Tag Archive: horror

Lily Loves Billy (A Poem by AJ O’Brien & Rose Perez)

Title Card by –FlyTrapMan–   Night, come the night they stalk the land, a man and a woman searching, hand in hand. Each are in need of their daily bread, to kill a… Continue reading

The Things He Saw

  They thought him charming, but they didn’t know, the things he saw in his head.   (Photo from freeimages.com)   Book Trailer by –FlyTrapMan–

Once You Go Dark…

Book Trailer by FlyTrapMan   –A FEW WORDS FROM FLYTRAPMAN — Invisible darkness swirls between the stars. Galactic tendrils grasp upon nebulous evil hands—forever binding humanity inside a black sea of unknown. Something… Continue reading

50 Word Story – The Spider Tree

Photo by –FlyTrapMan–   The spider tree hunkered down; waiting. Squirrels looked away when footsteps on the forest floor signaled a prey. With chainsaw ready to tear down wood, the lumberjack was its… Continue reading

Dead Things: A Friendly Favor

  Adrift He charged; mouth open. Teeth and nails prepared to tear. No recognition.   Above is Dead Things Episode 2, an exhilarating horror film by the multi-talented, Matt W. Childs (FlyTrapMan). ☠… Continue reading

50 Word Story: Warm Soup & Cold Company

  A pot of potato soup warms on the stove. They eat in silence but keep eye contact. He reaches for her hand. She struggles not to cry. Pounding and breaking of glass… Continue reading

Dead Things From Beyond the Grave

  Ravenous Hunger in his soul festers beyond his control – lost in the shadows.   ✨✨✨ Above is a brilliant macro film by the multi-talented, FlyTrapMan. Click here to read and follow… Continue reading

Drinking Tools

  She unwrapped her gift – shimmery white and pointy. Oh, thanks, my new fangs!   (Photo from freeimages.com) ❇️❇️❇️ CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR GIFT FOR FREE❇️❇️❇️   When relationships go bad,… Continue reading

50 Word Story – Not Me

Photo by Graham A Stephen (http://geotopoi.wordpress.com)   She cowered against the fence while others around her screamed. She remained calm and hopeful. Take her, him or them, she prayed quietly, but not me.… Continue reading

A Burning Farewell

*Photo by –FlyTrapMan–   The sun rose dazzling in colors of fire as it set her skin aflame.   *Inspired by the novel, Carmilla,  written in 1872 by Joseph Le Fanu, which was… Continue reading