Horror is exploitation. But there are limits. Blaming the devil for a vicious real-life murder? That’s the limit. Learn about the true, tragic tale behind “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.” A tale the wrong people are telling and going to profit off of.
Learn why the past is scary! In 1901, an anarchist and a president met at a fair. It didn’t go so well. Featuring Guest Stars: Teddy Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and hero James B. Parker.
The Netflix reboot of a creepy classic does not ask you to help solve a mystery. But let’s give it a shot!
Horror is something I truly love. It gives me an escape. It makes me think. It gives me catharsis. It gives me a creative buzz. But currently, it’s tremendously psychologically difficult to engage with.
Part 3 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: Edgar Poe, Al Capone, a deadly dinner, and a very bad Santa!
Part 2 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: A quaint pie murder, one man’s revenge against Domino’s pizza, a missing family, and a bank robbery featuring St. Nick!
Part 1 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: Santa’s gruesome origin story, a fake kidnapping, a real kidnapping, and Ted Bundy himself!
‘The Stepfather’ had plenty of material to work off of for this character. He’s clearly based on a real person: John List, one of the most notorious family annihilators in history.
Unlike accidentally summoning Hell Raiser or dream battling Freddy Krueger, home invasion murders have been played out horrifically in real life throughout history.
There were PSA films warning girls about all the horrible ‘unnecessary’ things that can befall babysitters. The films focused on girls learning ‘good judgment’ like not letting strangers into the house while babysitting. How helpful!