Saturday, December 24, 2016

Top 10 Scariest Christmas Horror Movies

Hi there and Merry Christmas!!! Thought I'd spread some Holiday cheer and do it with style.

Here are 10 of the scariest Christmas themed horror movies of all time. Enjoy!!!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Freaky Clown Sightings | Debunked

Are you afraid of or scared of clowns??? I'm not and I don't get the big deal but I do know those who do. Let's have Reign Bot Horror explain what she thinks about these freaky clowns.

5 Horrifying Unexplainable Audio Recordings

Noooo! Scary recordings. At night? Check please!

Saturday, September 10, 2016

10 Weirdest Moments From The Pages Of Marvel Comics

Easing my way back to this blog... here is a look at the weirdest storylines in Marvel comics.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

6 Sideshow Freak With Dark Pasts

Do you like sideshow freaks??? Here is a video on the ones with a dark past.


Monday, July 25, 2016

Saturday, June 11, 2016

5 Simpsons Predictions Yet To Come TRUE!

So The Simpsons have predicted the future in the past. Well here are 5 predictions that the Simpsons have made and came true.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

True Ghost Stories f. Bryan Alvarez - Mom Says Hello

This is a true story about my mom's ghost. Yes ut really did happen. I emailed Bryan Alvarez of Wrrestling Observer Radio and he read it on his paranormal show After Dark Radio.

Now it is on YouTube for all to see and hear.


12 Appearances of Satan in Kids' Shows

Holy cow!! There have been a lot of references or straight up are suggestions of a devil in Kids TV Shows. This is crazy. I guess this is why I always thought of the Devil as just a cartoonish character in like folklore such as Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny. But no the DEvil is here and he's in your cartoons too.


Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Top 15 Scariest YouTube Videos [With Links] (#2)

Do you like scary shit??? Of course you do. Who doesn't? So let's see what YouTube has in store for you!!! ENJOY!

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Top 15 Scary Paranormal Activity Caught On Tape

Very scary!!! Ever messed with the Ouija board??? Or any thing else? This is some shit that might happen. And it's been caught on tape. Enjoy!!!

Thursday, May 12, 2016

5 EERIE Exorcisms Caught On Tape!

Hey all you evil minded people... Do you like demon possessions??? Then you'll love this video. It's not as intense as I thought but it's interesting anyways.

Monday, May 9, 2016

5 WORST Cases of MISTAKEN Identity!

Have you ever been mistaken for someone else? And has had awful things done to you because of it? This video might make you feel at home.


Saturday, May 7, 2016

System Of A Down - Toxicity (Full Album) with lyrics

Hey! What's one of my favorite albums of all time??? It's got to be System Of A Down's Toxicity from 2001. It's a heavy album with cool political and social lyrics.


Slenderman Roundup

Hello peeps.

Are you entertained by CreepyPastas?? Well have a look into the world of Slenderman. And apparently how Slenderman has come from it's beginnings as a small tale to a social media phenominom.

Enjoy the read!!!


David Weatherly: Slenderman Roundup: Slender Man, the Internet meme originally created during a contest on the Something Awful forums, continues to creep his way into various as...

Friday, May 6, 2016

Thursday, April 28, 2016

8 Crazy & Horrifying Videos Caught On GoPro

Here's a great video for those with appetites for the disturbing and scary. Crazy videos caught on webcam or is it GoPro. Well let's get to it!!!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

5 Most Chilling & Scariest Pieces of Paranormal Evidence Ever Documented

I'm back and here are more videos about paranormal activity. This one is chilling and scary so beware and don't watch alone in the fucking dark ok??

Thursday, April 14, 2016


What are the most well known and scary Mexican Urban Legends??? Let's find out shall we???

Yes I know I haven't posted here regularly but I intend to keep this blog up and post more soon. Thank you!!!

