Knauf’s poetry is cinematic, creating vast landscapes and scenes, on bridges, between land and sky.
Halloween is coming. The time of year when we take our worst fears and transform them into cute dancing skeletons, fake blood fountains, plastic tombstones with puns on them, and sexy-scary costumes of vampires and lingerie kitties.
Reminiscent of Clive Barker, Vidito delves into the dark corners of love, sex, and madness with language that drips raw off the page.
It’s the equivalent of being pushed into the ocean without warning, and you’re forced to decide if you’re sinking or swimming—I swam.
“You just have to stare at a screen and let the monsters come at you.”
“Eyes are kept open, lined with small needles, lest they blink and let loose the blood.”
“I’m not just a history geek, I’m an art geek.”
“After bathing in the blood of several children.”
“but still you come looking for her body”
“Why the fuck did they make another movie about evil children.”
“Your eyes bleed, your soul cries, but you can’t fucking stop.”
It was possibly the funkiest and most relaxed interview setting I’ve ever been in.
Brian Keene has single-handedly rewritten the zombie genre with THE RISING and its sequel, CITY OF THE DEAD.
A group of people get trapped inside a movie theater filled with demons.
Her smile was sharp and immediate; her eyes were twin voids.
How did my pain get so big?
“Not recommended for: novice trippers, Reagan Republicrats, copywriters with ideals intact (both of you), nor especially RayBan-wearing dictators.”
“I saw two men with carts, with horses attached, who looked like they were dressed as service workers from the early 20th century.”
“There was no way I could do a body horror list and not include Brian Yuzna’s Society.”
“I try to meditate on talking bats and planets made of chocolate as much as possible, so that my ratio of bizarre to boring will tip further into the strange.”
“Eat the apple. Drink the drink. Eat the pot brownies from the wicked witch.”
“Guaranteed to give you and your potential lay the weirdest boners imaginable, lady or otherwise.”
“Escaped psychopaths? Check. Teenaged babysitters? Check. Buckets of blood? Check. Yet some of the films on the following list also offer plots that at least try to bring something different to the table.”
“Never in all my years of watching cinema have I been so simultaneously perplexed and unnerved by a film.”