Scary reads are the best reads! Take a deep dive into our horror content to find recommendations for the best horror books out there–just don’t forget to put them in the freezer before you go to bed.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love dressing up, I love spooky folklore, and I love the cozy feeling of ...
Curious about the differences between Shirley Jackson's novel and THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE Netflix series adaptation? Here are a few.
Take this scary book quiz to get a scary book recommendation for your October reading. Because scary books are FUN (and Halloween approaches!).
Welcome fellow members of the Midnight Society! We humbly submit this ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK? party proposal for your approval.
In these ten collections of scary stories for kids, you'll find short horror, campfire tales, and spooky fiction, just in time for Halloween.
Here are scary ghost stories for kids and adults that I think about on a regular basis when my apartment is too quiet. Read on to get your spook on.
I have not read my favorite* book, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, since the film adaptation was announced, because I ...
Ironically, this is the second remake of a novel about bringing things back from the dead.
Get your read on with these 30 spine-tingling ya horror 2018 books. Prepare yourself to shove 'em in the freezer and be scared awake all night long.
I recently saw the new movie adaptation of We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson, which is ...
Looking to scare yourself silly before Halloween? Here are five must-read creepy historical novels, ghost stories, and horror novels set in the past.
Here are just a few quotes from the novel that hint at why THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE resonates when it comes to ideas of haunted houses.
With Halloween on the way, one reader considers why we don't have a horror romance subgenre, and why a genuinely scary romance is so hard to come by.
In the course of researching his books, Jenn discovers the best things Stephen King has written: tweets about his Corgi Molly.
A reader on Bram Stokers treatment of the male ego, women characters, monsters, and on why she's reading DRACULA instead of her usual fall fave.