Lucifer Rising (Tumblr)

"Chaos Reigns."
--fox

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80s-90s-stuff:

70s fantasy - Earl Norem’s awesome artwork for “The Slithering Shadow” / The Savage Sword of Conan #20, 1977

80s-90s-stuff:

70s fantasy - Earl Norem’s awesome artwork for “The Slithering Shadow” / The Savage Sword of Conan #20, 1977

vintagesalt:

Serial Mom (1994)

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gameraboy:

The A-Team

gameraboy:

The A-Team

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fearofaghostplanet:

SGT. SLAUGHTER: GUITAR HERO

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christophersebela:

'I came onto it via phone call. “Hey we’ve got this movie, it’s called THE THING. Remember the movie from the 50’s?” “Yeah” I said, “I remember that.” “Well, that’s what it is. It’s just a remake. We need a comp now and a finished painting by morning if we like it,” so I did… I did one drawing. I faxed it to them in the old days and they said “Fine” and I stayed up my 24 hours and painted the picture. In the morning a delivery boy came, picked it up and that’s the last I saw of it.' - Drew Struzan

christophersebela:

'I came onto it via phone call. “Hey we’ve got this movie, it’s called THE THING. Remember the movie from the 50’s?” “Yeah” I said, “I remember that.” “Well, that’s what it is. It’s just a remake. We need a comp now and a finished painting by morning if we like it,” so I did… I did one drawing. I faxed it to them in the old days and they said “Fine” and I stayed up my 24 hours and painted the picture. In the morning a delivery boy came, picked it up and that’s the last I saw of it.' - Drew Struzan

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beyond-horror-design:

You did it Scoob! They’ve just invited us to dinner!  They What?

beyond-horror-design:

You did it Scoob! They’ve just invited us to dinner!

They What?

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christmastimemagic:

The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late); original video from The Alvin Show.

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hotmonsters:

retropopcult:

Bill Murray, 1979

hotmonsters:

retropopcult:

Bill Murray, 1979

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retroreverbs:

Hustler (August, 1975).

retroreverbs:

Hustler (August, 1975).

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