The man looks at her and all amusement has left his face. “Did he hurt you?” He asks and his voice is still quiet, but it’s lower now and now, she feels scared, but oddly, not for herself. She feels scared for Jimmy because this man suddenly looks furious and she wonders what she has said that would cause his mood to swiftly change like that.
Nothing like a group of college kids unable to enjoy a nice party weekend in the wilderness without being attacked/killed.
Top Five Campfire Films
5.) Cabin Fever (2002)
Cabin Fever is a classic film by Eli Roth that will make you just supply your own bottle water when camping.
Some gory scenes from this film.. ick!
4.) Cabin in the Woods (2012)
Ahh yes! I actually enjoyed this film quite a bit!
This is also a traditional campfire horror film where college kids head off to a cabin over the weekend to let off some steam. and there is production crew nearby preparing to torture the kids with a collection of nightmares.
3.) Tucker and Dale Vs Evil (2010)
Tucker and Dale are attempting to fix up their cabin; they saved a college girl from drowning but her clueless friends think our innocent hillbillies are up to something more sinister; However, it’s really a BIG MISUNDERSTANDING. :)
The college kids end up accidentally killing themselves..
2.) Evil Dead (2013) & (1981)
Staying at a cabin where the previous owners left a book covered in human flesh that when reading the book out loud, you have summoned evil spirits.
This film is a cult classic and still to this day it is a heavy fan favorite.
1.) Friday the 13th (1980)
Is it just me, but anytime I go camping.. I ALWAYS THINK OF JASON!
If you ever find yourself in a Campfire Horror scenario. There are two major rules to remember…
1.) Quit Drinking, Smoking Pot and Having Sex.
2.) Bring your own reading material. DO NOT read thick books that is covered with flesh that you found in the basement. If you do read it, out of curiosity: Do not read it out loud.
Did any of these films land in your Top Five for Campfire Horror list?!
A great piece of #penandink #natureart by Osman Mansaray (@os.mansaray) of a modest but comfortable looking cabin, constructed in a forest clearing amongst some towering trees, beyond which dwells a quiet darkness that is oddly more inviting than you might expect an inky blackness could be.
Osman included a number of wonderful details and elements that make this illustration particularly interesting. Rather than draw some more realistic smoke wafting from the chimney, Osman depicted some fluffy, puffy, stippling-shaded smoke billowing from the chimney, which like someone’s fanciful dream of a smokey fireplace might have escaped their subconscious. Also, there’s the simple cabin design and the single set of footprints that makes you wonder who might be dwelling in there. I find it interesting how the dark depths of the forest are “painted” black, while the night sky is white with black points of stars. I did not question this at first, which makes me thing that it is unnecessary to always show a starry night as only existing in a realm of darkness. Osman uses light and dark to great effect in this piece, creating a distinct comfortable foreground, a distant background, and a middle ground that seems to stretch much farther than would normally seem possible on a two-dimensional sheet of paper.
The things that sets this drawing apart from other of a similar style, though, are the trees and how Osman used a skewed single-point perspective to make them appear as though the trees are much taller than the clearing they surround. Those trees create the comfortable clearing, and act as a border between the foreground and middle ground, allowing the rest of the scene to stretch into the infinite starry nighttime beyond.
Bedrooms 1 , 2 and 3 of the first ever Cabin Conversion - Featured Property is set in Thornhurst PA among the Lackawanna State Forest and will Boast Pine T & G ceilings throughout as well as Half walls of T & G, wood Floors, solid interior doors, Hickory Cabinet Kitchen with either granite or live edge countertops and wrapped on the exterior with tyvek and finished with Hemlock Rough Cut siding, stained natural for that traditional Cabin in the Woods Look and Feel!
One of my favorite movies this year was The Cabin In The Woods. I normally don’t enjoy horror movies- but this one was different. This movie turned horror on it’s head and spun it around in a fun and unexpected way. The movie is (finally!) out on DVD and Bluray today. So in celebration of this epic film, I created this piece of art, combining the movie with one of my favorite childhood book series- Choose Your Own Adventure! It seems fitting, don’t you think? Please let me know your thoughts and leave a comment if you are so inclined. I’m looking into printing this up as a poster/print in the near future- so let me know if you’re interested and I’ll email you the details when I get them nailed down. Cheers!
from @haroldapples - Great Smoky Mountains. This style I was working in sort of fell by the wayside, thinking about revitalizing it for a new project..
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