by Tracy Vanity
To say I’m not a fan of Christmas would be an understatement. I’m dedicating this Twisted Tuesday to posting soothing images, videos, and songs to get myself, and anyone else who fucking hates Christmas, through this horrible fucking day.
This post is dedicated to FUCK CHRISTMAS!
Since Christmas sucks, I’m celebrating HORRORMAS! It’s basically Halloween with a Christmas theme. I recommend a Horrormas movie marathon of Jack Frost, Black Christmas (1974 version), Silent Night Deadly Night, and Don’t Open Till Christmas. Any other Horrormas films you recommend?
Tales from the Crypt has a great Horromas themed episode called “And All Through the House.” You can watch the whole episode right here:
There’s even a tales from the Crypt Christmas album! I just found out right now.
The “Unholy Night” episode from American Horror Story is awesome too. The entire 2nd season is incredible. I have a fetish for nuns and mental institutions but who doesn’t?
I’m starting to feel better already. This cheap Thai rum is helping too.
Axe murdering Santas do put me in good spirits.
As always, Cyriak captures the true spirit of Horrormas with his incredible 2012 Horrormas video card.
Happy Horrormas Bizarro!
by Constance Ann Fitzgerald
I’ve been incredibly lazy. I’ve been on the couch or in bed watching tv shows and movies and not doing much else that could be deemed “productive” in any way. Since our stolen cable has officially been shut off, I depend on Netflix to entertain me during my laying about. Once I finished watching all the episodes of 30Rock for the seventieth time, it was suggested that I watch a show called Oddities from the Science Channel.
Oddities!? Yes, PLEASE!
I’ve seen all sorts of quack medical devices, mortician’s gear, various types of deformed taxidermy and still born things in jars, plasticized organs, straight jackets and circus sideshow performers. It’s pretty much the greatest thing I have ever seen.
But what REALLY got me was an artist named Vincent Castiglia. He stopped by Obscura to see if they would be interested in selling his paintings.
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While the meticulously detailed imagery speaks volumes on its own, it was the fact that Castiglia paints all of these things in his own blood that made his work that much more special. Some paintings can take up to two months to complete.
From the artists website:
“In the privacy of his studio, Castiglia practices a kind of modern-day phlebotomy, siphoning the life force which contains his own psychic energy, while giving it an outlet and form. By doing so he dissolves the barrier between artist and art in the most literal and immediate sense.”
Castiglia is the 1st American artist to receive a solo exhibition invitation at the H. R. Giger Museum Gallery in Switzerland.
For more information and to check out the rest of his stunning collection visit the artists website vincentcastigliaart.com
By Sam Reeve
If you’ve been paying attention to Japanese Horror Month, you may have noticed the post about Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl. Today’s film, Tokyo Gore Police, was done by the same guy. His name is Yoshihiro Nishimura and when I
picture fantasize about him he’s wearing a crown that sprays blood and probably drinking some kind of eyeball cocktail.
Tokyo Gore Police is not for the squeamish – you will see gross shit, strange things that leave you speechless, and an insane amount of blood. This is the kind of movie Elizabeth Bathory would masturbate to.
Set in a very chaotic Japan, Tokyo Gore Police is essentially a story of vengeance. A young girl witnesses her policeman father’s assassination. This girl grows up into Ruka, the awesomely hot and incredibly lethal Engineer hunter. Engineers are mutants who, when injured, sprout crazy new weapons from their wounds. I won’t give away the rest, but I can assure you it’s rather satisfying.
WHY YOU SHOULD WATCH IT: If you’re a regular here on Bizarro Central it could mean one of two things: One, you keep accidentally ending up here while searching for porn, or two, you like weird shit. If it’s the latter, I’m guessing you’ve either seen this, want to see it, or have been unfortunately kept in the dark.
Well, guess what? I’m here to enlighten you with a few pictures of what’s in store.
If you’re unconvinced so far and still need my soothing words to convince you to see this, I guess you should read on…JUST KIDDING. I have nothing more to say other and am tired and want to go to bed. This is a great movie to share with others – don’t be lame and watch it alone! Bring it to a party or a family gathering.
And watch this trailer if you still need convincing or if you already love TGP and need a refresher. Cheers!
by Tracy Vanity
Do you remember that day?
“If 80’s horror campiness, and 50’s Sci-Fi got liquored up and decided to have a blood orgy at a monster mash slumber party full of hot babes, then Bizarro Au Go-Go would be the unholy love child of that night. We took all the things we love from Pin-up aesthetic to cult craziness and threw them all together in one blood-soaked picture book. BAGG depicts a wide range of fetishes in the most absurd (and often comical) ways. It’s sexy, it’s funny, it’s scary.
A coffee table photo book combining my sculptures and special fx with the Photography and photo manipulation of Rannie Rodil to bring our warped visions to life. Pin-up style catfights, fake movie posters, advertisements for outrageous products that you can actually order from us, hot chicks covered in GALLONS of BLOOD. It’s not a novel or short story, and while it has some pages explaining the weird inhabitants of our universe it’s mainly a photo book, but I think it’s something fans of the Bizarro genre would enjoy.”
— Special FX Artist Cig Neutron
Bizarro Au Go-Go is bloody, sexy, disgusting and available NOW!