When it comes to the United States of Horror, there is just nowhere like Louisiana for a horror movie setting.
New England is a terrifying place. Don’t believe me? Try playing our NFL team, paying our taxes or engaging in small talk with someone you don’t know here. We can be a surly group for sure.
Three years ago the family and I packed up our things and moved out to the Midwest after working in New York City for close to 13 years.
Appalachia is a region rich with tradition, history, and folklore. It’s also often misunderstood, and even feared, by outsiders. As a result, the area has long been ripe for horror literature and films, and here are some of the best: