Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Get Your Scare Up For The K.H.F.

Hey! Guess what? Ya know all those killer Horror Fests that seem to infest the entire rest of the country from sea to shining sea often purposely diverting past Michigan (save for Detroit and Novi, obviously) in favor of greener pastures? Yeah, well, all that crap is about to seriously grind to a halt. Why? And what the hell am I spouting on about? Well I'll tell you: It's the KALAMAZOO HORROR FEST and it's dropping stake right here in my home town of Kalamazoo, Michigan! That's right kids, now we, right here in south-west Michigan can enjoy the wicked fruits of the terror tree without traveling like Gozer all over the damn map! If you live within shouting distance -and heck, even if you don't- you need to get your carcasses to the 'Zoo in October and check it out! It's gonna be a SCREAM! Click the link above to see who's all schleppin' in and discover why you, too need to go BOO in the 'ZOO!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Killer Infographic

Wow, has it really been nearly two months since I last posted here? That's kind of a shame wouldn't you say? Well, I'm going to make sure I do something about that from now on. And I think what I have for you today will more than make up for my absence. Check out this!

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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Is it Just a Story?

First off, sorry I haven't updated in a while, but I have been MAD busy at work and honestly haven't really had anything new to post. Until today.

As we all know, the internet is a wonderful resource for everything from recipes to porn, but very infrequently do we stumble upon something that literally rearranges our thought processes. I found a weird link at Gorillamask.net (a buddy of ours at Gunaxin) pointing to some odd scary web sites that immediately piqued my attention. You see, I am not easily scared at all. I'm a horror freak and fan, so it stands to reason that my tolerance level is pretty high. But when I do find the rare thing that makes my neck hair stand at attention and gives my flesh the crawlies, I'm all over it. And today, I found something.

Give yourself ample time to read this entire ordeal, because the finale is truly its ultimate reward. You'll see why when you get there. Don't be a idiot and skip through. If you don't have the time right now, then wait till you do. It is absolutely worth it. Now without handing out any spoilers, I'm not entirely sure if this is a 100% legit recount of events, or if it's something akin to Blair Witch, but either way, it'll spark your hackles. Trust me.

So, without further ado: THE CAVE

You can thank me later...

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Six-Legged Mini-Horror

Somehow, oddly, nature has been damn scary lately. First, last week, we had horrific flowers shot from the point of view of the inside. Oh, and those flowers are now dead. Anyway, this time it's the first bizarre bug I have seen this year and, luckily, it fell directly on my hand. Yeah, luckily... see, I am not a huge bug fan. If they're little, I can deal and will often pick them up and I'm cool. However, the larger you get toward half-dollar size, the less apt I am to handle and/or be anywhere in their immediate time zone. Now all of this is predicated on the simple fact that non of these are bees. Bees and I are not friends.

Anyway, this bug was quite tiny. In fact, it was only maybe a millimeter or two long. It was a lot easier to see from my own eyes and, sadly, the only camera I had handy was my phone. So, since I know you can't really see it, I've also included an image of the bug in huge size. And no, these bugs do not ever get this big. In fact, they really only ever get about as big as the one that fell on me. Oh, and they're called Tan Weevils, oddly enough. Anyway, here's your horror which obviously could be something wicked that crawls into your nostril and consumes you from your brain outward! GAAAHHH!!!


Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Garden Demons

Welcome one and all to the Found Horror for this week! Unless you count Sunday's as week-beginnings instead of week endings (and you are a moron), then I suppose this would technically be the second. Regardless, I've got something pretty cool for ya today.

Now I was going to leave hints and make you guess, but since I don't have a ton of participation from readers on the blog yet, and the simple fact that the title is kind of a dead give-away, I decided not to. So, on with it already...

Finally, after a few weeks of horrendous weather around these parts, the tulips in my wife's little garden finally decided to bloom big and tall. I mean these flowers are... well, presumably tulip-sized, I guess. But they sure look big! Anyway, as I was bending one over gingerly so my daughter could smell it (they're kinda on a raised side garden that borders the right side of the driveway) I noticed that inside the flower, where the pistil and stamens are (male and female, respectively) I noticed just how monstrous nature can really look. Sometimes beauty and terror go hand in hand... Check 'em out!

Three different flowers, three different versions of Nature's freaky flora.