It’s not very often we’re able to follow the line “he never even saw it coming” with “but then he casually watched it zoom over the horizon…”
For the entomologist, it makes a great broach, unless it’s alive…in which case, run!
For those who need something to have recurring nightmares about for the rest of their lives.
Passersby witness frightening scene as it happens.
Spice up your breakfast orange juice by letting some of Japan’s freakiest horror characters hang off it.
Won’t somebody please think of the children?!
Makeup? Check. Outfit? Perfect. And yet, something very important seems to be missing.
Whether or not it turns out to be the game-changer we’re hoping for, 2016 will be the year of virtual reality. Unfortunately, some people will be finding out the hard way how intense this new technology can be…
Something has gone terribly wrong in the Hundred Acre Wood….
You’ll never see Pokémon’s Nurse Joy the same way again.
Mark June 18, 2016 on your calendars, because these two iconic ladies of Japanese horror are returning to the silver screen in the exact same movie.
A bug enthusiast’s dream and your average person’s worst nightmare, this rare titan beetle discovery has set Japanese Twitter abuzz.
Akihabara may be known as a mecca for cosplayers, but it’s not every day that you run into the horrific “Slit-Mouthed Woman” on the street!
Relax, no tiny people were dismembered in the making of this article.
And just like that, we’re scared of the dentist again.
Scarecrows? More like terrifypeople.
A quirky adventure game, or a terrifying ploy to brainwash children of the world into becoming hippopotamus-like big-nosed creatures?
What could be scarier than looking in a mirror and seeing a demon staring back at you? How about being too engrossed in your smartphone to even notice…
Feeding fish is an innocent pastime — unless you’ve got a whole pond and a thousand fish instead of a small tank! Then it looks more like a horror movie!
Are you afraid of the dark? Most children are, but as we get older we get used to going out at night and start to realize that the world during the twilight hours is the same as during the day, only a bit darker.
But that lingering fear of the darkness often remains somewhere deep inside, forgotten but never entirely gone. Bring those fears back to the fore again this Halloween with Yomawari, a cute but creepy new game for the PlayStation Vita.