Thursday, July 28, 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Highbury How-To

GREAT instructions on making a foam tombstone over at the Highbury Cemetery blog.

Click below:

Tweens To Be Tried As Adults In Slender Man Attack

My Roots scarecrow has surfaced again in affiliation with the dreaded Slender Man.

The caption is hilarious, beings I never heard of Slender Man back when I built him...
"An artist's depiction of the Slender Man, a popular Internet meme."

Click below for the story:

Haunted Acres

Images by TheNextMartha.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Wonder Woman

Kong: Skull Island

I'm in.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Revisiting Screaming Scarecrow

More images here.

Engineers Are Not Space Jockeys?

I love that other people are as troubled as I am about this.

The comments section is the best, as most folks ignore the simple fact that Ridley Scott did, in fact, try to explain that the Space Jockey [non-humanoid-shaped] creature was actually just a humanoid in a [illogically-designed] space suit.  
That said, I still reject it.  
There's just no way.

Click below...

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Ash Vs Evil Dead Red Band Trailer

Totally Red Band...


Who are they to decide if 83 and sunny is 'delightful'?

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Posted By Alice Cooper

This is kinda crazy to ponder.
And beyond exciting.
I love this.

Huge thanks to Mike at Highbury Cemetery for sharing this with me!

And here's his Facebook page.

Happy 30th, ALIENS

Monday, July 18, 2016

Stranger Things

Only 2.5 episodes in and we love this series.
And the music is its own character.

Click below for an extended mix of the main theme by Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon...

Found the track on the awesome High Noon Records blog.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

More Carpenter

An excellent post over at the awesome Highbury Cemetery blog.
Some great photos and a terrific video...

Click below:

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Horror Genres And Sub-Genres

Halloween III Flair

Awesome buttons from The Devil's Workshop.

Click below...

Thursday, July 14, 2016

500 Years Of Satan

In the 16th and 17th century, grisly paintings of the Evil One were intended literally, Barryte says.”They were meant to have a moral effect, which is why artists made him awful looking. Even if you were educated, you would wonder, ‘What if?’ No matter how skeptical one might be today, there was real faith underlying this imagery.”

The Enlightenment began to change that. As our conception of evil shifted, so did our personification of the devil. “He becomes more human, even romanticized, after the popular revolutions of the late 18th century, especially the French Revolution,” Barryte says. In the 19th century, the devil was often depicted as a “shrewd and wily dandy,” a Mephistophelean figure who would trick you out of your soul, not brutally tear it from you. “Fear is no longer his most effective tactic,” Barryte says. “And in the 20th century, he all but disappears except in advertisements.”

Click below for the article:

From the always-awesome TheoFantastique blog.

A Willow Cove Crow

From the Willow Cove Haunt blog.

Now Playing: Glassworks

The Mausoleum

By Trace Roadrash.

Legacy Effects Shop

Wednesday, July 13, 2016


Writer/director Karl Mueller's (Mr. Jones) second feature film, on Netflix July 15th.
Looking VERY forward to this one.

Click below for the trailer.

Thoughts Of Trick 'R Treat 2

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016