Top 100 Best Horror Movies

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

Top 100 Cheesy 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

Krampus The Movie

In 2015, a horror comedy movie named, Krampus came out in theatres.

It brought a unique vision on the holidays and taught us about a character that has been part of human history for a long while. … More Krampus The Movie

11:11 Movie Review

I always was a horror fan. Just as much as I like good ones with great stories, I enjoy the cheesy ones for a laugh.
Because once I went to the video club — yes, I’m that old and nothing was interesting, I pulled out 11:11. … More 11:11 Movie Review

Trick ‘r Treat Movie Review

Trick ‘r Treat is a five-story anthology all about Halloween. The stories comprise of a high school principal with a dark secret.
A college virgin looking for the right man; some teenagers that pull a sinister prank; a woman who hates Halloween has to put up with her husband that is obsessed with it; finally the hated old man gets the trick or treater of a lifetime. … More Trick ‘r Treat Movie Review

The Real Witchcraft

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

Scream The Review

To any horror movie fan, if shown the recognizable ghost face mask they know it from the iconic nineties movie, Scream. … More Scream The Review

Night of the Demons Review

When I was younger, my passion for horror movies got me intrigued about a variety of subjects. I only had about two friends. We would go to the video store and choose horror movies.
There was that one with a horrible face and red title, Night of the Demons. I had to watch it. … More Night of the Demons Review

House of a 1000 Corpses Review

In 2003 the world was not ready for what was coming to the world of horror.
Rob Zombie previously had been significant in the world of music with some saying his music videos were like horror movies unto themselves. … More House of a 1000 Corpses Review

The Dentist Review

When I was younger, I fell quickly in love with the horror genre. We used to have Friday Creep Night at the house. We’d rent good horror movies and some we thought would be cheesy to lighten the mood.
This movie might be cheesy in some ways, but it gave me odontophobia, so you decide! … More The Dentist Review

IT deserves a Review!

All right, so, let me tell you that I am a horror movie fan from way back.

My dad fed me a steady diet of great films as a kid; a vast majority of them were horror films. … More IT deserves a Review!

Prom Night Scream Queen

Growing up I was into horror movies, not only the good or classics but the cheesy ones as well. I liked how it brought some intensity in my life and fed my imagination.
Then, came the movie Prom Night. I wondered if it would be the new “Scream” of the new generation. … More Prom Night Scream Queen

The Deep Dark by Francis J. Burns

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

GOOSEBUMPS!

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!

Gothic Bite Magazine Interview Author Daisy St. James

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

Swamp Monster Pt.1

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

Interview with Macabre Artist from Finland Tero Porthan

Gothic Bite Magazine likes to discover all kinds of new artists and this one I discovered while on DeviantArt.

He has a fascinating mind and eyes for the tasteful macabre. So, I asked if an interview with us would be something he considered. Here are his answers. … More Interview with Macabre Artist from Finland Tero Porthan

The Conjuring Reality

I’m not someone who watches television much or movies for that matter. I’m more into writing and drawing.
However, paranormal movies get my attention, but it’s not until I happen to see it on television that I stop. The Conjuring had me question reality. … More The Conjuring Reality

Poltergeist Review

The movie Poltergeist is one of the cult classics of horror that everyone still believes to this day to be one of the best made.
No movie can ever be like it. No one can make a movie like it again. Poltergeist is without a doubt, fantastic. … More Poltergeist Review

A Nightmare on Elm Street Review

Everyone knows the burned face, the hat, the Christmas sweater with the leather gloves armed with razors.
His name is Freddy Krueger, and he haunts the dreams of teenagers. In the first movie though, he was after the children of those who killed him thus A Nightmare on Elm Street commence. … More A Nightmare on Elm Street Review

30 Days of Night Review

30 Days of Night, based on a comic book vampire miniseries of the same name came out in the year 2007. As the 31 Days of Halloween reaches the end, here is the review! … More 30 Days of Night Review

Halloween is Back

The William Shatner inside out mask, the one piece mechanic suit, tall and broad shoulders holding a knife.

The Scream Queen in all her glory stalked and terrified every Halloween. … More Halloween is Back

Let The 31 Days of Halloween Begins!

Welcome to Gothic Bite Magazine’s Month Long Halloween Special! Beware of the horror coming your way, in the best and cheesiest form; the Ghoul Family will bring Y’all a fantastic 31 Day supply of spook! … More Let The 31 Days of Halloween Begins!

The Silent Hill Playable Teaser

I’m going to start this review off by letting all of you know some essential information about this game demo.

