Dracula: 1931. Re-telling of Bram Stroker's infamous tale. Not as good as Nosferatu, but the opening is beautifully filmed. (307/1001)

Dracula: 1931. Re-telling of Bram Stroker's infamous tale. Not as good as Nosferatu, but the opening is beautifully filmed. (307/1001)

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Bride+of+Frankenstein+poster.+12x18.+Kraft+by+UncleGertrudes,+$22.00
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The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) - "It's madness, not science!" - - #horror #movie #poster

The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) - "It's madness, not science!" - - #horror #movie #poster

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Universal Monsters: aside from Godzilla, some of the greatest monsters on the planet.
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I included this picture for the creep factor more than anything, however, I think it also relates the archetypal monstrous woman.  The whole notion of the monstrous feminine revolves around female power, however, I always found it interesting that if women have power and influence, it rarely results in good and is oftentimes associated with evil.  Although this image does not clearly display evil, the horrific aspect of it makes this connection possible.  American Horror Story: Coven

I included this picture for the creep factor more than anything, however, I think it also relates the archetypal monstrous woman. The whole notion of the monstrous feminine revolves around female power, however, I always found it interesting that if women have power and influence, it rarely results in good and is oftentimes associated with evil. Although this image does not clearly display evil, the horrific aspect of it makes this connection possible. American Horror Story: Coven

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Creature From The Black Lagoon...classic 50's sci fi film  whose plot follows "King Kong"  very closely.

Creature From The Black Lagoon...classic 50's sci fi film whose plot follows "King Kong" very closely.

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