Thursday, December 30, 2010
Monday, December 27, 2010
Thursday, December 23, 2010
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A serial killer is burning away the flesh of his victims with acid, leaving only the bones behind. The police turn to Hyun-min, a former forensic sculptor adept in reconstructing faces by examining and interpreting skulls. With the victim's bones in his house, Hyun-min's daughter begins to experience disturbing visions. As he races against time to find the answers and save his daughter, the deadly truth behind these victims reveals a sinister conspiracy that threatens everyone involved.
Monday, December 20, 2010
What they don't know is that this train has no intention of letting them arrive alive at their destination. They're young, they're strong, and that means they're perfect victims for a group of crackpot doctors to kidnap, torture, and ultimately use their body parts and organs in a weird donor-transplant scheme.
There is one lone female who survives, and it's through her eyes we see all the carnage inflicted upon the college students.
Think "Midnight Meat Train" with a female hero. Think of any mad slasher/serial killer who chops up countless victims, while a single teenage girl manages to elude his clutches, only on a train.
I have to admit, the gore is pretty spectacular, but the biggest problem sticking in my craw was the fact that these people would slice open and extract organs from their still-living victims without any kind of sanitary containment whatsoever. The walls are grimy, the slabs are caked in dried blood, and the whole place reeks of filth, and we're supposed to believe these organs are being placed in other people, and those people survive?
Saturday, December 18, 2010
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Thursday, December 16, 2010
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Saturday, December 4, 2010
For those of you who have ever tried to imagine the Beatles as zombies, here’s your chance. A friend sent me this pic, and while I was googling, trying to find who to credit for the lithograph, I came across some really creepy imaginings of the Fab Four.
If you feel like surfing the net, type in “zombie Beatles”. Then sit back and have fun!
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Japanese photographer Miwa Yanagi has come up with some fantastic photos in tribute to her love of American and Japanese fairy tales. Check out her site here for more (including the "Windswept Women".)
For those of you who don't know, the orignal story of Red Riding Hood by the Brothers Grimm told of the wolf eating both Red and her grandmother. It was Red's screams that brought the woodcutter to the grandmother's house to investigate. Upon seeing the wolf lying sleepily on the floor as it tried to digest its meal, the woodcutter chopped off its head, then split open the animal's belly, to reveal Red and her grandmother still alive inside.