Childhood Fears

Photographer Joshua Hoffline stages his photos like small movie sets. The results are ever so creepy!
I believe that the horror story is ultimately concerned with the imminence and randomness of death, and the implication that there is no certainty to existence. The experience of horror resides in this confrontation with uncertainty. Horror tells us that our belief in security is delusional, and that the monsters are all around us.

This gallery may bring back memories of nightmares, but they are beautiful in their own ghastly way. Link -via reddit

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Remember those "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" kid's books from the 90s? Stephen Gammell's style (drippy, moth-eaten, ectoplasmic?) used to really creep me out. I get the same vibe here.
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When I saw "Phobia" my skin crawled three degrees to the left, slipped off of me, and is hiding under the desk.

Anyone notice the blocks in "bed"? Nice touch.
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I LOVE this guys work. When I used to have aspirations of becoming a professional photographer back in high school I got the chance to be the apprentice to my teacher who was a pro photographer who taught on the side. Alas, my parents never could agree to it. Le sigh. ;)
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This made the hair on the back of my neck raise.
He has perfectly nightmares that are otherwise impossible to describe to others.
Love it.
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