10 Gory Sites to Get Your Dose of Cheesy Horror

Let me start this post with a fair warning — if you have a weak stomach, get out while you can. Then we’ll enter the realm of the best gore on the web.

The word “cheesy” can be a bit misleading. “Cheesy” is synonymous with sloppiness and unnecessary sentimentality. However, we will try to get closer to the gruesome and morbid because there are enough gory webs on the web to show up.

The site has never been cleaned. So close the door, pull the curtain and click as I give you a dose of gore at these ten bloody horror sites.

From the streets of New York to the fringes of Nanjing, tattoo art is pretty much a subculture trend of the 21st Century. But some people can take it so far and transform their bodies into walking corpse.

BME has managed 3.5 million photos and more than 14000 videos on how to flip your body to pins, needles, and ink. It’s a ritual tattoo, cutting, and piercing resource.

As the site says — they are a community and subculture that is not common built by and for modding people.

Body piercings and tattoo art on the site might be tame for some, but for someone who hates seeing needles, tattoo details and body modifications aren’t absolute gore . Some parts of this bloody site require registration.


Movies like Annabelle and Curse of Chucky might have ruined your doll’s innocence. So this site is another knife. The website is in French, but the pictures speak the common language of “holy creeps!”

Françoise Duvivier is a wonderfully creative (and spooky) artist who uses mixed media such as collages, masks, and dolls to give life to her artistic expression.

Here’s a brief biography of her, but follow the title link to peruse her unique yet terrifying work.

There are movie streaming sites, and then there are horror streaming sites like Bloody Disgusting. The horror fan entertainment site brings you almost everything under its umbrella. Start with editorials and articles to keep up with horror movies and shows. Then watch video trailers of upcoming shows and video games. And round it up with their podcasts like CreepyBringing you creepy and creepy lore stories.

Don’t take the domain name for what it means. It’s a very scary but exciting corner of the Internet.

Read the tips on the screen before you dive into the horror webtoon. The Korean webtoon was created in 2011 and it has aged a lot after going viral after its debut. The comic is an urban ghost story with messy twists, turns, and forced scares that may not be for the faint of heart.

You can use this popular episode as a starting point to explore other creepy animated stories in The Vault of Horror: A Collection of Nightmares.

You may remember this creepy place from the James Bond movie “Skyfall”. The sense of omens is no less in the Google Street View rendering of this abandoned island. The cold background music adds to the effect. Traverse the island with the help of mice and learn more about life in the age of rampant coal mining.

You can also explore it from Google’s Arts and Culture website. Interestingly, it is just one of 505 abandoned islands in Nagasaki Prefecture.

Turn your thirst for cheesy horror into an opportunity to sharpen your trivia knowledge. The screenshot above says it all. So play the quiz and find out if you know your serial hacker from your code hacker.

Don’t forget to check out More Stuff on the site for some more of your online boredom cure.

Vote for the bloody site can eventually come to this if you take it too seriously. After all, who wants to know the date of a person’s death!

It’s an interesting site and I guess the mechanism behind it takes into account any addiction you have to calculate your age of death. The site provides the date of your death in neutral, optimisticand pessimistic modes. So make your choice and satisfy your sick curiosity.

But if you want to get serious about life, pick a date and start living it to the fullest.

As an adult, it takes a lot of convincing to buy cheesy horror things. But kids are naturally drawn to them and get goosebumps. So, let’s end our list with a “horror” site just for kids.

Scary for Kids seems like a horror website for kids. But try to find out if there’s a scary story, video, or image that makes you shiver. I can’t spot the gore here, so it’s safe to sit with your kids in front of the screen.

Maybe, a nighttime storytelling session would be more effective.

Can artificial intelligence create the best gore in the world? The MIT Media Lab uses algorithms to create scary faces and haunted places from their usual versions. Then you can vote for them and create your special gallery at the end.

The Halloween experiment is a fun way to see AI in action, but perhaps it’s also an attempt to see if the technology can engineer “fear.” We think it’s possible.

Don’t have time to browse through all the gore videos and bloody web pages? Try reading these flashy horror stories that can still get you hooked. The subreddit hosts monthly contests and you can follow the prompts to submit your own. The stories that get the most support are the winning stories.

The screenshot above is one of the winning stories.

Some interesting things you can find on the website

I decided to stop when I was ahead. These ten bloody sites are just a little bit of gore you can find on the web, and honestly, these sites are relatively tame. However, the dark side of the site isn’t for the uninitiated.

Some sites won’t pass our most liberal censorship or family-friendly readers.

It opens up a debate about the dangers of morbid gore that is being left open online. There are more than enough creepy sites out there if your taste is still cheesy horror and disgusting gore.

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