The thrill of a good horror movie is feeling immersed in the intensity of a dangerous situation, all the while knowing that it’s all just a work of fiction. But what happens when that rush of cinematic fear is prefaced with “based on a true story?” You no longer have the comfort of calming your nerves with “it’s all just make-believe.” For movie studios, the hype that surrounds a horror film that claims to be based on a true story results in box office gold.
We assert that there are few things creepier than malevolent playthings and that killer dolls are not to be trusted. So it is with a measure of caution that we bring to you our selections for ten of the creepiest dolls in cinema.
Though we wholeheartedly enjoy a good haunted house film, we would be more than a little reluctant to spend the night in any of these famous movie homes.
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Campbell has been penning quiet, devastating horror stories since the mid-1960s, and this new collection proves he still knows how to unsettle readers on a primal level.
Last week, the website VICE partnered up with James Wan's box office hit The Conjuring for a fun little experiment, titled The 3:07 AM Project. Four budding masters were given the chance to make short films for the project, with the only rule being that they must take place at the time of 3:07am.
This one is short but sweet. In promotion of The Conjuring in Australia, the folks at Roadshow Films set up a fun prank for folks passing by a The Conjuring poster down a dark alley.
The talented team Paper Cuts have created an awesome DIY paper cut-out version of the trailer for James Wan's upcoming horror film. Take a look!
We never seem to get sick of haunted house movies, do we?