Gallery Highlights 1988 Horrors From 'Child's Play' to 'They Live', 'Beetlejuice', and 'Hellbound' - Bloody Disgusting
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Gallery Highlights 1988 Horrors From ‘Child’s Play’ to ‘They Live’, ‘Beetlejuice’, and ‘Hellbound’



1988 was an incredible year for the genre and Gallery 1988 is celebrating with an exhibition that highlights all of the great films from that year. Horror was more than prevalent, with John Carpenter‘s They Live, Tom Holland‘s Child’s Play, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, and Tim Burton‘s Beetlejuice all debuting that year.

While you’ll find everything from alternate posters to sculptures, some highlights include this brilliant print that takes Winona Ryder‘s Heathers and Beetlejuice characters and imagines them as the Twins from The Shining. There’s also a brilliant piece that puts the Beetlejuice characters into Disney’s Haunted Mansion, and several pieces of that imagine horror characters in classical paintings and/or portraits. 

This is a dream exhibit for anyone with money and/or wall space. Here are some of the highlights with the full gallery listing here.

Art by Luke Flowers

Art by Dave Pollot

Art by Dave Pollot

Art by Amanda Conrad

Art by Dave Pollot

Art by Brad Hill

Art by Richard Anderson

Art by Chris McGuire

Art by Carrie Anne Hudson

Co-founded Bloody Disgusting in 2001. Producer on Southbound, the V/H/S trilogy, SiREN, Under the Bed, and A Horrible Way to Die. Chicago-based. Horror, pizza and basketball connoisseur. Taco Bell daily.


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