Readers Beware: You’re in for My List of Scary Classic Kids’ Horror Books
It feels blasphemous to write about children’s horror without uttering the word “Goosebumps” or naming him—the R.L. Stine. But before you brandish your pitchforks, allow me to say this: I was a Goosebumps kid right down to my sinew and bones, honest!
I was part of the Goosebumps Collectors Club.
The Night Worms review team is apparently really into H.H. Holmes. We had another book party and this time we got down with The Devil’s City by Sara Tantlinger and Matthew Corley. Overall, it seems like we all liked it. But here is what we all REALLY LIKED: It is part of a 5E RPG universe. The authors have a kickstarter going to help fund their sourcebook for this game. It has some killer artwork and I, for one, am going to play it. To quote their kickstarter site,
“Within this Kickstarter you’ll find...
Inside every package, Night Worms got a printed list of Paul Tremblay's classic horror movie recommendations. Here is the list with the expanded commentary.
Favorite Horror Classics
I was instructed to stick to a 1970-1990 range, but what the heck, let’s break the rules a little bit, and pretend that 1970 is a permeable barrier. The following movies have all left indelible marks on me. Most of them, I would argue, are excellent films, while a smattering are not, but were enough to scare the kid-me. That kid was easy to scare. The adult version is kind...
“Give us that old-time religion”
What a story!
DEVIL’S CREEK follows the events that unfolded outside of Stauford, Kentucky in 1983. Involving a cult, Lord’s Church of Holy Voices, led by Father Jacob, and the effects it would have on the town and its occupants years later.
Father Jacob believes Christians have been following a false God after he hears a...