Photos From The Museum Of Moving Image; Horror Movies:
All my horror-loving followers, here are some actual props and prosthetic piece(s) I saw at the Museum Of Moving Image.
1. The original claw Freddy Krueger wore in Nightmare on Elm Street, along with his ripped sweater and prosthetic piece. (I think the 3rd film)
2. The animatronic of Regan from The Exorcist (From the head-spinning scene, as you can tell by the clear separation of her neck and shoulders.
3. The prosthetic legs of a character from Black Swan, which I haven’t seen yet.
Cards #51-55 from the original Topps trading card series (1962).
Artwork by Wally Wood, Bob Powell and Norman Saunders.
Duane Allman and Cher LP as found.
“Because I’m tired of the world and the world is evidently tired of me….. Because it’s all logic and reason now. Science, progress, laws of hydraulics, laws of social dynamics, laws of this, that, and the other. No place for three-legged cyclops in the South Seas. No place for cucumber trees and oceans of wine. No place for me.”
Poster art by Renato Casaro, 1988.