Hello everyone!

Hello everyone!

Joynson1995's picture

Hello everyone! I am new to the message boards. I am a huge horror fan, and I use to used to be a member of HouseOfJigsaw, and the Saw boards on IMDb. Anyways, how are you guys?

What are your favorite horror films? I love the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre from 1974, Halloween, Friday The 13th, and Saw. Anything by James Wan, and Wes Craven also. 

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ladygaga1977's picture

hey welcome to fearnet Joynson hope you enjoy your stay here, my favorite horror villian is Jason Vorhees, i also love paranormal and pyschological thrillers, I loved the Saw movies, i am also a big asian horror fan, the movies are just plain creepy and good.

 

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amandamoe's picture

hello! 

I'm doing alright, hope you are too. If youre a huge horror fan, then you came to the right place. 

I'm an infection/zombie girl at heart, some of my favs are Res.Evil, Dawn of the dead, rec, and 28 days later. but of course I love all types of horror movies, from creepy aisan to low-budget blood fests!

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thecarpenter666's picture

heyjoynson,, what a joyful name ,, bit of a saw head are you ,, fairplay , !!<, i think i am well into foriegn horror for now, particulary the spanish scene, !!dont know why cant understand a fookin word they say!!<>, anyhow welcome aboard!!

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rift267's picture

welcome to the fam! im into EVERYTHING!!!!

mentllmatt's picture

  WELCOME THE BLOODIER,THE BETTER!!!

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Jordan Eagles - HEMOFIELDS

Krause Gallery - September 5th-October 16th

 

In HEMOFIELDS, Eagles introduces a completely new series based on the various colors and
textural components of blood as it reacts during the resin’s curing process, along with new
minimal works created with blood-soaked gauze stretched over black acrylic boxes. In the
presence of light, the blood's iridescence and the fabric’s suspended grid pop from under and
between the multiple layers of clear resin. The works retain and vibrate the light, illuminating
lustrous pools of reds, crimsons, oranges, browns, and blacks above their copper backing. Overall,
Eagles’ new works are remarkably luminous, as the blood permanently maintains its rich colors
and natural textures.
Describing his new series, Eagles says: “These new works are a reduction of process and a
collaboration between control and nature. The works offer an allegory of death to life but focus
on the colors, textures, patterns and inherent energies of this sacred material.”
Eagles has been using preserved animal blood, procured from slaughterhouses, in his signature,
multidimensional works for over a decade. Through his experimental, self-invented process, the artist applies blood to layers of clear plexiglass and then permanently preserves the organic material with layers of resin, allowing the high-gloss surfaces to suspend the fluid forms.

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thecarpenter666's picture

well done ,, think i would rather slit my wrists , and watch that instead !!!

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thecaller's picture

WELCOME!!! I am a big B-MOVIE fan but i do like the suspense horror themes.

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HELLFIGHTER's picture

WELCOME TO THE FEAR. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. . . . . . . thats our ADMIN working on the site. Be patient.

Love ANY kind of horror that is atmospheric, creepy, moody from any country, any time. Just bring it ! NOT big on flicks without the mood as I prefer creepy to gorey but a mix of the two is the best. LOVE creature features as they are sorely lacking lately.

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