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Fogged-up mind

A Critical Analysis on The Fog by Luis Cabalquinto

Luis Cabalquinto’s The Fog is a portrayal of the exploitation and abuse the lower middle-class Filipino is getting due to the social convention of being hospitable, even to the point of being gullible; worse is that they get mistreated without them knowing. 1,119 more words


Sunday Scares - Director Spotlight

Hey there, horror fans.

After my abysmal lack of posting last week (sorry!) this week I’m back with another Director Spotlight. So grab the popcorn, sit back and let the terror unfold… 526 more words


Illustrating a Comic Book Poem - The Fog

The Fog was illustrated using traditional techniques, mainly ink and marker lens on water colour paper. I like to use watercolour paper as it has a grain and tooth that works well with both ink washes and Promarker pens. 215 more words

Comic Book Poems

Writing a Comic Book Poem - The Fog

For The Fog we have a story of a fog coming and engulfing a town. I wrote this not long after watching the John Carpenter film The Fog. 131 more words

Comic Book Poems

The Fog- Preview - Comic Book Poems

Here is a teaser/preview for the Final Comic Book Poem in Series 2. It is called The Fog and will go live on 11 August 2014. 12 more words

Comic Book Poems

Listen: Roses - "The Fog"

The new project from former Abe Vigoda member Juan Velasquez are releasing their debut 4-track EP next month entitled Dreamlover. We’ve already heard “It’s Over” 41 more words

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Films That Haunt Me: "The Fog" (1980)

Directed by John Carpenter
Starring Adrienne Barbeau, Janet Leigh, and Jamie Lee Curtis

This may be an unusual choice, especially from the endlessly terrific filmography of John Carpenter. 583 more words