attackofthegiantants:

Candyman, 1992.

Nothing ever begins.
There is no first moment; no single word or place from which this or any story springs.
The threads can always be traced back to some earlier tale, and the tales that preceded that; though as the narrator’s voice recedes the connections will seem to grow more tenuous, for each age will want the tale told as if it were of its own making.

Clive Barker, Weaveworld (via joshuastarlight)

attackofthegiantants:

Candyman, 1992.

famous1stwords:

Why the powers (long may they hold court; long may they shit light on the heads of the damned) had sent it out from Hell to stalk Jack Polo, the Yattering couldn’t discover. Whenever he passed a tentative enquiry along the system to his master, just asking the simple question, “What am I doing here?” it was answered with a swift rebuke for its curiosity. None of its business, came the reply, its business was to do. Or die trying. And after six months of pursuing Polo, the Yattering was beginning to see extinction as an easy option. This endless game of hide and seek was to nobody’s benefit, and to the Yattering’s immense frustration. It feared ulcers, it feared psychosomatic leprosy (a condition lower demons like itself were susceptible to), worst of all it feared losing its temper completely and killing the man outright in an uncontrollable fit of pique.

“The Yattering and Jack”. Clive Barker.

attackofthegiantants:

Candyman, 1992.

bluedogeyes:

Clive Barker - Great and Secret Show

attackofthegiantants:

Candyman, 1992.

tmrwisnvrprmsd:

Paint Demo @ Tower Records

October 30th 2005

attackofthegiantants:

Candyman, 1992.

fuckyeahabarat:

Scariest tweets I ever saw. Get better soon Clive <3