THEME BY SARAHCATHS+
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”YOU ARE NOT MARIA!”

Metropolis (1927) dir. Fritz Lang

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totalfilm:

The Meteoric Rise Of James Gunn

cinemastreets: JAMES GUNNNNNNNNNNNN
one of my favorite directors - read read read!

totalfilm:

The Meteoric Rise Of James Gunn

cinemastreets: JAMES GUNNNNNNNNNNNN

one of my favorite directors - read read read!

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Too many screenplays in the works & none being finished - AKA: TOO MANY IDEAS TO HANDLE

help me guys, this is a struggle

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REMORSE by Carlos Zozaya

Hey peeps!

This is a short horror film I wan an Art Director for!

Also… if you look closely at that dead body… you might find someone familiar… ;)

2headedsnake:

Rovina Cai

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terrorfactory:

the shining

terrorfactory:

the shining

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atlasobscura:

EXPLORING THE STORM DRAINS OF MELBOURNE, A SECRET LABYRINTH OF TUNNELS AND CREEPY-CRAWLIES
BY DARMON RICHTER / 23 JUL 2014
With more than 1,500km (932 miles) of underground tunnels hidden beneath its streets, it’s no wonder Melbourne has grown into something of a mecca for urban explorers. Its complex network of storm water drains is often cited as one of the most elaborate in the world, and the labyrinth has drawn its own string of admirers.
Full article at Atlas Obscura

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EXPLORING THE STORM DRAINS OF MELBOURNE, A SECRET LABYRINTH OF TUNNELS AND CREEPY-CRAWLIES

BY DARMON RICHTER / 23 JUL 2014
With more than 1,500km (932 miles) of underground tunnels hidden beneath its streets, it’s no wonder Melbourne has grown into something of a mecca for urban explorers. Its complex network of storm water drains is often cited as one of the most elaborate in the world, and the labyrinth has drawn its own string of admirers.
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…“It was a terrible thing,” the survivor had said. “It was all dark and you couldn’t see anything.”

(William S. Burroughs, And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks)

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under-radar-mag:

Since 2010 a kid by the name of Marcus Hanley has been sneaking into music festivals across the U.S. and UK posing as a professional photographer and videographer, capturing some of the biggest live performances in recent memory.

under-radar-mag:

Since 2010 a kid by the name of Marcus Hanley has been sneaking into music festivals across the U.S. and UK posing as a professional photographer and videographer, capturing some of the biggest live performances in recent memory.

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Porcelain dolls left at 8 Homes Resemble Homeowners' Daughters (x)