Today on The Long(est) Hallowe'en, something a little different. To celebrate the last ten days, a short, haunted poem from a long time ago.
The line between reality and fiction disappears completely in this charming, surprisingly-scary podcast. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, The Black Tapes are real.
In Oxenfree you don't make choices, you make conversation. It makes for one of the most engrossing, clever and lovable spooky experiences in years.
What better celebration of Hallowe'en than a Horror movie? Today, six seasonal classics packed into one fantastic anthology.
It's one thing to read Horror, and another to have it whispered in your ear in the dead of night. I can't get enough of the NoSleep Podcast.
Have you been to the hollow or the cove? A closer look at a Creepypasta classic, then a trip to a small town where all is not as it seems...
Everything is way too big and nothing makes sense: a return to a simpler, scarier form of terror in this adventurous gem.
The nightmare endures because Freddy, like his movie, just refuses to grow old. A modern look at Wes Craven and the secrets of the fourth wall.
Remember high school, when you were surrounded by monsters and had to take one of them to prom? Now there's a game, too.
The first zombie movie in years to scare me is really something special. The Girl With All The Gifts shines in an overstuffed genre thanks to masterful performances and an uncommon optimism.
Yume Nikki is a story about being trapped in an small room and dreaming your way out. An odd horror classic achieves new relevance in 2020 - just watch out for nightmares.