Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Little Shops of Horrors: D-tritus (The Birth of Green Art)

Little Shops of Horrors: D-tritus (The Birth of Green Art)

Tweet Art is something that can never be properly defined, and it can always be found in different forms (Film, Paintings, Music, etc.). Art moves with the human race, by commenting on what we have become, and where we are potentially going. We, as a race, have become consumed by technology (for better or for […]




Little Shops of Horrors: A Glance at the Talented Mr. Don England

Little Shops of Horrors: A Glance at the Talented Mr. Don England

Tweet Over here at the Bloodsprayer, we love our horror (as you obviously know) but more importantly we love the people who use different creative outlets to show their appreciation to horror. The point of the “Little Shops of Horrors” segment is to give the people who are worthy of attention, a chance to shine and give […]




‘A Serbian Film’: As Art and Commentary

‘A Serbian Film’: As Art and Commentary

Tweet Let me first start off by saying that I think A Serbian Film is a fantastic, thought provoking film. When I first watched it upon its release, (a very close friend of mine got an imported version) I was not disgusted by the film (as many were) but unsure about how I felt. After […]




Women in Horror: An Interview w/ Artist Asia Eriksen

Women in Horror: An Interview w/ Artist Asia Eriksen

Tweet As Women in Horror Month officially comes to a close this weekend, I’d like to share one last femme fatale deserving attention for her contributions to the field of horror and art in general: Asia Eriksen! As a wife, a mother, an artist, and a fan of horror; Asia’s work is shaped by a […]




Tales of Woe – John Reed

Tales of Woe – John Reed

Tweet While everyone who visits or writes for this site enjoys horror as much as the next; we all enjoy the genre because it is an escape from reality. But what if the horrors weren’t an escape? What if the terrible things in the stories we read were real? What if they happened to an […]