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Thread: Nightmare Fuel

  1. #641
    smurfee_mcgee's Avatar
    1,212 posts since Nov 2006

    DUUUUDE. SO good.

    Here have this.

    [youtube]eJDJ1ALa9Eo[/youtube]

    Uh...how do I get them to be normal ratio?

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  3. #643
    smurfee_mcgee's Avatar
    1,212 posts since Nov 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Bloodspray View Post
    I was not expecting that.

    EDIT: Ninja'd. Referring to Leggy.
    I figured. My headphones were up a little too loud for that, but I still enjoyed it.

  4. #644

    22,144 posts since Oct 2009
    I really don't know how to change the size of embedded videos. I put mine on widescreen years ago and I think they might have changed the options since then. Also, this:



    Last edited by Sir Legendhead; 01-03-2013 at 10:17 PM. Reason: added bonus round

  5. #645
    smurfee_mcgee's Avatar
    1,212 posts since Nov 2006

    LOL amazing! I've got a different version of that video somewhere. Not sure if it's as good as that.

  6. 01-03-2013, 10:29 PM

  7. #646
    smurfee_mcgee's Avatar
    1,212 posts since Nov 2006

    The first one. I'm looking for it, and in a related video, someone pointed out that Ricky didn't lock his door. Sick bastard.

  8. #647
    Have we had much Lovecraft in here? I'm in a Lovecraft/fucked-up monster mood:

    Spoiler!


    Additions welcome.

  9. #648

  10. #649
    Gorilla Gravy's Avatar
    3,059 posts since Sep 2012

    I find the design of most "Lovecraftian" mosters quite silly actually.

  11. #650

  12. #651

    22,144 posts since Oct 2009
    Lovecraft's monsters do look pretty silly when you're given a visual representation of what the author was trying to convey. He was attempting to describe the indescribable through text. When you interpret it literally and draw a picture from said description of the indescribable, you just have something that looks like a squid.

    Also, everything Dean Stockwell ever did was awesome. Haven't seen this but would love to. Looks like it might be even better than The Satanic Rites of Dracula, which is one of my long time favorites.


  13. #652

    22,144 posts since Oct 2009
    ...and then I stumbled across this in the related videos;



    Children of the Damned, 1963, complete film, enjoy

  14. #653
    I need to watch that at some point, love the story but kind of gone off the Carpenter remake in recent years.

  15. #654
    All those lovecraft images have me automatically crossing my legs for some reason =/

  16. #655
    Not sure why, Lovecraft monsters have always given me more of a twisted science vibe than a body horror one.



    Some more random Lovecraft monster stuff:

    Spoiler!


    I think these next ones are a bit more nightmarish:

    Spoiler!


    I like the one that kinda looks like an elephant. But yeah, they're all pretty amazing.

  17. #656

    22,144 posts since Oct 2009
    My favorite is still that huge thing from the end of The Mist. That was so awesome.


  18. #657
    Quote Originally Posted by Panzadolphin56 View Post
    Not sure why

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzadolphin56 View Post




    Really? =/

  19. #658
    I was just reminded they remade The Thing in 2011. Anyone see that?

  20. #659
    Yeah it wasn't the worst thing ever, but it wasn't astonishing either. Carpenter is still superior. Check it out though.

  21. #660

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