Happy Halloween! Here is a comic Andrew and Kelsey made a while back that showcases a variety of vampires, and how to destroy them. It’s our hope that after reading this comic, the reader will not only be aware of the many forms a vampire may inhabit, but that the reader will be well-prepared if they were to meet one of these fanged menaces. Here is the full comic in digital form. Print copies available on demand. Happy hunting! Continue reading
What’s scarier than a movie poster? A moving poster! We’re going all out for Halloween this year with Total Request DIE. Before there was TRL, there was a music video countdown run by MTV’s brightest VJ stars. On their all-night Halloween special, the tapes are switched with messages from a killer, forcing them to continue the night’s countdown on-air, or people will die. This is the bone-chilling, pulse-pounding story of how Carson Daly got his start, and became history’s greatest monster.
With special guest Robert James Algeo! Our guest made this amazingly spooktacular wiggle picture! Check out inabsentiapress.com for more of his incredible work.
This week Kyle takes us on a voyage to the mysterious town of Outsbutt located up near the peaks of the two cheek shaped mountains. Key features of the region include: A lazy population that hates all order, a really big dead bird that the townspeople hate and may be an elder thing, and a lovely view of the countryside. Wait… What’s that big flapping thing off in the distance!?!
It’s a back to basics slasher where the killer puts a college class to the test. If they get the question wrong, they die. If they get the question right, he takes their brain for his own. And no one knows the madman’s identity because they wear a “troll doll” mask that looks suspiciously like Einstein.
It’s the most frightening time of the year. That’s right: Shocktober! So crack open a nice hot pumpkin latte and get the edge of your seat all warmed up for this year’s slew of frightfully terrifying horror movies.
We kick off the month with the not at all funny story of one man’s lethal combination of naivete and selfishness that leads to the massacre of a raging Halloween party. He’s the next Mr. Krueger or Mr. Meyers, you guessed it. It’s Mr. Bean!
We’re channeling David Lynch for this creepfest of a film. The Reception builds tension and anxiety all the way to the last image of the movie, which also happens to be the scariest. A couple arrives at a destination wedding that tests their relationship and individual resolve. First, as he gives his speech, the lead is forced by the groom to sing a song in front of the entire party. His embarrassment blisters into paranoia as the night continues. All he wants to do is return to his quiet hotel room. But he can’t leave without his soon-to-be fiancee, who seems to either be avoiding him or completely disappeared into the night. And it only gets worse from there…
What is a mummy but a cocoon? And if a mummy is but a cocoon then what is the butterfly? This week Andrew and Kelsey turn the mummy movie genre on it’s bandaged head. A group of explorers unwrap a mummy and catch a mouthful of curse spores that visit upon a small town all of the plagues of Egypt. This poster shows a blown up image of a single cell of the curse spores. Move over Tom Cruise, there’s another movie about mummies in town.
This week’s poster is a real life image based on a movie about a haunted apartment building and the roommates that live there. Two plucky 20-somethings move into an apartment with some pretty noisy neighbors, only to discover that their neighbors have been dead for hundreds of years! It’s a real nail-biter as our lead tries to dispose of the misburied remains before his possessed roommate gets the best of him.