‘hellraiser’ by Samantha Norbury
'hellraiser' by Samantha Norbury. A pencil drawing of Hellraiser played by actor Doug Bradlty. As of 08/05/11 it's had 1904 views & has been favorited by 16 people.
Edward Scissorhands fan art by MichaelChoiArt on DeviantArt
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Tea and Knickers for the Vicar
While other little girls were playing with dolls, I was howling at the moon. My name is Pandacat. My lovely Dizzy wrote something about me and it's the most accurate description of me ever: "Sparkly Panda, Sleepy Panda, Little ball of luck, Tough Panda, Feminist Panda, Son, I'll fuck you...
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Jack Nicholson was always the first choice to play the Joker, but he initially declined the role. The part was then offered to Robin Williams, who accepted the role while the film was still in pre-production. But Nicholson then had a change of heart and Williams was released.
The movie would have never happened if it weren’t for Pee-wee Herman.
Margaret White — Carrie
Most moms suck because they don't let you eat dessert before dinner, but Margaret White will lock you in a room and violently try to force Satan out of you. That's a whole lot worse.
WALL TO WALL SPOOKS
Back in my day, the first official act of Halloween was always the adornment of the decorations. Well, that's not totally true. The act of deciding what to dress up as usually occurred before mid summer, and sometimes as early as the prior Halloween. "Aw man, the crotch seam just ripped out of my costume. Next year I'm making my own." The decorations pictured here were among the first I ever purchased. I think I was in first grade when I walked into homeroom and discovered these spooky…