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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Artists Create “50 States of Fright” Posters Inspired by Episodes from Their Hometown [Exclusive]

One of the best series on Quibi is the Sam Raimi-produced horror anthology “50 States of Fright” (review), which recently returned with an all-new season that explores stories based on urban legends from Colorado, Iowa, Missouri, and Washington.

Quibi partnered with five artists from Gallery 1988, LA’s popular gallery showcasing emerging artists focused on pop culture and entertainment, with each creating original artwork inspired by the new episodes, representing the urban legends of their own hometowns, showcased in the series. Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look. All episodes are now streaming on Quibi.

“Almost There”/Iowa

With the ghost of her dead mother terrorizing her, an engineer must fix a turbine in the middle of Iowa while a storm rages.

Starring Taissa Farmiga, Ron Livingston, Katie Stuart

Directed by Scott Beck & Bryan Woods (A Quiet Place)


Founded in 2009, by Kelly Bittner and Andrew Maahs, BASEMINT is a collaborative creative studio that blurs the lines between graphic design, illustration and fine art. Together they do everything from create limited edition screenprints to develop brand identities. Their inspiration is found in old books, new music and the minds of little kids. They toss it all together and hope it comes out all cool and pretty. Not only has the duo received awards from entities like PRINT Magazine and the American Advertising Federation, their work has also been featured in numerous design publications and exhibited across the country.

“13 Steps to Hell”/Washington

When a sister descends a strange underground stairwell adjacent to an overgrown Washington cemetery to retrieve her little brother’s lost toy, she finds more than she bargained for at the bottom of the steps.

Starring Rory Culkin, Lulu Wilson

Directed by Lee Cronin (Evil Dead Rise)

Artist: Andrew Saeger

Andrew Saeger is an illustrator and the creative force behind Factory 43 – a purveyor of quality graphic goods. A graduate of the University of Kansas, he currently resides in Seattle, Washington with his dog Smithers.

“Red Rum”/Colorado

When a bunch of “influencers” descend on Colorado’s most haunted hotel, they find themselves the victims of a bunch of spirits who just want to be left alone.

Starring Christina Ricci, Jacob Batalon, Victoria Justice, Colin Ford

Directed by Daniel Goldhaber (Cam)

Artist: Christopher Cox

Christopher Cox is a Colorado-based ambidextrous Graphic Artist and Designer who has helped develop brands, environments, and campaigns around the world for clients, agencies, entertainment, and architecture.


When a young girl moves to a new town in rural Missouri with her family, she makes a new friend of a very old and angry soul.

Starring Erica Tremblay, Elizabeth Reaser

Directed by Cate Devaney

Artist: Mark Farris

Mark Farris is an artist and educator based out of Kansas City, MO. When he’s not teaching classes in printmaking at the University Of Central Missouri, Farris can be found working on personal projects, hanging out with his wife and kids, playing one-sided fetch with his dog Castle or riding his bike along country roads hoping not to be hit by a piece of farm equipment. A lifelong collector and nostalgist, Farris never passes up an opportunity to rummage through crates, bins and boxes in search of action figures, records and print ephemera.

BONUS. “The Golden Arm”/Michigan

Directed by Sam Raimi

Raimi, who executive produces the entire series, directs and co-writes “The Golden Arm”, in which a man marries a woman with a golden arm. A quick look into the legend reveals that after the wife passes away, her husband digs up her grave and steals the arm. She returns from the grave to torment the thief.

Artist: Steve Dressler

Steve Dressler is an American artist widely known and appreciated for his illustrations. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as Vulture, Nerdist, Buzzfeed, and many others. He holds a BFA in illustration from Parsons School of Design.


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