I'm Tobey Maguire.

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ghostofcheney:

Ernest Scared Stupid

I had an absolutely abysmal morning but I was able to drop everything and go to my happy place, where I was surrounded by all my friends and family who loved me and were able to take care of me.

I am very appreciative of that.

I’ve been having an incredibly difficult time these past few days and it’s finally built up to a breaking point of tears and frustration.

If there’s any one of my friends I can hang out with in the next few days, please let me know because I don’t want to face the weekend alone.

I love you all.

salesonfilm:

Dolly Rudeman (1902—1980) was a graphic designer, and the only Dutch woman to design film posters in the 1920s. Most of her work dates from the silent era to the early ’30s. See more of her work here.

vegraptor:

colonelswag:

i don’t know why i laughed so hard but

buT NO THATS LITERALLY ESSENTIALLY WHAT HE DID

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Fun zombie movie fact that I dunno if anybody knows, but before The Walking Dead was a big famous TV show on AMC, there was an old horror film in 1936 that was also called The Walking Dead. It starred Boris Karloff as a creepy old man who gets reanimated by a scientist and seeks revenge on those responsible for his death. As a reanimated man, Karloff walks around with a limp and drags his foot behind.

When they were making Night of the Living Dead, Bill Hinzman, who played the cemetery zombie and was arguably the first zombie of the genre, was inspired by Karloff’s limp and he created the iconic zombie lumber.

And now, shows like The Walking Dead depict zombies in that famous Hinzman manner. It’s all come full circle!

taylors1928 replied to your post:I love Halloween. Every October I try to watch one…

An American Werewolf in London and Night of the Living Dead (‘68)!

I can’t believe I forgot about those films! Thanks!!!

I love Halloween. Every October I try to watch one horror movie a day leading up to Halloween but I usually end up watching at least 4-5 a day (one time, I did eight) because I love the genre so much. I make a checklist of films I want to hit and usually, I’ll end up watching those films, their sequels, and any other miscellaneous scary movies that I happen to stumble upon on TV.

Here’s what I have so far.

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Hocus Pocus
  • The Exorcist
  • ✓ Halloweentown
  • ✓ The Addams Family
  • Ernest Scared Stupid
  • ✓ It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
  • ✓ The Monster Squad
  • ✓ Dracula, ✓ Frankenstein, ✓ Wolf Man, ✓ The Mummy (Universal)
  • The Mummy’s Hand (possibly sequels)
  • ✓ ParaNorman
  • ✓ Dracula, ✓ Frankenstein, ✓ The Mummy (Hammer)
  • Halloween
  • Nightmare on Elm Street
  • Alien(s)
  • Friday the 13th
  • Evil Dead Trilogy
  • The Shining
  • ✓ Beetlejuice
  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  • ✓ Fright Night
  • ✓ The Uninvited
  • The Witches
  • ✓ The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • ✓ The Wicker Man
  • ✓ Gremlins 2
  • ✓ The Wolfman (2011)
  • An American Werewolf in London
  • Night of the Living Dead

Any other suggestions? :)

rosannapansino:

Loved recreating these Maleficent themed Candy Apples from Disneyland! ♥

flowermotif:

thxnos:

civil war mcu: the world is devastated after the government wants the… like… 7 heroes to register. Death. Chaos. Madness.

"We can’t let them reveal our secret identities. It would be wrong."

"We don’t have secret identities. You’ve been famous since 1943, I literally landed in the armor at a convention named after myself while surrounded by Iron Man themed dancers, Thor is just Thor, and everyone else’s identity was leaked by Natasha, thank you so much."

"How will this affect the m—"

"Mmm?"

"I don’t know, there was a word on the tip of my tongue but I forgot it."

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communicorewest:

epcot center: future world logos

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