created in 2008
Dedicated to the works of H.P. Lovecraft, this is your stop for all of his outstanding works and weird fiction in general!
Lighter fare, memes, silly jokes, etc. are better suited to /r/Cthulhu. Those interested in Lovecraftian artwork should check out /r/ImaginaryNecronomicon.
R/HORROR, colloquially known as Dreadit by our subscribers is the premier horror entertainment community on Reddit. For more than 8 years /R/HORROR has been reddit.com's gateway to the darker side of entertainment.
So if you have a little time to KILL, come on over. We'll get the chainsaw warmed up for you.
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.
Pictorial art of monsters from the past or present: angels, demons, strange WTF creatures, drooling brutes, innocent-looking oddities, mythical hybrids, an image from a bestiary, etc. Yes, you can submit drawings of your own imaginary monsters.
We strongly encourage the crediting of artists by their real name.
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.
Weird Literature: For news on weird fiction, collectibles, and book discussion. Contemporary authors of the Weird, such China Miéville, Kelly Link, M. John Harrison, K.J. Bishop, Eric Basso, and Jeff Vandermeer. Foundational authors such as H.P. Lovecraft, Alfred Kubin, Algernon Blackwood, Robert Chambers, and Jean Ray. Everyone in between. Stories and writers that might brush up against science fiction, horror, fantasy, and other genres, but never quite fit in any of them.
A place to discuss published SF—novels, short stories, comics, images, and more. Not sure if a book is SF? Then post it! Science Fiction, Fantasy, Alt. History, Postmodern Lit., and more are all welcome here. The key is that it be speculative, not that it fit some arbitrary genre guidelines. Any sort of link or text post is welcome as long as it is about printed / text / static SF material.
Welcome to r/tolkienfans! This subreddit is a space for the Tolkien nerds of reddit to debate and discuss the whole Tolkien mythos. We emphasise serious discussion here over jokey/meme-based posts. That's not to say you have to be a LOTR scholar or Tolkien academic to post or enjoy this subreddit, but that we'd prefer not to have image macros or movie gifs filling up this forum.
Bloodborne is an Action RPG from renowned Japanese developer FromSoftware, makers of the critically acclaimed Dark Souls series.
Face your fears as you search for answers in the ancient city of Yharnam, now cursed with a strange endemic illness spreading through the streets like wildfire.
Danger, death and madness lurk around every corner of this dark and horrific world, and you must discover its darkest secrets in order to survive.
For geeks and nerds, artists, writers, philosophers, politicians and scientists alike: The creation of new worlds and new universes has been a key element of science fiction and fantasy. It can also exist outside the realm of scifi-literature and RPG-gaming as a means of exploring possibilities.
This subreddit is about sharing your worlds and discussing the many aspects of creating new ones.