Monday, March 14, 2016

Never Sleep Again!! (The Elm Street Legacy)

In my own personal opinion, A Nightmare On Elm Street is the greatest horror movie franchise of all time. It scared me as a kid (yes my mom and dad let a 5 year old watch these), and it fascinates me as an adult. Good shit.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Saturday, March 5, 2016

10 Unexplained Paranormal Events

For those in need of some weird shit, here are some paranormal events.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Friday, February 26, 2016

10 Magic Tricks That Went Horribly WRONG!

Let's get into some dark shit. Magic tricks that resulted in some serious shit!

Original GHOST pictures real 1

I know I just posted videos of ghost pics already but this is 100 of them. Enjoy cause it's Freaky Friday!!!

10 Chilling Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be TRUE

Here is some freaky shit. You like this stuff? Well so do I. It's Freaky Friday!!!

TV Reviews??? Will I Do Them?

Ok just wanted to say that I want to do some TV reviews but instead of making a totally new and separate blog I thought I'd just post them here. Good idea? Well I'm doing it anyways.

My first review will be on the Full House revival, Fuller House. I used to watch Full House as a kid and as I grew older I ended up hating it because it was just too corny. Now that there is a revival or reunion or whatever you want to call it, I thought I'd write about it.

First I have to watch at least the first episode. I'm gonna give you my thoughts, the good, the bad, and hopefully for contents sake, the downright fucking awful.

Hopefully I'll be doing more reviews on certain shows and episodes of certain shows and this may or may nmot become an on going thing. If I hate doing these I will stop. But if it  catches on and I like doing these I will definitely do a whole lot more.

Thank you and God bless and also Stay Tuned (remember that movie with John Ritter?).


Thursday, February 25, 2016

Top 20 Unintentionally Disturbing Kids' Characters From Around The World

Oh my! These characters are sure to give any child nightmares for weeks. Well let's see who they are shall we?


I think I may have posted these already but maybe I didn't. Who knows? Well if I did I guess I'm going into reruns now. Just kidding. I'll try not to do that. Anyways...CREEPY SHIT!


Ghosts, ghosts, and more ghosts. Here are some ghost photos supposedly real.

Top 15 Most SCARY Things Caught On Video

One thing I truly love is creepy or scary shit. I'm about to watch this video but I am posting it before I watch it. So I haven't the slightest clue what's on here. Might be something I've seen before or it might not but let's find out if there is some scary shit here.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

30 Most Shocking Videos Ever Caught On Camera

More weird, fucked up, and strange videos EVER!!!

Top 10 Mysterious And Unexplained Videos

This is some weird shit but by now nothing really surprises me anymore. But check this out and be amazed or scared out of your wits with these creepy ass videos.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

4 Scariest Found Footage / Lost Tape "REAL!"

Here are 4 lost tape footage that is supposedly really scary but IDK. Check it out for yourself.


Wanna learn about the Bunnyman?? Here is a summary of the legend.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Sunday, February 14, 2016

5 Terrifying Videos Of Ghosts Caught On CCTV

Ghost videos are kinda my thing but I'm guessing I've seen these before so I've posted this before I watch so.... maybe you've seen them and maybe you haven't. Let's see.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Top 10 Live Bands of All Time

Who are the top 10 live bands of all time? Let's watch this video and find out.

Catherine Wheel - Ferment (Full Album)

One of the best of the 90's for sure. Catherine Wheel was a different band and this album shows how they stood out from the Alternative crowd. Let's listen to Ferment.

Top 15 Disturbing Photos With Terrifying Backstories

Here are some freaky shit going on in the world. Don't say I didn't warn you.

Friday, February 12, 2016

A Moment Of Clarity - A Therapy? Cover by Extreme Vampyr

This is a cover of Therapy?'s A Moment Of Clarity ... I thought it would come out better but.... oh well

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Monday, February 8, 2016

Paranormal Videos - Volume One

Paranormal Videos - Volume One

Sorry gonna have to click the link for this one. Let's go!

Top 10 Heavy Metal Anthems

Heavy Metal Anthems? What song comes to mind. I hear Iron Man by Black Sabbath in my head. How about you?

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Real Scary Ghost Pictures Best Ever "Part 2"

Here is the second part. Still creepy.

