The layout of the hotel makes no sense whatsoever. Stuart Ullman’s office has a nice big window in the middle of the building, the Colorado Room has multiple floor to ceiling windows with a mystery hallway behind them. There’s hallways that lead into walls, windows that can only be seen from inside, hotel rooms that seem to overlap the same space, the hotel interiors have nice right angles while the outside doesn’t. The freezer flips sides of the hallway between shots. The spaces between the doorways in Room 237’s hallway are far too small to actually contain any rooms of that size. This was done deliberately for dramatic/horror effect.

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{♔} Sauron was become now a sorcerer of dreadful power, master of shadows and of phantoms, foul in wisdom, cruel in strength, misshaping what he touched, twisting what he ruled, lord of werewolves; his dominion was torment. 

The Silmarillion, Of the Ruin of Beleriand and the Fall of Fingolfin

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bucckybarnes:

Botanists from Night Vale Community College said that this beautiful lush woodland is called The Whispering Forest and that while lovely should not be approached. Officials from the Night Vale Parks Department agreed with this sentiment in a prepared statement wherein they just wrote the word ‘no’ on a single piece of paper, but with hundreds of o’s and maybe two dozen n’s.

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jetgreguar:

spookypark:

are you ever just like

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sometimes

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parliamentrook:

a friend I went to college with started making really cool skull masks

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Get Freddy feat. Freddy Fazbear
Daft Pizza

kinomatika:

wellmanicuredman:

sextus—empiricus:

sunshien:

ahahhahaha what the fuck is wrong here is the siren damaged or something.  I’ve heard this exact siren before but never all creepy like this

actually the reason the siren sounds like that is because it’s echoing through the tall buildings of downtown chicago!

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Escape from Tomorrow is a 2013 American fantasy-psychological horror film, the debut of writer-director Randy Moore. Its about man having increasingly disturbing experiences and visions during the last day of a family vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort.

It drew attention because Moore had shot most of it on location at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland without permission from The Walt Disney Company, owner and operator of both parks. Due to Disney’s reputation of being protective of its intellectual property, the cast and crew used guerrilla filmmaking techniques to avoid attracting attention, such as keeping their scripts on their iPhones and shooting on handheld video cameras similar to those used by park visitors. After principal photography was complete, Moore was so determined to keep the project a secret from Disney that he edited it in South Korea. Sundance similarly declined to discuss the film in detail before it was shown. It was called “the ultimate guerrilla film”. (x)

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