Saint Sinnerman


Injustice: Gods Among Us Concept Art

Created by Justin Murray


Injustice: God Among Us - Concept Art

by Justin Murray

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Predator, Predalien, Xenomorph


Predalien by belz000


Predalien by belz000


Aliens: Terra

Concept art for a future comic.



Glow-y Alien vs. Predator by Habe Keinen

If the battle between the Alien and Predator (and Predalien because we don’t discriminate here at took place on the Grid in Tron, it just might resemble these shiny digital 3D models by Habe: because everything is proven to be better with glow-y bits.

Artist: DeviantArt (via:


"I’d like you to give my love to my family and friends" -

Last words of Ted Bundy before being executed on January 24 1989.


It’s sort of like two horror movies have become real and are competing to see who can destroy the world first.


It’s sort of like two horror movies have become real and are competing to see who can destroy the world first.


All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
The Shining (1980)


All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

The Shining (1980)


31 Favorite Horror Movies

#15.  The Shining

Directed by Stanley Kubrick


  • Some places are like people: some shine and some don’t. - Dick Hallorann
  • Come and play with us, Danny. Forever… and ever… and ever. - The Grady Twins
  • Wendy? Darling? Light, of my life. I’m not gonna hurt ya. You didn’t let me finish my sentence. I said, I’m not gonna hurt ya. I’m just going to bash your brains in. - Jack Torrance
  • Redrum. Redrum.  Redrum! - Danny Torrance


  • Because Danny Lloyd was so young and since it was his first acting job, Stanley Kubrick was highly protective of the child. During the shooting of the movie, Lloyd was under the impression that the film he was making was a drama, not a horror movie. In fact, when Wendy carries Danny away while shouting at Jack in the Colorado Lounge, she is actually carrying a lifesize dummy so Lloyd would not have to be in the scene. He only realized the truth several years later, when he was shown a heavily edited version of the film. He did not see the uncut version of the film until he was 17 - eleven years after he had made it.
  • Both Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall have expressed open resentment against the reception of this film, feeling that critics and audiences credited Stanley Kubrick solely for the film’s success without considering the efforts of the actors, crew or the strength of Stephen King’s underlying material. Both Nicholson and Duvall have said that the film was one of the hardest of their careers; in fact, Nicholson considers Duvall’s performance the most difficult role he’s ever seen an actor take on. Duvall also considers her performance the hardest of her life.
  • For the scene in which Jack breaks down the bathroom door, the props department built a door that could be easily broken. However, Jack Nicholson had worked as a volunteer fire marshal and tore it apart far too easily. The props department were then forced to build a stronger door.
  • According to Shelley Duvall the infamous ‘Heere’s Johnny!’ scene took 3 days to film and the use of 60 doors.
  • Stanley Kubrick considered both Robert De Niro and Robin Williams for the role of Jack Torrance but decided against both of them. Kubrick did not think De Niro would suit the role after watching his performance in Taxi Driver (1976), as he deemed De Niro not psychotic enough for the role. He did not think Williams would suit the role after watching his performance on Mork & Mindy (1978), as he deemed him too psychotic for the role. According to Stephen King, Kubrick also briefly considered Harrison Ford.
  • The color red is visible, either overtly or subtly, in nearly every shot of the film.
  • Scatman Crothers was friends with Jack Nicholson, and when he heard about the Halloran role, he asked Nicholson to talk to Stanley Kubrick about casting him.


Hellraiser:  Bloodline (1996)

Directed by Kevin Yagher

In the 22nd century, a scientist attempts to right the wrong his ancestor created: the puzzle box that opens the gates of Hell and unleashes Pinhead and his Cenobite legions.