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New Website Design

New Website Design

Eagle-eyed visitors may have noticed changes on the website recently. The entire site has been moved to brand new servers and a new design has been implemented. While the look of the site is based on the previous design (because we loved it so much) there have been a few tweaks and changes to improve the site’s functionality and provide a quality experience for you. Some changes you will notice but there are even more hidden behind the scenes to…

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12 Funny Horror Movies Worth Watching Tonight

12 Funny Horror Movies Worth Watching Tonight

We all love horror movies (or why else are you here?) and many of us enjoy comedies too but rarely do the two genres come together with any level of success. When I’m talking about less successful film attempts at horror/comedy alliances, movies that simply failed to achieve much horror or comedy when combining the two, I’m thinking of the deplorable ‘Scary Movie’ franchise as a prime example. The original may have been a fresh spin on things but after…

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When Horror Movies Affected The Psyche of Society

When Horror Movies Affected The Psyche of Society

A good movie can entertain and stay with you for a while. A great movie/movie scene can change the way you and the rest of society think forever. Here are a few examples of when that happened:- Swimming in the sea/Sharks – Jaws (1975) Ever since the release of the movie Jaws many swimmers have entered the water and immediately heard the dreaded music that heralded the approach of the shark in the Spielberg classic, half expecting an ominous shadow…

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5 Dean Koontz Books Not To Miss

5 Dean Koontz Books Not To Miss

Here I present my favourite five books from Dean Koontz. As always, these are my personal choices made from books I have personally read and enjoyed: I know not everyone will agree with my choices but that’s what makes reading books such a personal experience. “Dean Koontz is an American author. His novels are broadly described as suspense thrillers, but also frequently incorporate elements of horror, fantasy, science fiction, mystery, and satire.Many of his books have appeared on The New…

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5 Reasons People Love Reading Horror Stories

5 Reasons People Love Reading Horror Stories

Ever since man sat around the campfire tucking into roast Mammoth burgers we’ve shared frightening tales of terror and dread for the enjoyment of our peers. So why is it that humans feel the need to hear tales that may unsettle, repulse and revolt? The reasons may be many but here’s a list of five big reasons I can think of:- 1 – Survival. Like most forms of horror such as stories, video games and movies, the human animal feels…

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The Typo Goblin

The Typo Goblin

I am the Typo Goblin, my heart is made of flint, My role in life is simply this: to keep you out of print. I sneak into your manuscript and do my fiendish work, Adding errors guaranteed to make you look a berk. And then I cast the ‘Careless’ spell: you say, ‘Ah, what the heck!’ And pop your script into the post without that final check. At length some hapless editor receives your golden wit, And after reading fifty…

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Tips For Successful Early Morning Writing

Tips For Successful Early Morning Writing

As you may or not be aware, I’m a fan of writing at various times of the day but one of my favourite times to write is very early in the morning, This means that you can sometimes see me typing merrily at times as early as 4 or 5 o’clock in the morning while the rest of Britain sleeps soundly in their beds. To get as much out of my pre-dawn writing sessions as possible I ensure I prepare…

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Great Retro Reads 2 – The Beaver Book of Horror

Great Retro Reads 2 – The Beaver Book of Horror

When I was about 10 years old in 1977 Her Majesty the Queen was celebrating her Silver Jubilee on the throne of England and a book entered my life and changed it forever; it introduced me to the world of horror, the paranormal and horror story telling. That book was The Beaver book of horror by Daniel Farson. In the mid to late 1970’s I was a member of a book club at school which I believe was the Scholastic…

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Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends Part 2

Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends Part 2

Britain has a long and rich history and when it comes to urban legends we have more than our fair share of those too. Here we return to the wonderful ’MostAmazingTop10’ YouTube channel for another 10 scary British Urban Legends. Please visit their channel and subscribe to them for more great content. Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends Part 2 Description from the Youtube channel: Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends Subscribe To The MostAmazingTop10 Vlog Channel: http://bit.ly/2m8XhIR Hello! The…

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Join The Facebook Horror Group

Join The Facebook Horror Group

We’ve created a horror Facebook group called “Horror – Fact and Fiction” for the discussion of all things related to anything horror or supernatural, fact or fiction. Whether it’s real-life serial killers, monsters on the big screen and in literature or in any other form of entertainment you’re free to talk about it. Share news and views with other horror fans on our very own Horror Group. You can even have a laugh and a joke, it doesn’t all have…

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