AITH: Weekly Wrap-up May 1st-5th, 2017

Welcome to the  AITH: WEEKLY WRAP-UP  of the week  May 1st-5th, 2017. This week we saw the full trailer for THE DARK TOWER, learned STRANGER THINGS season 2 would be more horror oriented, got a first look at the new board game for THE THING, and much, much more! If you missed something this week, or just feel like going back through and seeing which bits and...
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Exclusive: Artist Matthew Therrien talks Final Girls & Cinema Survivors

If you couldn't tell by now, I'm a dude that's really into horror art. From brilliant murals to sleazy VHS cover boxes, I am a man that hordes all the awesome art he can find. That said, you can imagine how excited I was when artist Matthew Therrien reached out to AITH to share his collection of "Final Girls & Cinema Survivors" works. The collection...
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Must See: Stephen King's Stranger Love Songs is brilliant

This just may be the coolest sh*t you see all day. Hell, all week possibly. Artist Butcher Billy has taken the titles of cheesy 80s songs and turned them into vintage, old-school covers for Stephen King books. Not only that, but he turned a select few into VHS cover boxes as well.  Butcher Billy on the art project:  This series imagines an alternate...
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Awesome Horror Art: Stephen King's IT

One of the things I like most about when a film, or in this case a trailer, gets all the attention that the recent trailer for STEPHEN KING'S IT has is the fan art. It pops up quickly and all over the internet. I went and hunted down what I could find and collected for you guys 50 individual pieces. Some are amazing, some rival the actual trailer for horrifying, some are...
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Guillermo del Toro talks At the Mountains of Madness again

H.P. Lovecraft‘s 1931 story AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS was notoriously once set to be a big-budget, R-rated horror movie writer/director Guillermo del Toro. Unfortunately, that adaptation didn't move forward due to the studio fearing a a hard R would cause the movie to flop. Even with Tom Cruise and James Cameron involved. Del Toro recently sat down with Collider...
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Stephen King's IT: Full model of Derry and the sewers below is jaw-dropping

"Welcome to Derry. Out of the blue and into the black." Wow. Like, seriously, wow. Artist Kassiopeya has taken the words of   STEPHEN KING'S IT and molded them into one of the most breathtaking models I have seen in, quite possibly, my entire life. Too much, you say? You obviously have not scrolled down to see the pics yet. While, the bright, colorful...
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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark gets an amazing art exhibit this Friday

For those who might not know, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was a series of children's books written back in the 80s through the early 90s by Alvin Schwartz and illustrated by Stephen Gammell. There were three books in total and their titles were Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark , More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark , and Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones....
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Freddy, Michael Myers, The Thing and more get Bust'd with new portraits!

Artist Tom Whelan is currently preparing a solo art show in Los Angeles called Bust’d 2: Bust’d With a Vengeance, and it features several famous movie characters and reimagines them in a cool and peculiar way. Gizmodo has received an early look at some of these portraits, and as you'll see below I've singled out the horror icons; hot damn I want all of them! Bust’d 2: Bust’d With a...
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Scooby-Doo gang meets horror icons in Travis Falligant's Lost Mysteries art

Illustrator Travis Falligant has been rolling out this pretty cool series of art called "Scooby-Doo Lost Mysteries" in which we see the gang find themselves up against some of horror’s most iconic characters. It's like they were meant for each other. I never actually watched Scooby-Doo as a kid but had they looked like this you can bet your sweet ass I would...
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Classic horror returns with the gothic anthology The Mortuary Collection

Remember when horror movies were both scary and fun? Writer and director Ryan Spindell does, and he'll be delivering both the frights and the excitement with a new anthology that harkens back to the surreal storytelling of "The Twilight Zone" and the goopy aesthetics of "Tales From The Crypt" with THE MORTUARY COLLECTION, an upcoming anthology that sounds like...
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Cover art for Stephen King's Revival has been revealed

Stephen King's fall release REVIVAL was announced just a couple of week ago, and while it doesn't come out until November, we've got the cover art to share. Check it out below. Clearly, a fairly simple design. Does the lightning indicate some kind of divine power at work? If you read the synopsis, there certainly appears to be a religious undertone to the tale: In a...
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Check out these awesome Pixar versions of classic horror films

Pixar storyboard artist Josh Cooley has, in his free time, drawn up some mighty fine cartoon versions of classic films, including a few horror beloved horror gems which you can see here. Cooley has evidently compiled these, and several other, for a children's book called "Movies R Fun!", which comes out on March 1. Glad to see spending so much time at Disney hasn't dulled this man's...
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