Dipping a toe into all forms of media, Kelsey Christine McConnell received her bachelor’s degree in Film and Television Production from San Diego State University, as well as an MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from NYU. She got her start in the online editorial world by reviewing and analyzing the social impact of comic books. While an avid reader and writer in her downtime, she’s also a big movie buff and proud dog mom.
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A femme-focused subgenre is growing.
Well-structured scares aim straight for the heart—via poetry.
Feast on these fresh horrors.
Your shopping cart has never looked scarier.
Some frights stopped by the Javits Center last weekend.
They're coming for you.
The accessibility feature that divided a genre.
R.L. Stine's beloved books have been adapted into a new show to terrify a fresh generation.
No tricks—you're in for a treat.
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The remains of nearly a dozen sex workers were carelessly discarded in the New Mexico desert.
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Can't find something scary on TV? Nevermore.
Things look different here.