Okay, so I'm not going to send in my requests for a while, if ever again. I DID ask him if he was okay with me sending in my own stories and he DID say that he preferred people to do it that way, but I have Aspergers Syndrome and sometimes I can't tell the finer nuances of human interaction, ESPECIALLY over the internet.
Just in case I misunderstood him, don't harass him and I'll just put my stuff out there normally. Unless someone else asks him and he gives a definitive answer about this....maybe his Youtube About page could help?
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Urrgghhh.....I hate this.
Okay, so, I really think that, for me, Creepypasta is the new generation's Weird Tales.
For those of you who don't know, Weird Tales was a pulp magazine that ran from the 20's to the 50's. H.P Lovecraft, Robert E Howard, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury and a butt-load of other horror, sci-fi, pulp action and thriller writers.
To me, a good deal of these stories.....the not-shitty ones anyway, are modernized a bit, but a good deal of them feel like the classic era horror. Which is good. I mean, can't you just see Slender Man fitting in with the Elder Things? Or the DogScape going well with Clive Barker's Books of Blood? Or NormalPornforNormalPeople fitting in with the Slatterpunk of the 90's?
So, my writing style (I hope) reflects this. I want to mak…Read more >
Mr. Creepy Pasta himself read my story "To Be What Others Fear", which is my first (and probably only) Ritual Pasta.
He's also read my story, "Flower Eyes and Needle Teeth".
My mom is so proud of me, which makes me unbelievably happy :) Though I just hope no-one takes the story seriously....but if they do....then that means that humanity really has started to fall apart.
I don't know how to link a video (man Fimfiction really has spoiled me) so you're gonna have to look it up for yourselves, but, as of now, it's pretty recent.
I hope he reads "Call of the Revenant" next, that'd be awesome!!
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Hello, Fright Fans. I just wanted to write this blog to detail a bit more about my fondest memories pertaining to horror.
I can recall the first horror film that I watched being Predator. I'm still shocked to this day that my dad was actually willing to rent that movie for little, 5 year old me. But see it I did, and from that day forwards.....I really hated seeing that scene of the Predator roar....and I was also hooked on horror!
I remember often visiting my grandparents who lived in NH and watching the always-wonderful Universal Monster films on VHS. I even got Santa Clause ruined for me because I reeallly wanted to see what my presents were ahead of time.
I was really into the old Black and White B-Movies, namely because my parents and gr…Read more >