horror

Coulrophobia: Fear of Clowns

“Death’s gruesome face taunts:
soulless eyes, crimson grimace.
I really hate clowns.”
—Katherine Applegate

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Angry Bird

“Television has done much for psychiatry by spreading information about it, as well as contributing to the need for it.”
— Alfred Hitchcock

Halloween is just over a week away, so today’s photo is another Halloween-themed desktop wallpaper. This wallpaper may appeal to those who are fans of Alfred Hitchcock and particularly his film, “The Birds”. The first time I watched the movie was with my parents when I was pretty young. At one point in the film, I was instructed to close my eyes or leave the room. Watching it again a few years later, I learned my parents had attempted to shield my young eyes from viewing a citizen of Bodega Bay being robbed of hers by angry birds. I will spare my younger sister any embarrassment that may be associated with revealing her particular issues with this classic film.

“The Birds” was the first horror movie I remember ever watching. What was yours?

You can download this free 2560x1600 HD wallpaper by reverse-clicking the image and choosing "Save Image..."

You can download this free 2560×1600 HD wallpaper by reverse-clicking the image and choosing “Save Image…”

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Beware The Claw

In reality, it’s a simple piece of farm equipment. But taken out of context, it’s a horror movie plot waiting to be … um … executed. In any context, it fascinated me and I couldn’t wait to see what it looked like photographed.

Nikon D300, ISO 200, 1/60 sec. at f/3.5, 50 mm

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