Tyler Skluzacek was inspired by the experiences of his father, an Iraq war veteran, to design the myBivy app.
A game like this booted up on a dark night when you’re completely alone seems like a sure-fire way to shit your pants.
If the new trailer is any indication, the latest documentary from Rodney Ascher (last seen deconstructing The Shining with Room 237) is going to deliver what it promises: nightmares. The Nightmare takes on the peculiar phenomena of sleep paralysis and night terrors.
Behold a smart phone game so clever/horrifying we’ll probably never play it. Night Terrors is a game that puts ghosts into your home. Never use your phone again!
Imagine the person sleeping next to you suddenly sitting bolt upright and screaming wildly. You try to console them, but they don't respond. Then, after a few minutes, they fall back asleep as if nothing happened. No, they didn't have a nightmare. It's called a night terror. Here's what you need to know about this…
Conceptual photographer Nicolas Bruno has suffered from sleep paralysis since he was 15. In confronting the visions, and feelings of fear and helplessness, that can accompany this phenomenon, Bruno has discovered that transposing the notes from his sleep-paralysis journal to his photoshoots provides him a powerful…