Carver Contest 2016: Death-eating Grin

Don’t get comfortable, you deadites! Lurch on over to the stage and feast your optical nerves upon this grinning turnip! Happy, are we? The purplish, wrinkled skin is punctuated by two empty sockets. What? Don’t believe me? Have a look…go on…if you dare! A depressed nose sinks above a toothless grin—go ahead and ask yourselfContinue reading “Carver Contest 2016: Death-eating Grin”

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Carver Contest 2016: Extra Dimensional Cenobite Squash

Are you in the mood to get hooked? This cenobite squash from a hellish dimension will teach you the true meaning of pain, but you’ll probably lose a little skin. Three eyes and crowned with embedded nails—a glowing grimace will ensure recurring nightmares for all eternity.   Comment, like, and vote on this year’s Carver 2016Continue reading “Carver Contest 2016: Extra Dimensional Cenobite Squash”

Carver Contest 2016: Demonic Pumpkin Cake

This is what happens when a demonic entity possesses a pumpkin cake! Say, “Happy Birthday!” to the spawn of Satan, but don’t get too close—this devilish delectable murders taste-buds and will possess you to eat the whole damn thing. Don’t lick his icing, either, unless of course, you like flesh and bloody sprinkles. Okay, who wants to blowContinue reading “Carver Contest 2016: Demonic Pumpkin Cake”

Lock n’ Load: Aim For October’s Supermoon

  Shhh…do you hear that? Listen closely…it sounds like a witch joyriding a broomstick! Which means it’s almost that special time of year again! Little slashers and monsters will soon terrorize their neighbors for a handful of artificially flavored candy corn. Halloween is the only time of year when it’s okay to scare the shitContinue reading “Lock n’ Load: Aim For October’s Supermoon”

Guess The Monster Part: Spiky Thing

The game has ended—scroll and the monster will be revealed!   Say…you have horns and a tail, right? Perhaps you know a thing or two about real monsters! Let’s play a little guessing game, shall we?   The rules are very simple:   Study the monster part photograph Leave a comment and tell everyone whatContinue reading “Guess The Monster Part: Spiky Thing”

Can You Get Over Me?

Put daggers in my heart and twist knives into my spine, rip my skin away from the flesh, and drain my blood, drop by drop. Cut me into two halves, and then cut those halves further. Take my eyes away. Discard them on your way home. Roast my flesh in a fiery rage. Fill my soul withContinue reading “Can You Get Over Me?”

Grime Street: Filthy Crime

Wade Hackette lets the rain fall inside his black convertible as he lights a smoke. Lightning ignites a purple spider web above the rusted city, illuminating hollow towers of cement. Wade exhales a gray specter while raindrops fall off the edge of a brown brimmed hat. He parks the black convertible next to Jade Dragon—aContinue reading “Grime Street: Filthy Crime”

Fearology: Screamers

Ahhhh! Oh. Excuse me. Pardon the involuntary airy expulsion. How come bipedal mortals (humans) scream when they’re scared? Have you noticed that? Perhaps you’ve been the victim of an involuntary airy expulsion. What caused it? One of them eight-legged atrocities? A scary movie that most likely simulated the demise of a stupid drunk frat boy?Continue reading “Fearology: Screamers”

Everyday Horror: Roadkill Blues

Everything is fine and dandy until you see something dead on the side of the road. Some kind of four-legged mammal…torn open…ruby tissue…chunks of mangled biology. A feast for the crows and worms. Roadkill is something many of us see everyday. This typical mammalian sun blasted gore may even blend into the environment. Oh…there’s aContinue reading “Everyday Horror: Roadkill Blues”

Slasher: Way of the Knife

  Red hands open a kitchen drawer, and then wrap around a wooden handle. A golden shimmer from a nearby streetlamp bleeds through a window, coating the edge of a serrated knife. Thin tapered steel extends from the red hand like a predator’s tooth ready to bite. Dirty boots ascend a nearby stairwell—blobs of soilContinue reading “Slasher: Way of the Knife”