Horror Subgenres Part Six

In case you missed them, here are links to parts one, two, three, four and five.  And this is it! We’ve come to the last post about horror subgenres. Did I get them all? Probably not. But that’s alright. We covered a lot. And hey, if I missed a subgenre you love or one thatContinue reading “Horror Subgenres Part Six”

Horror subgenres, Part Five

Just in case you missed them, here are links to parts one, two, three and four. This horror subgenre post might be my favorite because we’re going to talk about one kind of subgenre that I love. The Gothics. Southern Gothic Southern gothic is all about the dark corners of the southern American states. WhichContinue reading “Horror subgenres, Part Five”

Horror Subgenres, Part Three

Just in case you missed them, here are links to part one and part two. Horror of demonic Some of these subgenres are pretty self-explanatory. Like this one. This subgenre is based on the theory that the world is a dark, dangerous, and scary place. And that it is that way because of demonic beingsContinue reading “Horror Subgenres, Part Three”

Horror subgenres, Part Two

Welcome to our series of horror subgenres, part two. We’re taking a look at some of the many flavors that encompass our beloved genre of horror. If you missed it, here’s part one Ghost story Ghost stories are my favorite. I mean, my absolute top-tier favorite. It’s not a hard subgenre to define. Any storyContinue reading “Horror subgenres, Part Two”

How to start writing dark fantasy

Dark fantasy is certainly having a moment. Shows like Witcher and Wheel of Time, both of which I talked about on Haunted MTL, have gotten more fantasy fans interested in the creepier, more sinister side of the genre. And I love it. Not that I don’t enjoy the lighter side of fantasy. I wrote aContinue reading “How to start writing dark fantasy”