I find writing gore based horror to be rather difficult. It’s hard to truly, viscerally terrify an audience without a truly excellent description; nothing is less scary than poorly described gore. I find that less is more with these sorts of things; the real key is not necessarily long paragraphs of graphic description, but carefully selected details that evoke empathetic pain in the reader. If the reader is able to visualize easily the horror being inflicted, it is much more effective than them having to spend precious more seconds deciphering the imagery you’re describing. Simple, almost childlike descriptions I find, to me, are more effective in sheer tonal dissonance–describing the gruesome as mundane seems to evoke more fear in this regard, or so I’ve seen.
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