dommifox:

They’re gonna eat all the chickens…

dommifox:

They’re gonna eat all the chickens…

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Change is coming to the world. Some fear change and will fight it with every fibre of their being. But sometimes, change is what they need most. Sometimes, change is what sets them free.

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dellamortes:

Contracted (2013)

★★★★ out of 5


orange-knickers:

Can’t stop won’t stop

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think-thank-thunk:

Hey kids, as we approach Halloween I just wanted you guys to be careful and say DON’T FUCK WITH SPIRITS. Don’t mess with Ouija Boards, don’t talk to no dead people, don’t fuck with demons, don’t summon shit, don’t dick around in abandoned buildings. If you are considering a thing, just think, “would a white person in a horror movie do this thing?” If the answer is yes, then don’t do the thing.

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arsenicinshell:

Lace Makeup by basicallytwins

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erensjunk:

I have read enough fanfiction to know where that is going

erensjunk:

I have read enough fanfiction to know where that is going

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But why Sailor Moon?

Takeuchi’s greatest strength as a creator is characterization, and it is this to which fans primarily rally today. Sailor Moon’s cast is massive — and they are nearly all female, from the heroes to the villains to the sidekicks. This manifold nature removes the burden of representation from any one or two female characters as is the case in most media: Usagi can be emotional, flighty, and boy-crazy, and still a wonderful heroine because she doesn’t stand for half the population.

In this way, watching Sailor Moon as a woman is like suddenly realizing you’ve been drowning and taking a big gulp of air — the female characters can just be. You don’t cringe internally when one of them becomes a love interest, or is grievously injured, or fails. It is so relaxing to indulge in, so genuinely escapist to put aside that tally one keeps in their head of deaths, rapes, and de-powerings.

To a young girl, Sailor Moon is a fantasy she didn’t know she wanted; to a woman, it is mental and emotional respite. How often do we find stories by, and almost entirely about women?



Viola Davis Can’t Park
I did a bad parking job in the parking lot. Now, I was going to correct myself but it was too hot, I was too tired and I didn’t want to put the baby back in the car. And when I got out of the movie theatre, I had a note on my dashboard…

tastefullyoffensive:

How to be passive aggressive. [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

How to be passive aggressive. [via]


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Orphan Black || Behind The Scenes
“Our lead character is a chameleon, and Tatiana is a chameleon. Tatiana doesn’t come to set as Tatiana, ever. She comes as the character. I mean she really is, i mean, not that she’s like all freaky deaky or weird you know, you can still have a very fun conversation with her but she comes with the energy of the character. And usually will even come with the voice of the character. It’s pretty mind blowing to watch her work.” - Graeme Manson

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