Netflix and Thrills: Watching Horror Movies Is Good For Your Relationships!

In the 1950's it was pretty common place to take your date to a drive in movie theatre to watch some kind of spooky horror flick in order to get your date so scared and horny that they will have sex with you. That's legitimate right? But whether or not it actually was a common occurrence, there definitely seems to be some truth in that. Watching horror movies together gives you a more likely chance to stay together, and here's why. It helps you de-stress According to Multiple studies, watching horror regularly actually helps you de-stress in the long term, even if you find watching these kinds of horror movies quite stressful. With high tension and terrifying scenes the adrenaline that is re

Immerse Yourself In One Of These Real Life Horror Experiences

Ever wanted to try your hand at being the star in a horror movie? There are so many ways you can see where you fit into the horror archetype and if you would likely survive, and thankfully many people have put together the opportunities when you can do just that! Will you survive these Fright Night experiences (if you survive coronavirus that is)? Slasher Camp Nestled in Arizona is a property called On Pins and Needles that is set up for all your perfect horror movie escapee needs, the most popular being a Friday the 13th escape game. The idea is the you have about half an hour to try and escape Jason, who is on the hunt for your blood. You search the area for weapons to defend yourself and

Iconography: Baphomet

Baphomet is a very well recognised icon when it comes to the occult - a depiction of a horned and winged goat adorned with estoric symbols. It has been publicized more recently in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, but it's also been popping up all over my social media news feeds. Because of this, I decided to take a dive into the history of this icon and see what the true meaning behind Baphomet really is. Baphomet was first depicted as a deity that the Knights of Templar were accused of worshipping, due to appearing in a transcript for The Inquisition of the Knights Templar in 1307. The Knights of Templar were Christian followers in the time of the crusades (so, prime time for witch burnings)

Visit Your Favourite Horror Movie Locations (When You Can Travel Again)

Hollywood tours do it right, and they do it right for a reason. People want to see where their favourite movies were made, walk the streets their favourite characters walked, and do iconic things in the movies such as having a breakfast croissant outside Tiffany and Co in New York and visit the Hobbitshire while in New Zealand. And horror buffs are no different. They want to see where Alice got her head chopped off in Friday the 13th. They want to see where their favourite characters were slashed to ribbons, and be at the scene of a not-so-real grizzly murder. Well lucky for us horror fans who are keen to visit, there are some real-life locations used in the filming of horror movies that are

A Short History of Japan's Suicide Forest

Trigger warning: This article contains mention to suicide. If anyone has seen the horror movie The Forest you may be well-versed in the general idea of Japan's infamous Suicide Forest - or the Sea of Trees as it is referred to - but you may not know much else about the haunting location. Japan is well known for it's dark and disturbing, it's beauty and culture, and there is just something about this forest that drags you in. The Suicide Forest is specifically named Aokigahara and is located on the northwest flank of the famous Fuji Mountain and covers 30 square kilometers of hardened lava that has flowed from Mount Fuji in the year 864 AD. It is a dark and dense forest, which has added to th

The Most Intelligent Horror Movies Ever Made

Intellectual horror movies are hard to come by sometimes. Usually they tend to feature the big-breasted blonde running up the stairs instead of out the door, and the teenage kids keeping their accidental murder a secret cover up. Sometimes it features ridiculous looking characters on murder sprees (hello Chucky!) and the story line can be so easily followed that the anatomy of a horror film is just as forseeable as the big breasted bimbo's ripped open rib cage. Sometimes, writers and directors try to move into the intellectual storytelling to raise the stakes, and unfortunately most of them tend to fall short in that regard (think of the racism and homelessness narrative in Candyman, or the

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