Real Scary Ghost Pictures "BEST EVER"

Yikes!!! Here are some chilling photos of ghosts that are amazingly creepy. Take a look for yourself. And watch during the day cuz I am and it still creeps me out. Rock on!!!

Top 10 Hell Songs

Do you like songs about...HELL?? Then this list is for you. Mostly heavy metal songs (yay!) Enjoy!

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

14 Diseases That Science STILL Can't Explain

These are very strange and I have indeed experienced Exploding Head Syndrome but until recently thought it was just someone slamming a door or something. Anyway very creepy.

5 Supposedly CURSED YouTube Videos!

Ok. this one is creepy as hell just for the title alone and for the thumbnail used. Yes I know it's a scene from the simpsons but still. Anyways I'm afraid I'll be cursed watching this video but... ahhhh, Fuck it!!

Top 10 Real Ghosts Caught on Tape The Scariest and Most Convincing!

This one gave me the chills even though about half I've seen before. The other half I haven't and that means I haven't posted them yet so...Enjoy ghost addicts!

Top 10 Horror Movie Opening Scenes

Are you a horror movie fan? Or just a fan of horror in general? See if you remember these horror movies with the best opening scenes. This is what you see first to get the blood flowing (no pun intended).

Top 15 Disturbing Things On The Deep Web

The Deep Web can be a pretty fucked up place for people to get their utter most darkest fantasies. I stay away from that shit. Why? Well here see for yourself what is in this disturbing place on the internet.

5 Really Creepy Unexplained Mysteries - Vol. 2

Here are more unexplained mysteries. See what you think of them.

5 Mysterious & Unexplained Photos Unexplained Mysteries

These are some of the most unexplained photos of all time. You most likely seen these before but it doesn't get less amazing each time... or does it? IDK.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Creepiest Things Caught on Tape || Unexplained!! ||

Ok let's see what we have in this video. I don't know if it's creepy as fuck or just lame but check it out for yourself.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Nirvana - Nevermind (Full Album, 1991)

It's time to add a classic rock album of all time to this music section of this blog. It's Nirvana's biggest seller, Nevermind. An awesome album with every song a classic. ENJOY!!!

Friday, January 22, 2016

Gore! Porno! Metal!

I'm not surprised that this is a thing but still... it's just really fucking weird... but weird is good right?

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Scariest Deaths That'll Keep You Up at Night | SERIOUSLY STRANGE

Let's see what scares you at night... Elisa Lam is in this video. That STILL to this day TRIPS me out. Scary, scary shit.

5 Unexplained Creatures Caught On Camera Unexplained Mysteries

Have you heard of any of these... I may have known of about 3 of them. Check this out for yourself.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Glenn Frey Of The Eagles Dies

Glenn Frey, a founding member and guitarist of the Eagles, has died ... TMZ has learned.
We're told the cause of death was a combination of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia.

Frey had been battling intestinal issues for months and had surgery in November. We're told in the last few days his condition took a turn for the worse. He died in New York City.

Glenn co-wrote and sang on most of the Eagles hits, including "Take It Easy," "Tequila Sunrise," "Lyin' Eyes," and "Heartache Tonight," to name a few. He also co-wrote "Hotel California" and "Desperado" with Don Henley and took home 6 Grammys with the band.

After the Eagles' 1980 breakup, Glenn launched a successful solo career, recording numerous hits ... most notably "The Heat Is On" and "You Belong to the City."

Glenn also got into acting, snagging a recurring role on "Miami Vice."
He reunited with the Eagles in '94 for their monster Hell Freezes Over tour and recorded music till the end, releasing what would be his fifth and final solo LP, "After Hours," in 2012.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer had been fighting intestinal issues for awhile but his condition relapsed before the holidays, forcing the Eagles to pull out of their Kennedy Center Honors appearance in December. At the time, the band said he needed major surgery that would require a lengthy recovery.

Don Henley said, "He was like a brother to me; we were family, and like most families, there was some dysfunction. But the bond we forged 45 years ago was never broken. He added ... "We built something that has lasted longer than anyone could have dreamed. But Glenn was the one who started it all."

