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she ripped my heart out. NEW: THE 1996 EDITION 

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bizarreismm:

COLLECTION OF CREEPY VIDEOS & HORROR MOVIES
I’ve compiled a list of links to some of the creepiest YouTube videos and the best horror movies that are available (for free!) online. None of these videos are screamers, so no need to worry about that. Enjoy!
VIDEOS
Dining Room (There Is Nothing) 
Bedfellows 
Show Me 
Marble Hornets 
The Wyoming Incident 
Quality Meats 
Mr. East Loves Mom 
I Feel Fantastic 
F.A.C.E. 
The Peanut Vendor 
None 
Banned Children’s Cartoon 
You Will Never Find Me 
Rubber Johnny 
No Through Road 
No Through Road 2 
No Through Road 3 
Mr. Welldone 
Still Life 
Fallen Angel Footage 
Demon Recording 
Ансамбль Христа Спасителя и Мать Сыра Земля 
Olivier de Sagazan 
Suicide Mouse 
Exorcism of Anneliese Michel 
Creepy Voicemail Audio 
Ricardo Lopez: Bjork Stalker Final Hour (*Suicide trigger warning for the last minute**)  
Elisa Lam 
Agmemnon Counterpart 
Numbers Station Swedish Rhapsody 
Don’t Move 
Doll Face 
Max Headroom Incident 
Bowler Hat Man 
Moving Doll 
Polydeus 
10 Polina 
Door 17 
Mr. Jingles 
The Separation  
Girl in the Mirror 
Birth of the Santa Nalga 
Lost 
Dog of Man 
MOM  
HORROR MOVIES
The Exorcist 
Saw 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
The Uninvited 
Insidious, 2 
The Poughkeepsie Tapes 
Halloween (1978) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Halloween (2007)
Hellraiser, II, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Silent Hill 
The Strangers
The Blair Witch Project 
Poltergeist
Evil Dead (1981) 
Evil Dead 2 
Evil Dead (2013) 
The Ward
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)
A Nightmare on Elm Street, 2, 3, 4, 5
Freddy vs. Jason
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th: Part II
Friday the 13th: Part III
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
The Conjuring 
The Ring, 2 
Shutter 
The Shining
The Last Exorcism 
 The Grudge, 2, 3 
The Possession 
The Haunting in Connecticut
Hostel, 2, 3
The Hills Have Eyes 
The Fly 
Contracted 
The Fourth Kind
Wer 
Chained 
Apartment 143 
The Taking 
Mama 
Maniac 
The Bay 
The Cohasset Snuff Film 
 Paranormal Activity 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Sinister 
The Death of April 
 Grave Encounters, 2 
V/H/S, 2 
The Tortured 
The House of the Devil 
Silence of the Lambs

perfection

sixpenceee:

bizarreismm:

COLLECTION OF CREEPY VIDEOS & HORROR MOVIES

I’ve compiled a list of links to some of the creepiest YouTube videos and the best horror movies that are available (for free!) online. None of these videos are screamers, so no need to worry about that. Enjoy!

VIDEOS

Dining Room (There Is Nothing) 

Bedfellows 

Show Me 

Marble Hornets 

The Wyoming Incident 

Quality Meats 

Mr. East Loves Mom 

I Feel Fantastic 

F.A.C.E. 

The Peanut Vendor 

None 

Banned Children’s Cartoon 

You Will Never Find Me 

Rubber Johnny 

No Through Road 

No Through Road 2 

No Through Road 3 

Mr. Welldone 

Still Life 

Fallen Angel Footage 

Demon Recording

Ансамбль Христа Спасителя и Мать Сыра Земля 

Olivier de Sagazan 

Suicide Mouse 

Exorcism of Anneliese Michel 

Creepy Voicemail Audio 

Ricardo Lopez: Bjork Stalker Final Hour (*Suicide trigger warning for the last minute**)  

Elisa Lam 

Agmemnon Counterpart 

Numbers Station Swedish Rhapsody 

Don’t Move 

Doll Face 

Max Headroom Incident 

Bowler Hat Man 

Moving Doll 

Polydeus 

10 Polina 

Door 17 

Mr. Jingles 

The Separation  

Girl in the Mirror 

Birth of the Santa Nalga 

Lost 

Dog of Man 

MOM  

HORROR MOVIES

The Exorcist 

Saw 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

The Uninvited 

Insidious, 2 

The Poughkeepsie Tapes 

Halloween (1978) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Halloween (2007)

