Do you still have those horrific nights when you feel a shadow looming above your bed?
You shut your eyes tightly and cling to your blanket with sweaty palms. Although you never go to church anymore, you find yourself praying, and promising God you’ll never watch porn again if you can just live through this excruciating night. Well, guess what? You may have survived for another day, but there will be other monsters stomping to your chambers soon. Why won’t they leave you alone? What can you do to appease these apparitions, you might ask? Grab a pen and paper! Create a short story about a monster. Do it now, or you’ll never escape the agony of those staring red eyes!
The creatures demand a story to quell their nightly visits. Do their bidding, or else…
Go pin yourself! The screamers who participate in this event receive a chance to win a Classic Horror Pin collection. Wanna scare your friends and family? Of course! Night Gone Black Studio is here to make your nightmares come true—stick a pin on a fashionable jacket, backpack, hat, or shirt, and let everyone know you’re a true fan of horror. Dracula? No problem! Frankenstein? Hell yeah! Better cover your neck when you go to sleep…watch out…these pins are ALIVE!
- Load the Silver Bullet—Write a 50 word story about a classic monster
- Howl at the Moon: What is you favorite classic monster?
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…play a game!
“I’m so tired of feeling insignificant!” He slams a fist on the table. “You don’t even look at me. Am I that appalling to you?”
Joanna steps back; frightened as his temper mounts. “I can’t see you anymore.”
“Why?” There’s anguish in his voice.
“Well, you are the Invisible Man.”
A Word From Claudia
My name is Claudia and I love graphic design and have a passion for creating things that inspire me – anything ranging from movies to music! I have a soft spot for 80s horror flicks and post-punk/darkwave music.
Often times while enjoying a good horror movie or listening to music, I think to myself “I would love it if someone could make me one of those…” so it’s not totally untrue to state that each button is inspired by the tears of Robert Smith.