Unexplained: Luna Park Ghost Train fire

To kick off 2018, and the official launch of Horror Australia, we have today launched our Unexplained Series. The Unexplained Series is a series of news topics based on Australia’s mysterious and unexplained stories, including crimes that captivated the entire nation, and sparked more questions than answers being offered. The …

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Foxtel confirms X Files screening

The truth is closer than we think, that premise has been proven right with the announcement that the worldwide TV phenomenon The X-Files eleventh season will return exclusively to Foxtel’s showcase channel Thursdays from January 4th EXPRESS from the US. Following what can only be described as a mind blowing …

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End of an era, dawn of a revolution

The Australian Horror Community has been dealt a massive blow with an end of an era being announced last night with What’s Under the Bed Horror film reviews announcing that after almost two years of providing in depth, entertaining horror movie reviews, that they would be closing down shop. While …

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Five places that are absolutely, possibly, haunted

We have all seen those houses. You know the ones. Where you drive or walk past them and they just give you a creepy vibe, a vibe that allows your mind to race, thinking up its own scenarios of those in years gone by who have perished inside the property, …

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Wolf Creek returns for Season 2

Just when you thought it was safe to travel throughout the Australian Outback, Australia’s most notorious and feared serial killer Mick Taylor has returned, as announced by Australia’s leading local subscription video-on-demand provider Stan with the announcement that the second season of the hit Australian mini-series Wolf Creek will hit …

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Horror Australia prepares to launch

The dawn of a new and exciting era for the horror genre in Australia is upon us, as the Australian Horror Network prepares to launch Horror Australia website by the end of the year. Horror Australia is established to break down the barriers that have been previously erected to keep …

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F13 The Game – A Review

When you talk about the horror genre there is usually one name that comes to mind – Jason Voorhees – the ten year old boy who drowned in the lake at Camp Crystal Lake during the summer, while those employed to supervise were busy entertaining themselves than carrying out their …

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OWP launches new site

Brisbane based Australian indie publisher Oscillate Wildly Press, an up and coming publisher supporting the horror genre and who specialise in horror anthologies, have this week launched a brand new website a step taken to mirror their continued growth within the genre. As like many other start up businesses the …

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