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Slasher Films That Became Supernatural

In their earliest incarnations, slasher films set themselves apart from the average horror film of the time by embracing a certain semblance of realism. Prototypical slashers such as Psycho, Peeping Tom and Texas Chainsaw Massacre utilized a human killer in the place of monsters, ghosts and demons to instill fear in the audience. John Carpenter’s Halloween was the turning point …

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Henry Fuseli’s Nightmare Painting

Henry Fuseli’s painting The Nightmare represents the earliest entry of the visual arts into the Romantic and Gothic movements. Painted in 1781, The Nightmare came at a time when the Neoclassical era was coming to an end. Due to Neoclassical’s connection to the Enlightenment, the artistic movement focused on structure, restraint and objectivity in its works. The painting A Philosopher …

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Joe Metheny and his Human Burger Stand – The Real Story Behind it

Across the country you’ll find food trucks dotting the highways. You’ll find them near truck stops, tourist attractions and sometimes in the middle of nowhere. Most are run by hard working independent business owners trying to earn an honest living. Some may source the ingredients from less than ideal sources. Occasionally news will break that strikes fear and revulsion in …

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