31 Days of Horror 2 - Don't Blame Us If You Can't Sleep At Night...

They said it could never be done but a sequel to our ground-breaking month dedicated to the horror genre is coming back to splatter your computer screens again. Here's a preview of what's in store....

The time, 12pm. The date, October 1st, 2011. The place, WhatCulture! What you are about to witness will terrify you to the inner core of your soul. A series of daily articles, written by the eclectic group of our sadistic best writers that will make you question your faith, torment your deepest fears, and leave you cowering like a little girl in your sleep. You will not be able to take a shower this month, spend anytime alone in the dark or look at that funny-looking, dark haired nephew of yours that you were never quite sure about. Welcome to WhatCulture!'s 31 Days of Horror 2! They said it could never be done but a sequel to our ground-breaking month dedicated to the horror genre is coming back to splatter your computer screens again. And as we are now a website covering much more than just film, our 31 Days of Horror 2 will also look at the world of horror in relation to comics, video games and more... Some of the highlights of this month will include countless number of top ten articles about horror, a look at the current state of the genre, dozens and dozens of retrospectives, specialist essays and feature articles and reviews all of all this month€™s new horror releases; both in theatres and even the lowest of the Z-grade STV films. Nothing is too big or too obscure for us to cover this month. We even have an interview or two with some significant people in horror. So check back daily over the next month to get a unique taste of horror, WhatCulture! style. Feel free to suggest ideas, or even contribute articles my emailing me at editor@whatculture.com. Also you can check out last year's 31 Days of Horror HERE.
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Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.