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‘Nightmare Soup’ Coming This Month: Two New Images to Haunt Your Dreams

A few months back, I interviewed Jake Tri and Andy Sciazko, the pair behind the upcoming short horror story book “Nightmare Soup“, which is heavily influenced, both in stories as well as illustrations, by the Schwartz & Gammell series “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”. Coming later this month, “Nightmare Soup” will feature 30 […]
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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: a film about the classic horror kids book

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

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Great Job, Internet!: The dream of Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark lives on in a new horror collection

Entertainment / Books : The A.V. Club - Books

The Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark series included some of the most terrifying books of all time, mostly due to the positively soul-destroying illustrations by Stephen Gammell. The books were re-released later with less-scary art...

“Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” Gets Turned Into 3D Chalk Art [Halloween Treat]

Genres / Horror : Bloody-Disgusting Horror News

My love of Schwartz & Gammell’s “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” knows no bounds. Full of terrifying imagery (I like to pretend that the new version doesn’t exist), the book was a huge part of why I grew to love horror as much as...

Interesting Facts About “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”

Genres / Horror : Bloody-Disgusting Horror News

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The Spirit of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” Lives on in “Nightmare Soup” (Interview)

Genres / Horror : Bloody-Disgusting Horror News

The Schwartz & Gammell series “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” is perhaps one of the most beloved book franchises in horror history. Yes, “Goosebumps” is more popular and Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” has sold more copies but t...

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