Jay of the Dead

A horror blog straight from the land of Jason Voorhees, the Toxic Avenger, The Deadly Spawn, Don't Go in the House, Alice Sweet Alice, and the Misfits:

From slashers to demons, cult to mainstream, mad scientists to monsters, fright to fun, and old to new, it's (almost) all here.

80slove:

Re-Animator, 1985

80slove:

Ghostbusters ceiling fan….why couldn’t you just buy stickers and put them on your own fan???

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horror-movie-confessions:

“People who are obsessed with the antagonists in horror frighten me more than the movies. No, that serial killer isn’t an admirable antihero or a sexy badass. I love my villains as much as the next fan, but it’s so weird to pretend like they didn’t do terrible things. I mean, they’re the killers! They’re the bad guys. I enjoy them in the movie but there’s nothing to emulate there.”

Strongly disagree. What’s weird, unhealthy, or disgusting is when you find people who are into real serial killers, mass murderers, or spree killers like this. And I don’t mean like they have an interest in them… because it is interesting how those people blend in for long periods of time, or just one day snap. Psychologically they are interesting. But when people are obsessed with them or claim they’re in love with them, or have pictures of them around their house or dedicate blogs to them… those people are fucked in the head. Not people who dig a horror movie villain. I mean there’s a difference between Hitler and Darth Vader.

horror-movie-confessions:

People who are obsessed with the antagonists in horror frighten me more than the movies. No, that serial killer isn’t an admirable antihero or a sexy badass. I love my villains as much as the next fan, but it’s so weird to pretend like they didn’t do terrible things. I mean, they’re the killers! They’re the bad guys. I enjoy them in the movie but there’s nothing to emulate there.”

Strongly disagree. What’s weird, unhealthy, or disgusting is when you find people who are into real serial killers, mass murderers, or spree killers like this. And I don’t mean like they have an interest in them… because it is interesting how those people blend in for long periods of time, or just one day snap. Psychologically they are interesting. But when people are obsessed with them or claim they’re in love with them, or have pictures of them around their house or dedicate blogs to them… those people are fucked in the head. Not people who dig a horror movie villain. I mean there’s a difference between Hitler and Darth Vader.

horror-movie-confessions:

“When I watch A Serbian Film I get wet. ”

Seek help IMMEDIATELY.

horror-movie-confessions:

When I watch A Serbian Film I get wet. ”

Seek help IMMEDIATELY.

Don’t feed the plants!

Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

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There's A Band Called 'The Jasons' That Dress Up As, You Guessed It, Jason Voorhees -

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Is there any way to go back in time and stop those last two from happening? Shit, I’ll even be satisfied if we could just erase Jason X from existence.

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Misery (USA, 1990)

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spookshowvixens:

“Doomed, you’re all doomed!  That place has a Death Curse!”

spookshowvixens:

Doomed, you’re all doomed!  That place has a Death Curse!”

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Uggh, I love Blade so much.

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universalmonsterstribute:

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

universalmonsterstribute:

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)