scare me!
October 22, 2010 12:05 PM   Subscribe

Suggest to me some creepy, scary, spooky stuff to read/watch/play with online. Not neccessarily Halloweeny stuff.

Stuff like at this link.

I like to watch horror movies late at night on the Chiller network, but their weekend programs stink. I'm looking for other amusements.
posted by FunkyHelix to Society & Culture (23 answers total) 60 users marked this as a favorite
 
Red Worm, previously.
posted by Sticherbeast at 12:08 PM on October 22, 2010


Marble Hornets is a thoroughly creepy.
posted by burnmp3s at 12:08 PM on October 22, 2010


The Google search term you're looking for is "creepypasta."
posted by griphus at 12:10 PM on October 22, 2010


Creepypasta is included at the page I linked. So is Marble Hornets. Thanks, though.
posted by FunkyHelix at 12:14 PM on October 22, 2010 [1 favorite]




The Path, online game by Tale of Tales.
posted by cross_impact at 12:39 PM on October 22, 2010 [2 favorites]


Larry Carlson's stuff is kinda creepy. Flash Movies, Video, MP3's.
posted by not_on_display at 12:47 PM on October 22, 2010




Hotel 626. I haven't done it but I hear good things. Link goes to an explanation of what it is, not the actual thing, so you can decide for yourself.

Even more bizarre than the thing itself is that it is somehow supposed to be an ad for Doritos.
posted by FAMOUS MONSTER at 1:07 PM on October 22, 2010


Seconding The Path. Creepy ambience galore.
posted by elendil71 at 1:08 PM on October 22, 2010


The Hospital is a creepified interactive tour of an abandoned hospital.
posted by two or three cars parked under the stars at 1:26 PM on October 22, 2010 [1 favorite]


The SCP Wiki.
posted by guybrush_threepwood at 1:33 PM on October 22, 2010 [2 favorites]


"The Enigma of the Amigara Fault" is a bit of manga that ran quite a chill through me when I first read it. Remember to read right-to-left.
posted by Monster_Zero at 1:42 PM on October 22, 2010


Agreeing with guybrush_threepwood here. SCP is bizarrely fascinating, and many of the entries are absolutely not to be read after dark.

The best way to get into it is to start with the list of top rated articles.
posted by cirrostratus at 1:44 PM on October 22, 2010 [1 favorite]


First off, thanks for the link. I love creepy stuff. The following list is mainly stuff to read or watch. Because I don't know of a lot of interactive creepiness online.

Book about The Bell Witch haunting. There are also several websites devoted to the subject.

The Dyatlov Pass Incident - interesting story. Fortean Times itself has a lot more stuff.

Unsolved Mysteries episodes are a treasure trove of creepy-ass shit. Their website has a lot of creepy tales to read.

Haunted Places in America looks pretty good for stories, and ghosts.org looks promising for lots of "true" tales of hauntings, etc.

The Paranormal category page on Wikipedia is a good jumping-off point. Also Ghosts and Mysteries.
posted by Ouisch at 1:47 PM on October 22, 2010 [2 favorites]


To add to Monster_Zero's suggestion, anything by Junji Ito should be sufficient for your needs. He is best known for Uzumaki, but I think Gyo is even creepier.
posted by TheWhiteSkull at 1:49 PM on October 22, 2010


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBJtea6w4KU&feature=&p=03DE03898D268149&index=0&playnext=1
posted by Raybun at 2:00 PM on October 22, 2010


Sorry about screwing up the link.
posted by Raybun at 2:01 PM on October 22, 2010


The Old Time Radio Library is a free archive of broadcasts from the 1930s-40s, including the original War of the Worlds, Suspense, Lights Out, The Shadow and tons more. Turn off the lights, get a coupla flashlights and kick it really old school.
posted by timsteil at 2:34 PM on October 22, 2010


You are ready for this: Requiem for a Dream.
posted by Work to Live at 6:46 PM on October 22, 2010


No ghosts involved, but Oldboy is definitely one of the creepiest movies I've seen. If you like thriller-type movies, this one is excellent.
posted by Surinam Toad at 8:35 PM on October 22, 2010


Fewdio.
posted by jbickers at 2:27 PM on October 25, 2010


Salad Fingers by David Firth will make your skin crawl.
posted by clearly at 2:36 AM on October 27, 2010


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