Hellraiser, II, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Silent Hill 

The Strangers

The Blair Witch Project 

Poltergeist

Evil Dead (1981) 

Evil Dead 2 

Evil Dead (2013) 

The Ward

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)

A Nightmare on Elm Street, 2, 3, 4, 5

Freddy vs. Jason

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th: Part II

Friday the 13th: Part III

Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

The Conjuring 

The Ring, 2 

Shutter 

The Shining

The Last Exorcism 

The Grudge, 2, 3 

The Possession 

The Haunting in Connecticut

Hostel, 2, 3

The Hills Have Eyes 

The Fly 

Contracted 

The Fourth Kind

Wer 

Chained 

Apartment 143 

The Taking 

Mama 

Maniac 

The Bay 

The Cohasset Snuff Film 

Paranormal Activity 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Sinister 

The Death of April 

Grave Encounters, 2 

V/H/S,

The Tortured 

The House of the Devil 

Silence of the Lambs

perfection

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— 2 weeks ago with 23454 notes
geekgirlcooks:

To make some more room in my kitchen, I decided to channel my inner Julia Child and move some of my baking stuff from the cupboards to a mostly empty wall to free up cupboard space.
Here’s Julia and her famous pegboard wall.

Since I didn’t want to install pegboard, I decided to take a simpler route and just use nails as hangers.

For this project you will need:
Lightweight kitchen stuff with holes for hanging. Baking pans, cookie cutters, whatever you want.
Wrapping Paper
Scissors
Tape
A pen or pencil. 
Masking Tape
Nails and/or Screws with heads small enough to fit through the holes in the pans.
A hammer and/or screwdriver
They’ve started putting grids on the back of wrapping paper which makes it absolutely ideal for this, because you don’t have to measure the distance between things, and to make sure things are level. 
Size up the area on your wall, I just unrolled the paper in the spot I wanted it, and cut it at the right length. Now you need to find a large work space, which for me was the floor. 

Arrange everything on the paper, I ended up with a big gap so I added the cookie cutters.

Next trace everything on the paper, making sure to mark where the holes are. You can also just take a picture with your phone, but I wanted to get a general idea of how things looked on the wall. 

Tape your paper to the wall, you may need some help depending on the size.

Put the nails/screws in right through the paper, if you have thicker items like the cookie cutters, make sure there’s enough nail sticking out to hang them securely.

Carefully pull the paper down, your wall will look like it got attacked by a spiteful child, armed with a hammer and nails. Don’t panic, you’ve done everything correctly. Use the paper, or your reference picture to figure out where you wanted to hang stuff. 

And you’re done, you have a functional and decorative wall, that will free up some of your cupboard space.

geekgirlcooks:

To make some more room in my kitchen, I decided to channel my inner Julia Child and move some of my baking stuff from the cupboards to a mostly empty wall to free up cupboard space.

Here’s Julia and her famous pegboard wall.

image

Since I didn’t want to install pegboard, I decided to take a simpler route and just use nails as hangers.

image

For this project you will need:

  • Lightweight kitchen stuff with holes for hanging. Baking pans, cookie cutters, whatever you want.
  • Wrapping Paper
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • A pen or pencil. 
  • Masking Tape
  • Nails and/or Screws with heads small enough to fit through the holes in the pans.
  • A hammer and/or screwdriver

They’ve started putting grids on the back of wrapping paper which makes it absolutely ideal for this, because you don’t have to measure the distance between things, and to make sure things are level. 

Size up the area on your wall, I just unrolled the paper in the spot I wanted it, and cut it at the right length. Now you need to find a large work space, which for me was the floor. 

image

Arrange everything on the paper, I ended up with a big gap so I added the cookie cutters.

image

Next trace everything on the paper, making sure to mark where the holes are. You can also just take a picture with your phone, but I wanted to get a general idea of how things looked on the wall. 

image

Tape your paper to the wall, you may need some help depending on the size.

image

Put the nails/screws in right through the paper, if you have thicker items like the cookie cutters, make sure there’s enough nail sticking out to hang them securely.

image

Carefully pull the paper down, your wall will look like it got attacked by a spiteful child, armed with a hammer and nails. Don’t panic, you’ve done everything correctly. Use the paper, or your reference picture to figure out where you wanted to hang stuff. 

image

And you’re done, you have a functional and decorative wall, that will free up some of your cupboard space.

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— 2 weeks ago with 107 notes