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Der Golem, wie er in die Welt kam (The Golem: How He Came into the World)

Ricardo Cortez in production still from D.W. Griffith’s Faustian tale The Sorrows of Satan (1926)

Ricardo Cortez in a production still from D. Griffith’s Faustian tale The Sorrows of Satan based on Marie Corelli’s 1895 novel of the same name. The picture was famously used as the cover to the Bauhaus single, Bela Lugosi’s Dead - Thx LaShelle

Nosferatu. Strangely Freaky. I watched the movie all the way through - not a small accomplishment.

I watched the movie all the way through - not a small accomplishment.

sétimo selo , dom quixote e sergio moro em analogias tropicais

sétimo selo , dom quixote e sergio moro em analogias tropicais

The Swedish master Ingmar Bergman is always described as dark and gloomy, but he was a deeply humane artist with great empathy, writes Benjamin Ramm.

Metropolis, 1927

Brigitte Helm as “The Maschinenmensch”; production still from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis

Count Orlok (Max Schreck - Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens - 1922)

Nosferatu: this original movie vampire from a 1922 silent film is beyond creepy despite primitive make up and effects budget.

theArtWolf.com - HAMMERSHØI AND DREYER at the CCCB

The CCCB presents the exhibition Hammershøi and Dreyer, bringing together for the first time the bodies of work of the two most universal Danish artists of all time

Harold Lloyd in Bumping Into Broadway (1919, dir. Hal Roach)

Harold Lloyd in Bumping Into Broadway dir. Hal Roach) (scene online here) (via)

Best Horror Movies by Year Since 1920

Best Horror Movies by Year Since 1920

Best Horror Movies, Classic Films, Lanterns, Movie Tv, Cinema, Templates, Cabinets