The Land of Horror can be a terrifying place to spend some time in. Would you really want to be trapped in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre house? Or spend a night at the Bates Motel? Of course, you would!
You’d also like to take a ride on the Millennium Falcon or explore the planet of Pandora. Science Fiction can also be dangerous, deadly and wondrous place to explore.
In the spirit of exploration the Kali Krew Presents to you the worlds and places we’d love to explore in horror and science fiction.
“I hated the book but the idea is cool” – Lilyn
“As terrifying as I find the very concept of Persona 4 the TV World itself would be fascinating to explore” – Gracie
“Rapture in Bioshock seems neat as long as I were to go there before the Bioshock” – Shawn
“It could be fascinating and terrifying to see the world of Cradle and Grave. Yes, it’s a post-apocalyptic Earth, but it’s unrecognizable as such. Intellectual curiosity would be the reason – I wouldn’t want to stay long and be killed by one of the creatures in the Scab.” – Eliza
“If I could visit before the outbreak, I would love to see the land Kingdom is set in. I love history and culture and it is a fascinating point in Korean history. Plus, I’ve never been to Korea.” – Eliza
Where You End Up from Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
“Because it always seems to be the right place” – Bill
“The world at the end of “Wanderers” because then I’d know that’s one apocalypse that I survived. (I can bring my family right?)” – Bill
“It’s cool. Big sci-fi place with lazer sword fights. Less Jedi swords and more light saber batons” – Tiny Tentacle
“The world of Red Rising. It’d be terrifying but the science fantasy aesthetic is cool” – Cory
“It’s a bit of a stand-in for the SF genre, any number of worlds would have the same effect, but it would be great to explore a space epic/science fiction world with lifeforms and technologies so different from our own.” – Brian
“Who wouldn’t want to live in a world where gods, monsters, and 1000-year-old forces square off in a back alley gang fight.” – Brian
“A world that is simultaneously super advance and so retro they still have dragons and Vikings” – JB Rockwell
“Dammit, I want that tiny elephant under glass!” – JB Rockwell
“Honestly I just want to explore wherever the midwife goes in The Book of the Unnamed Midwife and then to follow Etta in The Book of Etta as well as The Book of Flora. I think I’d end up in the bay because of the inclusive environment and the ever-changing landscape” – Tracy
Tell us what world that you would absolutely love to explore!
GracieKat was the first co-host of Sci-Fi & Scary, Lilyn’s partner-in-crime, and sub-head of the Coolthulhu Crew. She reviews horror books, movies, and games for the site. She also does a weekly Focus on the Frightful feature, and is the site list-maker. She is also in control of the Sci-Fi & Scary podcast which will relaunch soon.
Gracie is also a member of the Ladies of Horror Fiction crew.