A blog for the creepy and the gross. Mild gore and some guro. Some babies in jars and some stitches. Some hauntings and some art. Some pain and some pleasure.
Reblogged from yaoi-yaoieverywhere
give yourself over to the wolf. let it eat the parts of you that are sick, that are damaged beyond salvage. let the wolf in and let it clean house, and let it leave again. the wolf knows which parts must be swallowed. you do not need what it takes, and where it bites you the wounds will heal. let the wolf in and let it eat you, and let it leave again.
Untagged post for feedback, HOW DO YOU GUYS FEEL ABOUT UGLY DOLLS?
I have some that I was going to give as presents but didn’t. I was thinking of doing a give away…
Reblogged from iimonsterr
Measles has surged back in Europe, while whooping cough is has become a problem here in the U.S.
Childhood immunization rates plummeted in parts of Europe and the U.K. after a 1998 study falsely claimed that the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella was linked to autism.
That study has since been found to be fraudulent. But fears about vaccine safety have stuck around in Europe and here in the U.S.
NPR maps the resurgence of preventable diseases due to public ignorance and lamentable misinformation about vaccines.
Pair with Bill Gates on vaccines, animated.
this is such bullshit
VACCINATE YOUR FUCKING KIDS
If you’re too stupid to vaccinate your kid, assuming they’re healthy enough to be vaccinated, I’m going to laugh when they die.
Dumplings is a super unique horror film that I first saw in high school. I know ‘unique’ gets thrown around a lot, but if you watch this movie I think you’ll know what I mean. It scratches every itch I have for horror films. Not obnoxiously gory, good social allegory, blows the Bechdel test out of the water, two women main characters whom are both morally reprehensible and do not care at all-need I go on?
We start out in the kitchen of Aunt Mei, who is some kind of witch doctor whose dumplings will make you young again. Mrs. Li has come to her in a desperate attempt to recapture her youth and her husband’s affections. Neither character leaves you feeling endeared, particularly after you find out what’s IN the dumplings, but their total disregard for the ingredients keeps you riveted. As the movie goes on you get a good sense of motivation (spoiler, it’s vanity), and even root for Mrs. Li.
There are two versions of this movie. The short version was released in an anthology called “Three… Extremes” with two other short films and it clocks in at about 30 minutes. The second version is feature length. I think they’re both worth watching. The way they address character motivation and the way they end gives them totally different feeling messages.
Part of what I liked about this film is that it never shied away from the topic of vanity and the desire for male attention. Like real life, the two are intertwined. Most women want to look good and many want to look good for the man in their life. But what happens when your good looks are all you have? What happens when they fail? If you get back your looks but you can’t get back your husband then are your looks worth having?
Though Mrs. Li’s choices start out as a way to get back her husband, they are ultimately selfish ones. Both versions do a great job of getting this across in the end. Even when she gives up on her husband she continues to pursue youth and beauty and gives no thought to the cost. Even if she is ultimately doing this to spite her cheating husband, that motivation is still a selfish one. She doesn’t care.
Watch the short version HERE.
It is I, CreepyGross, back after a long sojourn. I left for a while to do school and work and also many other things. But I was thinking about it and I really miss gore blogging. :c
More than that, I miss all the people I blogged with. I haven’t talked to hardly any of the friends I made here when I stopped because
I’m a piece of shit I’m lazy I guess?
Looking back, it was really dumb to stop doing something liked so much to do something that gives me major anxiety. I really have no skill for work-school-life balance. Like, less than zero.
So, I’ll be putting together some posts for my favorite movies! c: Some of them are even short films that I may be able to put right in the post.
I hope you guys like cannibalism. I know I do.