Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Happy Birthday today October 21st

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A Terrifying Ten


FH's HALLOWEEN countdown begins!  Ten terrifying days to go!

The Desolate Soul: Colton North by takeapic4u

What exactly happened in that barn?  Was there anyone on that rural country road to hear the ear piercing scream?  Officially, according to the local police department, nothing happened.  Just one of the many unsolved and forgotten missing person cases in that small rural community.  Another case the town's sheriff cares little to nothing about. The cabin's owner, coincidentally, also the sheriff's younger brother, isn't talking, and the victim... they were never found nor heard from again.   After their afternoon of torture pain, my guess is that they ended up in a mass grave hidden somewhere on the property.

Thankfully, the day was chronicled by photographer takeapic4u with both he and the murdering model striking the perfect menacing tone.  Although 25 year old Colton North gets fully into character, this was actually his first professional shoot.  Prior to this, the Minnesota model's Model Mayhem portfolio consisted mainly of images taken by friends.  Photographer David Larson saw Colton's images on Model Mayhem and, got in contact about scheduling a shoot.

Despite taking on the role of an ax-wielding psychopath, Dave describes Colton as a sweet and friendly guy who was a pure joy to work with.  They collaborated creatively throughout the process and were basically in sync with most aspects of the shoot, except maybe. the bow tie, which  Dave thought was a subtle, but horrific nod to A Clockwork Orange  Give this was his first time doing a horror themed shoot, Dave wanted everything to visually work.  He practiced especially hard to get the blood just right in look, color and texture. 

'I saw his boyish, good looking kid next door face and contacted him to learn more. We discussed what kinds of shoots we were interested in doing and came up with this maniac/psychopath ax wielding lumberjack type' 

'David and I were kindred spirits in that sense, as he has done a lot of photography around the world.  We talked on the phone initially about a few logistics of the shoot, and we eventually got around to discussing theme options. I knew I wanted to have an outdoor/nature themed shoot, and David had a private farm land which would make it easy to shoot nudes. The bloody lumberjack theme developed over the next couple days of messaging back and forth. Having recently gotten back from an extended camping trip, I already had a bit of that scruffy outdoors look that brought us to our final decision.'

'David and I worked really well together, between his technical experience and my artistic influences, I never felt we were stepping on each other's toes and we were both open to each other's suggestions throughout the process. Though I don’t have any previous shoots to compare it to, I would say I had a great experience. I think the photos were better than I could have imagined them.

Although this was my first time shooting nudes, it didn’t feel too much different than shooting with clothes on. Other than being a little chilly in mid-October. I did try to get to the gym more often in the weeks preceding the shoot, but I wasn’t too concerned about my body image for this. I think facial expression and character in the photos were the more important part of what we were trying to capture.'

'As for the chicken house photos, I wanted to present a softer side that promoted the more innocent farm boy look with an incredible body to share. I distinctly noticed more than one of the chickens blush!! Colton was a natural from the start and I fully hope to take advantage of shooting with him again as soon as possible. I think we got some amazing shots to share with anyone that likes great looking young guys, hot farmers, or scary psycho killers covered in blood.'

Books of Blood

'She had made them a promise, a promise I would have to keep. And their stories kept coming, day after day, night after night. She kept me locked in the estate she bought with all the money she made from her books, reading my skin.'

Jonas Armstrong (2009)

Irish actor Jonas Armstrong first took on the role of Simon in the 2009 adaptation of the Clive Barker series Book of Blood.   Until hearing about the recent version, I hadn't heard of Jonas before, but after checking out his role in Books, I wanted to learn more.

Armstrong has been acting since the early 2000's starting with roles on British television in productions including; Teachers, Robin Hood and Prisoner's Wives. If you check out the 2009 version of the story, you'll see Armstrong shows a wee bit more skin than what's shown in the recent version.  The character also seems to have been given a bit more emphasis than the Hulu vision of the story.

Ravi Gavron 2020

Although filmed in Nova Scotia Canada, the 2020 Hulu production of Books of Blood also starred a European actor, this time, London born Rafi Gavron. Rafi's mostly worked in the US with roles on television including the shows; 24, CSI: Miami and Parenthood.  Rafi also appeared in last years big screen adaption of A Star Is Born and in the recent adaptation of Catch-22.

Dressed to Kilt Fashion Show

Although there wasn't quite as much skin the 2020 re-make, the CFNM and embarrassment themed element made is especially hot...