I’ve always enjoyed stories about the Devil. It sounds really… I’m not a Satanist! But there’s a reason Paradise Lost was more successful than Paradise Regained. The Devil’s a much more charismatic figure than Jesus." - Daniel Radcliffe, Total Film Magazine


Have some GK on your dash


Have some GK on your dash


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You’ve earned it, Margaret.

Original comic by Jim Benton






Disney Villain Songs 

the biggest disappointment with Hans is his villain song is “love is an Open Door”

I honestly don’t consider that a villain song.

I would have adored if there was a dark, eery reprise of Love Is An Open Door.

Why the fuck is his song being “Love is an Open Door” a DISAPPOINTMENT? Do you know how fucking creepy and insidious he is? Do you think people like him are fictional? Of all the villains, he’s the one you’re the most likely to run into. He’ll tell you what you want to hear and aggravate your insecurities. He’ll use you for his own gains and not even care what happens to you, even be the one to hurt you himself. He’s the most toxic of them all because he pretends to be a friend first and is good at acting it. (The others aren’t even subtle about their plans.)

The fact that he has the “nicest” song should TERRIFY you.

I do kind of wish we had a dark reprise of “Love is an Open Door” the way we got one with “Mother Knows Best,” though him closing the door on Anna as she froze to death was done perfectly.



I care about the problems of men. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they have to be stoic beasts incapable of emotion. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they are lust-filled monsters incapable of controlling their own libidos. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they cannot be raped or assaulted because the patriarchy believes women are too weak and inferior to be dangerous.

Feminists did not do this to you, other men did.




The evolution of Halloween costumes for girls…

this is really important

I went to a costume shop today and was a bit disturbed at how sexualized many of the juniors costumes were. While there were some that were perfectly fine, others were worrying (the same could not be said for women, as it was a roughly 8 to 1 sexy to non ratio). It’s also worth noting that a few of these here aren’t horrible until you get to the women.


This ep was great

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Shoji Meguro - Chopin - "Revolutionary Etude"
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Chopin - “Revolutionary Etude” - Catherine

There’s a New Team Joining Catwoman This Week And The Preview Looks Great


Like many of the female characters in DC Comics Catwoman came out the new 52 in worse shape than she went in. First we had the “sexy, sexy, sexy” run by Judd Winick and Guillem March. That was followed by Ann Nocenti’s run which was far from the best work she’s ever done. And now? This week novelist Genevieve Valentine joins the book along with artist Garry Brown and if the preview is any indication this will be the best team Selina has had in a very long time.

This arc spins out of Batman Eternal where Selina is moving into a new role - Crime Kingpin!



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Finally, a Cat Woman cover that’s badass, sophisticated, dangerous, and sexy!


Slow clap for everyone involved here






Wolf Children: Ame & Yuki(2013)

This movie this movie this movie this movie this movie!

will watch this movie today

Rebloging again because YESSSS

If you haven’t seen this movie.

Watch this movie


Motoi Yamamotos Incredible Saltscapes

Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto sees more uses in salt than the ordinary person. His artwork stems from the death of his sister, who passed away at a young age from brain cancer. In Japanese culture there is an idea of throwing salt over yourself after you attend a funeral acts as a sort of cleansing. So Yamamoto started using salt as his medium, creating intricate labyrinths and mazes as he calls them. Not only does Motoi create intricate patterns but full scale installations as well.

There’s also a beautiful book by Motoi that showcases some of his art called Return to the Sea: Saltscapes by Motoi Yamamoto.