Over the years of watching cinema, we have all experienced something so shocking, so horrifying that it has stuck with us long after the fact, permanently burnt into our memories. Whether it was a scary movie seen at far too young of an age or something so visually intense that was mentally overwhelming, we have

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Etheria Film Festival 2021 Cover Photo

The Etheria Film Festival, or Etheria Film Night, is an annual film festival to showcase the latest short films by female directors. The first Festival was founded in 2014 by Heidi Honeycutt, Stacy Pippi Hammon, and Kayley Viteo. It has been held in California ever since. The festival features films from several different genres including

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LGBTQIA Horror Films Best Of List for Pride

Here at the Grimoire of Horror, we would like to celebrate Pride Month with some curated selections including LGBTQIA+ characters. As a genre that has always appealed to the underdogs, outsiders, and misfits, horror has been a place where we can get our revenge; whether that’s visibility, killing the prom queen, or going on a

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Best cult musicals horror

The musical, as a genre, does not vibe to everyone’s tastes. While the generic and predictable musicals that make up a lot of Disney’s animated world stay prevalent, Hollywood has long since given up on the genre with only the odd project steeped in nostalgia making it into award season. That said, the genre has

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Best Fog and Mist in Horror

What exactly is fog and mist you may ask? Certainly we see it, but can we really touch it? I am not sure, but Dictionary.com defines fog as a cloudlike mass or layer of minute water droplets or ice crystals near the surface of the earth, appreciably reducing visibility. Mist,  on the other hand, is

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Junji Ito has been writing horror since 1987. Nowhere near finished, he has several more tomes set for release this year. Often called the Stephen King of Japan, his works are atmospheric, detailed, and full of horror both physical and psychological. Here at The Grimoire of Horror, we have curated our top choices from his

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Black History month may end with February in the United States, but your awareness and exploration of black history and contribution shouldn’t end there! In this four part series we will be compiling a survey of past, present, and future horror cinema written, directed, and acted by black artists that will give you content to

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