More articles about: horror

 
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Demonic possessions, exorcisms, and other paranormal entities to keep you up at night.
It may seem like time has flown and we're not quite ready for Halloween, but these 12 classic horror films should put you in the mood for the holiday. Our only disclaimer is that these haunting flicks might keep you up all ...
 
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What would you do if you were in one of these true horror stories in the office?
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, accounts of unexplainable things happening in the office occur more commonly than you would expect. The following short horror stories in the office were told by employees based on their personal experience.I work in human resources in ...
 
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There is horror of all kinds—vintage and modern—take your pick.
For those less inclined to watch scary movies, Halloween is basically just a celebration of Hocus Pocus and the films of the ’90s that spark nostalgia. But as October creeps up, so will true Halloween fanatics’ desire to get hours and hours of scary ...
 
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Such as: What do the cops in Derry, Maine actually do?
It Chapter 2 was a wild ride that featured murderous clowns, lepers, menacing Paul Bunyan statues, a web of decades-old secret crushes, and one very cute Pomeranian. And though the film was nearly three hours long, it didn't clear up absolutely everything. 1| So what are ...
 
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It is just an unpredictable and searing insult comic with impeccable timing and a knack for impressions.
Pennywise the Dancing Clown does a lot of bad things in It Chapter 2. It eats children. It buries people alive. It even turns a puppy into a spooky demon hellspawn. The clown is by no means a good role model for upcoming ...
 
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Prepare your inhaler.
The Asylum Manila website tells the story of a psychiatric institute for the criminally insane (located in Quezon City), whose director tormented his patients and conducted bizarre medical experiments. This walk-through attraction is filled with scary live actors, jump scares, and lots ...
 
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This year will add Sweden and string instruments to your list of phobias.
We're currently living in a new golden age of horror. As our real world becomes ever more terrifying, filmmakers have stepped up their game to use horror as a way to analyze the nightmare of our off-screen lives. That continues in 2019—from ...
 
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You won't be able to sleep with the lights on.
Eerie, the 2018 supernatural horror film directed by Mikhail Red, has been available for streaming on Netflix since July 26, 2019. And, as it turns out, people across continents have been taking notice of the movie.One viewer wrote on Twitter, "I thought ...
 
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Stop, stop, it's already dead.
Last year saw Michael Myers make a triumphant return in Halloween, a direct sequel to the original classic that (smartly) ignored all of the previous sequels.Not every horror franchise is as successful at refreshing itself though, and there are plenty out there that ...
 
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War, urbanization, modernization or gentrification have found new uses for old burial grounds
When thinking about places to hang out in, a cemetery is definitely not on the top of the list—if it makes the list at all. Filipinos only flock to burial grounds to visit their deceased loved ones on All Saints Day and ...
 
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Because zombies and werewolves and haunted houses aren't completely serious
You know that laugh, the one that comes right after something in a horror movie—a sudden knife-attack, a ghost's reveal, some stupid cat that knocked over a paint can—scares the hell out of you? Yeah, you laugh—because you don't want anyone to ...
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