Here’s a quick Happy Easter card I made around 07/08:

Happy Easter

I remember you horror movie review

Ég man þig” aka “I Remember You” is a horror-thriller from Iceland, directed by Óskar Thór Axelsson and based on a book by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir.

The movie is told with two perspectives: one is the story of Freyr, a psychiatrist who is tormented by the disappearance of his 8-year old son, and the other is the story about three people that are going to renovate an old house in a small abandoned village. The troubled psychiatrist becomes the “detective” of the story, trying to solve the mystery of his son’s disappearance. In both stories the characters starts to reveal certain dark secrets from the past, and each story has one character that’s mainly experiencing these situations. At first these two stories seem to happen without any connection to each other, but how it’s all tied together will be revealed towards the end.

The Icelandic landscape sets a great atmosphere in this film, and the abandoned village and the house they’re going to renovate literally gave me the creeps just by looking at it. While the movie plays out more as a slow-burn crime/mystery movie, the horror elements fits in nicely where they are placed and helps building up the tension.

Been ordering lots of T-Shirts from Spreadshirt lately, and I’m still quite impressed by the quality of the printing. It’s also very durable: after multiple washes the print still looks good. So thumbs up for Spreadshirt 🙂

 

Horror T-shirts

Bella Mortis Presents: Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Return of the Backstreet Killer Hooker: Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Killer Juggs (with another head): Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Black Metal Chick Headhunter: Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Inked in Hell: Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Bounty Hunter: Original image

 

And some t-shirts for the lady:

Horror T-shirts

Bella Mortis Presents

 

Horror T-shirts

Wicked Girlfriend: Original image

 

Horror T-shirts

Since Vanja have a soft spot for seamonsters, I made this for her. This is from a double page from the Bella Mortis episode “Thalassophobia”.

 

Horror T-shirts

Cat Nation: Original image

One of my many dear pumpkins. This one’s from 2009.

Pumpkin Monster

I just went through a lot of my old drawings, and found some really old stuff that I’d even forgotten all about. I won’t re-upload these to my gallery, but I thought it would be fun to show them off in a new series of blog posts that I will simply call “Wayback Machine”.

So, here is “Wayback Machine #1”: an old pinup drawing. I made it in 2007, so it’s 11 years old. This was before I started my “Pinups From Hell” series, but you could say this drawing was some kind of predecessor to that.

Horror pinup illustration