Just in case you missed Part 1 of our exciting weekend coverage of C2E22017, we here at Shallow Graveswere excited to see so many Cosplayers strutting their stuff and just having a ball. This years C2E2 had a little bit of everything, Legos, Funkel Pops, and even a Dr. Horrible or 2. Nice to see such a variety and inventiveness each Cosplayer, not only brought to their costumes but the enjoyment they had playing their character!
So without further adieu…I bring ‘The Exciting World of Cosplay…C2E2 STYLE!!!
We here at Shallow Graves Magazine were delighted to get an exclusive interview with Andrea Perron (author of House of Darkness, House of Light and first hand witness to the paranormal phenomenon that plagued the Perron house) along with both Keith and Sandra Johnson of N.E.A.R. (New England Anomalies Research) Paranormal. What unraveled was Perron‘s true experiences that inspired the box office hit the Conjuring. Check out the video below to get the full story. Continue reading →
From working on amusement park sculptures to creating iconic toys that have spanned generations, Lawrence Elig is quite an accomplished artist. Shallow Graves Magazine caught up with the man himself and learned a few tricks along the way. Check out the video below and don’t forget to check out Elig‘s website here! Continue reading →
As the host of Penny Dreadful’s Shilling Shockers, Penny Dreadful the XIII has a lot on her sinister hands. But that doesn’t stop this legendary witch from casting spells among her viewers and injecting new life into iconic monster movies for all to enjoy! Shallow Graves Magazine has the scoop on the old, new, and something blue (check out the video below) and don’t forget to check out Penny‘s website here for upcoming news and events!! Continue reading →
Being a teenager sucks. So much of the angst and the emotions. Wouldn’t it just be easier to wish upon a magic star? Or in this case, wish upon a magical box? Well, just like every idea you had when you were 13, there’s really no good outcome. Continue reading →