Horror Gaming Writers Wanted!

Well, hello there! Do you love horror? Do you love gaming? Do you have opinions on the current state of horror in gaming that you need to get off your chest? Maybe you need to find a place to rant about how Fatal Frame is a forgotten franchise that could use more present-day love than becoming a pachinko machine?

Well, firstly, that’s one incredible take that we’d love to see you write about, but also, come write about it!Jason Voorhees hunting his prey in Friday the 13th: The Video Game Horror Obsessive is a quickly growing site that only recently started to cover gaming. That not only means that you can be a part of an amazing growing community but also that there is a vast amount of content that is available to cover. If you want to do a deep-dive into franchises like Resident Evil or Silent Hill. Guess what? You can! Maybe you want to go retro and write about how Castlevania IV is the best in the series—go for it! There is a lot of ground to be covered, and we want you to help pave the way.

Get excited to cover things such as

  • Game reviews
  • Retrospectives
  • Lists
  • Gaming news
  • Deep analysis of your favorite games
  • Anything else you want!

Anything you want to pitch, we can definitely find room for. Creative writing freedom is something we pride ourselves in here at Horror Obsessive. We’re always learning, always listening, and always willing to help you get to where you need to be with your ideas.

What more could you want? Come join us and our amazing team of writers and share your passion for horror and gaming with us. All you need is a passion for horror, a passion for gaming, and a passion to let the world know your amazing ideas. Training in WordPress will be provided, and any help you need will be given to you because we want you to focus on what you love.

If this sounds interesting to you, please come fill out our application form and join our team of amazing and passionate people just like you.

So don’t hesitate! Although we love werewolves, we ourselves do not bite. We’re looking forward to hearing from you, working with you, and helping you get your voice out there for the world to see.

One more thing, Symphony of the Night would be the best Castlevania game, not IV. You probably knew that, though. Kidding!


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Written by Bronson West

Bronson fell in love with horror (mainly slashers) at the age of 6 when he watched Halloween at his babysitter's. Fitting, right? He also thinks he's funny, but apparently that's up for debate.

The Healing Power of Horror

The Emory family film post collage. Ruby Lee stands in front of a floral wallpaper background as white paint covers half her face. Gracie stands in front of a blue floral wallpaper that begins to cover part of her body, like she's been absorbed by the wall. Livia's face is partially covered by another picture of her face, giving a fractured, distorted appearance. Henry's picture has a thin stripped removed that shows a minstrel character beneath.

A Minstrel Living in a Redlined World