Yay, another week where Top Ten Tuesday coincides with a topic I had chosen for Horror October! Today I’ve chosen my top ten favorite creepy book covers! Sadly I didn’t like the ones that I actually read (Fiendish, Miss Peregrine’s Home, Shutter) but THE COVERS DUDE. I sure do love me a creepy book cover! What’s your favorite creepy cover?
Top 10 General Horror Silent Hill. This movie has always been (and will always be) my favorite horror movie ever. I love how twisted and creepy it is! I’ve seen it a zillion times and it never gets old. The second movie, however…DON’T EVEN GET ME STARTED. Oculus. HOLY. CRAP. GUYS. I can’t even BEGIN to tell you how freaktastic this movie is! The first time I ever saw it it made me feel like I was losing my mind. […]
As I was looking for books I wanted to read for Horror October, I realized something: There’s not very many YA horror books. I’m not talking “horror” stories that are about cute ghosts or are all romancey and shit. I’m talking REAL. HORROR. Gory, homicidal, disturbing, you’re-going-to-die, HORROR. There are only two books I’ve ever read that were labeled as horror that I actually consider to be real horror: The Monstrumologist and Lockdown. Both were totally dark and twisted, and […]
I am a very reluctant watcher of this show. I tried it for the first time right after finishing Dexter (TO WHICH NOTHING COULD EVER COMPARE), and I didn’t like it at all. [side note, totally unrelated: I also tried the other show that Michael C. Hall plays in right around this same time – Six Feet Under – AND I JUST COULDN’T DO IT MAN. He is and always will be Dexter and to see him as anything else now […]
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish It’s pretty awesome that this week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is villains, because I had originally planned a Horror October discussion about my favorite villains for tomorrow! So I’m combining Horror October and Top Ten Tuesday for this week :D I’m splitting today’s list up into two parts: villains that are my favorite because I love them, and villains that are my favorite because they are bad bad bad […]
This post is inspired directly from Paper Fury’s post Do You Give Authors’ Works Second Chances? Cait’s post posed a fabulous question, and when I went to comment on it I realized – there’s a lot of authors that have written books I love as well as books I hate. And coincidentally enough, when I stumbled on her post I was in the middle of Like a River Glorious by Rae Carson; which is significant because I love that series and I […]