I love horror. I love the immediacy of it. I love the traditions, the conventions, the fundamental structure of it, which involves the eruption of the fantastic, the bizarre, the unlooked-for into workaday life. It involves the throwing over of conventional standards. I think that’s generally true: you set up a status quo then something comes over and buggers it all up, and I like that. I have a status quo and then you inject a monster, or a state of mind or an apocalypse into it. Horror is a challenge.

Clive Barker (via thatfilmdudekalen)

theshoutfactory:

Japanese poster for ‘Nightbreed’.

73suggestions:

Clive Barker in Highgate Cemetery, London, c. 1986.

I’m a little late with this, due to my hiatus, but I came across Decker Shado’s THE SUMMER OF HELLRAISER and though it’s almost over now (he has only Revelations left, which should be an epic review!) I highly recommend checking out all of his videos, as they are awesome.

bluedogeyes:

Clive Barker’s The Great and Secret Show by Gabriel Rodriguez

youthnabbedassniper:

Just nabbed the limited edition on Amazon for $55.98!

Today is a Holy Day.

We have such sights to show you.

todgast asked: Nightbreed or Lord of Illusions

My beautiful bbs,

kettlebaron:

On an enforced hiatus due to nervous breakdown. Loves ya all!

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Your friendly, neighborhood mod here, letting you know that I might be silent for a little while, and why. 

 
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