cultqueens:

Shirley Eaton, “Goldfinger”, 1964.

While she did not die from being covered in gold paint (as the urban legend has falsely led us to believe), it was still horrendously painful to remove, as they merely scrubbed at it with brushes to do so.

cultqueens:

Shirley Eaton, “Goldfinger”, 1964.

While she did not die from being covered in gold paint (as the urban legend has falsely led us to believe), it was still horrendously painful to remove, as they merely scrubbed at it with brushes to do so.

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thebristolboard:

Covers for all eight issues of Gothic Blimp Works, a classic underground comix series published by the East Village Other, 1969.

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physiologicfear:

What? Your boobs don’t eat lipstick?

To this day, that effect still weirds me the fuck out.  Of course, this gif loses the impact of the scene in the film, what with the reversing, looping, and increased speed.  When you watch it in the context of the film, however, it is very unsettling.

physiologicfear:

What? Your boobs don’t eat lipstick?

To this day, that effect still weirds me the fuck out.  Of course, this gif loses the impact of the scene in the film, what with the reversing, looping, and increased speed.  When you watch it in the context of the film, however, it is very unsettling.

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chromeandlightning:

Beau and Alan Daniels ‘87

chromeandlightning:

Beau and Alan Daniels ‘87

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

This was from a rejected concept for the scene between Joey (Rodney Eastman) and the sexy nurse (Sally Piper).  Piper wore an appliance sculpted to specifically fit her face, but to resemble Robert Englund’s Freddy character makeup.

The idea was nixed upon viewing the scene, as it was all too apparent (via facial expressions, movement, and mannerisms) that it was just a woman wearing a Freddy appliance, and wasn’t going to pass for Freddy himself merged with a female body.  A similar issue was encountered during production of A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985), when an attempt was made to use someone other than Robert Englund in a minor scene.  The replacement actor’s stilted gait and posture made it all too clear that there’s only one man that can properly fill Freddy’s shoes.

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nonroutine:

get to know me meme - [2/5] favorite movies: Un Chien Andalou (1929)

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outsound:

'Snuff' VHS big box. This one was banned in one more country than 'Cannibal Ferox' 😂 #snuff #heruarchive #vhs #exploitation #rendezvousla (at Basilland)

"The film that could only be made in South America…where Life is CHEAP!"
Honestly, it’s surprising that more people didn’t realize sooner that the alleged “killing” hastily tacked onto the end of the movie had nothing to do with the footage that preceded it.  They made no attempt whatsoever to recreate any of the sets, nor to find actresses that resembled any of the ones used in the original film.
Also considering that the original had actually been briefly released to theaters four years prior, you would think there’d have been more people taking notice (though, to be fair, it had failed miserably at the box office).  I went over the origins of the film in greater detail here.  
On a semi-related note, there actually was a rumor that went around among b-movie actresses during the late 60’s/early 70’s about an unnamed actress that went missing during the production of a film, never to return.  However, this rumor was about filming in the Philippines, and not Argentina.

outsound:

'Snuff' VHS big box. This one was banned in one more country than 'Cannibal Ferox' 😂 #snuff #heruarchive #vhs #exploitation #rendezvousla (at Basilland)

"The film that could only be made in South America…where Life is CHEAP!"

Honestly, it’s surprising that more people didn’t realize sooner that the alleged “killing” hastily tacked onto the end of the movie had nothing to do with the footage that preceded it.  They made no attempt whatsoever to recreate any of the sets, nor to find actresses that resembled any of the ones used in the original film.

Also considering that the original had actually been briefly released to theaters four years prior, you would think there’d have been more people taking notice (though, to be fair, it had failed miserably at the box office).  I went over the origins of the film in greater detail here

On a semi-related note, there actually was a rumor that went around among b-movie actresses during the late 60’s/early 70’s about an unnamed actress that went missing during the production of a film, never to return.  However, this rumor was about filming in the Philippines, and not Argentina.

norberthellacopter:

#149 Return to Nuke ‘Em High vol. 1 - 2013 Trailer

Lloyd Kaufman a 2006-os csirkezombi musical, a Poultrygeist - Night of the Chicken Dead óta nem rendezett filmet, most azonban a Troma Toxic Avenger melletti legikonikusabb szériájával, a nukleáris gimnáziummal tért vissza, egyenesen duplarésszel (a vol. 2 idén lesz valamikor). Én a legelső Nuke ‘Em filmet nagyon bírom, de sajnos ez nem lett túl jó, Kaufman elég fárasztó ultrainfantilizmusa mellé nem sorakozott fel túl sok emlékezetes pillanat, de:
1. Stan Lee meséli az elején az előzményeket.
2. Feltűnik egy Bathory hátfelvarró.
3. LEMMY AZ USA ELNÖKE.

Azért a második részt is megnézem majd…5.5/10

80s-90s-stuff:

Linnea Quigley’s chainsaw dance in “Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers”, 1988

Clearly, Gunner Hansen must have been putting her through chainsaw-wielding training prior to filming.

80s-90s-stuff:

Linnea Quigley’s chainsaw dance in “Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers”, 1988

Clearly, Gunner Hansen must have been putting her through chainsaw-wielding training prior to filming.

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super-saiyan-broly:

Mr. East Loves Mom

A video that to start with doesn’t seem like much more than glitched video to somber music and a heart rate monitor - but gradually gets and more disturbing as your mind is left to fill in the blanks of what you’re witnessing. The video has a lot of vague gorey/pornogaphic/trypophobia-esque clips and distortion, I’d recommend NOT watching it if you’re sensitive to that kind of imagery.

What it REALLY is, is a music video by Youtube user nana825763 as a music video for musician Arai Tasuku’s album, Sin of Children. nana825763 is most well known for their video username:666 but other goodies by them include this video and POKOPOKOPIKOTAN, a stop-motion film featuring two adorable lil’ anime styled girls frolicking against a watercolor backdrop with cute animals. Go check it out! It’s more disturbing than it sounds.

Amazingly creepy video - absolutely brilliant.

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everydaygoth:

For my poison garden

This would make the most bitchin’ birdbath.
Especially because of the alarmed looks from the neighbors as birds repeatedly enter your backyard, only to leave drenched in what appears to be blood.

everydaygoth:

For my poison garden

This would make the most bitchin’ birdbath.

Especially because of the alarmed looks from the neighbors as birds repeatedly enter your backyard, only to leave drenched in what appears to be blood.

(Source: sadness-and-memories)