If you are like myself, you have watched a movie like The Thing and wondered what it would be like to be the amorphous parasite, sneaking from room to room only to unleash your fury on an unsuspecting lab worker. While we may never get the chance to roam the North American research station in […]Read More Carrion – Game Review
Guest Op-Ed by Alyanna Poe about the passion of writing horror.Read More Finding the Passion Behind Writing Horror
Another trip back to Claybrook County. A.A. Medina’s newest novella is bleak, beautiful, and soul crushingly good.Read More Book Preview: Where Dragonflies Dance by A.A. Medina
When I saw the trailer for Blasphemous the first time, I was immediately ecstatic. The kickstarter game offers an outstanding atmosphere, steeped in religious iconography and an eerie dread, all taking place in a world known as Cvstodia. You play as a knight(templar?) known as The Penitent One, who is set on a quest to […]Read More Blasphemous (2019) Review
Don’t go spillin yer beans…Read More There Is Enchantment In The Light
Jonathan G Rosa reviews the psychological and intriguiing mangas, Domu and Akira.Read More Domu & Akira: A Psychic Journey
Our Podcast Series!Read More Features of Fright Podcast
A cryptic log of emails and audio files from the research department at Maritaud InstituteRead More What Was Raúl Dreaming?
FoF sits down with actor Frantz G Saint Louis Jr to talk his short film, Murder Ballad.Read More 31 Nights of Fright: An Interview with actor Frantz G. Saint Louis Jr.
31 Nights of Fright creator interview time! Today it’s Rock Capuano, of MANOR Entertainment!Read More 31 Nights of Fright: An Interview with Rock Capuano, of MANOR Entertainment