Violets are blue. If you like Wednesday, try these too! Are you obsessed with Wednesday Addams, Nevermore Academy, and all things spooky? Well, you’re in luck. Here are some books and shows to keep you in the creepy mood.
A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee
Dark Academia meets witchcraft in this twisting thriller. Felicity is returning to Dalloway School one year after her girlfriend died. The school is rumored to be haunted by five students, who were supposed witches. Ellis is the new girl at school, but already has quite the following. For some reason Felicity is drawn to her. But as the girls start digging in the past, history begins to repeat itself.
The Addams Family and Addams Family Values
This double DVD is guaranteed to give you a boost of nostalgia and keep you in the creepy and kooky mood. Lost uncles, first loves, new siblings, and a murderous nanny? What more could you want?!
The Mary Shelley Club by Goldy Moldavsky
Rachel is a loner; she likes to keep to herself usually watching horror movies. She soon takes the interest of a mysterious student society called “The Mary Shelley Club.” They make her complete fear tests, each one worse than the last. As the tests escalate, the society and Rachel become the target of a serial killer.
Supernatural: The complete First Season
“Dad’s on a hunting trip, and he hasn’t been home in a while.” Two brothers are on a road trip searching for their missing dad. While they drive across country they hunt and kill monsters and save people. This show is addicting, so don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Tales of Mystery and Madness by Edgar Allan Poe
Can’t go wrong with Poe, he is one of the most famous Alumni of Nevermore Academy after all. This collection of short stories include color illustrated images to go along with each story. Each story is filled with the macabre, so prepare yourself for a spooky read. And maybe keep the lights on.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Volumes 1-3 by Sarah Rees Brennan
Sabrina Spellman knows her world is about to change; she turns 16 this October. She leads a double life, studying magic and spells with her aunts and attending normal school with her friends. Come her sixteenth birthday, though, she has to choose one and leave the other life behind forever. What choice will she make, and will it be the right one?