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Dieter (Toronto, Canada)


......this is terrible.....!!

Tom

def one of the most disturbing features.

Peter

Those images are grossest portrayal of nasty violence I never want to see. Need to change your magazine name if you're going to show snuff stuff.

Jason

Love this layout. Totally weird and fantastic. And good photography as well. References to mentioned horror movies are clear but well-reinterpreted. As a Justin Monroe fan I can see some ressemblance. Michael Craft is definitely a photographer I'm going to follow.

Taylor

I love this set! The concept is awesome, I'm a big horror fan and love how they brought the gritty, dark, gory, and sexual version of horror that was definitely the theme of this years AHS that was Hotel themed! I love it!

Riley

Sometimes I don't know what I like more about this site. The diversity and quality of images, the audacity of the site's editors and photographers or the comments people give. You have got to be kidding me (can you hear me saying it)... grossest portrayal of nasty violence? Terrible? Do you people watch movies sometimes? Or better, TV? I think Michael Craft has done a wonderful job visualizing the nightmarish ideas we all have every now and then. Tom said that this is one of the most disturbing features, which I think for both photographer and editor is a compliment. Though completemy different, this series reminds me of a set by Justin Monroe published on this site some time ago and featuring models with guns and torture instruments. I can only applaud the bravery of the artists to go out of their comfort zone (though mister Craft seems to be following his true passion here). This is an artistic expression of fantasies. Keep them coming. I'm loving it.

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