Josh Cooley has drawn up memorable imagery from films like Jaws and Alien in the kid-friendly fashion, and on February 25th he will be releasing a book that collects together all of the artwork.
French artist Patrick Massobrio is doing his own part to keep the VHS format alive and kicking.
This brilliant series from Brazilian artist 'Butcher Billy' depicts Patrick Bateman as everyone from Bart Simpson to Captain America.
Dubbed 'The Three Fates of Mona,' the vector illustrations mash the famous painting up with the likes of Carrie White, Jason Voorhees and Hellraiser's Chatterer.
What's your biggest fear? A spider crawling into your mouth while you sleep? Being buried alive, perhaps? Or how about something a little less horrific, like public speaking?
By making violent ads much more violent, the artist hopes to make people think about the fictional violence we pass by every day, without even thinking twice about it.
It's kind of interesting that An American Werewolf in London was Starr's introduction to the genre, because his art very much reflects that blend of humor and horror that's on display in the film.
Gremlins, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter were all released in that one epic year, along with other fan-favorite gems such as C.H.U.D, Children of the Corn and The Toxic Avenger.
Jamie Scanlon uses his paintbrush to turn decaying buildings and discarded objects into beautiful works of art.
As far as horror-themed artwork goes, it doesn't get much more colorful, unique or eye-catching than Aaron's creations, which oftentimes breathe exciting new life into iconic characters.