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…

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,…

Heidi Hawthorne The Lords of Salem Watercolor Illustration

#28: The Lords of Salem

Time for another big-ass load of feminism. Hold onto your butts. The Lords of Salem Have you come here to stick your nosy cock inside her head and fuck her brain, Mr. Matthias? This is unabashedly my favorite movie of the last couple years. I’ve been a believer in Rob Zombie as a game changing filmmaker…

Doll Face Woman The Strangers Watercolor Illustration

#27: The Strangers

No, this isn’t the movie you were looking for. The Strangers -Why are you doing this to us? -Because you were home. Let me start by telling you a sad, sad story about how Netflix dupes me on the daily. Yes, I should have checked to make sure Beyond the Black Rainbow was still streaming. Yes, I…

Red Coat Don't Look Now Watercolor Illustration

#26: Don’t Look Now

It’s the last week of October and the last week of the HorrorThon – what to watch? Favorites. And here’s yours Don’t Look Now She says it’s like a city in aspic, wrapped over from a dinner party where all the guests are dead and gone. When I asked for your favorite horror suggestions, I…

Dennis Alan The Serpent and The Rainbow Watercolor Illustration

#25: The Serpent and The Rainbow

You may have noticed I haven’t watched a single zombie movie in the last 25 days. Here we go: The Serpent and The Rainbow Don’t let them bury me; I’m not dead! Okay, so, it’s not a zombie movie. Not like these guys, or this girl, and especially not these guys. Many of you are disappointed, but I’ll…

Sydney Scream 2 Watercolor Illustration

#24: Scream 2

In less than a year, Wes Craven was back directing the second installment of the hit horror film of the decade. A sequel about sequels, Scream 2 is, well, the same thing all over again. Scream 2 The entire horror genre was destroyed by sequels. One look at the cast and you know everybody’s agent…

Ghostface Scream Watercolor Illustration

#23: Scream

This one’s for the kids. And by kids, I guess I mean people my age, so, grown-ups. This one’s for grown-ups. Scream  If you were the only suspect in a senseless blood bath, would you be standing in the horror section? This was just it. This was what you wanted to see, sneak into, rent, own,…

Mommy and Daddy The People Under The Stairs Watercolor Illustration

#22: The People Under the Stairs

This weekend, I want to celebrate Wes. The People Under the Stairs That’s who Daddy’s hunting. If you were a child of the 80s or 90s, Wes Craven’s horror stories were your horror stories. From A Nightmare on Elm Street on, this was the man making the movies you weren’t supposed to watch. The back of…

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