Fear

When Things Frightful Came to Visit

What are the things that keep you up at night? Those things when you close your eyes, you are filled with fright? You know, those things when you rest your weary head, And all of a sudden you are filled with dread. The things that the darkness of night make seem all the more real,

Dearest Corona, Purveyor of Fear

You may be a virus, But you are spreading fear, Far and near, To the youngest and oldest among us. We now walk around afraid to breathe, We’ve been stripped away of things that bring us delight, Everywhere we go there is the feeling of fright, The world looks like a scary dream. Yes, you

Confessions of a Scaredy Cat

Fear is a big part of childhood for a lot of reasons. For one thing, you’re physically small at that age, so your surroundings naturally seem more imposing. Beyond that, you lack knowledge of how the world around you truly works, so you have more difficulty distinguishing between what’s real and what’s imaginary. That weird

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Embracing the Terror: What Was Once My Nightmare, Is Now My Passion

At some point in our lives most of us were terrified of horror films. Somehow though, we still got to the point of near obsession where we can’t stop consuming what used to destroy us. How does this come to be? I don’t think I can answer for you guys but I can distinctly remember

JAWS

This article is a long, long, long time coming now. JAWS (1975) is one of my all-time favorite films, but more so, has left a deep psychological mark on me. I first saw JAWS at a very young age and it almost immediately drove a fascination and fear of sharks into me that would last