Glenn was 67. RIP.

Top 15 Scariest Things Caught On Surveillance Footage

This really creeped me out ... even though I've seen most of them dozens of times. And maybe why it was so scary was because I was "heavily medicated" at the time.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Alan Rickman Dies At Age 69

(CNN) - Alan Rickman, the British actor with the unforgettable voice who played the brooding Professor Severus Snape in the "Harry Potter" films as well as "Die Hard" villain Hans Gruber, died Thursday after a short battle with cancer, according to his representatives at Independent Talent Group.
He was 69.
    "There are no words to express how shocked and devastated I am to hear of Alan Rickman's death," "Potter" author J.K. Rowling tweeted Thursday.
    Fans had lost "a great talent," she said, and his family "have lost a part of their hearts."
    Daniel Radcliffe, who played Harry Potter in the films, posted a statement on Google+ calling Rickman "one of the greatest actors I will ever work with" and one of the nicest, as well.
    "Alan was extremely kind, generous, self-deprecating and funny," Radcliffe wrote. "And certain things obviously became even funnier when delivered in his unmistakable double-bass."
    Alan Rickman

    A smooth-voiced London native, Rickman worked on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in UK television projects before earning his first film role as German terrorist Gruber, opposite Bruce Willis' John McClane, in 1988's "Die Hard."
    He had been in Hollywood only two days, but he almost didn't take the role.
    "I read it, and I said, 'What the hell is this? I'm not doing an action movie,' " he recounted in a 2015 interview with the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
    It ended up being one of the most memorably villainous roles in film history.
    In the 2015 interview, Rickman recounted that he helped shape the role, despite being a novice film actor hired because he would work cheap.
    After being fitted to wear a militaristic outfit as leader of a band of terrorists, Rickman suggested that perhaps Gruber could wear a suit, affect an American accent and pretend to be a civilian trapped in the building for a scene with Willis' cop character.
    He said he was told, "You'll wear what you're told."
    "But then I came back, and they handed me the new script" that included the revisions.
    "So you know, it just pays to occasionally use a little bit of theater training when you're doing a movie."
    Despite acclaim for his portrayal of Gruber and performances in movies such as "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," "Truly Madly Deeply" and "Sense and Sensibility," Rickman was never nominated for an Oscar.
    He did win a BAFTA Award for supporting actor in "Robin Hood" and was nominated three other times, including for "Truly Madly Deeply," in 1990, and "Sense and Sensibility" in 1995.
    He also won a Golden Globe in 1997 for best actor in the HBO biopic "Rasputin."
    Although he carried on a lifelong love affair with stage acting, Rickman is probably best known to younger filmgoers as Snape, the antagonistic and bullying wizard who, in the end, plays a crucial role in the Potter saga.
    He took the role in 2001's "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" without knowing much about the character.
    "People thought I knew a lot, and I didn't," he said. "When I was asked to do it, there were only three books written."
    But he did have a clue, he said in a 2011 thank-you letter to Rowling at the conclusion of the film series, which saw stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint grow up on screen.
    "Three children have become adults since a phone call with Jo Rowling, containing one small clue, persuaded me that there was more to Snape than an unchanging costume, and that even though only three of the books were out at that time, she held the entire massive but delicate narrative in the surest of hands."
    That knowledge helped shape his portrayal of the character, he told the Los Angeles Times in 2011.
    "It was a punctuation mark in my life every year, because I would be doing other things but always come back to that, and I was always aware of my place in the story even as others around me were not," Rickman told the newspaper.
    His presence was invaluable, "Potter" producer David Heyman told the Los Angeles Times.
    "He had a real understanding of the character, and now looking back, you can see there was always more going on there -- a look, an expression, a sentiment -- that hint at what is to come," Heyman said. "The shadow that he casts in these films is a huge one, and the emotion he conveys is immeasurable."

