If “Stranger Things,” “Maximum Ride,” and “Fahrenheit 451,” had a baby in a world where mega-corporations owned everything you just might get “Knight in Paper Armor,” by Nicholas Conley.
The light at the end of the quarantine is just ahead my friends, but if you’re going a little stir crazy and running out of horror content to binge, there are a whole bunch of entertainment options out there for you.
One filmmaker shares his epic battle against his action figures. And the journey is fantastic.
Oni, directed by Anthony Pietromonaco, was very well produced. With great camera work, fantastic costume design and transformative special effects.
#HorrorHaikuesday with artwork from June’s featured artist, Juan Cornejo.
This night, Death stalks us,
Harvests our exhausted souls,
bringing sweet relief.
Closing lids, flashes
of red, scratches of our frail
A #HorrorHaikuesday to celebrate the new collection by @BlackKerryblick #writingcommunity #writingfam
Reanimating dreams of
Galvanic bread doves.
Art and Haiku by Jeanette Andromeda
Happy smile, Op-
-en maw, this little demon
wants to eat us all
#HorrorHaikuesday #monster #fanart by @jeanetteandrome based on the novel, “The Father of Flesh” written by @Nelfeshne
The spirits of souls
cry to the moon, mourning the
Life gone far too soon.
#HorrorHaikuesday #creepyart by @JeanetteAndrome
A little twisted,
Just a bit off. Hunter’s be-
ware, Bambi’s pissed off.