Tagged: mood: psycho
Tomie, Ito-san’s first manga, is one of the most shocking graphic novels ever created. It’s not only a study in the dangers of lust, it also uncovers the true nature of humanity and how, perhaps, the seven deadly sins are nothing more than a look at the ugliest and most distressing parts of human nature.
A young woman is killed while waiting for a tow truck. When she is later found, all that is left is her head. Her fiancé is a secret agent, her father is a former police chief. They want revenge for her cruel murder, and they go to the extremes to make the monster that did that to her pay. But is revenge the right answer?
Author and illustrator extraordinaire, Jhonen Vasquez is one of those artists that, perhaps, shouldn’t ever be allowed in public. His understanding of human nature is so deep, it’s frightening. With Johnny, the Homicidal Maniac, Vasquez shows the crazed and demented side of humanity.
Shelter is a psychological thriller that tells the story of Dr. Cara Jessup, a forensic psychiatrist played reliably by Julianne Moore, who is trying to uncover the mystery of why Adam, her new patient, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, has multiple personalities that appear to be only murder victims.
Based on the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane, set in 50s United States, it tells the story of Marshal Teddy Danielsm who is in charge of investigating the disappearance of a murderess. She has escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane located on a remote island known as Shutter Island.