I stumbled across the webcomic Out of Skin and was taken by the stark language and stunning, almost greytone, graphics.
The prose also delivers: “The moon shone clean and white as a skull.”
The story is a period piece, perhaps late nineteenth century. It centers around a woman, who lives alone in the woods, discovering a grave of pale corpses uncovered by the rain. The mystery of what happens drags her down some creepy paths. Namely a tree with flesh for bark and hands for leaves.
Truly a work of fiction that delves into some deep places of horror. Read and enjoy.
We all like to be scared, but sometimes it takes too long. To be able to build atmosphere and reach the scare in just a few minutes is a feat. Look at these three films, that scare you in ever decreasing amounts of time.
Sukablood scares you in 6 and a half minutes. It’s a twist on a fairytale and teaches you not to suck your thumb.