coelasquid:

"this horror movie isn’t very good-"

This is the path the horror fan must walk, this is the path I have chosen.

The path of watching a lot of not very good movies.

30th September, TuesdayReblog
pixelated-nightmares:

The Overlook Hotel by MatthewRabalais

pixelated-nightmares:

The Overlook Hotel by MatthewRabalais

30th September, TuesdayReblog
Anonymous asked: Do you get off on being a wannabe' SJW? You act like every 16 year old girl on this website making out like "rape culture" and female oppression is a real thing. Think it'll make people like you more? Fucking wake up and stop being an advocate of political correctness gone mad.

feministroosterteeth:

calebtdenecour:

Dear Anonymous,

Before I start responding to this, I want you to know I’m happy to discuss this with you more in a private conversation. Please feel free to message me off anonymous with further questions. I have a policy on tumblr to only answer anonymous questions publicly. Anything asked without anonymity will be answered privately (which you are welcome to share my response).

I’m not too familiar with the term “Social Justice Warrior”, but if by SJW you mean I’m an active voter who puts his name on petitions he believes in, then you are describing me. While I wouldn’t say I get off on it, nor do I consider myself a wannabe, I am proud that I fight for what I believe in.

Political correctness is defined by Merriam-Webster as “agreeing with the idea that people should be careful to not use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people”. I don’t believe that opposing rape, sexual harassment, oppression, human inequality, etc is advocating political correctness. Whether I am correct about that or not, I will not stop fighting for the health/safety/rights of all people (no matter the gender, race, culture, etc).

In case I missed anything, I’ll answer all your questions/comments more bluntly:

1. Do you get off on being a wannabe’ SJW?

-No

2. You act like every 16 year old girl on this website making out like “rape culture” and female oppression is a real thing.

-It is a real thing and I’ll take this as a compliment.

3. Think it’ll make people like you more?

-Probably not.

4. Fucking wake up and stop being an advocate of political correctness gone mad.

-I am awake and I will not stop advocating for what I believe in.

<3

Caleb is my fav.

30th September, TuesdayReblog

erotique-sighs:

amber-arsenic:

DONE. This was made for me. yeah. I know it was. 

THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER.

(Source: ultimatemoviefanatic)

30th September, TuesdayReblog
xombiedirge:

Constantine by Garry Brown / Website / Tumblr

xombiedirge:

Constantine by Garry Brown / Website / Tumblr

30th September, TuesdayReblog

Twin Peaks - Study (x)

- Iconic places - part 2

30th September, TuesdayReblog

officialachievementhunter:

[PUNCHES A HOLE IN A BRICK WALL] ROOSTER TEETH IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME

28th September, SundayReblog

(Source: across-the-ringoverse)

27th September, SaturdayReblog

marinaesque:

Directors and Trinkets - an ongoing series..?

film directors surrounded by iconic objects from their film.

Wes Anderson - Hayao Miyazaki
Stanley Kubrick - Paul Thomas Anderson
David Lynch - Alfred Hitchcock
Sofia Coppola - Spike Jonze
feel free to suggest the next director to draw :)

27th September, SaturdayReblog

busco-un-alma:

Hocus Pocus (1993)

YAY!!! IS ALMOST TIME TO WATCH THIS EVERYDAY!! EEpppp!

(Source: englishsnow)

26th September, FridayReblog

rubyvroom:

Sorry for the extremely lengthy post on your dashes but this is so important

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22nd September, MondayReblog

-teesa-:

9.9.14

It’s this idea of “Hey, dudes are dudes.”

22nd September, MondayReblog

brokehorrorfan:

Here are some of The Shining highlights from Spoke-Art's Stanley Kubrick art show tribute.

22nd September, MondayReblog
ericgrau:

The last panel. I cannot stop laughing

ericgrau:

The last panel. I cannot stop laughing

(Source: paintraincomic.com)

22nd September, MondayReblog