William Friedkin's The Exorcist was made available in Japan a year after its release in the United States. To celebrate its arrival the grandmaster of Japanese horror manga, Kazuo Umezu, made this awesome mixed media The Exorcist comic. It was created for the July 7th issue of Shonen Sunday in 1974. I love the experimental way that it combines film stills with loud and colorful horror drawings.
I recently bought a cheap critter cam for our backyard. We have a small pond with a waterfall and we kept seeing the plastic lily pads and pond plants being violently disrupted and we lost at least one of our goldfish (to a giant egret). So, I bought the camera, set it up pointing at… READ THE REST
Many people consider The Lion of Gripsholm Castle to be one of the worst examples of taxidermy known to man. The lion looks like a cartoon character from hell. This poor cat shouldn't have been held in captivity in the first place. It's unknown whether the taxidermist made the lion look this way on purpose… READ THE REST
This off-beat Mickey Mouse costume was worn by a live monkey in the 1934 kid's film March of the Wooden Soldiers. The way it moves is totally uncanny. It looks like something that rose up from hell. I wish they would have used a marionette puppet instead, though. I can't imagine how torturous it must… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. The holidays are around the corner, and the holidays are a time to show gratitude to others. We're thankful for you this time of year, so we're showing our appreciation by… READ THE REST