Posts Tagged ‘The Lineup’

PONTYPOOL anyone?  REPULSION?  THE VANISHING (the original 1988 Dutch-French version, not the remake)?  THE BROOD?  These are but four of “10 Bizarre but Great Horror Movies You Need to See,” by The Lineup Staff on THE-LINE-UP.COM.  Subtitled “[t]hese weird horror movies flew under the radar, but they’re worth finding,” the feature adds:  Horror movies are inherently at least a little bit weird.  These picks lean into it, resulting in some twisted, hilarious, haunting, and horrifying films.  Next time you’re in the mood for something a bit off-beat, one of these bizarre but great horror movies should do the trick.  I will say I’ve enjoyed the titles here that I’ve seen myself, or, as days grow shorter, here perhaps are some films to shake up your late night viewing, for more on which check here.

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Remember Aimée and the Casket Girls?  My original story (cf. April 7 2014, et al.) was based on a New Orleanian urban legend which, bursting with ideas, has resulted in several additional stories (March 6 2016, April 28 2015, . . .) the last of which probably has not yet been written.  But there are many urban legends, some familiar, some possibly less so, so for our run-up to Halloween (having skipped a day Sunday — well, so it goes) herewith, by Steven Casale on THE-LINE-UP.COM, “Trick or Treat: 6 Creepy Halloween Urban Legends.”  But the thing is it doesn’t end there.  Four of the six in fact include links to related topics — for instance, number four with “The Origins Behind 9 Terrifying American Urban Legends” — and for click bait diehards some of these may in turn contain links of their own!

Therefore if you dare (or have time on your hands for some exploration), for six urban legends . . . and more press here.

Tidbits of Terror?  Who can resist them?  This is a quickie (quirky?) I just ran across on today’s cruise of the interwebs, “13 Horror Stories for Super-Short Attention Spans,” courtesy of THE-LINE-UP.COM.  Numbers 4 and 11 struck me as notably creepy.  And especially “just for fun,” number 12.

Read and enjoy here.




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