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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 6, 2012}

Hollywood Gothic {circa. 1970s}


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EIN TOTER HING IM NETZ (1960)

It was a while before I could accept the title of this film as “Horrors of Spider Island” when saying it in German is just so much more fun.

Sucker for most Vintage Movie Posters, but especially Horror Films like this for something graphic and exciting. A great alternative to that Audrey Hepburn canvas from IKEA.

Found these gruesome pictures over at Project Terror, and thought they packed a punch. Not sure what kind of punch but am guessing it’s going to be a punch right in that ugly spider’s face!

If you want to know if these ladies and their hero survive this horrible ordeal, head over to Project Terror and check out the full film.

Hope we don’t get you too tangled up for the day!

Sincerely,

{THE EYE}

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Music Minute: Raquel Welch Does Spider Dance.

From a 1970s episode of The Muppets Show, we’ve stumbled onto this clip of the ever so sexy Raquel Welch doing a great choreographed dance number with one of Jim Henson’s more creepy-crawly creations…

Hope everyone is having a great weekend! Enjoy.
The Eye.

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Creepy Crawly LOVE Magazine Editorial: Kristen McMenamy

Monsters, moths and transformation! The second we saw this editorial from Love magazine, with photography by Tim Walker, we knew it would fit right in at The Eye of Faith. Model Kristen McMenamy never ceases to impress us with her seasoned effortless modelling style and pure edginess. Arachnophobes beware, with art direction by Katie Grand, this one is sure to creep you out.

With Vintage pieces by Dior, some chain mail headdresses from the Royal National Theater and of course, Alexander McQueen, we get a sense of Joan of Arc mixed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. We wouldn’t want to kick this hornets nest.

“He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. Is not life a hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?”
Friedrich Nietzsche

Sting.
The Eye.

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