There are so many sub genres in the horror genre that it can be tough to decide what to watch. Consider a marathon of animal-attack movies. You name the critter, and likely a movie was made. Here's some to consider -
The innocent expectation of a new home, a new life, and putting down memories in a safe haven can sometimes go awry. Let's look at movies about people who moved into a home only to find they were not alone -
Upon occasion I see a horror movie that gives me hope. The hope is that there are developing horror movie directors to keep the genre alive. Any of us in our middle years know that rock music seems to have died. We never imagined that happening. Well, there is a fear that horror movies had their heyday, but no more. Let's talk today about "The Boy" and why the director gives me hope.
Cemeteries are the most beautiful and peaceful parks and memorials. A walk among the rows of headstones under the shady trees brings a sense of quiet and introspection. Sometimes, however, cemetery art takes on a sinister tone as weather and aging can make even the happiest sculpture twisted and creepy. Other art, designed to take on gothic and anguished proportions, becomes something quite frightening. Let's look at what can happen to the art when placed in a peaceful cemetery.
I grew up with two very divergent influences: "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" and "Charlie's Angels." Both exhibited intelligence, diligence, and bravery, but one was a bit bumbling and a loner, the other was a neat sexy glamour team. And somehow, forever, I've been embracing both.
Autumn, horror and Halloween scents made into candles are one of the first and best ways to get the season in your blood. The scents make you nostalgic for fall like nothing else can! Here's just some very cool ones found on Etsy.