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A Fractured View Of Rural Horror

A Fractured View Of Rural Horror

Some people really enjoy the idea of having a home out in the middle of nowhere. The isolation, away from the hustle of modern urbanity, the quiet. Those are aspects which are so unappealing to me that it’s hard to even try to imagine why someone could potentially appreciate it. Not to mention the fact that being alone in a house in the middle of nowhere is incredibly creepy.

Don't Sleep on CARRIE!

Don't Sleep on CARRIE!

The scene was classic Horror: Two teens alone in a house late at night. Most of the lights were out and the teens were huddled on the floor with torment and carnage right in front of their eyes. The teens were actually me and my high school girlfriend, Caroline, and we were watching the Horror classic, CARRIE (1976).

The Team's Biggest Fears

The Team's Biggest Fears

The cable going out. No, the Wifi! No, think bigger… Drowning. No, burning to death! Damn, these are some dark thoughts… need some balance—puppies! Man, my dogs are getting old… it won’t belong until… Stop thinking about death! What makes me happy? Food. Sweets. Chocolate. Death by Chocolate! Damn.