Have you heard about Lois? Lately, she’s been acting differently…
Debbie Barker as Lois is the 1987 made for tv movie, The Stepford Children…
A movie as perfect as she is.
He spent his nights roaming the forest. Never telling anyone how many wolves he met along the way…
New prints inspired by one of my favorite movies, Demons (1985) and our Queer Horror screenings hosted by the ghoulish drag clown, Carla Rossi.
Diana Barrows as Maddy, from Friday the 13th Part 7. Easily my favorite character from the franchise, a friendly nerd looking for love in a cabin full of jerks. Resourceful in and out of heels, earrings on, and lipstick ready, watch out world, Maddy is coming out.
Amy Steel, the unforgettable final girl from Friday the 13th part 2 and April Fools Day (1986). There was something about her as Ginny and Kit that really stood out to baby queer me. She infused her characters with confidence, intelligence, and resilience, always a part of the group, but somehow apart from them too.
Dee Wallace, a true force of nature, as Sonny in Lords of Salem (2012). From werewolf whistle blower, to a glam witch with a frying pan, her career is enduring and ongoing.
Four brand new prints made exclusively for Crypticon Seattle 2019 are now available in the shop. Glen Powell as Chad Radwell from Scream Queens. Meg Foster from They Live. Lisa Wilcox as Alice from Nightmare on Elm Street 4. And one handsome guy with two good looking cats!
The unforgettable Karen Black, fearless, daring, beautiful, and talented. She had a long and varied career in many films including Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, Trilogy of Terror, Burnt Offerings, Invaders from Mars, Out of the Dark, and Rubin and Ed.
Original painting and prints are available in the shop.
Rojo the Llama and Napoleon the Alpaca, therapy friends to all! These sweet buddies are doing the good work of cheering up everyone they come in contact with.
Original painting available in the shop
Our drag clown and Queer Horror’s horror hostess, Carla Rossi, as the titular character from our screening of The Stepford Wives (1975).
8” x 10” prints available in the shop.
My favorite mouth bleeder, Megan McFarland, as the “not here for men’s bs” character, Grace Scott, in 1987’s From a Whisper to a Scream.
Original painting and prints available in the shop
Exact replica of how my heart sees all Alpacas. Also lots of squee sounds and a small voice saying chibi chibi on repeat.
Original painting available in shop