Yes, still reading.
Oh, good to know somebody's reading.
Unfortunately, lately 4chns /x/'s not been posting good pastas.
Where's the picture?
There was a pic but it was unrelated (I have guessed that; I was pretty sleepy then).
Sorry, seems like the thread died.
>Pale skin, dark, sunken eyes
Those are signs of illness, and more specifically, they're corpse-like features. We are biologically pre-disposed to avoid sick/diseased people and the dead.
Ever hear of the Uncanny Valley? The closer something is to seeming human, the higher our acceptance of it is, until you reach a *certain* point, when it's very, *very* close to being human, but isn't, and that slight "offness" makes it suddenly become terrifying. That sudded drop in acceptance is the Uncanny Valley.
>razor sharp teeth
Oh gee whiz why would we ever be afraid of anything with razor sharp teeth wow I just can't imagine any possible reason I mean it's not like animals with razor sharp teeth are ever *dangerous* or that humans just don't naturally have teeth like that (see Uncanny Valley) why that's just crazy talk
>>7>Classic horror icons, like pyramid head>sharp teeth>Dark, sunken eyes>elongated face
Oh yeah because you can TOTALLY see his facial features
I never got why they bothered to mention him, always stuck out to me. I guess you can call his mask "elongated"?
it seems like they're trying to get you to believe that there were creatures IN REAL LIFE with all 3 features. Must have been fishing for examples when they couldn't even find 2 accurate ones
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