19 More Two-Sentence Horror Stories To Send Chills Up Your Spine

Because our last posting of 21 Two-Sentence Horror Stories was so popular, we wanted to bring you 19 more similar style horror tales that will really tingle your spine.

On top of that, several loyal Dread Central readers got in on the fun and contributed their own two-sentence horror stories. So we've collected some of the best and creepiest ones in this one handy spot for your convenience.

Check out the following pages to see if your story made the cut this time.

Enjoy these small-bite horror stories, and don't blame us if you get creeped out while reading them alone in the dark! Make sure to add your own two-sentence horror stories in the comments section below. Who knows? Your short story may appear on Dread Central in the future!

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from Facebook Fan Tim S. Williams

from Brandi Grosso

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World Leader Pretend: Top Ten Political Figures In Film

To celebrate the imminent release of Roman Polanski’s latest (and possibly last) film, The Ghost, I’ve put together a top ten list of political figures who have been portrayed in cinema by some of our finest actors. Whether they are contemporary, historical or in some cases, made up, politicians have run the whole gamut of film genres. They have been cast as heroes, villains, clowns and tragic figures with Shakespearean-like downfalls.

The corridors of power echo with intrigue, corruption and calamity. The list presents both real and imagined political characters to highlight their dexterity as cinematic figures and also to stop it from being completely boring.

Please feel free to comment and add your own suggestions.

Bruno Ganz as Adolph Hitler (Downfall)

There have been quite a few depictions of the 20th century’s greatest monster, but nobody nailed it quite like Bruno Ganz in Der Untergang (Downfall
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'The Cottage' DVD Release Gets Bumped to May

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has moved the release of their DVD release of The Cottage from April to an official May 13 date. The Paul Andrew Marshall directed horror/comedy should retail at around $24.96 and will be presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen, along with an English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround track. Extras will include deleted scenes, outtakes, a storyboard gallery, and a bonus digital copy of the film. "The Cottage" is a black comedy horror pic set in the remote countryside, about two brothers who bungle the kidnapping of the daughter of a crime boss and then stumble across a dark rural secret.
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