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arttrampbelle:

I’m always on team David
 (C) Art belongs to rightful owner not mine

arttrampbelle:

I’m always on team David


(C) Art belongs to rightful owner not mine

- In this scene, Kiefer is actually standing on a turn table and there is a flame bar beneath him. (The Lost Boys, 1987)

- In this scene, Kiefer is actually standing on a turn table and there is a flame bar beneath him. (The Lost Boys, 1987)

I felt the Lost Boys would be big Doors fans, because The Doors, to me had the perfect combination of nihilism and sultry sexuality, and poetry. And it always seemed that Jim Morrison and his lyrics were haunted by death.
-Joel Schumacher

I felt the Lost Boys would be big Doors fans, because The Doors, to me had the perfect combination of nihilism and sultry sexuality, and poetry. And it always seemed that Jim Morrison and his lyrics were haunted by death.

-Joel Schumacher

chromeandlightning:

Logo design. Hand drawn lost type with pencil + marker.

chromeandlightning:

Logo design. Hand drawn lost type with pencil + marker.

So, Dwayne enjoys himself a lady in red, huh? Allow me to recommend attending the annual Red Dress Run in New Orleans: it's all for charity and the red dressed women are in abundance. But be warned: men in red dresses are probably more featured. So be prepared.
Anonymous

"There is nothing like a woman in a red dress," Dwayne says. "One that fits her curves just right along with a pair of high heels that accentuate her calves. New Orleans is a long ways to fly, either way, and I can’t say I’d fancy a guy in a red dress, even if I chose the opposite sex. But thanks for the heads up."

This is one of those things in the Tribe that didn’t match up to the first movie. David didn’t turn to stone and explode like Lisa did.

bitchinville:

BITCHINVILLE CINEMA AND THE GENIUS OF NATE DOYLE, PART 2: After Bitchinville Cinema’s initial run, we had a short series of screenings the next year in the Tiki Tent at Roberta’s. No more backyard punk screenings — they were getting big and were renovating it to be nicer. Bah. Anyway, this time around we were doing all-VHS double-features. It was fun, and I love the visual idea of the Riverbottom Nightmare Band playing some sort of wild warehouse show in Brooklyn, and if you think about it one way, the Last Starfighter/Buckaroo Banzai poster could be happening AT that show. Once again, Nate Doyle (follow him at Crooked Teeth Comics) rules.