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"I've always loved a good ghost story; a good creepy, give-me-a-shiver story. I wasn't disappointed."

This is a PG13 horror film with hardly any blood. It called Let’s Scare Jessica to Death (1971). You don’t know if the protagonist is crazy or if there really are vampires in her town

Why should I let you go? It’s always dark inside this room I hear a voice calling my name Every single night I will hear it I know it’s you It’s been you Nobody knows And I’m the only one Who ...

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I keep having horrible nightmares where I think I’ve woken up but I haven’t and it keeps getting scarier and scarier

I don’t think I ever want to sleep again

I could still be dreaming and not know it yet

Some nonsense straight opinion: But if you’re putting queer charectors in a horror movie you have to expect they’re going to die, not because they’re queer but because it’s horror-

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Terror returns in 'Outlast 2,' confirmed for fall 2016

Outlast was one of the most horrifying games of 2013 – and perhaps of all time. Our review called it a “perfect nightmare” of gore, mental strain and tense sound design, and the Whistleblower DLC, which followed in 2014, was similarly heart-pounding. Just two days before Halloween 2015, independent studio Red Barrels has unveiled Outlast 2, due next fall for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Mac. Details are scarce, but we know that this sequel will be a brand-new beast. “The game will be a survival-horror experience and it will take place in the same universe as Outlast, but it will have different characters and a different setting,” Red Barrels co-founder Philippe Morin outlined in October 2014. A brief teaser trailer released today suggests Outlast 2 will continue the franchise’s theme of haunting religious imagery.

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'Slender: The Arrival' is ready to creep out Wii U players this month

Everyone knows the tale of Slender Man, the impossibly tall, lanky, humanoid creature with no face who wears a suit and stalks unsuspecting children in dark woods and quiet nighttime hallways. In other words, it’s perfect fodder for a horror game. Slender: The Arrival is a first-person exploration game about Lauren, a young woman searching for her friend and Slender Man fanatic, Kate, who’s gone missing. The game is already out on Steam, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and now it’s coming to haunt the Wii U. Slender: The Arrival hits Wii U on October 22nd in North America, complete with special Wii remote capabilities. The flashlight is the most important item in the game, and Wii U players can move the Wii remote – not the Wii U Gamepad – to control the in-game torch. Not that it will stop Slender Man from finding them, of course.

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Play as Jason in the first official 'Friday the 13th' game since 1989

When Gun Media’s Wes Keltner and Ronnie Hobbs announced Summer Camp, a slasher-inspired horror game set in a creepy campground, it was already more than an homage to Friday the 13th. The developers were open about their love of ghostly, hockey-masked murderer Jason Voorhees and they had even recruited Friday the 13th veterans to work on the game. This included actor, director and special-effects creator Tom Savini, the man behind the mask in Friday the 13th parts 7-10 Kane Hodder, and the film’s original composer Harry Manfredini.

“Basically, we were a Friday the 13th video game; we just didn’t have the license,” Hobbs said. Five months after the announcement of Summer Camp, Friday the 13th creator and director Sean S. Cunningham reached out to the team with his blessing – and, after a few meetings, the license to the Jason Voorhees franchise.

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Nine Inch Nails guitarist Robin Finck on his first video game soundtrack

Robin Finck’s slow entry into the video game industry began, as he puts it, “a hundred years ago.” Around that time, Finck – best known as the guitarist for Nine Inch Nails – ran into Devolver Digital co-founder Mike Wilson in a fairly unconventional place.

“Mike Wilson and I camped adjacent one another at Burning Man,” Finck explains. “I think he was dressed in shades and a flag and not much more, save the dust.”

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Turn your home into a haunted house with AR game 'Night Terrors'

You’re home alone. It’s the dead of night and all of the lights are off; you creep down the hallway with one hand dragging along the wall, your phone serving as a makeshift flashlight. You hear a young girl’s voice whisper from the bedroom in front of you and the hair on the back of your neck stands up straight. You pause. Your heart pounds. A dull ringing assaults your ears. You creep forward, holding the phone higher, when suddenly – a high-pitched shriek as your phone’s light starts rapidly flashing and a deformed, undead monster barrels down the hallway directly toward you. You drop your phone. Game over.

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Horror/sci-fi movies

Dracula’s Daughter (1936), Beauty and the Beast (1946), Tarantula (1955), Village of the Damned (1960), Pit and the Pendulum (1961), Eyes Without a Face (1960), Frankenstein (1931), The Crawling Eye (1958), The Stepford Wives (1975), The Black Cat (1934)