About a year ago I announced a little art project I’ve been consistently working on – my Horror Hometown coffee mugs. You can read about them first here (Horror Hometowns! ), but the shorthand is that I began making these designs for me personally, but it turns out other people seem to like them… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs – Series 2
Dragula is a web series/contest that debuted last October, and was billed as “The Search for the World’s First Drag Supermonster”. For those who don’t know, the term “drag monster” most often is used to describe a drag performer who usually incorporates elements of darkness into their costumes and performances. Or, as the show declares,… Read More Series Review – Dragula
If you’ve followed me on Instagram, you may have noticed some designs I’ve been making and slapping onto mugs. I don’t consider these great labors of art and love, but they are fun for me to make and it seems like people enjoy them as well. So allow me to officially announce my continuing line… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs!
On Thursday, a new TV-broadcast version of the cult classic musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show aired. Among my friends, associates, followers, and peers, its very existence that day seemed to bring out the worst in many of them. Almost immediately my timeline on Twitter and Facebook was filled with disdain, hate, and negativity directed towards… Read More Go Fuck Yourself, I Liked the RHPS TV Adaptation.
Eek Entertainment is the production company birthed by the wonderfully sick, twisted, and perverse (these are compliments) Armando Munoz. Mainly creating short films of varying lengths, he pushes the boundaries in almost every second of every scene. You will be uncomfortable. You will hate that you keep watching. And you will grin like a dummy… Read More The Perverted Shorts of Armando Munoz
Rodarte is a fashion brand that make strike a note of familiarity with horror fans because of their involvement and collaboration with the costume design for the psychological thriller, Black Swan. However, the brand has hit notes of horror a few times before, including looks inspired by classic Gothic aesthetics and even modern J-Horror. Upcoming… Read More Horror Eleganza – Rodarte: Psychological Fashion and Horror
I’ve been waiting to see Final Girl since I first heard about it a little over a year ago. It had a fun cast, an intriguing plot, and promised a new spin on my beloved horror sub-genre; slashers. And though it had made some festival rounds and there were pirated copies available online, I held… Read More Final Girl – A Review