Horror novels don't have "footage," but they can include documents, testimony, and photographs to try to fool you into thinking the novel is something real.
Little kids are usually pretty creepy in horror. One of their creepiest habits is having an imaginary friend, who usually turns out to be a ghost or a demon.
Retellings are always fun, and I love a fresh take on a classic horror story. Here are a few based on old-school classics and newer classics.
Ah, horror movies and the oft-used tagline that draws us in over and over: "Based on a true story." I'll start with The Amityville Horror because it was probably one of the earliest horror movies to really claim that it was based on true events. Jay Anson wrote a book about these events and the … Continue reading horror movies “based on a true story”: The Amityville Horror