The 13th Floor

Films Music 

The Stellar Art Of Robert Heckman!

Hyaena Gallery in Burbank, California is always showcasing some of the most interesting, unique and fun artists in the “dark art” horror scene, but sometimes it can’t all be about horror and darkness! This month, the gallery has curated a selected plethora of paintings from artist Robert Heckman that showcase rock stars, music and movie […]

Scary Fun 

Celebrating 10 Years Of Hyaena Gallery!

We’ve given a lot of love and coverage to Hyaena Gallery here on Blumhouse.com. And rightfully so, as it’s one of the few places in the Los Angeles area that manages to capture all the things we love about the genre and encompasses them through art and visual expression. Over the years, they’ve featured true […]

TV 

NSFW: Saturday Mourning Cartoons! A Tribute To Animation Cels

I hate to use the term “back in my day,” but realistically speaking, Saturday morning cartoons aren’t at all what they were when I was growing up. I don’t even think any of the basic channels show cartoons anymore on Saturday mornings! Which is a shame. But alas, in the golden age of animation (I’m […]

Scary Fun 

Face Your Fears With This Scary Clown Art!

Back in August of 2015, the Hyaena Gallery in Burbank hosted a tribute art exhibit to a topic they’d never tackled just yet. Clowns! While a large portion of the population suffers from a fear of clowns, or Coulrophobia, the gallery’s regular group of contributing artists not only encouraged this specific show, but relished in […]

Scary Fun 

“Crossing The Abyss” – A Dark Art Exhibit

“We have such sights to show you!” The beautiful thing about art is that it can transport us to worlds we could never possibly imagine ourselves. It’s that subjective quality, paired up with our own life experiences that makes ever piece of art we encounter mean something different to the viewer. That’s what I love […]

Real Life Scares 

The Strange History Of This John Wayne Gacy Painting

The Hyaena Gallery has been stationed right on Olive Avenue in Burbank for the last 9 years, providing the otherwise sunny side of town with “dark art.” While the gallery rotates their inventory and displays from a roster of amazingly talented artists on a regular basis, one of the first things I noticed when I […]