There is no way of playing it unless you already have it downloaded on your PS4. Here’s for The Silent Hill playable teaser! … More The Silent Hill Playable Teaser

Mummies of Ancient Egypt

The passion about the ancient time, especially Ancient Egypt, is one that is most cherished by many.
The mysteries surrounding an old civilization capable of building tombs that reaches to the sky in perfect geometrical shapes placed to match the orion belt… but what about the mummies of Ancient Egypt? … More Mummies of Ancient Egypt

Paranormal – Fact or Faked?

The paranormal encompasses many subjects: Gothic, apparitions, monsters, vampires, nightmares, demons among other obscure things.
When one lives an unexplained situation often becomes obsessed with the paranormal and I always say it’s because of one word: the Unknown. … More Paranormal – Fact or Faked?

The Swamp Monster

Originally posted on Gothic Bite Magazine:
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 Big Foot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place…

Hotel Transylvania The Series

When I first watched Hotel Transylvania, I quickly fell in love with the story even though 3D is not my cup of tea. The characters, the originality and the breath of fresh air the subject brought was fascinating.
Despite my obsession with Vlad The Impaler and Dracula, I was able to look pass that and fall for Mavis and her uncle Frankenstein… then came the series on June 25th, 2017… my jaw dropped. … More Hotel Transylvania The Series

Hotel Transylvania The Series

When I first watched Hotel Transylvania, I quickly fell in love with the story even though 3D is not my cup of tea. The characters, the originality and the breath of fresh air the subject brought was fascinating.
Despite my obsession with Vlad The Impaler and Dracula, I was able to look pass that and fall for Mavis and her uncle Frankenstein… then came the series on June 25th, 2017… my jaw dropped. … More Hotel Transylvania The Series

What About Blob?

The Blob monster is not one we necessarily think about when the word monster is spoken. We think about the four original classics: vampires, werewolves, frankenstein and the mummy. However, the monster a blob is could be very dangerous and of nightmarish intentions. … More What About Blob?



A Midsummer Night’s Scream – Review

When you hear the name R.L. Stine one of the main reactions is instant recognition and of course an association to the man depending on when you joined in on his writing whether you have been there along the way from Welcome to Dead House, or you joined in his teen books with the Fear Street series.
Maybe you even were a late bloomer and didn’t start until he branched into more adult books with his book Red Rain.

For others you may not have heard or read any of his work and honestly this would not be the article for you. 

R.L. Stine like many authors in the 90’s wrote horror in a way that captivated and gave the readers a taste of horror. … More 

A Midsummer Night’s Scream – Review

The Swamp Monster

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 Big Foot, 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 The Swamp Monster

Nosferatu Redeems Dracula As A Vampire

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

Dracula Untold A Review

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

Folklore of Secrecy

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

Tales from The Shadow Booth Vol. 2 with Andrew Darlington

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

The Loss of Lorraine Warren

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

Through the Fire and the Flames – Notre Dame

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

The Sandman

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

Gothic Bite Magazine interviewed Co-Authors!

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!

The Ghost Makeup

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

Leatherface The Man

*** 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

The Skeleton Key

New Orleans is the home of many legends and folklore. It is a place where the paranormal and reality collide and create something unique.

The Skeleton Key brings out the best Louisiana has to offer… mystery but only if you believe. … More The Skeleton Key

Creepypasta’s Best

When I think of what a Creepypasta is the first definition is this: A story that has found its start on the internet and grown beyond expectation almost developing a life of its own. … More Creepypasta’s Best

Mystery Man Interview

After some time now, I sat down with someone and had a one on one. If you remember, last month I spoke with the lovely Queen Lovelace in Richmond. … More Mystery Man Interview

Zombiepalooza Radio Live has Alexa Wayne on their show!

Guess who will be on the AMAZING!!! Zombiepalooza Radio Live tomorrow at 8:15 EST Time? ME, Alexa Wayne! … More Zombiepalooza Radio Live has Alexa Wayne on their show!

GOOSEBUMPS! Night of the Living Dummy

Welcome back dear readers, and what a time you picked to join us if you have just begun.

This book is one of my favorites and most memorable tales from the Goosebumps series; I know I am not the only one to say this. … More GOOSEBUMPS! Night of the Living Dummy

Zombie A Reanimated Corpse

The term comes from Haitian folklore, where a zombie is a dead body reanimated through various methods, most commonly magic.
The Oxford English Dictionary gives the origin of the word as West African and compares it to the Kongo words nzambi and zumbi. — Wikipedia… Zombie a reanimated corpse. … More Zombie A Reanimated Corpse

Dracula Untold A Review

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

Dawn of the Dead

On May 24th 1979 the dead walked the earth, brought to us by the godfather of the Zombie genre, George A. Romero. Now here’s my review of Dawn of the Dead. … More Dawn of the Dead