maichan808:

I keep seeing calligraphy gifs on my dash and thinking to myself: I can do that. SO HERE IS THE MOST INAPPROPRIATE TASTY NONSENSE I COULD THINK OF TO WRITE.

Ha!

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twentypercentcooler:

All time favorite.

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likeahobbitinthespace:

The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

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Kiernan Shipka photographed by Ramona Rosales on Oct. 3 at Milk Studios in Hollywood for The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Masters of Horror’ list

"Come play with us, Don"

Kiernan Shipka photographed by Ramona Rosales on Oct. 3 at Milk Studios in Hollywood for The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Masters of Horror’ list

"Come play with us, Don"

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Listen up, Tumblrmaniacs! I co-wrote an independent feature, “Completely Normal,” that my friend, co-writer, and constant collaborator Robert Vornkahl is directing! Rob has started up an Indie Go Go page to raise funds, and we’re trying to get to $30K by November 4th.
Here’s the synopsis:

An awkwardly dark, romantic comedy set in Queens, NY. Our film follows two very strange people, Greg a romantic who takes things a bit too far in his mind and in real life, he could be described by some (perhaps all) as a stalker. Gwen is a young woman trying to survive in New York City as a cleaning woman. Her personality disorder leaves it hard to accomplish most things, or even consider a love life. They meet on the subway, more so Greg sees her and begins to stalk her as he is immediately in love with her. Gwen is at first confused by the attention but grows to like it, since she usually doesn’t have many guys after her due to her problems.


We’ve had a good start so far, but still have a ways to go. If you can’t donate, please share and help spread the word.
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/completely-normal-an-independent-feature-film/x/4903840

Listen up, Tumblrmaniacs! I co-wrote an independent feature, “Completely Normal,” that my friend, co-writer, and constant collaborator Robert Vornkahl is directing! Rob has started up an Indie Go Go page to raise funds, and we’re trying to get to $30K by November 4th.

Here’s the synopsis:

An awkwardly dark, romantic comedy set in Queens, NY. Our film follows two very strange people, Greg a romantic who takes things a bit too far in his mind and in real life, he could be described by some (perhaps all) as a stalker. Gwen is a young woman trying to survive in New York City as a cleaning woman. Her personality disorder leaves it hard to accomplish most things, or even consider a love life. They meet on the subway, more so Greg sees her and begins to stalk her as he is immediately in love with her. Gwen is at first confused by the attention but grows to like it, since she usually doesn’t have many guys after her due to her problems.

We’ve had a good start so far, but still have a ways to go. If you can’t donate, please share and help spread the word.

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/completely-normal-an-independent-feature-film/x/4903840

- Nobody cares but me.
- Well that’s you, Marlowe. You’ll never learn, you’re a born loser.
- Yeah, I even lost my cat.

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Don’t Watch the Nerws

johnskylar:

The media infrastructure in this country is slowly being eroded by vapid, soul-sucking “infotainment” that is eager to do little more than show you ads.  While this happens, we’re watching with a bemused sense of apathetic despair and the average news consumer is doing nothing to stop it.  I call this “the Nerws.”

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John Skylar is my new favorite person lately.

niceshoesonline:

Thanks to the internet, we’ve learned that everyone has an opinion about popular culture and that everyone else’s opinion is absolutely wrong. We’ve put together a team of very opinionated movie fans from Nice Shoes and Sound Lounge to hash out what’s right and wrong in modern cinema.
In this first episode, the “Your Opinion Is Wrong” crew, led by Nice Shoes’ colorist/partner Chris Ryan, tackles this summer’s biggest blockbusters. 
Check it out here: http://wdrv.it/1a6KFlC

niceshoesonline:

Thanks to the internet, we’ve learned that everyone has an opinion about popular culture and that everyone else’s opinion is absolutely wrong. We’ve put together a team of very opinionated movie fans from Nice Shoes and Sound Lounge to hash out what’s right and wrong in modern cinema.

In this first episode, the “Your Opinion Is Wrong” crew, led by Nice Shoes’ colorist/partner Chris Ryan, tackles this summer’s biggest blockbusters.

Check it out here:
http://wdrv.it/1a6KFlC

Damn.

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