- Great Collection of Thai Sci-Fi & Horror Movie Posters
- 10 Bizarre Creatures from Japanese Folklore
- My Top 10 Horror-Comedies of All Time
- 10 Beautifully Creepy Places
- British TV Horror and How It Made Me Who I Am
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Comic Book Movie have put together a very cool collection of hand-painted classic horror and sci-fi film posters from Thailand. Featuring posters of Jaws, Evil Dead and A Nightmare on Elmstreet.
10 Bizarre Creatures from Japanese Folklore
Japan has an abundance of strange monsters in their folklore, in this article Socyberty have arranged 10 of the most bizarre. Number 10 definitely deserves its place for the strangest – you’ll have to see it to believe it.
A selection of horror-comedy chosen by Parlour of Horror. Included in the top ten is Shaun of the Dead and Ghostbusters.
Another article from Squidoo this week. ’10 Beautifully Creepy Places’ is an accurate title; there are photos and videos of a large range of places from across the world, including an old Subway station and an amusement park.
Rounding off this week in must read horror articles is our very own John Llewellyn Probert. Our reviewer and columnist speaks on his own horror journey over on Classic Horror Campaign.
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