subreddits related to r/ClassicHorror
Horror Reviewed by Horror Fans Our subreddit is dedicated to text-based reviews of anything and everything horror related. All reviews are submitted by other horror fans just like you (aka our subscribers!). Everyone is welcome to add a review, we just ask that you follow our [RULES](https://www.reddit.com/r/HorrorReviewed/comments/822bxm/updated_rules_information_and_reminders/).
This is a place to discuss horror literature. Any book is up for discussion as long as that discussion is respectful. It doesn't matter if you're into Stephen King or Edward Lee, Jack Ketchum or Lovecraft, this is the place to share that love and discuss to your heart's content.
Movies are our lives! DVD and Blu-ray collectors share pictures of their latest buys and pickups, pictures of their entire collection shelves, we have contests for FREE DVDs, Movie Party nights (watch a movie with 15 strangers), experts give advice and help find the best deals, and more!
A subreddit dedicated to the *Alien* franchise. For fans of James Cameron's 1986 sci-fi classic *Aliens*, or anything else related to the *Alien* franchise (including the *Predator* series, *Prometheus* and *Alien:Covenant*) created by Ridley Scott, Dan O'Bannon, H. R. Giger, etc.
Welcome to a r/DarkUniverse, a New World of Gods and Monsters. This subreddit is dedicated to discussing Universal Pictures's Dark Universe, the shared universe of monster films produced by Universal Pictures, which currently includes The Mummy (2017) and Bride of Frankenstein (2019), and the classic Universal monster films that the new film universe is based on.
Welcome to /r/GODZILLA! A place to admire the King of the Monsters and his many foes. - If you haven't already, please read through the RULES located on the sidebar. For Mobile users you can find them on the top right of the app (3 dots) under "Community Info"
CampCult is dedicated to cinefiles, movie junkies, gore whores, cult followers, and people who just like movies. CampCult is about the obscure and niche films that aren’t necessarily that well known. It's not about how 'good' a movie is, but how much fun it is to watch. Discussion is highly encouraged! Note: links for the movie night will either include netflix, youtube, or thepiratebay.se links.