the darkman



Jaws (1987)
Ghostbusters (1988)
Friday the 13th (1989)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1990)
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) 
Ghostbusters 2 (1990)
Beetlejuice (1991)
Darkman (1991)
Alien 3 (1992)
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1993) 

anonymous asked:

Top 5 guilty pleasures!

i could give like…so many. i mostly associate ~guilty pleasures~ more with stuff that the majority dislike/criticially panned and i like, rather than the usual definition of media i feel guilty for enjoying, tho. here’s a clump:

ghosts of mars (2002, john carpenter)

the lone ranger (2013, gore verbinski)

halloween 3: season of the witch (1982, tommy lee wallace)

1941 (1979, steven spielberg)

the happening (2008, m. night shyamalan)

unfriended (2015, levan gabriadze)

house of 1000 corpses (2003, rob zombie)

fast and the furious: tokyo drift (2006, justin lin)

trash humpers (2009, harmony korine)

the car (1977, elliot silverstein)

darkman (1990, sam raimi)

hobo with a shotgun (2011, jason eisener)

the slumber party massacre (1982, amy holden jones)

death wish 3 (1985, michael winner)

the punisher (1989, mark goldblatt)

scooby-doo (2002, raja gosnell)

the exterminator (1980, james glickenhaus)

hollywood chainsaw hookers (1988, fred olen ray)

My latest evolution is of one of my favorite actors, Liam Neeson. I first saw him waaaaay back when he appeared in Krull, but it wasn’t until Darkman that I thought he leaped into the spotlight of great leading men. His reputation as a brilliant actor was cemented with his role in Schindler’s List, and he has delivered terrific performances ever since. I’ve included some of my favorites in this illustration. What’s your favorite Liam Neeson movie?