Spooky images are a common staple of horror films. These elements set the mood for the frightening story to unfold. They are a visual foreshadowing of the horrific events that will taRead moreke place in the story. From the early days of cinema, with the first Frankenstein and Nosferatu films, to the computer-generated, effects-driven blockbusters of today, very little has changed in the telling of horror flicks, and these spooky images are a constant element in the formula. Photowall pays tribute to this unique cinematic component with its line of spooky canvas prints. These one-of-a-kind images of creepiness and foreboding may not be as uplifting as flowers and bunnies and sunshine, but they do fit into the tastes of a certain type of individual. These spooky canvas prints would look good in the recreational area or private study of one of your family members who appreciate this sort of art. Even your kids, those who have a liking for the more unconventional side of decoration, could totally go for these spooky canvas prints. It all comes down to the person’s preferences. Not everything in life is sunshine and daisies and butterscotch pudding. Beauty can exist in all things, as witnessed by these spooky canvas prints.

Eerie in spooky canvas prints

When creating a cinematic screenplay, the first component that is laid down is the exposition. This is just a fancy way of saying that you first show the basic elements of the story such as the location, the time, the initial situation, and the main characters. Having a spooky house or town or village in a horror film is always a good way to begin a story. Photowall lets you enjoy this primary cinematic element with “Archway in an Enchanted Forest”, “Graveyard in October”, and “Spooky Tree” in its wide collection of spooky canvas prints. The first image mentioned depicts the ruin of a stone archway, with cobblestone steps, set in a foggy, frighteningly lit forest, the perfect portal to a world of mysteries and wonders not of this world. The second mention in our collection of spooky canvas prints features an old foggy graveyard at dusk with trees, complete with the requisite lopsided tombstones and bone-chilling background. The third in our example of spooky canvas prints shows the top of a dead tree in the moonlight, perched on it is a flock of black ravens, an appropriate beginning for a tale of ghoulish and bizarre shenanigans.

Frightening in spooky canvas prints

In cinema, there is a french term called mis en scene. This word defines the primary elements the storyteller establishes that begin to tell the story before even a single word is uttered or a single event has occurred. These spooky canvas prints are the perfect example of mis en scene in horror flicks. Photowall lets your imagination run wild with “The Promise”, “Nightbreed”, and “Remote” in its unique collection of spooky canvas prints. The first image is that of a sword embedded in a swamp with a fallen tombstone beside it, in the background is a scary-looking castle, lit by the full moon, the classic opening for one of those medieval-style horror films. The next one is that of a snarling, grey timberwolf, with its teeth bared, yellow eyes, framed by a dark night with the moon illuminating its fearsome countenance. The third one is that of tree roots taking the form of a man, with a remote control in his hand, watching what seems to be a supernatural television set. This is the perfect preamble for those sci-fi horror masterpieces.

Spooky and scary

In writer Stephen King’s horror masterpiece novel IT, the main monster that terrorizes little children takes the form of a clown called Pennywise, who lives in the sewer and entices kids into its lair. Photowall gives a nod to this type of horror with “Surprise Clown”, and “Time is Up” in its frightening collection of spooky canvas prints. The first print looks a lot like the demented Pennywise, inviting young children with a pasted smile on its face and nefarious thoughts in its head. The second print is one of the angel of death itself. It depicts the skeleton with its wings and the hood, with its prerequisite sharpened scythe, truly a sight to chill the blood. These spooky canvas prints are not for the average collector of home adornments, but they do lend an air of the bizarre and ghostly for those whose tastes run to these sort of images. Watch your favorite horror classics with your entire family, as you surround yourself with these spooky canvas prints. Let the popcorn and the screams fly as you are thrilled and petrified by the suspenseful events unfolding. These spooky canvas prints make a great accompaniment for nights of unconventional fun such as these.
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