catatonicfrommiskatonic:

Bruce Campbell as John Loftmore in Waxwork II: Lost in Time

(via fuckyeahbruce-campbell)


fuckyeahjeffreycombs:

John Reilly, ‘Castle Freak’, 1995.

fuckyeahjeffreycombs:

John Reilly, ‘Castle Freak’, 1995.



(via hannanimal)


zooborns:

Fantastic Leaf-tailed Gecko Perches on a Pencil

This tiny Fantastic Leaf-tailed Gecko hatched at the Houston Zoo Inc. on February 17 is easy to spot perched on top of a pencil. But in the wild, these lizards are so well camouflaged that they’re nearly impossible to find.

Learn more at Zooborns.


Well, you did it Lovecraft, you wrote the boringest story about someone apparently immortal ever conceived!


fuckyeahjeffreycombs:

Edgar Allan Poe, ‘Masters of Horror - The Black Cat’, 2007.

Roleplay gif request for masteredgarallanpoe.

These are just making me mad about that movie “The Raven” all over again.


patrickklepek:

70sscifiart:

nullarysources:

70s sci-fi art reblog: here’s a giant pink space rabbit. I have no idea what the story is behind this image or who drew it. A quick reverse image search failed me.
Happy Easter, everybody!

Easter reblog

Truly a magical holiday.

patrickklepek:

70sscifiart:

nullarysources:

70s sci-fi art reblog: here’s a giant pink space rabbit. I have no idea what the story is behind this image or who drew it. A quick reverse image search failed me.

Happy Easter, everybody!

Easter reblog

Truly a magical holiday.


caseymalone:

jeffgerstmann:

patbaer:

Happy Easter, everyone.

Not everyone. Just your Xbox.

"XBOX! HAPPY EASTER! …XBOX …XBOX HAPPY EASTER. …why won’t this thing pick up my voice commands?"


trynottodrown:

  1. Cuthona sp.
    Size: 0.7 in (1.8 cm)
  2. Flabellina exoptata
    Size: 1.2 in (3 cm)
  3. Looking more flora than fauna, a plate-size “solar powered” nudibranch—Phyllodesmium longicirrum—farms zooxanthellae algae within its own body. Feeding on the soft coral Sarcophyton, the nudibranch pilfers algal cells and hoards them within its digestive system, which fills the paddle-shaped appendages called cerata. Stored just beneath the skin, the algae capture light energy, producing nutrients that can sustain the nudibranch for months. The same chemicals that feed the animal are also exuded from its skin as a defensive shield.
  4. Nembrotha cristata
    Size: 4.7 in (12 cm)
  5. Glossodoris averni
    Size: 2.4 in (6 cm)
  6. Thecacera pacifica
    Size: 2.4 in (6 cm)

Photography by David Doubilet

(via realmonstrosities)