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Great Horror Moments In Non-Horror Films

Great Horror Moments In Non-Horror Films

…horror is essential, because, like no other emotion, fear deepens our connections to characters, makes us root for the good guys and hate the bad guys, and feel relief and excitement when the threat has passed.

Hex on the Beach

Hex on the Beach

Hex on the Beach is a horror community focused magazine by Horror Oasis featuring reviews, editorials and fiction. Now open for submissions!

Loving Horror in “Followers”

Loving Horror in “Followers”

How can you love the horror, a genre that turns fear and violence into entertainment? And when you do harbor such affection for the macabre, how do you draw the line between that recreational fantasy horror and reality?

Can Horror End On A Hopeful Note?

Can Horror End On A Hopeful Note?

Horror does not have to be inherently nihilistic, although that worldview certainly has its place. I believe that some horror can hold up a mirror to us, show us our errors, our mistakes, our monsters—and also challenge us to be flexible about how we think about the world, and in doing so, find the light in the darkness.

The Horrors of Childbirth: A Mental Hula Hoop Journey

The Horrors of Childbirth: A Mental Hula Hoop Journey

Jason, Freddy, and The Shape combined can’t scare you like a pregnancy can. Okay, I am biased. I just watched my wife go through the trials and tribulations of a confusing and emotional pregnancy. Regardless, I think it’s time we—and by we, I mean the collective man—get a grip and respect the rollercoaster of emotions and physical threats that a woman undergoes when it’s the day or night of the big event.

Room 217: Why I never left

Room 217: Why I never left

In reading The Shining, in walking into Room 217, I was introduced to the power that the horror story can have. Instead of running, screaming from that room I plunked myself down in a chair and took notes.

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