Filipino Monsters and Folklore 101

Photo by Kleigh Balugo Filipino mythology and folklore are rich with unique creatures that outshine the Bigfoots of American lore. Some of them are absolutely terrifying, some of them are harmless, some of them are pranksters. Inspired by Kindergarten contributor Bianca’s piece on duwendes, we wanted to delve deeper and share more of the creatures…… Continue reading Filipino Monsters and Folklore 101

Something About Stop Motion Makes Me Want to Eat My Eyes

Photo by Ash Fuentes By Ash Fuentes I admit, there’s a handful of Halloween horrors and cult classics that I haven’t yet seen which makes me a fake film buff in most categories, but I truly believe there are some movies that don’t deserve my attention. Art is subjective and of course, no one will…… Continue reading Something About Stop Motion Makes Me Want to Eat My Eyes

The Spirit Playlist

In honor of the Spirit issue and all things creepy, we picked ghostly songs for this month’s playlist. Warning! Listening to this playlist may make you feel like you’re being haunted by a troubled spirit. Listen to the playlist here Jacquelyn Rodriguez “La Llorona” by Ángela Aguilar With mysterious origins, numerous versions, and breathtaking performances…… Continue reading The Spirit Playlist


Photo by Lianelys Cabrera By Lianelys Cabrera Gone so fast never even asked my name I know I should be mad But still, I admire you from afar. I promise myself to not waste another minute never lose another moment  what could have been? But here I am, daydreaming a future that will never come…… Continue reading Haunted

Horror Movies and TV Shows to Watch This Halloween

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Brigita Przybylski Looking for movies or TV shows to watch this Halloween? Well look no further, here is a list of horror movie/TV show recommendations.  MOVIES: The Fear Street Trilogy (2021) This Netflix three-part horror film series is based on the Fear Street book series by R. L. Stine. Each…… Continue reading Horror Movies and TV Shows to Watch This Halloween

As I Return Home

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Molly Zofia As I return home In the witching hour  I feel what women fear. Streetlights burn our bodies and  Douse our skin in fire- A beacon of visibility That sets alight anxieties and Blisters with the  Aching encouragement of an Uninvited gaze. Quietly, the streets  Divine a story Predicted,…… Continue reading As I Return Home

I Remember

Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee I remember when I didn’t see them. I remember when I did. I remember days sitting on my aunt’s bed as she blow dried my hair, staring into the eyes of a young girl hiding in her closet. After a while, I asked her to keep the closet…… Continue reading I Remember


Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Francesca Bernardino This time of the year is always characterized by my pure denial that the cold, damp, dark part of the year is quickly approaching. For about a week now, I’ve been waking up for my 8am class to utter darkness. As I eat breakfast, I hope to catch…… Continue reading Anti-Fall

Corner of the Room

Photo by Brigita Przybylski By Brigita Przybylski Each night I race to turn off my lamp  And tuck my head under the covers  As fast as I can  Pulling the blankets tight against my body  Giving up breathing for sanity  No area of skin must touch the night air Lest it wants to be vulnerable…… Continue reading Corner of the Room

On “Darkwood” and Well-Crafted Horror Games

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Sydney Stoddard For those who don’t know, I have a penchant for spoop season. The vibes, the lore, the colors, the merging of mystical and magical and practical- all of it. I can pass on the outright creepy or full-blown candy corn but right in the middle with the floating…… Continue reading On “Darkwood” and Well-Crafted Horror Games