    Acting was 'an inevitability'

    Rickman was born in 1946 to a working-class West London family. Despite an early interest in acting, he studied graphic design in college and owned a design business with friends after graduating.
    In 1971, at the age of 25, he applied to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, one of the oldest acting schools in England.
    "There was an inevitability about my being an actor since about the age of 7, but there were other roads that had to be traveled first," quoted him as saying.
    In 1978, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, followed by roles in British television and theater.
    In 1985, he won the role of Le Vicomte de Valmont in the stage version of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," his first major villain -- and the breakthrough role for which he was nominated for a Tony Award in 1988.
    Later that year, he went to Hollywood to try his hand at film acting. Despite not knowing much about the film business, he was offered the "Die Hard" role immediately.
    "I'd never made a film before, but I was extremely cheap," he said in the BAFTA interview.
    And despite almost rejecting "Die Hard," he said, the progressive storyline won him over.
    "Every single black character in that film is positive and highly intelligent," he said. "So, 28 years ago, that's quite revolutionary, and quietly so."
    Playing Gruber gave rise to the notion of Rickman as master of villainous roles, one at which he often bristled.
    "I don't see them any of them as one word," Rickman said of his roles in 2011. "It doesn't matter what I'm playing, it's not one word, and I think any actor would say the same."
    Not all of his roles were heavy or dark, of course. In 1999's campy "Galaxy Quest," a heavily made-up Rickman played a classically trained actor named Sir Alexander Dane. In the movie, Dane was a washed-up science-fiction actor whose character had a trademark expression, "by Grabthar's hammer!"
    The exclamation was trending Thursday on Twitter in tribute to Rickman.

    'A rare and unique human being'

    As news of Rickman's death spread, so did the tributes.
    "I'm very sad to hear about Alan today," "Harry Potter" star Emma Watson tweeted. "I feel so lucky to have worked and spent time with such a special man and actor. I'll really miss our conversations."
    Jason Isaacs, who played Lucius Malfoy in the "Potter" films, tweeted, "Heartbreaking news about lovely Alan. Nobody else could be as hilarious, tragic, terrifying & truthful all at the same time."
    British actor Stephen Fry called the news of Rickman's death "desperately sad."
    "A man of such talent, wicked charm and stunning screen and stage presence," Fry wrote. "He'll be sorely missed."
    "He was generous with his time, his insight, his money, his experience, not only to RADA students but to young actors and theatre makers across the spectrum," he said in a statement. "He will be much missed."
    Actress Emma Thompson, who appeared with Rickman in "Judas Kiss," "Love Actually," "Sense and Sensibility" and three of the Harry Potter films, issued a moving statement mourning his death, according to numerous media outlets.
    "Alan was my friend and so this is hard to write because I have just kissed him goodbye," she wrote.
    "What I remember most in this moment of painful leave-taking is his humour, intelligence, wisdom, and kindness," Thompson said in the statement. "His capacity to fell you with a look or lift you with a word.
    "He was, above all things, a rare and unique human being and we shall not see his like again," she said.
    Rickman is survived by his wife, Rima Horton, whom he met when they were teenagers. The couple had no children.
    His fans still have a few new things to look forward to.
    His film "Eye in the Sky," about drone warfare in Kenya, is set for March release. He also did voice work for the upcoming "Alice Through the Looking Glass."

    The Greatest Pieces of Ghost Footage From Paranormal Investigations

    More ghost footage... some we may have seen before but its just another look at what's going on.

    Tuesday, January 12, 2016

    David Bowie Dies At Age 69

    (CNN) - David Bowie, whose incomparable sound and chameleon-like ability to reinvent himself made him a pop music fixture for more than four decades, has died. He was 69.

    Bowie died Sunday after an 18-month battle with cancer, his publicist Steve Martin told CNN.
    "David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer," said a statement posted on his official social media accounts. "While many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family's privacy during their time of grief."
    Neither his publicist nor the statement elaborated on what type of cancer the singer had.
    Bowie's death has been the regular subject of Internet hoaxes for the last several years. So the news came as a shock to fans and industry insiders when it was confirmed.
    "Very sorry and sad to say it's true. I'll be offline for a while. Love to all," his son, "Moon" film director Duncan Jones, tweeted.

