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Posted by Synlah for Roqoo Depot. And I bet you thought it was going to be about Halloween.
Tags: rutger hauer, the hitcher
Today is Halloween and one of the best things about this holiday, other than the candy, is all the horror movies on TV. In order to get into the spirit of things, I decided to review one of my favorite horror films of all time, The Hitcher. Now when I say The Hitcher, I’m not talking about the awful remake. There is, and can only be one, original: the 1986 film directed by Robert Harmon and written by Eric Red. It was a film that changed an entire country, much like Jaws did in 1975. After The Hitcher came out, no one ever looked at a hitchhiker the same way again. Continue Reading Movie Review: The Hitcher…
Tags: star wars horror
On October 7th, Charmed Life Gallery hosted the Death Star Art Show which showcased various artwork that mashed together horror and Star Wars. Some of the works are pretty cool looking. What better way to get into the mood of Halloween than checking out some interesting Star Wars horror art. Here are some of my favorite pieces.
Tags: cédric delsaux, dark lens, dubai, George Lucas
Today Cédric Delsaux’s Dark Lens hits stores. This 118 page, 13.9″ x 10.6″ hardcover capture the imagery of Star Wars with the reality of Dubai. The book also includes an introduction by George Lucas.
You can check out some of the pictures that will be featured in the book, as well as more details here.
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Tags: deluge, john jackson miller, knight errant
Comic writer John Jackson Miller has posted his production notes for Knight Errant: Deluge #3. If you’ve been reading the Knight Errant series, you won’t want to miss out. John’s production notes cover all sorts of interesting details you won’t find elsewhere, and it’s the sort of behind-the-scenes glimpse not too many writers share. Deluge #3‘s notes cover John’s ideas on where he wanted to head with this arc, as well as some cool trivia. You can click here to read the production notes on John’s site Faraway Press.