It’s that time of year! Christmas music EVERYWHERE, glitter on everything, creepy life-sized Santa figures at the Chinese buffet…
Whether we like it or not, Christmas dominates the malls, the tv, and the radio. But thanks to Etsy, horror fans everywhere can at least make it a little more tolerable. Observe:
Day of the Dead His and Hers Christmas Stocking
Zombie Christmas Cards (Art by Robert Walker)
Ho Ho With a Shotgun
(Click on item descriptions to visit their artists’ respective Etsy shops. I’m not affiliated with any of these sellers.)
One of my favourite things about blogging is finding new content. Most of it is as new to me as (I hope) it is to you, which means I get to discover new things all the time.
Sometimes I find brilliant little gems. Like Suckablood.
I don’t remember the last time I saw a film so flawless. I loved EVERYTHING about this: the casting, the makeup, the set, and of course the story. I wouldn’t change a single thing.
I hope you love it as much as I do.
(note: the film has been entered in the Driven Creativity Competition. If you enjoyed it, please vote; I’d love to see more from these folks! I am not in any way affiliated with this movie, other than being an instant fan.)
This picture’s a .jpg — it shouldn’t move. It’s just a picture, right?
But if you look closely, really closely, I think I can see her breathing…
(via Hell Yeah Horror Manga.)
See Jane. See Jane laugh. See Jane put the kitty in the boiling water.
See Mother. See Mother fill the bathtub. Drown, daughter, drown.
See the rest of Happy Family here.
(art by Laura Shill, captions by yours truly)
Need a bloody little gift for your darkest Valentine?
Click to see the silver version
from The Great Frog, London
Check out the tiny rubies! When you want to tell her you bleed for her…
(via Huffington Post)