After revisiting my early nerdy years as an otaku, I thought about how I could blend the horror that Deadman’s Tome publishes and anime together. Then it hit me: Camp Waifu. A very simple, straightforward writing contest that spans an intense 60 days (30 days of contest entry and 30 days of competing) where people can submit their work and then have that work read and judged by the people.
Submit a short horror story (3000 to 5000 words in length) about what happens at Camp Waifu. Is it a Friday the 13th situation? Is it a trap that leads to a young virgin strapped into a SAW device? Or does it toss away horror for more of a humorous and twisted fate?
Entry into the contest starts 8/8/2019 and ends 9/8/2019.
The stories that are entered will be posted on this site where readers can like, comment, and share.
The stories will be uploaded on the site on 9/9/2019 and for 30 days they will compete for the most views, likes and comments.
From Slender Man to Satan, young pre-teen girls seem to seek out a mysterious evil presence, but why?
Do young girls do this because they think it’s cool? Perhaps, but in the right circumstance. It would take a certain situation with people already warm to the idea of Satanism and fringe things to influence another.
Do these girls have deep seeded emotional issues? Seems likely. I don’t think many would argue otherwise, but many may disagree on how these deep seeded issues manifest. Are there unresolved daddy issues? One could think that as these girls tend to look for a strong “evil” male presence. Could there be unresolved mommy issues? That is another possibility. Perhaps these girls are seeking out danger to get the attention of their mother.
These questions are tough to answer, and the attempt to answer leads to arguments. You know what’s easy? Blaming movies and books. That’s a hell of a lot easier and requires no self-reflection. Society at large can blame the movies, comic books, and music for Satanic influence, but the kids have been playing with Satan and other dark figures way before any of that.
Repeat after me kids, Satan is your friend. And he’s a friend through the end. Unlike other people that require you to pray and to have faith, Satan is always around to make a deal and he always delivers. The naysayers complain that making a deal with Satan could cost you your soul or the soul of someone you love.
Well, if the person I love isn’t willing to sacrifice their soul for the enhancement of my life or any wish I so desire, then I guess it isn’t love after all. And what’s the point of a soul when you can’t live the life you want, have mountains of cash, or finally get that body enhancement you’ve been looking for.
This sinister issue contains ten disturbing stories all about Satan and his dark influence. Enjoy.
Hey there, we got another batch of some delicious, finger-lickin’ horror and for for the nice price of free or dirt cheap (depending on how you like it served). Deep Fried Horror is pure gonzo-style, unapologetic, unfiltered horror, whether it be over-the-top brutality, comedic, or transgressive, but delivered at a price no one can refuse.
In this batch, we have crime, murder, and retribution paid in pounds of bloody flesh. Under the Underpass and The Endless City deliver on crime thriller\horror, where as The Woods are Calling delivers on psychological and paranormal horror. Gimmie Some Truth is quick but sadistic reminder that you shouldn’t trust strangers, especially if they’re beautiful. Ancient Native American demons terrorize mankind in The New Order.
One of the big things about horror, whether it be books or film, or the monster. A horror movie or a scary story seems weak when there isn’t some monster to fear. Sometimes we’re faced with something rational like a killer clown or serial killer, other times we’re presented with something paranormal like Dracula or Pazuzu.
With over hundreds upon hundreds of classic horror titles, and with new ideas popping up here and there, we have a huge and growing list of monsters.
But which one is your favorite and why?
Some might mention Jason Voorhees or Michael Myers. Others might mention Frankenstein’s monster or even the Wolf Man.
Some might even surprise and mention Jennifer Check, played by the very hot Megan Fox. Others might even mention the Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Let us know what horror monster us your favorite. I share mine this Friday on the Deadman’s Tome podcast.
Some of you may or may not know that I post a lot of videos on YouTube on the MrDeadmanDt channel. The channel covers news, drama, with some horror and writing trickled in. The’s not really important, though. What is important is that I recent covered a news story where a deceased man’s penis has apparently went missing?
How does that happen? How does a deceased man lose his penis?
I have no clue, but I think it would be interesting for a quick piece of flash fiction. Consider this a writing prompt challenge. Write what you think happened down below in the comments section, and it’ll be shared on a the Deadman’s Tome podcast.
Some say zombie movies are overrated and overplayed. As much as I enjoy watching brain-eaters wasted away by a barrage of gun fire, I have to admit that perhaps they’re right. But that doesn’t meant that there aren’t a few titles that standout and become our go to favorites, right?
So, I ask you, what are your favorite zombie movies and why?