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I am so Goth I am deadâŚNow!
What the f*ck can I say about the Goth subculture that could not already be summed up within my last bowel movement? They are both kind of dark, smell weird, stay in a confined area away from sunlight, and float in a bowl. Wait a minute; maybe they are different so forget I compared the two.
Goth comes with a defined set of sociological … Continue reading
New Mexico, the âLand of Entrapmentâ as the locals call it, is a swell place to go to observe Southwest culture. You can experience all of the Natives wearing the same Slipknot shirts while validating that we should have offered their great grandparents even more rotted meat and smallpox blankets. You can also witness their whining about being f*cked over by the white man all the while abusing the legal and … Continue reading
Smiley Face Killers!
When I see happy smiling faces the first thing that usually comes to mind is that I want to take a big sharp knife and slice their f*cking smile off of their smiley sunshine f*cking faces. I want to stick that blade in their sternum and gut them like a fish but continue the process up through the neck and into their smiley f*cking mouth. Does that suggest I have mental problems? … Continue reading
When I say, âsheâs hotâ in terms of judging the external aesthetics of a chick I usually do not mean that I need to wear oven mitts when sticking my thermometer into her juicy stuffing crevice. Although, if her internal temperature is not at 165 degrees I may run the chance of contracting salmonella after I eat…herâŚout. Then again, if her vaginal cavity is that hot I may be the proud owner of a burnt … Continue reading
What is horrible about the world of course is a subjective and individual interpretation depending upon many psychological and sociological factors. If you ask me I say itâs all horrible and everyone and everything sucks, and you should all die. By the way, I am a hit at parties and especially Bar Mitzvahâs because I wear my swastika and carry a toaster.
In all fairness, my general attitude toward humanity is … Continue reading
It is mankind that is responsible for all of the horrors of the real world. It is my belief that mankind is a cosmic virus in need of eradication, but that is just the opinion of a misanthrope and irrelevant within the scope of this article. Anger, hatred, and violence are at the root of many of these horrors but are they all unwarranted? This is where the concepts of revenge and vengeance come into … Continue reading
Anthropophagy is a practice traced back to the earliest of man sitting inside of a cave staring at their clansman thinking, âWhatâs that taste like?â Oh wait, allow me to enlighten you with some fancy stuff to make me sound smart. âAnthropophagyâ is a ten-dollar word originating from some Greek squiggly things meaning âhuman beingâ and âto eatâ.
For those recipients of the educational standards of the past ten years in … Continue reading
Correct change, paper transfers, and strange smells emanating from gibbering women in wool coats reading dime store love novels too close to their coke bottle birth control glasses is part of the experience of public transportation. Riding the bus is a wondrous glimpse into the ephemeral majesty of a mobile microcosm representing the diversity of average humanity. Thatâs not always a good thing.
I must confess to my using public transportation in the past. Yeah! … Continue reading
Welcome dear Horrors of Humanity readers . First and foremost allow me to state that it has been a sad week for the genre with the passing of Forrest J. Ackerman. Many horror fans credit this man as being very inspirational to their various horror genre pursuits. Fair enough, as Famous Monsters of Film land was a cool way to waste trees and piss off the hippies. I of course, do not make such declarations. … Continue reading
Beads of water quickly turn scarlet as steel repeatedly pierces naked flesh. Screams overpower the symphony of a spraying shower as the cleansing stream becomes the arterial splatter of death. The crumpling body grasps at the shower curtain in vein. Its once protecting vinyl now entangles wet and bleeding flesh as a mortuary shroud.
This is death experienced within a shower scene, one of the most famous visual examples of biological exit within cinematic horror. … Continue reading
Who says films donât influence crime? And who cares anyway? In California, a large man wearing a Michael Meyer Halloween mask raped a woman while carrying a large knife. Donald Pleasance was not there to try and shoot him.
Thereâs an old Roald Dahl story called âLambs to the Slaughterâ in which a woman beats her husband to death with a lamb, which she then serves to the investigating police officers who … Continue reading
Gore and vomit have always had a relationship, with truly gory films such as the Guinea Pig movies and the August Underground films inducing gallons of vomit across the planet.
Director Lucifer Valentine has combined the two âhobbiesâ into a new genre he calls âvomit goreâ. They feature vomit, and may cause the viewer to join in. I made it 11 minutes into his first film, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, before … Continue reading
Happy New Year and Some Dead Babies Too!
Welcome to yet another year my dear readers. That is unless you have died, then if you are dead and still reading this article that means you are the undead and should give me a call on my cell phone because I have some things I need you to do for me.
Â If you have not, well either get your eyes checked or ask the doctor for … Continue reading
It was that early hour of Christmas morning where the blackness of night still lurks its tenebrous unknown beyond the window. This was the witching hour for the excited children of the world around. It was their calling Sabbath of greed upon still innocent hearts. This was the time of wonder relegated only to youth as most parents slept their unconscious temporal death.
Young Mike and Dai silently wandered in curious descent into the living … Continue reading