Here’s a quick glimpse at a long-awaited sequel. Bottom line: mark June 10 on your calendars.
James Wan’s sequel to The Conjuring just recently wrapped filming, so it was only a matter of time before we caught our first glimpse at The Conjuring 2, which will focus on the very real and terrifying story of Enfield’s famous poltergeist and the family it terrorized. It’s a striking first image, too, one with a room in shambles and a terrified Madison Wolfe (who plays Janet) looking up at something otherworldly.
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“Well, this is awkward,” said Giselle Duras (in French, of course, as that was her native language). She had shown up promptly to the small artist’s cafe in Montparnasse and now anticipated trekking the Walk of Shame known to other artist’s models who had been stood up by the distinguished and infamous author of Les Fleurs Du Mal.
Mlle. Duras was just about to collect her parasol and beat a quick exit through the kitchen when a thunderous voice called from just behind her. She started, blushed and brought her lace-gloved fingers to her mouth.
“Monsieur!” she said. “You scared me!”
“Sit,” he said imperiously.
She did as he instructed.
“I hope you weren’t planning to beat a hasty escape through that squalid kitchen. At best, you would smear your dainty boots with offal; at worst…” he shuddered and a…
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Last chance for a critique! I find having another pair of eyes review my work to be very helpful.
Horror Addicts Writer’s Workshop Announcement!
OPENS: October 1st, 2015, 11:59pm PST
Deadline: December 31st, 2015, 11:59pm PST.
This is an opportunity for aspiring horror or like-genre writers to have their work critiqued by professional writers based on story structure, plot, style, and character development. One lucky writer will have their work produced for a HorrorAddicts.net show for Season 11 in 2016.
1) This workshop is free
2) You must state you if you are under 18 at the time of submission. We will not accept stories from children younger than 15.
3) By submitting to the workshop, you are stating this work is yours and yours alone and that you may submit it legally without publication ties. The work cannot be previously published in any form.
4) Stories must be Gothic, Horror, Steampunk, Clockpunk, Fetish, Dark Fantasy, Horror Romance, or have a horror element of some…
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