Imagine. A return to a mystical land, where there are many burials but no funerals. Twenty thousand here, ten thousand there. Give or take a dozen either way. An attempt to hide an entire people under soil. What a valiant and audacious plan! Here they go again. Drinking the black
@al_grime_art is Alexander Lindahl, and if you’re a fan of gore and horror, you need to see his paintings. Although he’s using acrylics, Lindahl looks like he uses fresh blood, decaying flesh and oozing corpses to create some of the most vivid and horrific paintings I have seen. Rather than
In the final part of this retrospective of the shock site Ogrish, we look at its sudden end and its replacement by LiveLeak, which all happened on the same day. The design overhaul of Ogrish from the nihilism and gothic adornments of its ‘Can you handle life’ guise to its
The first part of this four part retrospective provided a brief history of the Ogrish shock site which ran from 2000 to 2006, this second instalment looks at the censorship problems the site encountered and its implications for free speech in the new media age. Although Ogrish was never remotely
For the YouTube fiends out there, you know that stagnation has become as synonymous with the platform as Google and Clickbait. In the wake of what’s known as the recent “adpocalypse” (aka the demonetization of any content that isn’t PG), professional content creators are disillusioned with investing their time in
Unholy hell – I just watched TERMITATOR a gore film made in Quebec that is totally fucking beyond awesome! I will not give too much away, but I will say this film is not for the weak-hearted. I love the DIY punk spirit that runs through the whole visual experience.