Just another blog by an ambiguously-gendered primeval monster.

Likes: terrorizing mortals; libraries; serious eyeshadow; chain wallets; suspiciously lifelike marble statues

Dislikes: people who aren't statues yet; bros; Perseus

19th April 2013

Photoset reblogged from the saddest boy in all of canada with 378 notes

batwingdreams:

Max Schreck as the Angel of Death in “Hanneles Himelfahrt” (“The Assumption of Hannele”)

Tagged: max schreckyay

Source: batwingdreams

8th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Talking of Michelangelo with 803 notes

schreckstunde:

Max Schreck as Graf Orlok in “Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens”

schreckstunde:

Max Schreck as Graf Orlok in “Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens”

Tagged: max schrecknosferatumurnausilent filmthis ship of death has a new captain awwwwwww yeah

Source: schreckstunde

31st October 2012

Photo with 7 notes

[Still from Nosferatu (1922): Orlok prowls the doomed ship]
"The ship of death had a new captain"

[Still from Nosferatu (1922): Orlok prowls the doomed ship]

"The ship of death had a new captain"

Tagged: nosferatumax schreckf.w. murnausilent filmvampiresgerman expressionism

4th September 2012

Photo reblogged from Behind the times and loving it with 80 notes

donaldmania:

nosferatuplz:

horror-movie-confessions:

“I really don’t see how Nosferatu was scary if he was in SpongeBob!”

I’m not sure I really follow your train of thought. Bela Lugosi was turned into a puppet for Sesame Street, after all. Cartoons parody a lot of material that was never originally kid friendly. On the other hand, I’ll give you that even a critic who went to the premiere called Count Orlok “a big bug-bear”. But then again, some women at the premiere had a bad night. Reactions to Nosferatu have always been a mixed bag. Some people would piss their pants if they saw them, and others think he’s adorable. :) I think he’s adorably badass.

^ This comment. Especially about how he’s adorably badass.

No but look this whole thing just made me think of errbody’s favorite goth muppet, Nik Fiend

donaldmania:

nosferatuplz:

horror-movie-confessions:

I really don’t see how Nosferatu was scary if he was in SpongeBob!”

I’m not sure I really follow your train of thought. Bela Lugosi was turned into a puppet for Sesame Street, after all. Cartoons parody a lot of material that was never originally kid friendly. On the other hand, I’ll give you that even a critic who went to the premiere called Count Orlok “a big bug-bear”. But then again, some women at the premiere had a bad night. Reactions to Nosferatu have always been a mixed bag. Some people would piss their pants if they saw them, and others think he’s adorable. :) I think he’s adorably badass.

^ This comment. Especially about how he’s adorably badass.

No but look this whole thing just made me think of errbody’s favorite goth muppet, Nik Fiend

muppet

Tagged: nosferatuorlokmax schrecksilent filmnik fiendgoth muppets

Source: horror-movie-confessions

23rd June 2012

Photoset reblogged from DEEP IN THE WOODS A FUNERAL IS SWINGIN' with 782 notes

[Two animated gifs: one of Dracula emerging from his coffin, and one of Count Orlok, turning to look over his shoulder.]

Welp, was gonna watch Dr. Mabuse finally, but then these gifs.  *goes to find vampire movies*

Tagged: draculanosferatubela lugosimax schreckvampiresclassic filmsilent film