Tag: horror

Where a Blade Becomes Horizon by Simone Muench

by on Oct.31, 2012

This riveting film-poem — a screaming, stabbing, puking compendium of some of the most intensely discomfiting moments from horror films captioned with poetry from a variety of sources — was presented by poet and horror aficionado Simone Muench at last year’s Printers Ball in Chicago. I share it with you on this All Hallow’s Eve (tw for violence, gore, vomit). The supermeta eye sequence around 7′ is particularly exciting.

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This Video Is the Human Condition in the 21st Century

by on Dec.10, 2010

What’s fucked is the reporters are acting like it’s all a big joke, which it is, but then what does it mean when mainstream news is leading with a pedophile joke as a top story and yet wants us to take this joke seriously?

Otherwise, this is perhaps just making explicit the pervert utility of and perverse gaze within all toys. The Barbie child predator POV at the end is like Chucky rebooted in the age of faux-documentary horror and mobile technology. I would watch the shit out of that movie.

Here’s the original:

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