Thanksgiving's looming, Christmas is on the horizon, but are you missing all the horror and spookiness that Halloween has to offer? You know what I'm talking about. It's the one time of the year when it's okay to embrace our creepiness to the fullest. No judgments.
Are you missing that?
Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video, make binge watching so easy, don't they? Here's our picks from each for the spookiest series to binge this Halloween. (Or anytime you're craving something scary to lose yourself in.)
Are any of your favorites on the list too? Any that are new
According to our Weird Holidays & Observances Calendar, October 11 is National Face Your Fears Day. (And also Octopus Myths & Legends Day. Not sure if there's such a thing as a fear of octopus --likely-- but if there is and you suffer from it, today is the day to
If you suffer from Triskaidekaphobia (the fear of the number 13), or even more specificly, Paraskevidekatriaphobia or Friggatriskaidekaphobia (fear of Friday the 13th), this post is not for you.
However, if you love Friday the 13th (I don't know what that's called), then this post is for you.
Here's 13 places to enjoy
If you like Stephen King books, and have for a while, you're probably familiar with Gerald's Game. It's a little bit sexier than most of his work, but don't let that edginess fool ya. It's still dark, distributing and laced with just the right amount of eeriness.
The first time I
I'm not exactly sure what Curious Events Day is. Who created it? What curious events does the day pay tribute to? What are the greatest curious events that have ever happened? How would you even classify such a thing? Could you?
I don't know.
All I know for certain is that Curious
Have you seen It? I saw it opening weekend, but decided to mull it over for a while before I wrote my review. I needed time to digest it, I guess.
First of all, if you've seen It, please let me know your thoughts below. I'm curious to know what you