In addition to being a horror nut, I also happen to be an absolute web analytics geek. That said, I’m always interested to see what content on our website people are interested in. As with last year, we added several new contributors and we managed to knock out a whopping 284 posts in 2015!
We’ve got no plans on slowing down this year and 2016 is already off to a great start. ScareTissue is here to stay!
And without further adieu… The Top 10 Posts From 2015:
(Based On Number Of Views)
#10 – Why The Hate For Freddy Vs Jason?
An objective look at the film we waited decades for pitting Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger.
#9 – The Little Witch – An Old Tale From Ireland
A Short Movie Monday review by Trapjaw of a 2 minute horror film adaptation.
#8 – Digging Up The Marrow-Found Footage Feels REAL Again
Trapjaw’s review of Digging Up The Marrow by director Adam Green.
#7 – Lizzie (2012) – What Did I Just Watch?
Xina’s review of 2012’s Lizzie.
#6 – The Conjuring (2013) – A True Story From The Warren Files
Down from #4 last year, my original review of The Conjuring from back in July of 2013.
#5 – Halloween Awakening – A Good Addition to the Franchise
Trapjaw’s take on the direct sequel to Halloween: Resurrection created by Fuzz on the Lens Productions known as Halloween Awakening: The Legacy Of Michael Myers.
#4 – Head Cases – Imitation Of Wayne Montgomery Is Deadly
My review (originally written in March of 2014) of Anthony Spadaccini’s Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware Valley.
#3 – Tales of Halloween Is a New Classic
Trapjaw’s review of the anthology film Tales of Halloween.
#2 – Scream TV Series Plot Details Revealed
A post put together by our friends at the Who Goes There Podcast revealing some details about MTV’s Scream series.
#1 – 2015 Upcoming Horror Films
As with last year, Trapjaw put together one of the most comprehensive lists on the web for the entire year.
I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that contributed to ScareTissue this year. It was another great year and I’ve got high hopes for next year. I’d also like to thank the fans for interacting with us across social media and here on the site. THANK YOU!!!
Thanks for an outstanding 2015 folks. Here’s to an even better 2016!