Horror Photographer Joshua Hoffine's Zombie Photo Shoot Last Stand Leads to Greatest Harlem Shake Video Ever!
At one time or another we've all checked out a Harlem Shake video on YouTube. I enjoyed the Miami Heat's version, and the "Duck Dynasty" guys had a good one, too.
He lent his considerable talents to charity earlier this year for The Horror Starlets, and now artist Clint Carney’s latest artwork is set to bow at Hyaena Gallery in Burbank, California.
Lee Howard might be as close to an evil genius as we've met in quite some time, with his most evily, geniusy project being The QuiET RoOM BeARs. For those of you who like to be surrounded by horrific memorabilia and figurines, a Quiet Room Bear might be your ultimate friend to the end.
Back in the Eighties there were certain movies I'd rent on VHS just because the cover art was so damned good. Sure, some of them ended up sucking in comparison to their flashy covers, but screw it! It was all part of the budding home video experience.
Incredible horror photographer Joshua Hoffine was recently on the pages of Dread Central for releasing the opening photo of his two-panel Jack the Ripper project. As promised, he recently unveiled the second and final part of the work, and it's as gruesome as advertised.
Fantastic horror photog Joshua Hoffine has been busy at work and has just revealed his latest project. Hoffine dug deep into the history of true crime and brilliantly selected Jack the Ripper as his newest subject.
Those of you who are familiar with the absolutely incredible work of horror photographer Joshua Hoffine know that his creations are quite simply nightmares captured by his lens. And for you new to Hoffine, think of him as Anne Geddes meets ... oh, I don't know ... Satan.
Need to ask a favor, folks. Here’s the deal: Months ago my wife and I and our friend John, whom you will meet later, decided to utilize our precious vacation time to rent a car and drive from our native Kentucky to Colorado. The goal was just to see what happened along the way. We departed on a Friday night with no reservations and a minimum of must-see destinations (the Badlands were imperative; the rest could be bypassed according to our whims at that time, at that moment).
Eye-catching artwork is something American DVD distributors seem to either take for granted or are just no damn good at, especially when it comes to selling B-movies. The Japanese, on the other hand, can make a $2 million Syfy TV movie look like a $200 million blockbuster. As a special Christmas treat, I’m here to gift you with 60 stunning examples showcasing the awesomeness of the artwork for Syfy and The Asylum Japanese DVD releases.
Remember those neat anatomical images of everyone's favorite giant monsters like Gamera, Godzilla, etc., that slipped online a while back? Well, it's time for a beast of another kind to get the same type of treatment.
Being the huge fan of Tom Six that I am, I was certainly excited when Uncle Creepy gave me the assignment of covering the brush to linen artwork of the creator of The Human Centipede franchise. Unbeknownst to many of us, Six is not only a great director and a marketing genius, but he also slings a pretty mean paintbrush. As for the subject matter, let's just say The Human Centipede is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the depths of Tom Six's madness. He is one demented dude.
Horror fans are a lot of things, but what many people outside of our circle do not realize is that we're also one of the most caring fanbases in the world. Here's your chance to prove that. From a story that just appeared over on Bloody Disgusting: