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Mind the doors!


Russian artist Alexey Andreev populates the Moscow Metro with eldritch weirdness in a photo-collage series he calls Metronomicon. A couple of these pieces remind me of Clive Barker’s throat-grabbing story, The Midnight Meat Train, which was filmed a couple of years ago. For an earlier cinematic example of the horror inherent in underground transport systems there’s Gary Sherman’s Death Line, or Raw Meat as it was fatuously rebranded for the US, a very effective low-budget film from 1972. Fantastic Voyages reviews it here.

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Tunnel 228



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  1. #1 posted by Márcio Salerno


    Pretty nice those underground images. And some doors may lead us to another dimension, who knows? Maybe the ones in the Moscow tubeway…






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