The Alligator People (1959)

The Alligator People (1959)

Eyes Without a Face (1960) released in the US as The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus

Eyes Without a Face (1960) released in the US as The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus

Invisible Ghost (1941)

Invisible Ghost (1941)

Happy Birthday to the late Carla Laemmle (October 20, 1909 – June 12, 2014), niece of Carl Laemmle the founder of Universal Studios and who spoke the first lines of dialog in Dracula (1931).

arcaneimages:

Happy Birthday Bela Lugosi. Born: October 20, 1882

arcaneimages:

Happy Birthday Bela Lugosi. Born: October 20, 1882

thebrainofgreggory:

 Count Alucard (2014)
Son Of Dracula

thebrainofgreggory:

 Count Alucard (2014)

Son Of Dracula

boomerstarkiller67:

The Vampire Lovers (1970)

Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970)

Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970)

ghostsareassholes:

Paul Naschy!

ghostsareassholes:

Paul Naschy!

thebrainofgreggory:

The Man in the Beaver Hat (2014)
London After Midnight

thebrainofgreggory:

The Man in the Beaver Hat (2014)

London After Midnight

The Munster’s Koach

The Munster’s Koach

tenebrouskate:

Who Is Turkish Spider-Man, what makes him tick, and could he be the best possible Spider-Man? I certainly think so. Here’s an adaptation of my Turkish Spider-Man segment from Kevin Geeks Out: New York Comic Con 2014 Edition.

tenebrouskate:

Who Is Turkish Spider-Man, what makes him tick, and could he be the best possible Spider-Man? I certainly think so. Here’s an adaptation of my Turkish Spider-Man segment from Kevin Geeks Out: New York Comic Con 2014 Edition.

The Colossus of New York (1958)

The Colossus of New York (1958)

hyperallergic:

(via Time for Death: Skeleton Alarm Clock Goes on Display in London)
Would you like to wake from dreams with a reminder of your inevitable eternal sleep? An alarm clock currently on view at the British Library in London, which is part of the Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination exhibition, is a curious continuation of the memento mori tradition.
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hyperallergic:

(via Time for Death: Skeleton Alarm Clock Goes on Display in London)

Would you like to wake from dreams with a reminder of your inevitable eternal sleep? An alarm clock currently on view at the British Library in London, which is part of the Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination exhibition, is a curious continuation of the memento mori tradition.

READ MORE

eatsleepdraw:

“Undying Love” 18x24 screen print by Matthew Johnson. Prints are limited to 25, all are signed/numbered and are available through the Seventh.Ink Store. 

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eatsleepdraw:

“Undying Love” 18x24 screen print by Matthew Johnson. Prints are limited to 25, all are signed/numbered and are available through the Seventh.Ink Store

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