dvnbroch:

Disney Villains Week Day Five: Best/Funniest Villain Moment
↳ Hades in general

“If there’s one god you don’t want to get steamed up, it’s Hades.

He ran the underworld but thought the dead were dull and uncouth. He was as mean as he was ruthless and that’s the gospel truth.”

cool-salsa:

reblog if Jeffrey Combs is your favorite middle aged white dad

pathos-in-pantomime:

Bela Lugosi as Dracula (1931)

pathos-in-pantomime:

Bela Lugosi as Dracula (1931)

fuckyeahjeffreycombs:

Herbert West, ‘Bride of Re-Animator’, 1990.

fuckyeahjeffreycombs:

Herbert West, ‘Bride of Re-Animator’, 1990.

(Source: slutby)

sticker-album:

*vintage popsicle stickers*
blackwidoho:

Movies to watch in the dark as your heart races and you become paranoid and constantly turn your back to see,if anyone is watching you.
CLASSIC HORROR:
|| Night of the living dead || Nosferatu || Psycho || Horror of Dracula || The Wolf Man || The Creature from The Blue Lagoon  || The Bride of Frankenstein  || Dracula || The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari  || The Mummy || House on Haunted Hill || The Haunting || Rosemary’s Baby || The Birds || The Bad Seed || 
POPULAR HORROR MOVIES: 
|| The Exorcist || The Texas Chainsaw Massacre || A Nightmare on Elm Street || Halloween ||  Friday the 13th || The Shining || Scream || The Blair Witch Project || Carrie || The Silence of The Lambs || Jaws || The Ring || Saw || 
CULT CLASSICS:
|| Re-Animator || Evil Dead || Videodrome || Army Of Darkness || Basket Case || The Omen || Scanners || The Hills Have Eyes || They Live || Dead Alive/Braindead || The Thing || The Wicker Man || 
OTHER:
|| Scary Movie || Shaun of The Dead || Zombieland || Gremlins || Young Frankenstein || The Rocky Horror Picture Show || Beetlejuice || Let The Right One In || The Cabin in The Woods || Sleepaway Camp || An American Werewolf in London||

horroroftruant:

Classic Horror Movie VHS Box Covers

Oh, horror movie VHS covers. Before the age of the internet, horror fans scoured the isles of their local video store, renting whatever flick had the best cover art. The boxes were gory, creepy, and oftentimes absurd. They were decorated with blood, guts, gore and half naked women, each box trying its hardest to stick out from the rest and earn the curious horror fan’s dollar. They especially intrigued younger viewers, offering a brief voyeuristic glimpse into the kind of adult entertainment that was otherwise hidden from their eyes. In this post I take a look back at some of the most striking horror movie VHS box covers from the video store days.