horroroftruant:

The Art of Daniel R. Horne

Daniel R. Horne has been making art professionally for the past thirty one  years.

From paperback covers and children’s books to gallery paintings and one of a kind art dolls, Daniel’s art is in many private collections from Hong Kong to New York City.

Daniel’s art has been featured in many of the genre’s leading magazines and has been honored to have his painting: ARCADIA on the cover of : SPECTRUM the best of fantastic art., The covers  for MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT, SCREEM MAGAZINE and a fine interview in make up artist magazine.

Daniel’s classic monster paintings are in the collection of DAVID and JAN HAFT, GUILLERMO DEL TORO, RICK BAKER, GREG NICOTERO .

No matter the medium, Daniel gives each and every one of his creations life and a history.

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The Chaney picture is gorgeous!

rookheeya:

Greta Garbo and Arthur Edmund Carewe in a scene from The Torrent ( 1926 )
Rebloging because I love this pic .
Be prepared to see it again in the future . I regret nothing :)

rookheeya:

Greta Garbo and Arthur Edmund Carewe in a scene from The Torrent ( 1926 )

Rebloging because I love this pic .

Be prepared to see it again in the future . I regret nothing :)

nitratediva:

SAVE THE WORLD’S OLDEST FILM SET! Universal Studios’ Stage 28 has a lot of memories. Parts of Dracula, Torn Curtain, and The Sting were filmed there, to name only a few. Built for the silent Phantom of the Opera (1925), the original Paris opera sets are still there. Some say the soundstage is haunted—but those ghosts might be homeless soon.
Because the word is that Universal plans to tear down this landmark of Hollywood history.
If you want to save Stage 28, SIGN THIS PETITION NOW. And also sign this one. This is really important. It’s part of our cultural heritage.
I don’t like to ask favors of you lovely people who follow me, but please, please, please do this. Together you are mighty enough to reach the goal.

nitratediva:

SAVE THE WORLD’S OLDEST FILM SET! Universal Studios’ Stage 28 has a lot of memories. Parts of Dracula, Torn Curtain, and The Sting were filmed there, to name only a few. Built for the silent Phantom of the Opera (1925), the original Paris opera sets are still there. Some say the soundstage is haunted—but those ghosts might be homeless soon.

Because the word is that Universal plans to tear down this landmark of Hollywood history.

If you want to save Stage 28, SIGN THIS PETITION NOW. And also sign this one. This is really important. It’s part of our cultural heritage.

I don’t like to ask favors of you lovely people who follow me, but please, please, please do this. Together you are mighty enough to reach the goal.

supertrout95:

"I’m going to be an adult and do adult things and be responsible and grown up"

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starkexpos:

It’s perfectly obvious where the missing pages are. He’s given them to Marcus Brody.

This is one of my favorite cuts in the history of fucking cinema.

(Source: iamnevertheone)

hedwig-dordt:


World Wide Knit in Public Day 
14th - 22nd June 2014

It’s a week, but I don’t care. I have a project to finish

hedwig-dordt:

World Wide Knit in Public Day 

14th - 22nd June 2014

It’s a week, but I don’t care. I have a project to finish

Played 2,103 times

scottshummus:

oh my gosh

let me just tell you

the story of how this song was the anthem to my emotional breakdown during the end credits of dofp. scott’s surprise appearance was the last straw that broke me and i was desperately hoping i wasn’t the only person sobbing in the middle of the cinema.

You are not alone :)