This is a spin on “Oh Whistle and I’ll Come To You My Lad” by M.R. James with a touch of the Blair Witch Project– for dogs.
You can imagine terror, pain, darkness.
To have it actually living in your head can’t be expressed in words…
if you’re lucky
I’m Just Playing With Your Brain, Bob
These are fun and sassy short 15 second horror Challenge clips, ( except for the first one which I just happen to love, so I’m posting it ).
If you’d like to share your thoughts on them ( especially the third one ) I hope you will jot it down in the comment section.
When horror fiction meet reality:
This caused a buzz because on the surface it looks like a cut ( or axed ) and dried horror story. But the question is, who was the real monster here?
Dear Writers, Watch This!
I have learned is that stepping out of your genre can only add richness to your writer’s voice.
I don’t get poetry, I don’t understand poetry I never actually read or enjoyed it. But when I started getting comments from readers who read my short stories and thought they were poems, I said to myself ” maybe you should do this on purpose “
What I discovered was writing poems helped me learn to express the visual aspects of my stories and it helped me keep on track and focused when I wrote short stories or flash fiction.
So give this clip a view- of course I’d suggest watching the film as well. But what I wanted to share was the wealth of information you will find here.