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Trevor Henderson is offers horror fans some new Halloween decorations that are an alternative to the classic wall hangers featuring skeletons, witches and black cats. The artist has hand-crafted five wall hanger designs that are based on modern horror icons. They’re now all up for sale via Henderson’s Etsy page. Peruse our gallery here – you’ll find accompanying links if you want to make a few purchases (I snagged the Myers and Cropsey hangers). He’s also got some killer stickers based on The Funhouse, Stagefright, Night of the Creeps and more.
A very cool video posted by Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc. – the FX house behind this year’s The Thing prequel – takes you inside their workshop for a revealing, insightful look at how some of the creatures were created. When the film was released in October, it took a bit of a lambasting for its excessive use of CGI. But as the video inside shows, there was an effort to create a practical “Thing” before it was augmented with CGI. Beware, though, there are spoilers…including a look at the eponymous intergalactic being in “pilot” form.