DarkAngelRocker

Hi! I'm Kit,
I listen to everything from Classical to the Hard Rock/Metal. I'm a big fan of The theater as well and enjoy good/bad Horror Movies,Musicals,Anime and Cosplay.
I love animals an try to help out as much as possible with Endangered species or abused animals.

QA: Alice Cooper Looks Back 'Nothing Has Ever Been Too Dangerous'

“The Monkees were always on acid. We drank Budweiser.”

—   Alice Cooper 

April 17th: On this Day in 1971, 
All four Beatles had solo singles in the UK charts, Paul McCartney with ‘Another Day’, John Lennon, ‘Power To The People’, George Harrison, ‘My Sweet Lord’ and Ringo Starr, ‘It Don’t Come Easy.’

zodiacsociety:

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xombiedirge:

Game On (Wayne’s World) by Matt Leunig / Tumblr
16” X 20” print, S/N edition of 50. Available HERE.

xombiedirge:

Game On (Wayne’s World) by Matt Leunig / Tumblr

16” X 20” print, S/N edition of 50. Available HERE.

(via beatastic)

silencedrowns:

Closeups of David Bowie’s costume from Labyrinth.

(via jareth-and-his-bowie)

Six yards of fabric,several rolls of lace & a 3 day weekend to come up with something clever 

Prince of Darkness is a 1987 horror film directed, written and scored by John Carpenter. The film is the second installment in what Carpenter calls his “Apocalypse Trilogy”, which began with The Thing (1982) and concludes with In the Mouth of Madness (1995).
The movie was filmed in Los Angeles, California within 30 days. The idea for the film came about as Carpenter had been researching theoretical physics and atomic theory. He recalled, simply, that “I thought it would be interesting to create some sort of ultimate evil and combine it with the notion of matter and anti-matter”. This idea, which would eventually develop into the screenplay for Prince of Darkness, was to be the first of a multi-picture deal with Alive Pictures, where Carpenter was allocated $3 million per picture and complete creative control.

Executive producer Shep Gordon was also manager to singer Alice Cooper and suggested Cooper record a song for the picture. Carpenter also cast Cooper in the picture as one of the homeless zombies. Cooper also allowed the ‘impaling device’ from his stage show to be used in the film in a scene where Cooper’s character kills Etchinson.The song Cooper wrote for the film, also titled “Prince of Darkness”, can be heard briefly in the same scene playing through Etchinson’s headphones, although the song was not released until a year later.
Tho it received very poor reviews on release,In 1988 the film was nominated for a Saturn Award for best music, and won the Critics Award at the Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival.
On 24 September 2013, the film was released by Shout Factory! as a Blu-ray Disc/DVD combo pack as part of the Scream Factory line up.
Like most of Carpenter’s films, Prince of Darkness went on to have a cult following.

Prince of Darkness is a 1987 horror film directed, written and scored by John Carpenter. The film is the second installment in what Carpenter calls his “Apocalypse Trilogy”, which began with The Thing (1982) and concludes with In the Mouth of Madness (1995).

The movie was filmed in Los Angeles, California within 30 days. The idea for the film came about as Carpenter had been researching theoretical physics and atomic theory. He recalled, simply, that “I thought it would be interesting to create some sort of ultimate evil and combine it with the notion of matter and anti-matter”. This idea, which would eventually develop into the screenplay for Prince of Darkness, was to be the first of a multi-picture deal with Alive Pictures, where Carpenter was allocated $3 million per picture and complete creative control.

Executive producer Shep Gordon was also manager to singer Alice Cooper and suggested Cooper record a song for the picture. Carpenter also cast Cooper in the picture as one of the homeless zombies. Cooper also allowed the ‘impaling device’ from his stage show to be used in the film in a scene where Cooper’s character kills Etchinson.The song Cooper wrote for the film, also titled “Prince of Darkness”, can be heard briefly in the same scene playing through Etchinson’s headphones, although the song was not released until a year later.

Tho it received very poor reviews on release,In 1988 the film was nominated for a Saturn Award for best music, and won the Critics Award at the Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival.

On 24 September 2013, the film was released by Shout Factory! as a Blu-ray Disc/DVD combo pack as part of the Scream Factory line up.

Like most of Carpenter’s films, Prince of Darkness went on to have a cult following.

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behind-a-wall-of-illusion:

bewaremylove:

maccasass:

beatlesrockfanforever:

After Paul sang “I’m Down” at the Atlanta show, someone threw a bra onstage. Macca picked it up and showed it to the crowd.
“Ok now we get into it. It’s never gonna fit me, but I’ll try it… anything for a freebie, you know what I mean?” [giggle]. The rain soaked bra (?), now there’s a song.”
Then he made up a song about the bra… “a rain soaked bra, came flying through the air. Hey!”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbrHM9e8iWY&fmt=18
source: themaccareport.com

This man

Oh, Paul… Only you, really.. lol

he’s really down apparently

Bless that sense of humor. Forever an adolescent  

behind-a-wall-of-illusion:

bewaremylove:

maccasass:

beatlesrockfanforever:

After Paul sang “I’m Down” at the Atlanta show, someone threw a bra onstage. Macca picked it up and showed it to the crowd.

“Ok now we get into it. It’s never gonna fit me, but I’ll try it… anything for a freebie, you know what I mean?” [giggle]. 

The rain soaked bra (?), now there’s a song.”

Then he made up a song about the bra… “a rain soaked bra, came flying through the air. Hey!”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbrHM9e8iWY&fmt=18

source: themaccareport.com

This man

Oh, Paul… Only you, really.. lol

he’s really down apparently

Bless that sense of humor. Forever an adolescent  

(Source: live-grunge)