Retro Slasher Movie: Night School (1981)

by  on Jan.26, 2012, under horror movies, Retro Horror Movies, Slasher Movies

I’m a huge fan of 70′s and 80′s horror movies and I still run across the occasional retro flick I haven’t seen. Recently I came upon a great forgotten slasher gem called Night School starring the very beautiful Rachel Ward. Someone is beheading women and leaving their heads in some strange places. A detective assigned to the case soon finds a link between the victims, they all attended night school at a local girls college. Suspicion falls upon a college professor who apparently spends all his spare time having affairs with as many students as possible. He’s also diddling his research assistant played by Rachel Ward. The story takes some twists and turns and has some amazing kill scenes. You’ll probably see the twist ending coming long before its revealed but its still well worth your time.

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“found footage” movie Atrocious is another boring Blair Witch knock off

by  on Jan.24, 2012, under found footage, horror movies, reviews

So Bloody Disgusting.com has released a Spanish language film called Atrocious. I’d heard some good things about it and was more than a little interested in seeing it. BD has a bit of a reputation as one of the best sites for horror movie news so if they are getting behind this film is must be something cool right? No, not so much. Atrocious is a boring Blair Witch knock off with less woods and more house with a big twist ending that when finally revealed will make you say: “oh, that’s kinda neat I guess..”

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Special Discounted Package for Homeless Haunt Art!

by  on Jan.21, 2012, under Uncategorized

Haunted House art
From time to time I make concepts for haunts that don’t get accepted and those concepts usually get scrapped or modified. Hey, it happens! The artwork to the left was made for a haunt last summer but it wasn’t what the client wanted so it was scrapped. This week I went back and looked at this concept again and really liked it! In fact its one of my favorites from the last year. So instead of scrapping it I’m doing a special discounted package for this piece of art that will go to the first haunt that contacts me about it. The art is ready to go all we have to do yet is make the site template and flash header. This Special Brain Chomping Zombie Package includes the following:

- Full lifetime license on the Haunted house artwork pictured
- Creation of logo for your event or we’ll add your pre-existing logo to the artwork
- Flash enhanced website with animated flash header using the artwork and logo
- Full website with up to 9 pages of content
- Mobile version of site
- 1 year of web hosting
- Flyer, coupon, ticket designs with up to 1 more designs based on licensed artwork or artwork you provide.
- Service and support ending 11/30/2012*

This package is our popular Brain Chomping Zombie package and normally costs $2100 but this ready to go package with the artwork pictured is being offered at just $1500.00! That’s $600.00 off!!

The package is being sold as is with all the features listed and the artwork pictured and that’s not negotiable. If you’re a first year event then this package will give you everything you need to make a big impression this year and save some big bucks in the process. HOWEVER You need to act fast because I only have one of these packages and once its gone, its gone. I don’t resell artwork to separate markets like some of my competitors! This artwork will be yours and yours only if you purchase this package! CALL ME NOW AT 614-408-3137 or email me here!

Give this Art a Home and act now!

 

What is SOPA and why you should care if its passed

by  on Jan.18, 2012, under Internet privacy

Today you are likely seeing a lot of messages on your favorite sites that are denouncing a bill in Congress called SOPA or the “Stop Online Piracy Act”. I get that most people don’t know or care a bit about this issue and just want Wikipedia to be back up. But Wikipedia, like many other sites today, is trying to impress on the public what could happen under this act. The people behind this bill are the record companies and movie studios and they want the power to basically make a website disappear from the internet if they infringe on their copyrights. Now I am not for Piracy but this bill is like taking a hatchet where a scalpel should be used. For example lets say you post photos on Flickr and use it all the time, like me. Then some jerk off puts copyrighted photos on their flickr feed. In theory this bill could allow the copyright holder to petition US ISP’s (ie: Comcast, time Warner, etc) to black out Flickr because they have a user infringing on a copyright. Its “One guy ruining it for everyone” to the max. Its a bad bill and it gives way too much power to government, record companies, and studios. This is only one facet of the bill, they can also force google to remove it from search results and much more! So when your pissed that you can’t access Wikipedia today, keep in mind that this is a real possibility if we don’t voice our opposition to the SOPA bill. Visit http://sopastrike.com/ for more information on how you can participate!