“A lack of suspense with zero frights”: A Review of tEXt

tEXt tells the story of a woman who, after breaking up with her boyfriend, spends time at her friend's house. She receives a text from her ex, and soon comes to realise that he may be closer than he states. Dubbed by the creators as a modern day take on silent films blended with horror,... Continue Reading →

GUEST POST: Tips On Writing Horror by G.A. Minton

Horror stories have been around ever since early man learned how to communicate with his own kind. The genre of horror has been linked to ancient folklore, religious practices, and common superstitions, with a heavy focus on evil, death, the afterlife, demons, witches, ghosts, werewolves, and vampires. Horror fiction became firmly established in early Europe... Continue Reading →

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