This article is about Vlad the Impaler, an introduction to horror and facts about his life that are not shared about his life as a hero and inspiration. … More Vlad The Impaler An Introduction To Horror
I am so fascinated with how things function at their extremes, especially when it comes to the human mind. Our survival instincts are always watching everything that happens around us and inside us. … More Interview with Psychological Horror Author, Luc Vors
While A.D. Wayne accumulated reviews from diverse places such as Amazon, GoodReads, she also has some left on Facebook and from BookBub. Mrs. Blackwood seems to be enjoyed all around! … More Mrs. Blackwood A Five Star Horror Novella
There is evidence of it being used to treat those behaving erratically, and it can be assumed that the behavior can be attributed to mental illness. However, they believed that mental illness was caused by being inhabited by a malicious or evil spirit. … More Trepanning The Horror
He is coming through the dilapidated alley
Slowly he’s coming to your window and watches the prey.
And if you look at his gaze you will fall in never land
For he will feed your eyes with his fearsome dreadful sand.
Shhhh here comes the Sandman. … More Sandman, A Horror Poem
At Gothic Bite Magazine we like our horror movies. To us, they all have a little something, therefore, hard to place in order! Each of us has a personal Top Horror Movies!
Either it is paranormal, slasher, torture porn or lighter movies. Here is our Top 100 Best Horror Movies’ List! Not necessarily in perfect order, but a spooky list to look at nonetheless! … More Top 100 Best Horror Movies
Gothic Bite Magazine recognizes that we all have different taste and that is amazing because in our opinion it means that there are no real good or bad movies. It all depends on the taste of each person.
For that reason, we decided not to offer a Top 100 BAD Horror Movies, but Cheesy instead and more about the appearance or in funny manners. So, here are our picks! … More Top 100 Cheesy Horror Movies
Created by Ryan Murphy, one of the co-creators of the hit show Glee, American Horror Story debuted on October 5th of 2011 to an unsuspecting audience on the FX Networks. … More American Horror Review
Back in the late Middle Ages and early Modern period, witches were being hunted down. It didn’t matter if it were true or not. If someone didn’t like their neighbor, they could be accused of witchcraft.
That started the witch trial time period. And like that wasn’t enough, werewolves emerged. And the werewolf trials begun and that is a horror story. … More The Werewolf Trials – A Horror Story
Travel the country sides of Europe and you are bound to see a castle. To date there are over ten thousand known castles in Europe and Asia.
Many of the oldest castles in the world are in Germany. With age comes history and not necessarily a pleasant history at that.
Europe’s Middle Ages were plagued with turmoil. The Crusades, witch-hunts (and werewolf hunts) vampire hysteria and war torn through the old world. Leaving in its wake tears in the fabric between this world and the next. … More Moosham Castle – A Horror Story
When you are a special effect makeup artist, you have to develop your skills by practicing on people that are kind enough to accept to be your model… well, sometimes they are chosen by me to volunteer and this is how it goes when you are published in a local newspaper! … More The Horror Makeup
Welcome to the small town of Blackstone, New Hampshire. A place that while on the surface seems quaint and peaceful, your normal Sunday best gossipy town, holds quite the number of secrets… … More A Taste Of Horror
GBM wishes you a Merry Krampus for the second consecutive year with an anthology filled with spooky and twisted stories from awesome authors! … More GBM Wishes You Merry Krampus!
