Die Groen Kat

Jun 24

photomusik:

Black Sabbath photographed by Brian Duffy (1973)


So creepy.

photomusik:

Black Sabbath photographed by Brian Duffy (1973)

So creepy.

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

Jun 14

[video]

Jun 04

[video]

May 20

fuckyeahmovieposters:

True Detective by Marinaesque

fuckyeahmovieposters:

True Detective by Marinaesque

Apr 29

[video]

Feb 05

“I have to return some videotapes.”

Jan 07

t0urniqu3tt:

We are all sweet transvestites

I already dance like this.

t0urniqu3tt:

We are all sweet transvestites

I already dance like this.

(via puss--baby1-deactivated20140709)

How I’ll be entering rooms from now on.

How I’ll be entering rooms from now on.

(via self-destructive-ana)

chanelcries:

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chanelcries:

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(Source: odkurzacz, via w-4nch0rr)

Dec 29

I need Sherlock in my life again. January 1st feels so far away.

Dec 24

You know what, I want to run away to some far corner of the world and have  a bookshop.

You know what, I want to run away to some far corner of the world and have  a bookshop.

(Source: trechos-of-books, via trechos-of-books)

Dec 20

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL - Meet the Cast of Characters -

A new trailer. I literally can’t wait.

Dec 19

DEAR. LORD. 
I’m down on my knees/ begging you please…

Arcade Fire you’ve gone and done it again. The fact this album was partly influenced by Kierkegaard drives me insane. In the best possible way. Also the album art is a sculpture of Rodin’s Orpheus and Eurydice.

DEAR. LORD.

I’m down on my knees/ begging you please…

Arcade Fire you’ve gone and done it again. The fact this album was partly influenced by Kierkegaard drives me insane. In the best possible way. Also the album art is a sculpture of Rodin’s Orpheus and Eurydice.

Dec 18

[video]

Oct 30

“O man, take care!
What does the deep midnight declare?
“I was asleep—
From a deep dream I woke and swear:
The world is deep,
Deeper than day had been aware.
Deep is its woe;
Joy—deeper yet than agony:
Woe implores: Go!
But all joy wants eternity—
Wants deep, wants deep eternity.”” — Thus Spoke Zarathrusta, Friedrich Nietzsche (Translated by Walter Kaufmann)