Follow the lantern’s light, and let it guide you to our hearth. Beware the shadows, for strangers lurk nearby. Drink deep the cider and let your worries cease. Welcome to American Fantastic’s 2018 Fall update.
Jack Scally returns with a pair of paintings in a new style. These stark images reveal a plain and affecting reflection of his emotions. Peer through the keyhole into the room inside his mind. If you'd like to see more of Jack's work, or even buy some, make sure to visit his website. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with his recent work including animated versions of some of his previous illustrations.
Caleb Beechem offers us a glorious view of Autumn leaves. Feel them crunch under your feet as they dance in the wind. Caleb has also created a new symmetrical reflection of a butterfly flying in a field of lavender and a photo of a large, foreboding house. To see even more of Caleb's photography, follow him on Instagram or visit his website.
Mike Maes is raising hell with this new photo of Pinhead. He’s also photographed the sun shining through some burning fall leaves. Check out the rest of Mike’s gallery for other frightening and autumnal images from seasons past. Follow Mike on Facebook and visit his website to see his even more of work.
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Hip Squared is back with Season 2. Catch up on the first three episodes of the new season, or listen from the beginning. In the Halloween episode, John and Troy talk about Hammer horror films and go on a journey to the haunted realm of Innistrad in the universe of Magic: The Gathering. Produced by Maplex Monk.
David Jacobs has penned an account of his interactions with the paranormal, Keep My Eye on the Shadows. Read about his encounter with Shadow people alongside his girlfriend, Liz. This is a real-life story about being haunted by beings beyond human understanding.
And remember, when reality becomes a burden, enjoy a sojourn into the fantastic…