A POTPOURRI OF CREEPINESS – PART 1
Today’s offering is a short list of unconnected creepy stuff–two BBC television programs from the 1970s, two painters whose work definitely falls into the realm of weird horror, and an audio recording of the awesome Michael Blumlein reading his story “Greedy for Kisses” as part of the 2005 Rolling Darkness Revue…
Robin Redbreast (1970)
From BBC’s “Play for Today”
“His art speaks to the old etchings and engravings of religious and occult manuscripts, flirts with alchemy, witchcraft and blasphemy. It is at the same time disturbing, haunting and stimulating. His intricate drawings, full of enigmatic detail, mix sensuality, darkness and mythology.
Armchair Theater – “Quiet as a Nun”
Based on the novel by Antonia Fraser
The art of Tetsuya Ishida
Michael Blumlein reading “Greedy for Kisses” as part of the 2005 Rolling Darkness Revue!