98percentevil:

"And who said they couldn’t get along?" - 98% Evil
"I think it was the angry mob with the pitchforks and torches." - 2% Good
"Oh, right!" - 98% Evil

98percentevil:

"And who said they couldn’t get along?" - 98% Evil

"I think it was the angry mob with the pitchforks and torches." - 2% Good

"Oh, right!" - 98% Evil

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Tags: Frankenstein
cinemaocd:

idlesuperstar:

I decided that the only way I was ever going to get the Wall Of Swoony Dead Actors redone was a) coffee, b) put everything on the bed so I had to finish it before bedtime and of course c), the old tried and tested method of making a ridiculous gif of the process. 
There is still a gap for two more pictures that I totally meant to leave *hem hem* ok I ran out of frames. And the Humph/Peter picture fell off and hit me on the head but I’m ok, if a bit lumpy. 
LOOK AT HOW BIG TORQUIL IS. Seriously, the smallest frames are A4. Also, tangentially, look at my lovely new/old desk for sewing at. Charity shop bargains ftw. 


#adventures in ridiculousness: my life let me show it you


Dedication. 

cinemaocd:

idlesuperstar:

I decided that the only way I was ever going to get the Wall Of Swoony Dead Actors redone was a) coffee, b) put everything on the bed so I had to finish it before bedtime and of course c), the old tried and tested method of making a ridiculous gif of the process. 

There is still a gap for two more pictures that I totally meant to leave *hem hem* ok I ran out of frames. And the Humph/Peter picture fell off and hit me on the head but I’m ok, if a bit lumpy. 

LOOK AT HOW BIG TORQUIL IS. Seriously, the smallest frames are A4. Also, tangentially, look at my lovely new/old desk for sewing at. Charity shop bargains ftw. 

Dedication. 

Reblogged from Cinemaocd.tumblr.com
ghostaphobia:

Boris Karloff getting his makeup done for Frankenstein.

ghostaphobia:

Boris Karloff getting his makeup done for Frankenstein.

asbestoe:

Playing with daisies in Frankenstein (James Whale,1931) proves to be lethal.

asbestoe:

Playing with daisies in Frankenstein (James Whale,1931) proves to be lethal.

Reblogged from asbestoe
asbestoe:

" Are you sure you want me to open the door?" and they all said yes.
Mae Clarke, Edward Van Sloan and John Boles in James Whale's Frankenstein (1931)

asbestoe:

" Are you sure you want me to open the door?" and they all said yes.

Mae Clarke, Edward Van Sloan and John Boles in James Whale's Frankenstein (1931)

Reblogged from asbestoe
2bbornot2bb:

Obsession, what obsession?

Looks a bit like Colin Clive.

2bbornot2bb:

Obsession, what obsession?

Looks a bit like Colin Clive.

paddyfitz:

missanthropicprinciple, I took these really bad photos in London in July, I found this statue at random and all it said was ‘Clive’… is this the Clive of India that was an ancestor of Colin’s?image

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Yes! Colin was related to Clive of India on his mother’s side. I can’t remember what the relation was exactly. Great-great-great uncle, distant cousin? I’ll look into it.

Family resemblance to George Clive. 

Sorry I’ve been short on posts. I’ll make it up to you. 

Tags: Coiln Clive

thepunk-rock-beatle:

Let us all take a moment to appreciate the very under appreciated Colin Clive. 

Reblogged from Idk Cats and Beatles
Colin Clive turned 2 today! (Actually this was a few days ago but what the hell.)

Colin Clive turned 2 today! (Actually this was a few days ago but what the hell.)

Something in your eyes
Calls to mind a silver screen
And all its sad goodbyes
— Careless Whisper - George Michael 
silverscreams:

FRANKENSTEIN, 1931.

silverscreams:

FRANKENSTEIN, 1931.

Reblogged from Silver Scream
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