    Marriage of music and fashion

    From a mop-topped unknown named David Jones, to his space-alien alter ego "Ziggy Stardust," to his dapper departure as the soul-influenced Thin White Duke, Bowie married music and fashion in a way few artists have been able to master.
    He was theatrical, he was flamboyant, he was without parallel in his showmanship.
    His albums, especially after his 1972 breakthrough "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars," were treated as events. His songs, including "Changes," "Fame," "Heroes" and "Modern Love," were anthemic hits, played constantly on the radio and inspiring generations of musicians.
    With a voice that soared from a baritone to a falsetto, he spoke of carrying on against the odds. Of the terror in knowing what the world is about. Of turning and facing the strange.
    His songs were a salve for the alienated and the misfits of the world.

    That in a nutshell was Bowie: There was hardly a musical style he didn't dabble in -- and indelibly leave his mark upon.
    Since his breakthrough with "Ziggy Stardust," Bowie's reach was eclectic: glam rock, prog rock, pop rock, electronic rock.
    And the results? Electric. To the tune of more than 130 million records sold. The album titles, including "Aladdin Sane," "Station to Station" and "Scary Monsters," are familiar to any music fan.
    Though he didn't have his first No. 1 single in the United States until "Fame" in 1975, he'd already been making a mark with heavily played singles, including "Space Oddity," "Changes," "Suffragette City," "Rebel Rebel" and his first Top 40 hit, 1975's "Young Americans."
    After that, he was almost as present on the singles charts as the album charts, with hits such as "Golden Years," "Under Pressure" (with Queen), "Let's Dance" (another No. 1), "Blue Jean" and "Never Let Me Down."
    "David Bowie was one of my most important inspirations, so fearless, so creative, he gave us magic for a lifetime," tweeted rapper Kanye West, as news of Bowie's death made the rounds.

    Changing looks

    He was born David Jones, to a waitress and a nightclub owner in South London on January 8, 1947.
    Though he began his musical life with his birth name, riding the mod wave of the mid-1960s, he changed to "Bowie" to avoid confusion with Davy Jones, the lead singer of the Monkees, who was enjoying serious pop success at the time.
    That reinvention was the first of many. And his timing was often impeccable.
    He released his song about a doomed astronaut, "Space Oddity," just days before the 1969 moon landing.
    Four years later he killed off his most famous creation, the other-worldly "Ziggy Stardust," just at the point where it threatened to overwhelm him.
    He soon transformed into the Thin White Duke, a cocksure but coked-out mad aristrocrat. While Ziggy was all arena rock, the Duke was chilled soul. While Ziggy gave him "Space Oddity," the Duke gave him yet another timeless classic, "Fame," a song co-written with John Lennon, one of his many admirers.
    Such speedy changes could catch his fans off guard.
    "I went to the 'Diamond Dogs' show (in June 1974) expecting something like Ziggy Stardust," fan John Neilson told NPR in 2014. "And then in October I expected to see something like 'Diamond Dogs,' and it was the soul revue. It might as well have been a completely different artist."
    Bowie was as much observer as observed. In a 1974 interview with Dick Cavett, he said he started carrying a cane when he noticed his fans doing so.
    "He was chameleon in many ways, as we know," stage and film producer Robert Fox told CNN's Christiane Amanpour. "But he could become a very ordinary-looking man. And sometimes I'd meet him in New York at a café, and people wouldn't recognize him. And they'd be sitting three feet from him. He could just -- he could fit in."

    Saturday, January 9, 2016

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    Saturday, January 2, 2016

    Top 10 Horror Themed Music Videos

    Ever seen any of these music videos?? I might have seen like half but the ones I have are exdellent tripped out videos. Enjoy the horror of music.

    Friday, January 1, 2016

    Top 10 Real Paranormal Videos Caught On Camera

    Happy New Year and what away to start off the new year? But with some more paranormal videos. Enjoy!!! I know I won't.