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5 KILLER VEHICLES OF ’70s AND ’80s MOVIES

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Most drivers want nothing more than to have a safe, reliable car. But what happens when your vehicle takes on a mind of its own, or even a soul? You get a “killer” vehicle, the likes of which appear only in movies. With the ’70s and ’80s being the heyday for the muscle car, it stands to reason that folks started wondering what might happen if the cars themselves could flex and fight back.

We hope reading through our list of fictional vehicles out for blood serves as a reminder to take care of your baby. Wash it, service it and kick the tires every once in a while. You wouldn’t want to make Christine mad, would you?

1. CHRISTINE (1983) — 1958 Plymouth Fury

Adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name and directed by horror legend John Carpenter, “Christine” is about a sentient car that’s pretty much pure evil incarnate. Homicidal, jealous and possessive, the Plymouth Fury known as Christine is rotten to the core from the moment she rolls off the factory line. Cherry red and brutal as all hell, this cinematic killer car is easily the most iconic of all time.

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TOP 5 SUMMER RECORDS YOU HAVEN’T HEARD YET

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If you want to know what’s better than coasting down the highway — windows open, top down and blasting your favorite album — don’t expect an answer from us.

Given our appreciation of that distinctly American pastime and that you’ve probably heard enough Iggy Azalea and Ariana Grande on pop radio, we’ve come up with a few great, not-played-out albums to bump in your Silvercar before summer’s out.

1. WE DON’T HAVE EACH OTHER By Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties (Hopeless Records, 2014)

Lead singer of the pop-punk band The Wonder Years, Dan “Soupy” Campbell, breaks out on his own to create not only one of the best albums of the summer, but easily one of the best albums of the entire year so far. “We Don’t Have Each Other” takes many of punk’s sentiments and rolls them into a beautiful mix of acoustic, folksy, soul-searching, and ultimately heartbreaking tunes that are at once the perfect fictional depiction of a marriage’s dissolution and highlycatchy, singable songs. Listening to the album is like reading a tragic, beautiful novel and, like all great novels, you just want to read it again and again.

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Toys in Profile: Whitewalker
This is my from latest project ‘Toys in Profile’ where I’m quite literally capturing portraits of toys in profile.
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Toys in Profile: Whitewalker

This is my from latest project ‘Toys in Profile’ where I’m quite literally capturing portraits of toys in profile.

scottshoots.com

Check it out & Like it on Instagram: http://instagram.com/p/q-jerUxuB_/