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tylerweaver:

The Big Sleep, 1958 Pocket Books edition, cover art by Ernest Chiriaka (AKA Darcy)

tylerweaver:

The Big Sleep, 1958 Pocket Books edition, cover art by Ernest Chiriaka (AKA Darcy)

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theniftyfifties:

Alfred Hitchcock and Vera Miles photographed by Elliott Erwitt,

theniftyfifties:

Alfred Hitchcock and Vera Miles photographed by Elliott Erwitt,

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yeahmovietime:

What if: Movies Reimagened for another time Vol II.

Author: Peter Stults

Via: http://www.behance.net/PeterStults

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silverscreams:

Re-blogged, because reasons.

silverscreams:

Re-blogged, because reasons.

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tottycrushes:

Oliver Reed and Madeline Smith

tottycrushes:

Oliver Reed and Madeline Smith

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cinefamily:

David Lynch’s Wild at Heart screens this Friday at midnight!
Tickets & details: April 18

cinefamily:

David Lynch’s Wild at Heart screens this Friday at midnight!

Tickets & details: April 18

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natbrehmer:

Halloween original novelization by Curtis Richards. 
The plot of the novel was expanded from the film to include more supernatural elements, laying the seeds for what would become Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. The novel also goes more deeply into Michael’s time in the sanitarium and how Loomis came to realize the evil inside of his patient.

natbrehmer:

Halloween original novelization by Curtis Richards. 

The plot of the novel was expanded from the film to include more supernatural elements, laying the seeds for what would become Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. The novel also goes more deeply into Michael’s time in the sanitarium and how Loomis came to realize the evil inside of his patient.

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You still wake up sometimes, don’t you? You wake up in the dark and hear the screaming of the lambs.

The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

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