Install Theme

creepycryptid:

possibly my favourite scene from anything ever

kingshitdave:

Artwork by Deryk Thomas. His artwork was also seen on the album covers by Swans on their albums White Light From the Mouth of Infinity and Love of Life. 

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johndarnielle:

amerikkkan-stories:

Really cool. It reminds me of the Evil Dead (original) book. 

sorry to bring the cuss words yall but this fucking rules

magictransistor:

Robert Wiene. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. 1920.

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xdepressivexyouthx:

Efrim Menuck of Godspeed You! Black Emperor

xdepressivexyouthx:

Efrim Menuck of Godspeed You! Black Emperor

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GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S HOUSE

(Source: pumpkinkraken, via blessed-lay-down-writhe-in-agony)

hiddenarithmetic:

This Entire Fucking Battlefield.

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flashofgod:

Andrei Tarkovsky, Polaroids, 1979-82

flashofgod:

Andrei Tarkovsky, Polaroids, 1979-82

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mierdadevida:

Moondog. 

mierdadevida:

Moondog. 

(Source: mobilegnome)

lemaddyart:

Run from the one who comes to find youwait for the night that comes to hideyour eyes black like an animalcrossing the waterlead them to die-Chelsea Wolfe, Feral LoveMaddy Young, ink on paper, 2014.

lemaddyart:

Run from the one who comes to find you
wait for the night that comes to hide
your eyes black like an animal
crossing the water
lead them to die

-Chelsea Wolfe, Feral Love

Maddy Young, ink on paper, 2014.

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(Source: barrowwight, via mossqveen)

The idea of a complete life, meaningful within itself, must probably be abandoned with the conception of the epic death—for catastrophes always have the power to draw into themselves remote realities and events from the distant past. If mortally weary people take an affirmative view of death, it is most likely the case that death relieves them of a burden. The reason for the allegedly positive relationship to death taught by these metaphysics is none other than the one which comes forcibly to mind today, and which I already mentioned: that the life in question amounted to so little that there was little resistance to its ending.

Theodor W. Adorno, lecture on 27 July 1965

Adorno on Heidegger

(Source: anthropologeist, via twilightofthesubject)

Wreck and Reference

—A Glass Cage For An Animal

mierdadevida:

Wreck and Reference - A Glass Cage For An Animal

(Source: rawpleasures)

madness-and-gods:

Liz Buckingham of Electric Wizard

madness-and-gods:

Liz Buckingham of Electric Wizard

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