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I am all the wrong things - fat ,middle aged, bisexual, disabled, loud and I won't go away. My hobby is seeing how many years I can add to my collection before I die.
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His very name is the German word for “terror”. Perhaps this was one of the reasons why many believed it to be a pseudonym—surely no actor known for playing such a terrifying role could really have a name like that. Or perhaps it was not a pseudonym after all—perhaps, as some fancied for years, the man himself was no mere actor at all, but actually was what he portrayed onscreen—a bloodsucking member of the undead.
…How is it that this film still can effect us so profoundly, when so much of horror’s power is drawn from the unexpected? One would think that age would be the death knell of a great horror movie, and yet films like Nosferatu prove this to be dead wrong. Whether…
People may also find handy the Lovecraft Engine - so they know what to exclaim as they read this tome of crawling darkness. Also watch out for strange colours, cold breezes, and angles - they may be wrong.
↳MissAvaGardner’s top 50 Horror Classics Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays and there’s no better way to celebrate it that with 50 amazing horror films. These are 50 of my favorite horror films, not necessarily classics, I also featured movies I consider great halloween entertainment, from Nosferatu (1932) to The Silence of The Lambs(1991) I enjoy all of them and I hope you do too! Happy Halloween! and don’t forget to report any broken links.