Gothic Bite Magazine is now opening their gates to all authors who would enjoy sharing their work with the public. We welcome all writers, from the enthusiasts to the professionals. … More The Deep Dark by Francis J. Burns
Gothic Bite Magazine often shared the work of an author that we love, Jane Jordan. Most recently, she brought to our attention the work of her daughter. We guess that art is in the blood. … More Charlotte Jordan An Artist's Story
Nosferatu redeems Dracula as a vampire due to its nature closer to animalistic and less focused on his status compared to plague instead of a monster. … More Nosferatu Redeems Dracula As A Vampire
Claire smiled brightly as he took her hand in his. “Let’s take you to your room. You’ll need a hot bath and then a change of clothes. A Jackson always looks their best,” Father explained as they walked through the house together. … More Buried from Award Winning Author Sian Claven
Highly inspired by Hotel Transylvania – The Series, Alexa drew many scenarios, unique from one to the next, based on herself as a vampire. Often referred to the “Grown-up Mavis” Alexa welcomed Jackie’s friendship. … More A.D. Wayne on Zombiepalooza Radio Live This Saturday
What is scary about fruit punch? Well, we got the secret from Bernabé Lavoie that VitaL has a secret ingredient making it unique compared to all other beverages. … More Vital The Scary Drink Coming Soon
Now that I am ready to present to the world, the series I planned for years to publish, Mrs. Blackwood required changes. As a result, not only does the book gets a new more elaborated book cover, but also new ties to the series as an opening to the story of Lord Impaler. … More Cover Reveal for Mrs. Blackwood a Second Edition
People who know me, know that I am a little obsessed with Vlad the Impaler. I have read his story, his life and done research to understand his mind better.
People who know me, know that I’m also obsessed with vampires. Just as much research done and now, the combination of both my love in one movie, Dracula Untold and here’s my review. … More Dracula Untold A Review
This first season represents an adaption of The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite. A limited six-issue series. The creator and writer being My Chemical Romance’s signer, Gerard Way. Both of which follows a group of seven super-powered foster siblings as they solve their father’s murder while trying to stop the end of the world. … More Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy
This one has really good memories for me but upon reading it again, I have seen the theme done better. It is great for a giggle and it has some moments where you would be scared but it doesn’t hold a candle to some of the other works of Stine’s where fear is front and center. … More GOOSEBUMPS!
In a world where killers hunt under the cover of darkness, Detective Dumas must rely on his steamy partner. While he’s not sure he can trust him to help drag a murderer in the cold hard light of day, Remi must face his unresolved issues from his past. … More Gory and Gore Awaits in The Beast by Dora Esquivel
When you begin traveling, you are going to discover that every place has stories. Each has a piece of history that is going to evoke those feelings of loss. After all, that is where true ghost stories start. … More Looking For A Haunted Castle?
There are five stories, five short reads that are going to give you the chills! I can’t give you the entire plot, but I will do my best to give this book, and the stories, some justice. … More All Dark Places: A DSP Anthology — Compiled by J.E. Feldman
We enter this world through the eyes of Billy, our 12 year old, who is making his way to camp for the first time. On a bus with eighteen other boys and 4 girls, the boys are all set for the Camp Nightmoon while the girls are heading in a different direction. … More GOOSEBUMPS! Welcome To Camp Nightmare
The duo harken almost an instant connection for me to the 90s and 2000s horror scene where you needed ambiance set. It is like an earwig in the way their songs flow and curl up for a bit in your mind. … More FEATURING: L.E.D. Living with Eating Disorders – The Band
I wanted to bring in history, facts, and respect. With a quite popular series such as Supernatural among others either televised or written, many folklores, borrowed from various cultures and First Nations are not an exception. However, some forget that sometimes particular creatures are better left undisturbed. … More Folklore of Secrecy
The iconic ‘Pan Book Of Horror’ paperback series launched modestly in 1959 curated by Herbert Van Thal, it offered a fiendish cauldron of classic tales stirred in with tyro untried writers. … More Tales from The Shadow Booth Vol. 2 with Andrew Darlington
Danny plans on donating a percentage from the his art sell through his charity link, Danny’s Jeunesse, Jeunesse J’écoute the French help line which helps fund Kids Help Phone—24h/7 a free counselling service offered to Canadian youth. … More The Macabre Art of a Big Heart Artist, Danny Micheal Vaillancourt
Imagine yourself held down on a table against your will so a doctor can shove ice picks up into your brain. The thought sends chills down my spine! … More The Icepick Lobotomy
I am a poet and mom of three from Sacramento, California. I love science, especially astrophysics and I often bring that scientific language into my poetry. I like the juxtaposition of visceral imagery and emotion. … More Interview with Michelle Gallagher from Cafe Macabre
There seems to be a fascination with serial killers. Even I am intrigued by them. So, what is it about them that piques people interest in them? Is it their crimes, the victims? The types of murders they committed. … More Serial Murders
Lorraine passed at the age of 92 and between her and Edward, who passed in 2006, had a lifetime that touched so many lives. The paranormal community owes a great debt to these two legendary investigators. May they be together again. … More The Loss of Lorraine Warren
The throes of mourners watching singing her Ava Maria hits emotions and livens the skin with goosebumps. It is truly a sad day as a pillar of hope and muse for many is suffering this blow. … More Through the Fire and the Flames – Notre Dame
Hi, my name is Daisy St. James and I write steamy Paranormal Romance!
