And yes, all the original creepy drawings are there.
Just when you think you’re safe in bed.
“We didn’t even need to say it. We both knew. It didn’t need to be discussed. Neither of us remembered if we stopped at that stop sign.”
Somehow both surreal and grimly realistic, Gammell’s black-and-white art depicted everything from ominous rocking chairs and mossy caskets to hollowed-out skulls and floating eyeballs.
On Friday, January 19, The Open House will be streaming!
This Stephen King adaption looks scary AF and it just hit Netflix today!!
Elsewhere, Kentucky isn’t a place you’re going to be able to find on a map, and there’s a good reason for it.
The Midnight Society is back!!!
Every night when I tuck my kid in bed, he asked me to check the closet for monsters. Every night I try to pretend that monsters aren’t real.
It feels like something that could happen in your neighborhood (in your worst nightmares).