The infamous set-piece from Lucio Fulci's gore epic is now immortalized in this grisly hand-sculpted polyresin statue, signed by the “victim” John Morghen!
Creepypasta, for those who don’t follow this particular flavor of fiction, is a short horror story that’s distributed primarily via the internet.
Why waste time digging through your closet for that old Ouija board when you can make it the centerpiece of your living room? Find out how to build your own!
Comic artist and D&D enthusiast Patrick Sean Farley cracked open the classic “Monster Manual” for his chilling and realistic digital art creations.
The surreal mixed-media works of Valerie Hegarty begin like traditional art pieces, then seem to collapse into chaos, destruction and death.
Using simple tools like clay and paint, Olivier de Sagazan builds creepy layers of art atop his own face, which melt, blend together and peel away.
The 32-year-old artist mixes the ashes of the deceased with paints, craft glues and resins, which literally allows him to paint pictures of the dead, using their cremated remains.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, as they say, and artist David Irvine firmly believes that to be true!
The intricate carvings of artist Maskull Lasserre transform pianos, tools, furnishings, books and more into surreal skeletal creatures, human body parts and bizarre weapons.
Measuring 42-feet long and weighing an astounding 2,500 pounds, the long extinct species of mega snake was so massive that it was capable of sucking down crocodiles in a single gulp.