When I was young, I always dreamed of becoming a writer. From the moment I picked up my very first romance novel at the tender age of twelve, I was hooked. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interview Author Daisy St. James
It was the summer of 96 or better referred to as “The Summer of Hell.” I can’t help but to blame myself; after all, I’ve watched plenty of horror movies to know all the basic rules, but even then I ignored the most important one. … More The Real Witchcraft
A. Wayne is the author of Mrs. Blackwood and the CEO and Founder of Gothic Bite Magazine. She is a fan of horror and writes her novels in the paranormal and sci-fi as such. Not long ago, she did an interview with The Authors Show and it airs tomorrow, April 3rd, 2019! … More A. Wayne on The Authors Show
The summary of the story itself is quite disturbing and worthy of a Stephen King hit! Back then, I am quite sure that the story scared many people. The Sandman was not what we know him to be now. … More The Sandman
A year ago, in a fit of lust and need, Lucien claimed his mate, a human called Gabriel. Gabriel tried to resist but Lucien easily overpowered him. Lucien’s master, Sargon, was not pleased with his spontaneity and decreed the two must be apart for one year…and, just for spite, that Gabriel would not be able to ejaculate until he saw Lucien again. … More Pre-Order Ancient Blood by Dora Esquivel
Here we are again dear readers and this is a doozy of a book. I have had a few reviews go out of order to match up with a monster of the month and because of that to catch up this month will have two separate reviews. The first is book #8 The Girl Who Cried Monster, from Goosebumps, let us begin. … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Girl Who Cried Monster
Gothic Bite Magazine always feels grateful when an amazing author passes by and this week, we have Donna Maria & Robert A. Lilley … More Gothic Bite Magazine interviewed Co-Authors!
I sculpt, consume copious amounts of music, anime, and documentaries. I am a science lover, reformed elitist gamer, driving enthusiast, and a tech snob. I love ancient cultures—especially those of the Egyptian, Japanese, and Native American peoples. … More C. Brady
The Monster of the Month for February was a ghost. Typically when you think of ghost the first place the mind goes is sad or scary. For me, the first place my mind goes to currently is to that of Haunting of Hill House and my favorite character of Nell. … More The Ghost Makeup
The legend of the Swamp Monster is not as old as one would expect. When doing research on the monster itself, thinking mostly to be as old as Bigfoot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place in 1963 when a man and his friend were looking down from a plane on a swamp and discovered more than they anticipated. … More Swamp Monster Pt.1
*** WARNING THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS MATURE AND GRAPHIC SUBJECT MATTER *** Who never watched one of the nine movie versions of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Well, I only watched the 1974 movie version and let me tell you when I stomached it back in 1982, it scared the hell out of me as it was creepy, violent, and so believable. … More Leatherface The Man
Gothic Bite Magazine is proud to announce its third anthology: The Gothic Grimoire is now available on AMAZON! Go grab your ebook or paperback while it’s still hot! … More The Gothic Grimoire Is Out!
Gothic Bite Magazine is proud to present our third anthology to our amazing followers and wonderful readers!
The Gothic Grimoire Anthology is all about the darkest the paranormal can offer from immortals to hauntings, and a grimoire ties all. … More The Gothic Grimoire Anthology
This month in Gothic Bite Magazine our Monster of the Month is Ghosts, going along with that palette of horror I give you one of the Goosebumps Books on the list with number ten, The Ghost Next Door. … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Ghost Next Door