGG

I sat with my legs folded, enjoying an episode of the walking dead. The episode was just about to finish, and I was a bit tired.I looked over at my little sister, who was already knocked out, but my little brother was wide awake. My mother was out at...

No-Nonsense Review: The Raven (1935)

3 Sep 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Byzantius

Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi brought monsters to life in Frankenstein, The Mummy, and Dracula. In this horror, they're again monsters, but of the human variety.  Lugosi is a doctor who quotes Edgar Allen Poe and brags about building some of Poe's to...

No-Nonsense Review: The Phantom Creeps (1939)

29 Aug 2020 1 minute read 3 comments Byzantius

Often, with old movies, the pacing is so slow that the story can be hard to get into. 1939's The Phantom Creeps suffers from the exact opposite problem--the action and story are in your face from go, and so much happens in the 73 minutes that the fil...

No-Nonsense Review: The Wolf Man (1941)

19 Aug 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Byzantius

In 1941, Universal introduced Larry Talbot as the Wolf Man, but he was not Universal's first werewolf. That honor goes to Werewolf of London, released six years earlier. But it was Talbot, played by the legendary Lon Chaney Jr., who was destined to b...

No-Nonsense Review: The Old Dark House (1932)

18 Aug 2020 2 minute read 2 comments Byzantius

Coming off the success of Dracula and Frankenstein in 1931 and The Mummy earlier in 1932, Universal took another stab at horror (albeit without a titular monster) in The Old Dark House. We open on a married couple driving through a rain storm with th...

Mysteries About Story Of Cinderella And Red Riding Hood

17 Aug 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Cordelia L Rochie

Cinderella The story of Cinderella we hear today (tortured by her stepmother, riding on a pumpkin wagon, leaving behind her glass shoes) is a version of Charles Perrault that has been "beautified" as well as slightly censored (including removing the...

A random horror story based on "The OFFICE"

17 Aug 2020 1 minute read 0 comments almontubo

Whilst investigating the death of a local boss, a Crazy paper seller called Dwight Shrute uncovers a legend about a supernaturally-cursed, world's best boss circulating throughout Scranton. As soon as anyone uses the boss, he or she has exactly 45 da...