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Courtesy of Strand Releasing, Bruno Frozani and Helene Cattet’s film The Strange Color Of Your Body’s Tears is “homage to the masters of classic Italian Giallo horror” is coming to the US. Dan returns home to find his wife is missing. With no signs of struggle or break-in and with no help from the police, Dan’s search for answers […]

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With the recent release of Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, it looks like the vampire genre is getting a long overdue overhaul. This one comes our way from Hong Kong. In Juno Mak’s Rigor Mortis, a washed-up actor (self-referentially played by Chin Siu Ho, former star of Ricky Lau’s Mr. Vampire, the seminal comedic action film that shaped the Chinese genre in 80s) […]

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“The message he sends about armchair activism and the degradation of legitimate social causes in the service of greed and social branding is spot on,” Bloody Disgusting’s Evan Dickinson decided at a recent secret screening of Eli Roth’s “lighthearted cannibal film” The Green Inferno at the Stanley Film Festival in Colorado. Roth’s latest is very to his signature […]

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This is a pretty girl. Her face is bursting with geometry, folding out on itself, blooming outwards, sporing delicate mutations… another eye, another lip, another eye, another lip… Photographer Alma Haser‘s Cosmic Faces series is contra-magical surrealist. After taking portraits of her subjects, she prints and prints and prints their faces, constructing complex origami structured mirroring and distorting their […]

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What’s this? Oh, just an all American story about a medical student whose mounting student loan debt forces her to drop out, join up with a salacious underground gentlemen’s club and suddently find herself performing illegal body modification surgeries to a myriad of bizarre, goth-esque clientele. A bloody, gory, girl-centric revenge flick from… Canada? Twin sister […]

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STD cupcakes? Check. Horror cakepops? Check. Red velvet dripping bloody gore-heart? Thanks to Lilly Vanilli, officially check. This recent addition to the horror desert family: A red velvet sponge cakes filled with cream cheese and cherry glazed in blood. Will it satisfy your faux-cannibalistic cravings? Yum. Follow up with varicose vein cupcakes, severed finger toppings and maggot sprinkles, […]

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These are not the treats you are likely to see in your grandma’s oven… unless she’s aaawesome!  They’re no STD cupcakes, and yet… yum. Leeds-based baker Miss Insomnia Tulip is getting into Halloween with a series of cackepops inspired entirely by horror films. Suck on Leatherface, Michael Meyers, Freddy Krueger, Jason and Pinhead, all coming together in bloody harmony. Our […]

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From Lee Hardcastle, who brought you The Thing claymation starring cute, bloody gutty gore-covered penguins, here’s your Evil Dead II with… uh… yes, cats. It preserves the Evil Dead II life lessons, such as “Do not read from the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis” and “Modified chainsaws are nifty,” but puts some cat ears on it. Then, explodes […]

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You lucky, lucky bastards… BAMcinématek presents — Hysterical Excess: Discovering Andrzej Zulawski film retrospective. Fuck the fucking Oscars. Here’s what you do: Start with Possession, “a delirious exercise in exploitation, the avant-garde, and camp hysteria” featuring the craziest gorgeous girl in the history of dysfunctional relationships on film. […]

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Artist Christine Chin’s “fleshy kitchen accessories” take inspiration from “some of nature’s most ingenious engineering.” Milk jugs are riddled with nipples. Salt shakers stand on baby toes. The elegance of a crystal cup ‘n’ saucer is combined with the (simulated) biological enhancement of a grip-friendly human ear handle and decorative hairy trimmings. Ew. […]

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