segunda-feira, outubro 26, 2009


Don't you know what to do in October 31st?


If you don't have a Halloween party to go, I'd reccomend watching classical horror movies:

  • DRACULA - Bela Lugosi turns in a landmark horror performance in this 1931 adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel. Revisit Transylvania for the eerie mood created by spectacular cinematography and Lugosi's oft-copied take on the infamous Dracula. Dwight Frye as Renfield also helps define the grotesque and sniveling sidekick role.

  • NOSFERATU - 1921. Many horror freaks call F.W. Murnau's silent German classic the scariest Dracula adaptation ever. The bone-chilling tale kicks off when a sailor on a ghost ship opens a coffin, thereby releasing a vampire named Count Orlok who sets off on a rampage of terror aimed at a real estate agent and his comely wife. The creepy caped one is played by Max Schreck, sporting grotesque makeup that transforms him into a symbol of pestilence and decay.

I found this old post I did in 2007, about Face Hunter's pictures to inspire people to get their costum!

The nice thing is this kind of information is ALWAYS usefull ;D

...In addition I also found this pic from last year when we were in London! Click here for more!