General Dark/Horror Sites
The Dark Side of The Net
FAQ from Newsgroups:
Fiona's Fear and
Loathing - Not updated, but don't miss Dark Currents in the Main Stream and Whither Horror? Or: Will Horror Wither?
The Fright Site
Ghosts & Scholars Archive
(A) Haunted Dolls House
Horror Books & Movies at About.com
(The)Horror Section (part of disobey.com)
Horror World (formerly Masters of Terror)
Horror Writers Roundtable 2002 (AuthorsOnthe Web.com)
Horror Writers Roundtable 2001 (AuthorsOnthe Web.com)
Last Page on the Left
Literature of the Fantastic - A source of public domain fantasy, science fiction, and horror works online
The Literary Gothic - The most comprehensive guide to all things concerned with literary Gothicism online.
Locus - The online version of the leading news and review magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields.
The Modern Word - Devoted to experimental twentieth-century authors -- many of whom can be considered dark fictionists.
Necropsy: The Review of Horror Fiction - Scholarly, but accessible reviews of
horror literature and film; quarterly. (If you remember "Necrofile," it's sort of a continuation.)
Online Vampire Bibliography
(John) Pelan's Horror Core List - "Core titles" for collectors to pursue in building a modestly-priced but nicely representative horror collection
Selected Essays from Other (Unlisted) Sites:
Children of a Darker God: A Taxonomy of Deep Horror Fiction and Film and Their Mass Popularity by Roger C. Schlobin - From the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (1988)
Fantasy Versus Horror by Roger C. Schlobin - From Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature (1983)
(A Few) Thoughts on the Horror Genre by William C. Robinson - Some class notes
Is Horror Literature? by Anitra L. Freeman
Reflections on the Grotesque by Joyce Carol Oates' - From Haunted: Tales of the Grotesque
Supernatural Horror in Literature by H.P. Lovecraft - The classic essay
(The) Pathos of Genre by Douglas E. Winter - The newer classic essay
Selected Authors of Supernatural Fiction
The Univ. of Michigan's Fantasy and SF Home Pages
Violet Books: Antiquarian Supernatural Literature
Warphead.com - Creepy news and urban legends.