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Billie Eilish doesn’t watch horror films anymore: “Real life is way too scary”
Billie Eilish doesn’t watch horror films anymore: “Real life is way too scary”
Billie Eilish is truly an illustration of a 21st century superstar. The 17-year-old is one of the hottest names in music right now, but it hasn't been all smooth sailing during her journey of media domination. The bright lights have impacted numerous mainstream stars, but still being in your formative years amplifies the problems that come with fame. Re...
Horror movie, soundtrack and/or art fan? There’s a book for that
Horror movie, soundtrack and/or art fan? There’s a book for that
Classic screeching violins. Prom murders set to a disco beat. Kickass electro-metal worthy of spins at some industrial-rock bar. No, it’s not a club club night in Cleveland (but dammit, it should be), but a small chunk of some of the sonic and visual delights represented in Blood On Black Wax, a new book that offers horror movie buffs and fringe music fans some new kicks for their eyes and ears. A
Billie Eilish credits cult horror flick as “main inspiration” for album art
Billie Eilish credits cult horror flick as “main inspiration” for album art
We love Billie Eilish because she’s never afraid to get a little creepy, in both her sound and aesthetics. We saw this in her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? With the album art, videos and more. Read more: Vic Mensa debuts rock band 93PUNX with political satire “Camp America” Apparently, Eilish got some horror movie inspiration just to achieve that creepy factor from a cult h