Sure a few of my faves :
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1&2 - 3 was a mess - then the 2003 remake was really good
Evil Dead 1&2
Halloween - the original 1&2
Halloween - the Rob Zombie remake
House Of 1000 Corpses
The Hills Have Eyes
Last House On The Left
Nightmare On Elm Street
The Amityville Horror
Friday The 13th 1&2
Night Of The Living Dead
Dawn Of The Dead
Day Of The Dead
Lucio Fulci - all of his movies are insanely realistic with the gore but it’s the way it’s presented, the movies aren’t that good tho. Zombie is one of my fave zombie movies in how they look & the gore. The door splinter scene is so cringeworthy & there’s the shark vs zombie scene!
Hope this helps anon
Most people don’t know this, but goblins can make each other out of anything. They can be carved from clay or wood, or woven from thread and yarn, or tied together out of old pots and pans and dusty blankets. All they really need are gemstones to set in the eyes, and a bit of fire for the heart.
And so they go out into the surface in the dead of night and collect the garbage, the junk, everything left behind in sad, abandoned places and bring
it all down in their dens to remake it into something new. And when they die they take each other apart–scavengers, they might be called (because it might be true,) though cannibals is harsh to their mind–and send the broken bodies off to be buried. But the eyes–those eyes are precious. The newborns cannot live if they cannot see.
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A series of drawings I made for class! Illustrating an idea I’ve kicked around for awhile now about goblins, and junkyards, and different ways of making life happen.
As you probably know, George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead is in the public domain. That’s why there are so many remakes and spin-offs produced, so I always appreciate such things when Romero is on board.
Romero is teaming with bestselling author Jonathan Maberry (Rot & Ruin, Patient Zero) to edit Horror of the Living Dead, an anthology of all-original stories set in the 48 hours surrounding Romero’s landmark film.
Perhaps the most exciting aspect is that Romero himself will pen a story. As if that weren’t cool enough, Night of the Living Dead co-writer John Russo is also contributing a piece.
Other authors include Maberry, Isaac Marion (Warm Bodies), Chuck Wendig (Star Wars: Aftermath), Craif Engler (Z Nation), Joe Lansdale (Bubba Ho-Tep) and Brian Keene (The Rising).
The full list of contributors can be found below. No word on a release date yet, but the book will be published by Griffin.