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Books & Movies to Give You the Chills!

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Books & Movies to Give You the Chills!

Books & Movies to Give You the Chills!

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Lina Leandersson in a still from Let the Right One In, Låt den rätte komma, in sweden. For how trendy and cliche vampire themes have become, this movie is really original.

Top 10 horror movies

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VOICES IN THE NIGHT: The towns in Steven Millhauser’s stories are haunted. The characters -- nearly all of them -- are frenzied. They see phantoms, they fixate on surreal happenings, they hear voices in the night. But Millhauser isn’t a horror writer; his latest collection elegantly toes the line between the real and the surreal, and many of the stories examine how we attempt to collectively explain the unexplainable.

13 Ultra-Creepy Books To Avoid Before Bedtime

13 Ultra-Creepy Books To Avoid Before Bedtime

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Humanity is never thrown into so stark relief as when we journey into space. In that alien environment, we find out who we are. And even though space movies are often seen as pure adventures, the best space films are great personal dramas. Here are 12 powerful psychological dramas that happen to be set in space.

You know how sometimes a death scene in a movie sticks with you and scares you so much that YOU CAN'T GET IT OUT OF YOUR HEAD? It's time to talk about that. What death scene in a science fiction or fantasy movie was impossible to unsee, as much as you wish you could?

This Death Scene Scared the Crap Out of Me Forever

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One Got Fat: Bicycle Safety film (1963) Absolutely terrifying and surreal. A group of children, all wearing ape masks, ride their bicycles to the park for a picnic. Along the way, all but one are eliminated for violating basic bike safety rules. This strange film was narrated by Edward Everett Horton.

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

11 Classic Horror Films That Should Have Never Been Remade

21 PG-Rated Movies That Are Actually Terrifying ||| Parental Guidance and a security blanket are strongly suggested

10 Novels That Will Scare The Hell Out Of You | The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

10 Novels That Will Scare The Hell Out Of You

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20 Horror Movies (including Village of the Damned)

Top 10 Classic Horror Stories

Top 10 Classic Horror Stories - TotallyTop10.com

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25 Movies That Will Destroy Your Faith In Humanity: If you’re feeling good about life, steer clear of any of the movies on this list. These are 25 films that will leave you raw, empty, and in desperate need of a shower.

25 Movies That Will Destroy Your Faith In Humanity

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Top 10 Classic Horror Stories

88:88 sees a woman determined to defend herself from a persistent intruder. We like to think of it as a science fiction version of Home Alone.

Videodrome 1983 "Sleazy TV executive Max Renn (James Woods) is looking for cheap, exciting programming for his fly-by-night channel when he fortuitously stumbles across a fuzzy satellite feed showing torture, punishment ... and possibly murder. A conspiracy is afoot as two competing groups fight for the 20th century's soul, using the airwaves as their battlefield. Renn searches for the truth, all the while obsessed by an on-air chanteuse (Deborah Harry)."

Videodrome | Netflix

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LET THE RIGHT ONE IN / love the movie, so now i need to read the book / click through for Tina Page's book-vs-movie review

THE STEPFORD WIVES / Another brilliant book-vs-movie review from Tina Page! I love 'em both. (hated the Nicole Kidman remake)

APT PUPIL by Stephen King / I agree with Tina Page: the book (novella) is better.

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER / One of my favorite movies, beautifully filmed in black & white (the floating-down-the-river scene is unforgettable) & starring Robert Mitchum in one of his most terrifying screen roles (his slow, rich-voiced version of "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" turns the hymn into a nightmare's soundtrack). Lillian Gish & Shelley Winters are equally effective in their roles as "saint" & "sinner." Complete perfection on film. (1955 Publicity still of Robert Mitchum's hands)

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER by Davis Grubb / Peter Schilling's insightful review: "Reading Grubb’s [book] enriches Laughton’s great adaptation. It makes the film more moving, as you’re able to go deep into the mind of its hero, John Harper. Too deep, perhaps. In fact, the book ruined a good many evenings, and got to the point where I literally couldn’t read ten pages without crying. Was screenwriter James Agee moved in the same way? Or director Charles Laughton? Read the book yourself… if you can.

This was shown to children?! One Got Fat: Bicycle Safety film (1963) Absolutely terrifying & surreal "educational" video. A group of children, all wearing ape masks, rides their bicycles to the park for a picnic. Along the way, all but one are eliminated for violating basic bike safety rules. This strange film was narrated by Edward Everett Horton.

The Exorcist - early 1970s, age 15, i finished reading at 3:00 AM & lay in bed praying for the dawn. Click through to see who wins Tina Page's book-vs-movie review. Movie poster designed by Viktor Hertz bit.ly/gfQlrC