Stuff so gruesome you'll never see it in a movie.
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Curses of the stage and screen rank among the more eerie and mysterious of show business superstitions. They serve as a reminder that fame and fortune are not enough to ward off tragedy and disaster if the writer of life has it written into the script.
The best from the King of Horror
Some of these will blow your mind...
Here are the top five scariest silent films which are most likely to generate scares in modern audiences as much as they did upon initial release.
Old school aliens scared us the most.
Part of a new breed of slow-burn horror
The good, the bad, and the horrifying...
The horror and scifi films of 2015....what to watch, what to skip
Krampus is a beast of legends, harking back to both Norse and Greek Mythology. It was used for generations to keep children from misbehaving, while instilling within them a lifetime of phobias. According to Wikipedia, the Austrian governments attempted to stifle the legends after the 1934 Austrian Civil War, prohibiting the tradition, but the legend refused to die.
Edgar Allen Poe would be proud.
They say fact is stranger than fiction....it's also more terrifying.
The terrifying 1977 horror movie, The Hills Have Eyes, written and directed by Wes Craven, is both frightening and disturbing. The flick boasts an original tale of an incest-bred and cannibalistic clan as they hunt strangers for “food” in the Nevada desert. The plot is clear, albeit creepy, but the inspiration for the script is based on stories tales that, like any lore, contain varying amounts of embellishment inside the truth. Sawney Bean was born Alexander Bean in East Lothian, Scotland sometime during the late 1500’s. Unwilling to follow in his father’s vocational footsteps of ditch-digging, he and a female companion fled to the waters of Bennane Head in the county of Galloway. They found seclusion inside a deep cave that sank over 600 feet into the ground.
Hundreds of historical buildings remain upright along the Mississippi River without a ghost in sight. A select few, however, have been consistently cited by occupants, visitors, and researchers as housing spirits of lives long past. Starting north and working 2320 miles south, here are the most haunted buildings standing by the Mississippi River:
Forget never going in the water again--these movies will have you hiding in your sweltering closet.
Spielberg did some pretty strange things to make Jaws so damn scary.