Night Shoot by David Sodergren

Desperate students take desperate measures to finish their film project before their time is up, a rare opportunity to shoot in Crawford Manor impossible to ignore. Sneaking their way in to the maze-like halls, they attempt an overnight stay to soak up the atmosphere and hopefully make significant progress, yet the secrets of the manor begin to stir in the dark. Losing their lead actress is the least of their problems when hideous figures make themselves known, survival soon becoming the priority.

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5 Horror Book Villains I Loved

It can be just as thrilling to love a villain just as much as any character, whether they’re human or inhuman. Antagonists can be impressively clever, creative, and can undeniably add to the fight for survival for their poor, unsuspecting victims! Here’s five I really wouldn’t want to meet, they certainly left a memorable impression.

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10 Horror Books You May Not Know About

There’s a lot of books that go under the radar, especially self-published or small indie press, despite their standards, as well as their storytelling, being just as good as the more popular titles that line the shelves of stores. It’s a real shame, so I’d like to bring attention to works I enjoyed that don’t seem to have a lot of recognition and reviews in general.

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