Tamara (2005) & The Devil as a Young Woman

Tamara (2006) is a movie I remember vividly on the racks at Hastings-I was about 11 or 12 and very interested in horror. The reason, I think, is because horror is a landscape for the imagination. Every kid loves fairytales-the more gruesome, the better; horror is an extension of that imaginative playground. Literally anything could... Continue Reading →

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The Folkloresque in The Ritual (2017)

The Folkloresque as a Concept I love the folkloresque; this is when a movie or tv show/book, etc. uses a tale that feels like folklore but isn't based in anything that exists in folklore. It's a storytelling element using folklore examples to be creative and bring in a story/aspects of a story that have no... Continue Reading →

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Other Types of Possessing Spirits

Most negative supernatural spirits are not demons. Demons are actually pretty rare, though infestations do happen. Many people who claim experiences of possessions are not experiencing the demonic, either. Here are a list of other types of spirits to compare your experience with; if you're convinced it's still a demon, visit my classification systems to... Continue Reading →

Mystery Houses of Horror

We as humans love the idea of an evil house, though in actuality, the only thing that could be evil between the mortar, brick, and glass is the people (or spirits) inside it. It's thought that spaces hold energy from what happened within its walls: a happy home stays that way while an unhappy one... Continue Reading →

Crystal Skulls and Extraterrestrials

Various Native American legends speak of 13 crystal skulls with important information to impart/size of human skulls; these skulls being brought together are thought to be a great event in mankind so that we understand the past and the future. These skulls are carved from quartz crystals, unknown when they were carved; most are Mesoamerican... Continue Reading →

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