Mr. Tusk Watercolor Illustration

The Walrus and The Carpenter: Kevin Smith’s TUSK

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Clicking on some links may compensate myself and the blog. Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* Republished today in memory of Michael Parks. Tusk I became acquainted with a Walrus when I was lost at sea. I would describe Tusk as a horror-comedy. I really would. I’d also describe it…

Halloween and Halloween II

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! For full disclosure, scroll to the end of this post!* 31 Horror Movies in 31 Days One year ago to the day I started this blog with a post about John Carpenter’s Halloween. I drew Michael Myers’ in his clown costume in pencil and watercolor, and wrote a piece about how…

The Midnight Meat Train Watercolor Illustration

#31: The Midnight Meat Train

Happy Halloween! Happy 31st Day of Horror! Let’s take one last ride. I promise, it’ll be quick. The Midnight Meat Train Step away from the meat. There is no arguing for The Midnight Meat Train on anyone’s “Best Of” list; it offers nothing new, nothing overwhelmingly special. If you’ve heard of it at all, it probably…

It Follows Watercolor Illustration

#30: It Follows

*The giveaway is now closed* By now you’ve realized that I like a slow build. A crawl even. This one walks with conviction. It Follows And the most terrible agony may not be in the wounds themselves but in knowing for certain that within an hour, then within ten minutes, then within half a minute,…

Susie Banyon Suspiria Watercolor Illustration

#13: Suspiria

It is by pure, perfect coincidence that I am watching this on the 13th night of October. Good karma, for sure. Suspiria Susie, do you know anything about… witches? Words can’t describe my undying love for this movie. At a time in my life when I watched a lot of basic-bitch Hollywood horror where the…

Grandmother David Lynch Watercolor Illustration

#12: Six Men Getting Sick and The Grandmother

Since we were getting a little freaky with Dead Ringers, I thought I might get away with something even more abstract for horror movie #12. In fact, let’s not watch one, but TWO. Don’t worry – they’re short (But do worry – they’re David Lynch). Six Men Getting Sick (Six Times) + The Grandmother “It’s better…

Zombie Brain Watercolor Art

#10: Fiend Without a Face

I can’t imagine a single person that wouldn’t love this movie. I also think everyone loves The Fly with Jeff Goldblum, so take this with a grain of salt. But, I’m just going to say it: if you don’t like these fiends, I don’t know if we can be friends. Fiend Without A Face I don’t mean to…

Grudge Kayako Ghost Girl Watercolor

#7: The Grudge

Why am I watching The Grudge? Couldn’t I at least pay the Japanese some respect and watch Ju-on? The answer is simple: I never intended to watch The Grudge, my copy of The Haunting (1963) has yet to arrive, and my boyfriend happens to, for some inexplicable reason, own a copy of the 2004 American remake…

Phantasm Horror Movie Watercolor

#4: Phantasm

Tonight was supposed to be Pumpkinhead, but Netflix failed me, and Phantasm arrived instead. However, the big bad Monster theme of this week will not be defeated, because when you’re talking about boogeymen, stalker types, The Tall Man shall suffice. Know what I’m sayin’? You probably don’t. Phantasm “This guy’s not going to leak all over my ice…

Halloween 1978 Horror Movie

Halloween 1978

Follow my blog with Bloglovin People are frightened of criticism. In movies, it’s thumbs up or thumbs down. 98% fresh or a dismal 12% rotten. A paragraph review in your local paper that a sixty-five year old white man wrote to let you know that the latest Spielberg effort is not nearly as good as the last.…

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