“The Empty Man is a supernatural horror film based on a popular series of Boom! Studios graphic novels. After a group of teens from a small Midwestern town begin to mysteriously disappear, the locals believe it is the work of an urban legend known as The Empty Man. As a retired cop investigates and struggles […]

As a gamer, it took me a long time to get around to playing any visual novels. With the assumption that all visual novels were redundant dating sims, I avoided playing any until it was suggested I play Doki Doki Literature Club. After this, I realised that these games can be an excellent way to […]

Best stories of Junji Ito

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 […]

Since his conception, Slender Man has been a popular figure among creepypasta consumers, including myself. Strangely enough, there doesn’t seem to be any big name novels out there that actually capitalized on the Slender Man boom until recently. Enter “Slender Man”, an apparently anonymously written novel I recently read. WHAT IS IT? Written anonymously (though […]

The Deep Nick Cutter Review

To me, there’s nothing scarier than big bodies of water and what lies beneath. Naturally, this gives author Nick Cutter’s book, “The Deep”, an advantage in scaring my pants off. Let’s talk about it. WHAT IS IT? Written by Nick Cutter and first published in 2015, The Deep is a horror novel about Luke, a veterinarian, […]

Hello spookies! Today I’m going to review Hellstar Remina from VIZ. You can purchase it at Amazon. I get no kickbacks from links, but I want to encourage people to get published copies of the works I discuss so that way we can get more content. I’m really hoping that Viz will release Mimi’s Ghost Stories by […]

  Hello, my children of the night. This is Eden, here to present you with an examination into something near and dear to my heart: The masterfully sown horror of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s seminal television series, Twin Peaks.   When looking at the vast array of choices from the catalogue of horror media, […]

Greetings, all. Eden is here to deliver you a reading recommendation. A labor of love illustrated and conceived of by Russell Smeaton, Residents of Innsmouth is a collection of poems and short stories exploring the denizens of the accursed town conceived of by the horror visionary H. P. Lovecraft. When looking at the original Shadow […]

Hi, Joseph here, and today I’m going to talk about videogame horror, and why it’s an entirely separate (and arguably superior) medium. If you told a much younger Joseph that, one day, he would be playing a game where a giant hideous extra-terrestrial being would chase him down and impale him through the stomach, he […]