Horror Tees 20% Off Today and Tomorrow by binarygodcom, journal
Horror Tees 20% Off Today and Tomorrow
Today and tomorrow (10/19-10/20) until midnight PDT, my horror designs are on sale for 20% off.
My store is here, or you can click on the images below to see some of my designs. (More in my shop.) There are some new ones, including caricatures from Young Frankenstein and Troll 2. You don't need a code to get the discount, but the sale ends tomorrow at 11:59 PDT. Order today and save in time for Halloween!
Kong Has Great Monster Battles But Not Much Else by binarygodcom, journal
Kong Has Great Monster Battles But Not Much Else
Kong: Skull Island is the second movie in the MonsterVerse, because every film company is now trying to copy Marvel's successful shared universe formula. I'm a fan of both the original King Kong movie and Peter Jackson's 2005 Kong remake, so I was excited to see this one. Additionally, the cast is phenomenal and includes some of my favorite actors, including Samuel L. Jackson and John Goodman. Unlike Jackson's remake, this Kong movie is an original story, which could have worked very well. I say "could have," because while it has its charms, the overall product is a bit of a mess.
Kong: Skull Island is by no means a terrible movie, bu
Logan is a Bittersweet Swan Song for Hugh Jackman by binarygodcom, journal
Logan is a Bittersweet Swan Song for Hugh Jackman
The X-Men series has been one of the most varied film franchises in cinema history, in terms of quality. For every X-Men: First Class, there's an X-Men 3: The Last Stand. For every Deadpool, there's an X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Of the ten films in the series so far, Logan has made its way into my top three, and maybe top two. It's a compelling drama with a couple of excellent action set pieces. But it's definitely NOT for kids.
Logan is the most "adult" of the X-Men movies, and not just because it's a hard R movie. Themes of family, loss, drugs, pain, and death are all explored in this comic book movie, and it's well done. While I th
Welcome to the design-addicts group, your design work welcome. Apologies for the delay in welcoming you, we are rather busy so we tend to save up our 'welcomes' until the list is sizable...
As with all groups it is essential that you read the rules and familarise yourself with the folders, we are very strict with submissions going into the right place, and even stricter with regard to quality. Commercial offerings will be allowed but only into the correct folder and only when limited in number. We must draw your attention to the fact that anime and cartoon style submissions are strongly discouraged. Note that this group is concerned with non-juvenile forms of art and all submissions will be triaged with these rules in mind. Despite all the rules - please do enjoy submitting and don't let the rules disturb your enjoyment of the group.