British artist Marc Quinn began his 'Self' series back in 1991, where he literally drains mass quantities of blood from his body, and uses it to form macabre self-portraits.
Luckily in this age of blu-ray, DVD, online streaming, digital downloads, and a myriad of other ways to get content, just because True Detective wrapped up its season last night doesn’t mean you can’t discover this modern classic for yourself. In an attempt to entice you into the series, here are some of the most horrifying things we saw.
Police are trying to unlock a macabre mystery surrounding a preserved corpse discovered last week in a suburban garage in Pontiac, Michigan.
The find is a pretty rare one, given how far beneath the surface these hairy little guys live.
Wes Naman says he's always been interested in manipulating and changing the human face in Photoshop, and when he realized he could use tape to do the same thing to actual human subjects, this fun photography series was born.
What would the infamous kitchen attack from “Jurassic Park” look like if those deadly predators were re-cast as adorable kitties? Watch this clip and find out!
Inspired by Carl's epic pudding massacre, Walking Dead fan/competitive eater Jamie "Big Bear" McDonald decided to see just how much pudding he was capable of downing, in one sitting.
The new dramatic series follows the hunt for an elusive Louisiana creature known as the “Rougarou,” or “Bigfoot of the Bayou.”
Cemetery Dance is one of the longest running and most well-known horror publishers in the game, and they recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed horror magazine. Here are some noteworthy books to add to your reading to-do list!
The Victoria's Way Garden in Ireland is home to some pretty unique sculptures, including this swamp-dwelling stone zombie.