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Embalming For Beginners - A Mortician’s Guide to the Ins & Outs of Undertaking
Did you know a flower placed in highlighter fluid can absorb the fluorescent ink into its leaves and petals? Shining a black light onto it then reveals a delicate network of glowing veins. The colours in this amazing image by Boaz Ng are natural.
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I need flowers and highlighters. And a black light. Please and thank you.
The Original THE EVIL DEAD (1981)
This auspicious feature debut from Sam Raimi — shot on 16mm in the woods of Tennesse for around $350,000 — secured the young director’s cult status as a creative force to be reckoned with. The nominal plot involves five vacationing college kids — Ash (Bruce Campbell), his girlfriend Linda (Betsy Baker), and their classmates Cheryl (Ellen Sandweiss), Scott (Hal Delrich) and Shelly (Sarah York) — making an unplanned stopover in an abandoned mountain cabin surrounded by impenetrable woods. Before settling in for the night, they come across an ancient-looking occult tome filled with dense hieroglyphics and macabre illustrations, a dagger fashioned from human bones, and a reel-to-reel tape recorder. The taped message, dictated by a professor of archaeology, describes the contents of the Sumerian “Book of the Dead,” filled with incantations used to bring otherworldly demons to life, giving them license to possess the living. The message goes on to explain that those possessed by these demons can only be stopped by total bodily dismemberment. This American horror masterpiece is written and directed by Sam Raimi, and stars Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss and Betsy Baker.
Love Bruce Campbell he’s so cool :D