About Today's Guest: Ghoulish Gary Pullin
A horror fan since he could stick a tape into a VCR, “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin has grown into a monster-making machine. As Rue Morgue magazine’s original art director, the London, Ontario-born artist created the famous look of the publication, which currently hosts his art column, The Fright Gallery. In 2009, Gary was voted Artist of the Year in the Rondo Hatton Awards. Now a full-time creature creator, his colourful signature style has graced numerous magazines, books and movie posters. He’s had his work featured in galleries across North America, created highly sought-after screen-prints for the likes of Mondo and Skuzzles, album covers for WaxWork and Death Waltz and created key art for various films, including Grabbers, Birth of the Living Dead, Why Horror? and The Babadook. Both Gary and his art will be seen at the upcoming MondoCon 2017.
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While you’re sleeping and private browsing in your filthy bed, Ghoulish Gary is awake at night, searching the alleys and back streets for the creepiest prints that he can discover. Gary puts in the hard lurk so that you don’t have to! Sit back and enjoy a look at the 13 creepiest prints of the last year and hear how they stack up in design/composition, skill and most importantly scariness. As an added bonus for being extra creepy this year, Gary has ranked the 13 best villains from his lifetime of consuming horror films like you watch Full and Fuller House. It’s the second annual Counting Down The Creeps on Creep Week chapter V. Only available for members of the Circle of Creeps.