wire-man:

There were no survivors.

Godzilla (2014)

wire-man:

There were no survivors.

Godzilla (2014)

(via softcoregamer)

thegreatsubject:

"Do you think there’s a limit?"
-The Age of Innocence (1993)

thegreatsubject:

"Do you think there’s a limit?"

-The Age of Innocence (1993)

bornofanatombomb:

Battle Cossack in action!

thegreatsubject:

"You like to do it. It’s in your nature to ask for trouble."
-Contraband (1940)

thegreatsubject:

"You like to do it. It’s in your nature to ask for trouble."

-Contraband (1940)

grizzlath:

psyducked:

you’re next

Soon

Targets (Bogdanovich, 1968)

grizzlath:

psyducked:

you’re next

Soon

Targets (Bogdanovich, 1968)

(via aninventoryofthepossible)

twentypercentcooler:

barefootmarley:

crestwood publishing monsters series

1977

on a personal note:  i have checked these out of my school library in the second and third grades along with others in the series.

SAME.

That Dracula one is very formative.

This was a nostalgia trip.  Except that my school library had The Creature from the Black Lagoon instead of Mad Scientists.  I never checked out Frankenstein or The Mummy either, because we owned those on VHS.

Unfortunately, reading the book convinced me that The Wolf Man would be good.  The pictures didn’t really sell how much of a sad sack Lon Chaney Jr. was.

postcardsfromspace:

babygoatsandfriends:

coolkid.jpg

GPOY

Internet is never getting better than this.

postcardsfromspace:

babygoatsandfriends:

coolkid.jpg

GPOY

Internet is never getting better than this.