How about some good old fashioned, fun lowbrow today?
Singapore based artist Sidd Wills serves up a hearty helping of bones, guts, ooze and rot.
Fellow horror fans…I confess I felt remiss in my duties when I discovered there were a number of 80’s Christmas Horror Movies I haven’t seen. A kind reader sent me this list.
Luckily, 80’s Horror has compiled a nice list of every Christmas horror movie made in the decade. How many have you seen?
They also note two awesome TV episodes (which were staples of my childhood): Tales from the Darkside- Seasons of Belief…
Check out 80’s Christmas Horror Movies.
Since we’re now getting inundated with holiday cheer at every turn, I thought I’d provide some balance via Otto Lehtonen (aka Eemeling).
Jacqueline Gallagher skillfully mixes vivid beauty with a sense of revulsion in her lovely ladies (and animals) of the undead persuasion.
I’m painter of Zombies and the Disturbed. Or Disturbed Zombie Painter…I forget which. These figures are contractions, beautiful and grotesque at the same time.
They float through their worlds driven by craving, vanity, and addiction, caught in moments of comedic indulgence. They put themselves on display for the world as their bodies and minds slowly decay. This is how I see myself and most everyone around me. We are the Dead Living, but we sure do look good.
I urge you to drop everything and watch the inimitable Morgan Freeman in the role of a vegetarian vampire (he starred in The Electric Company 45 years ago). Within 10 seconds, you’ll realize the combination deadpan delivery and exaggerated vaudevillian charm is nearly impossible to describe…but utterly fantastic.
I’ve actually never seen this show. Has anyone watched it?