mccartneymadness:

Germany, 1966

mccartneymadness:

Germany, 1966

1,311 plays

The Velvet Underground - I’m Waiting for the Man

10,165 plays

theswinginsixties:

The Zombies — She’s Not There - 1964

Day 21 - best horror franchise

Hammer Films

I prefer the early ones (until the end of the 60s) as from the 70s on they get rather, shall we say explicit,before that it’s about the actors.

When Peter Crushing and Christopher Lee are involved, I love them more

Also Hammer made other movies besides horror, thrillers and comedies etc. 

RIP OSCAR DE LA RENTA

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other-romantic-verbs:

Little Leverage Moments - Part 15/?

"Wow, you are super old. Thank you for the history lesson. Maybe later, you can tell us about that one time you punched Hitler in the face. Parker, still yummy.” [Part Two]

shadowlongknife:

I only visit the real world when I have to.

shadowlongknife:

I only visit the real world when I have to.

I’ve been teaching her a couple of things

other-romantic-verbs:

Little Leverage Moments - Part 20/?

Day 20 - favorite horror character

I can’t pick one. I have favorites or characters I continually enjoy seeing. For example

SO FAR (as of right now, I could add before the end of October)

Theo from The Haunting (she’s mysterious and fabulous and 60s)

Irena from The Cat People (oh sweet heart, she deserved better (hugs), maybe a different time period, which is possible if you think about it…)

Dr. Clare Wyatt (Anna Lee) The Man Who Lives Again (the man who changed his mind) She’s a Doctor in the (pre-code!!)30s who’s respected even by her fiance who tries to help her which she clearly doesn’t need. Clare needs another story.)

Eva: Spanish Dracula 1931 (because, when you see it you’ll know why)(also Luptia Tovar is 104!!)

Jennifer from I Married a Witch (1942) (She’s wonderfully strange even before accidentally getting the love potion herself. How can she possibly be evil??!! With her mischievous father, she’s MORE interesting and fun than EVERYONE else in the movie

Maleva from The Wofman (1941)and Frankenstein Meets Wolfman (1943) (oh this poor woman, she tries she does, maybe she could have helped Klove while she was at it)

Klove from Scars of Dracula (1970) because of reasons. ok fine. Patrick Troughton and his eyebrows are a slave to Christoper Lee’s Dracula. again do I even to explain that at all!! (full movie)

the drunk landladies from Werewolf of London (1935) how can you NOT love them!!

Helen Grosvenor in The Mummy (1932) she can take care of herself, thank you very much

The Rat Catcher in The Phantom of the Opera (1962) he gets two minutes and he’s more interesting than anyone in this movie!! even if he catches rats for pies (eww)

Tabitha the Cat in The Shadow of the Cat (1961)

Ian Osborn in X the Unknown (1956) because despite being  on screen for less than five minutes,he was directly affected(Willie was his friend).There’s lots of potential and still is. 

universalmonsterstribute:

Dracula (Spanish - 1931)

universalmonsterstribute:

Dracula (Spanish - 1931)

nitratediva:

Lupita Tovar in the Spanish language version of Dracula (1931). I just published a blog post about this little-known classic, superior in many ways to the English version. The beautiful and talented Tovar is still with us at the age of 104!

nitratediva:

Lupita Tovar in the Spanish language version of Dracula (1931). I just published a blog post about this little-known classic, superior in many ways to the English version. The beautiful and talented Tovar is still with us at the age of 104!