I guess it’s time to make my Monstrous Monday Post. Past time, actually. I read where you should not be on your device too soon before bedtime or you’ll have trouble sleeping. I would actually like to go to sleep right now. However, I also want to make a blog post, and I most likely will not be able to sleep anyways. So let’s make with the monsters, shall we?
Here is a particularly evocative shot from my beloved Nosferatu, the silent masterpiece from 1922. Regular readers know he is my favorite guy. They made great use of shadows in older horror movies. Unfortunately, I was just looking and could not find any more. Isn’t that annoying? I could have had a whole theme going on here.
Since I could not find shadows, how about a reflection? This is from Carnival of Souls, a creepy low budget delight from 1962. When I say low budget, I do not mean a schlock-fest (although I love some of those, too). I mean they created a deliciously unsettling movie using very little in the area of special effects. Atmosphere for days!
I searched my Media Library for another shadow or reflection or anything I could relate to the previous two pictures and found nothing. So I close with a mysterious bull’s eye. I have no idea what this picture is from. I don’t even know if I knew when I first downloaded it, and I am far too lazy to research the matter.
On the brighter side, I am over 250 words. Score! I wonder if I will be able to sleep.