There's something much scarier about knowing you're watching horror movies based on true stories and books. Here are the most terrifying to read and watch.
Take a first listen to Flight or Fright, an anthology of tales about everything that can go wrong on an airplane, with stories from Joe Hill, Stephen King, and more.
Who says you can only read witchy books one time of the year? We certainly don't. Dig into these 25 great YA books about witches all year long.
Which Stephen King book should you read first? With nearly 100 books to his name, the task of choosing one to read can be daunting. This quiz can help.
If you live, eat, and breathe horror, the thought of carrying scary stories apps with you everywhere probably sounds like a dream (or nightmare) come true.
#MURDERTRENDING tells the tale of a not-so-distant future where a debauched reality TV star President has turned encarceration into a battle to the death.
Psychological horror books are not mysteries or whodunnits. They inspire fear through suggestion, paranoia, and implication. These are the most terrifying.
I went back to the text to see how relevant Mary Shelley's classic is today, and pulled these 40 Frankenstein quotes to show how truly great this class novel is.