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22nd September 2014

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22nd September 2014

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xombiedirge:

Part of New Rule's classic B-movie horror art show and book Kickstarter project. Featuring new prints from 32 artists from across the globe. Check out full details and backer incentives HERE.

An American Werewolf in London by Robin Boyden / Tumblr

Slither by Muti / Tumblr

Phantasm by Coke Navarro 

The Toxic Avenger by Brett Parson / Website

22nd September 2014

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22nd September 2014

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whedonversegifs:

"You sure you don’t wanna stop and pick up some burgers or something, you know, road trip food?”

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22nd September 2014

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planethorror:

The Faculty (1998) ★★★½

 ”Everyone’s been acting really weird, especially the faculty.”

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22nd September 2014

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Melvana 7”
(w/ members from the Melvins & Nirvana)
1. Sacrifice
2. Way of the World (Flipper cover)

Tagged: Melvins Monday

22nd September 2014

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Tagged: caza

22nd September 2014

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samcannon:

Another mutation tonight 

samcannon:

Another mutation tonight 

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22nd September 2014

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tmiscience:

The Dancing Plague of 1518 happened in the city of Strasbourg, France. Over a month, 400 citizens began to compulsively dance. They weren’t happy about it, and several died of exhaustion, but eventually they all stopped. The best explanation science can offer is “stress-induced mass psychosis,” but even that is less of an explanation and more of a description.
[Historic Mysteries, Digital Journal, Nadlanu] 

tmiscience:

The Dancing Plague of 1518 happened in the city of Strasbourg, France. Over a month, 400 citizens began to compulsively dance. They weren’t happy about it, and several died of exhaustion, but eventually they all stopped. The best explanation science can offer is “stress-induced mass psychosis,” but even that is less of an explanation and more of a description.

[Historic Mysteries, Digital Journal, Nadlanu

22nd September 2014

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snark0lepsy:

The Whitest Kids U’ Know x

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