I was just browsing through your work again, and I must compliment you on your amazing composition.
For instance, in your "Hey, Jazzy-Pants" pic, it was rather... I'd have to say almost calm, and yet the picture is so gruesome... You do so well at focusing on the EMOTIONS behind a piece, rather than the subject matter itself. The fact that we can't even see Danny in that picture, or even Jack's face adds to the disconcerting nature of the piece.
This picture does the same. It is a simple composition, with the look down a long hallway, but you have chosen the lighting and the coloring so well that it doesn't feel forced (does that make sense?) I think that, in a way, you take things from a normal perspective, and give them a calm sense of impending doom or horror that sends perfect chills down the spine.
I will be most willing to admit that I cannot handle horror stories or movies (like, I literally lose sleep over movies like "Sixth Sense", "The Skeleton Key", and whatnot), but these are just dramatically beautiful, and they tickle my imagination and my my writer's desires. I could write stories on your pieces and still not be able to capture the essence of the scene as well as you do. I suppose it's because you make your compositions work so well.
In this piece, it is the simple nature of the hallway, just so normal-looking and not particularly unusual that makes the two figures at the end of the hallway look so ominous, especially where you cannot see their faces, but rather the blood dripping down Fenton's shirt... Ooh. Chills.
Even in the "blood" version, it is not overdone, if that makes sense. You have the blood on the walls, but it's not super-red, and it looks realistically smeared around, both on the ground and the walls, and yet the specks higher up on the walls and on the ceiling are true to nature: the wouldn't be smeared because technically, those places would be harder to reach, and a body wouldn't necessarily smear in those areas.
... Sorry if I seem like I'm rambling... I just feel such an emotion and power, yet a calm ominousness with your pictures... It's quite incredible. Please, never stop your art!