Everybody has bad luck now and again–Not Just on Friday the 13th–and everyone needs help sometimes. We have had the good fortune to not only have a roof over our heads but to have made a lot of dedicated loyal friends over the years. One of those people is Josh Hadley who has done much to spread the word about CINEMA INSOMNIA and…
Detail of Mezco Living Dead Doll photographed by noted horror photographer Joshua Hoffine
From the Mezco press release: “It is a great thrill to be working with Mr. Hoffine. We’ve all been fans of his work for some time now…one of his photos even hangs in the Mezco offices. To have a photographic genius and master of the macabre like him team up with The Living Dead Dolls is both exciting and terrifying!”
Originally published in 2007, Midnight Album is still available from IndyPlanet.
This album contains two stories: “The Remembering Garden” by Harold Sipe and “DisGrace” by Héctor Casanova. Theses are stories of two children who are introduced to extraordinary ideas and events that do not easily fit into the worldview forming around them.
In “The Remembering Garden”, the past comes alive in unexpected and unwelcome ways in the Deep South. “DisGrace” finds a young boy struggling with religious ideas, and coming to conclusions that will have far reaching consequences.
Marilyn Yalom’s The American Resting Place: 400 Years of History Through Our Cemeteries and Burial Grounds is a fascinating exploration not only of the history of cemeteries but also the artwork present there as well. With over 80 black and white illustrations, Yalom lets readers explore the history surrounding many of the popular cemeteries in America and explains that these burial grounds allow us to look at how religion and the historical record has changed over time. More…