I follow few blogs and yet, if I wanted to and had the time to, I could probably make a silent version of the film Frozen from all of the different gif sets that a small group of those blogs that I follow post. I honestly don’t think I want to see it simply because I have a free version on my dashboard almost every second of the day and it really doesn’t seem as interesting as everyone is making it out to be.
MY SCIENCE TEACHER CAUGHT THE TABLE ON FIRE AND HES JUST STARING AT IT
Has anyone else noticed the presentation behind him is “How to read a caliper”? Why the fuck was fire even present during this lesson?
I just finished watching Her and now I really don’t want to do anything. Literally anything. It reminded me that I miss being loved by someone else and it reminded me that I miss loving. This is probably not going to be a good night at work.
Behind every great man is a woman with blood on her hands.
House of Cards Season 2
Only on Netflix
All I wanted was to watch L.A. Confidential because of my undying love for Kevin Spacey but my power went out for probably a mere second which stopped the download and I was asleep and could not turn back on. Now it says the download is going to take a day to finish. Birthday=ruined.
Purposefully choppy editing, jump scares, simple and predictable stories, and weird and disturbing images simply placed there for the sake of being weird and disturbing and having no real use always make for a poor mans horror. American Horror Story is a difficult watch and not because of it’s visual content but the lack of content worth thinking about since everything is handed to you on a bloody platter. The acting is fine but the writing (whether it’s the actual story or dialogue) is far too eager to shock to realize that one of the greatest tools to have in your arsenal when writing something that is meant to be scary or thrilling is subtlety. Then again, I hear the second and third seasons are far superior to the first. We’ll see if I can make it that far.
You guys see that? I’m liked.