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Manuel Dupong is a concept artist, matte painter and illustrator who is part of the Sense Collective.

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Comments

    Why don't any of these awesome looking nasties make it in to horror movies?

    Everything I see in modern horror is so bland and uninspired.

      You're watching the wrong horror my friend.

        Any recommendations?

          Check Europe and even Australia for the best horror coming out. America can produce some great stuff, but generally, if it has a budget avoid it if you want a decent movie. I know that sounds arrogant but budget = crowdpleaser = often made by committee and little to no vision.

          On the American front, Sinister was quite decent and part 2 looks to follow that trend. Not brilliant but creepy atmosphere abounded in part 1 with a decent plot and interesting take on the villain.

          Crimson Peak looks to be quite good, it's out in a few months, haven't seen it yet but it's Del Toro. When he puts his fingers into horror, out comes a great movie.

          Good twists on the zombie genre such as REC and REC 2 (avoid 3 and 4), or Dead Snow 1 and 2 are fun watches. Of course, Dead Snow 1 and 2 are akin to Evil Dead 2, schlock horror, but so much fun!

          Or go the more traditional zombie route, with THE DEAD and THE DEAD 2, which really hearken back to George A Romeros movies, but with a more desolate feel.

          But movies aren't the only place. The Strain isn't brilliant but it's fun week to week with only a handful of dud episodes so far.

          Anyhow it's all personal choice, but enjoy your looking! :)

            Agreed on most "big budget" horror... though I quite enjoyed Cabin in the Woods. Interesting deconstruction somewhat of the traditional "western cabin the in the woods horror" cliche XD

              Cabin in the woods surprisingly doesn't qualify as big budget. It was made sort of 'off the radar', then put on the shelves for *years*. It only got a release because Hemsworth got the Thor role. Studios were afraid of it because it did something different. I absolutely loved it, it was the 'Scream' of the modern day.

            Some good suggestions, but all ghosts and zombies and vampirish things. It's not often we see any really good monster movies, or even bad movies with cool monsters as seems to be more often the case.

              For a great show, Hannibal can't be beat for the psychological aspect. There's also a great Australian revenge movie called 'The Horseman', not horror as per se but still horrifying.

                Hannibal the T.V is suprisingly a hit for me, despite not being renewed for season 3 I find myself no longer considering Hopkins as Hannibal and that's no small feat.

    More talent in his discarded nail clippings than I have in my entire body. Great work.

    I feel aroused with those humanoid creatures, so sexy!

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