The audience at the Metropol Theatre in Berlin settle into their seats, crack open a Coca Cola, and prepare themselves for a little horror film. What they didn't prepare for, is to have the theatre become their own personal hell on earth-- run rampant with obscene, ultra-violent DEMONS. They must do their best to survive this blood bath and pray they don't become one of Satan's spawn. This movie pretty much describes my feelings on the movie theatre "experience." I feel old.
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Horror artists. I'm not referring to drawing myself as Jason Voorhees-- that gets you suspended from middle school. What I am talking about is the people who merge their talent and love for horror to give the genre visible viability and piety with pieces of art that could even make Rubin stop and look. With all the classic horror films getting Blu-ray releases and the phenomenon of commissioned art such as MONDO posters, we are experiencing a renaissance of sorts amongst up and coming horror artists.