If you're looking for some movies to set the mood this Halloween weekend, your official watchlist is right here. From horror classics like Halloween and The Shining to the family-friendly flicks, Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas, this list has something for everyone. Looking to find something beyond the classics? We've got you covered! Evil Dead 2, Re-Animator, and Suspiria are the cult classics you (never knew you) were waiting for. Read more about (Cult) Classics
Want to read something spooky for Halloween? I recommend The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco. Based on an ancient Japanese legend, Okiku was a servant girl in Japan when she was thrown down a well and murdered by the man she loved. Read more about The Girl from the Well
As the autumn chill sets in and the nights become longer a sensation of fear and goosebumps begin to crawl along our hearts. October is certainly the month of scares, which makes it the perfect month for famed horror author R.L. Stine’s 75th birthday! For many of us R.L. Read more about Spooky, Scary, Stine and his 75th Birthday
As October fast approaches, I've compiled a list of some of my favorite horror novels available here at The Urbana Free Library. With titles ranging from gory to suspenseful to terrifying, this list is not for the faint of heart. Read more about Oh, the Horror!
You know that feeling when you swear you left your phone on the table but it's not there, and later you find it in the kitchen but you don't remember leaving it there? That slow trickle of dread traveling down your spine, beca Read more about There's Someone Inside Your House
The time for creepy stories is upon us, and the talented members of The Celebration Company at The Station Theatre will be sharing a few of literature's best with us, here at the library on Halloween. They'll include stories by Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ray Bradbury and more. Read more about Thrilling Tales for Adults - with the Celebration Theatre Company