We Tell The World When Our Kids Get Bumps And Bruises, But Why Are We Silent If This Happens?

Mental health issues aren’t something to be ashamed of, but there’s still a stigma that prevents many people from sharing or even asking for help. Don’t you think it’s time we changed that? Read more: http://upworthy.com/we-tell-the-world-when-our-kids-get-bumps-and-bruises-but-why-are-we-silent-if-this-happens

Why Teens Love YouTube’s Grace Helbig

How YouTube’s “awkward older sister” is ushering in a new era of female friendship and femininity. View this image › Bret Hartman/The Washington Post / Getty Images If you know a teenage girl, chances are she knows about Grace Helbig. With over two million subscribers to her YouTube channel, Helbig is one of the new […]

30 Forgotten Horror Films That Are Worth Revisiting

1. Frogs (1972) View this image › MGM Director: George McCowan The wealthy Crockett family has a beautiful plantation on a lake in Florida. Patriarch Jason (Ray Milland) hates the natural wildlife and orders an exterminator to spray pesticides around the house. That’s when the fauna start fighting back — not just frogs, but also […]