Write For Us.

It’s no secret that a beginning website can be a quite time consuming. This is a one man show right now and writing articles, watching and reviewing movies, and trying to keep my finger on the pulse of the horror genre can be quite a bit to handle all alone. But YOU CAN HELP!

My “rules” for having something posted here are really simple.
1) MUST BE YOUR OWN ORIGINAL CONTENT.
2) MUST BE IN ENGLISH
3) MUST NOT DISPARAGE OR PUT DOWN OTHER WEBSITES

Pretty easy huh? I told you so! As for spelling and punctuation, I’ll be editing and proofreading each submission I receive. So do your best and leave the rest to me.

What I’m looking for are original articles on anything related to the horror genre. This could be a movie review, book review or preview, clothing, toys, conventions….anything really! And it gets even better. Because all you have to do is email me the article. After it’s edited and proofread, I will post it and send you an email letting you know it is now “live” on the website. I will promote it from my end and you can feel free to do the same from yours. You will get the credit for the article so be SURE to let me know what name you want to use for that credit. Either a nickname or real name. Your choice.

I can’t pay you any money for these articles, but I can assure you they will be read and highly appreciated. Send as many or few as you like! Thank you and Keep It Bloody!

EMAIL ME HERE: dave@horrorcabin.com

14 Comments

  1. Dave,

    Sometime when I get a gap I may do a review on some of the old “Vincent Price” movies I got hold of. Not sure if you know of them. Quite dated but the acting of Vincent Price, a master of the macabre, gives them a timeless quality!
    You have interesting site,
    Shawn (skc on WA)

    • Thank you Shawn! I do indeed know Vincent Price and his stunning body of work. That man is responsible for so many nightmares back in the day! If you want to review any of his fine films, just let me know and I’ll put them here. Giving you full credit of course and a link back to your outstanding website! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi, Dave. This is a great resource. I am a horror movie fan, but I don’t think I delve quite as deeply as you do into the real hard core horror! Loving your site, keep going!

    • Thank you Sandra! My love of all things scary began as a child. I actually enjoyed that feeling of being terrified by something I was watching. In real life, I can’t stand the sight of blood though lol! But in the movies, the more the better! Thanks for the awesome comment and for taking the time to stop by! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. That’s an interesting proposition. Not sure I could do your site justice (never written an article before), otherwise I would submit! Plus I watch everything behind the masses, so not very useful. That is funny that you don’t like the sight of blood in real life, yet can’t get enough of it in the movies. Hehehhe. I get totally grossed out in real life but have never looked away from a horror scene yet, so I understand. I do have an eyeball phobia, though–can’t stand getting water in my eyes, even. And whenever I see a pencil or a needle going into an eyeball in movies, I ALMOST look away. We were watching Haunting in Connecticut at the weekend, and I’m pretty sure the scene with the eyelid getting snipped off with scissors is the cringe-iest thing I ever saw. Hey, we also tried to watch Chop, but just couldn’t get past the acting. Some funny bits, but then my daughter walked in while they were discussing something not for six-year-old ears, and my husband turned it off. I might have stuck it out otherwise, just to see where it was going. Like watching a train wreck. Okay, now to catch up here…

    • If you have an eyeball phobia “Hostel” (the first one) probably made you cringe! I don’t know if you’ve seen it, but there’s one very gross, awesome scene involving an eyeball, a blowtorch, and a pair of scissors. It’s one of those scenes where you put your hands over your eyes but still peek through them lol You don’t WANT to look but HOW CAN YOU NOT?!?

      While I really enjoyed “Chop”, I absolutely get why people would not like it. It helped me that I’ve always liked Trent Haaga and really grew my horror “chops” (see what I did there?) on mainly low budget indie films. I’ve always had a deep appreciation of what some of these people can do on a small budget. Some of my favorite movies are from TROMA studios. If you’ve never seen any, I suggest “Terror Firmer”, “The Toxic Avenger”, and “Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead”. They’re all free to watch somewhere (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, etc). But I would not recommend any of them for 6 year olds…..just those of us with the mind of a six year old lol ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Thanks for the gross eyeball rec. I think. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I may blink a lot and squint…

        I thought the main guy was pretty good in Chop, actually. Some of these titles are hilarious! Want to watch them on the titles alone. My daughter is good with blood and guts, it’s just the sex scenes that get forwarded around here. (If it’s too too scary she watches her own shows, of course.) She acts out a great zombie. Freaks me right out!

        • I don’t blame you at all for limiting what kind of movies get watched. There are some “horror” movies out there that are just an excuse to have naked people running around having sex everywhere. As lucky as that is in real life, I watch horror for the “scary”….not the “hairies” lol ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thank you for visiting and for the comment! Let me know if you want to write an article ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • hey there! I developed this site through WordPress. The theme is pre-installed, which is good because making your own is time consuming! if you sign up for a WordPress blog site, you’ll find the theme at the top. Thanks for stopping by! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thanks for stopping by. I’m glad you’re digging the site and I hope you come back and see what’s going on daily. ๐Ÿ™‚

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