natureofnature:

Acetabularia - gigantic single cell algae.
natureofnature:

Acetabularia - gigantic single cell algae.
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 
andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  
↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie
Gloria
Jeune & Jolie
The Congress
A Field in England
Child’s Pose
Mood Indigo
Borgman
Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
Suitcase of love and Shame 

andreii-tarkovsky:

2013 - Best Film American Studios Didn’t Manage to Distribute During 2013  

↳ Stranger By the Lake - Alain Guiraudie

  • Gloria
  • Jeune & Jolie
  • The Congress
  • A Field in England
  • Child’s Pose
  • Mood Indigo
  • Borgman
  • Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
  • Suitcase of love and Shame 
“Robin Wright, both in real life and in the movie, is a symbol for a particular type of actress’ dilemma: Those who peak early as cult favorites who just aren’t able to break free of their old reputation, whether that be a virginal ingenue, rebel or ditz.

It’s the sort of reputation that ended the careers of silent movie stars like Mary Pickford in the ’20s and ’30s. It’s the sort of career that Anne Hathaway was determined to evade when she did everything in her power to be in Brokeback Mountain after doing The Princess Diaries. It’s the career everyone expected of romcom legends Reese Witherspoon and Sandra Bullock before they both dedicated themselves to critically acclaimed Oscar bait like Walk the Line or Crash, respectively, and their symmetrical roles in The Blind Side. It is the career, in short, that Katherine Heigl has famously received. In fact, Heigl’s famous fall from grace feels relevant to Wright’s fictionalized self in The Congress — a version of Wright that has been stubborn and difficult in the movie industry and is now feeling the pinch.”
nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1 nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative,  misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

 Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1

nemrel:

#TodayIs - Happy Sea Monkey Day! May 16th, 2014

In 1957 disappointment came in the mail to thousands of homes thanks to the creative, misleading advertising by Harold von Braunhut.

With the help of comic book illustrator, Joe Orlando, Harold created the iconic characters originally known as Instant Life.

Harold purchased 3.2 million ads per year in comic books across America. The depiction of these humanoid animals that lived under the sea drew in thousands of sales. The only problem was that these humanoid creatures were simply nothing more than brine shrimp.

In 1962, von Braunhut changed the name of his creation from “Instant Life” to “Sea Monkeys”.

Kids ordered their kids and quickly discovered some very important life lessons:

• Don’t believe everything you see in an advertisement.
• Things die, certain things die quickly.
• That brine shrimp look nothing like humans or monkeys.

Sea Monkeys became a part of pop-culture along with Pet Rocks, Ant Farms, and X-Ray Glasses (another misleading creation by von Braunhut).

Sea Monkeys continue be sold today, although everybody knows what their getting and that the dream of living creatures that can create entire societies won’t happen.

Probably one of the strangest parts story was what von Braunhut did with his profits. Braunhut was born a Jewish-American, but he held some very racist beliefs. His beliefs went so far to compel him to send money from his sale of Sea Monkeys to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK). His money provided Klan with firearms.

FOR MORE PICTURES: http://seamonkeygeek.blogspot.com/search/label/art?m=1

microcosmics:

For Imaginary Drugs, which will now be published by IDW in the fall!

Drawn by me, story by Jeff McClelland. microcosmics:

For Imaginary Drugs, which will now be published by IDW in the fall!

Drawn by me, story by Jeff McClelland. microcosmics:

For Imaginary Drugs, which will now be published by IDW in the fall!

Drawn by me, story by Jeff McClelland.

microcosmics:

For Imaginary Drugs, which will now be published by IDW in the fall!

Drawn by me, story by Jeff McClelland.

amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.
1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson
1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson
1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson
1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson
1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]
amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.
1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson
1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson
1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson
1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson
1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]
amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.
1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson
1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson
1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson
1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson
1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]
amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.
1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson
1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson
1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson
1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson
1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]
amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.
1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson
1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson
1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson
1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson
1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]

amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.

1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson

1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson

1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson

1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson

1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]

(via hanniboob-lecter)

greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"
greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"
greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"
greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"
greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"
greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 
Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)
"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"

greggorysshocktheater:

“Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.” 

Rest In Peace Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 - August 12, 2014)

"I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"

(via neil-gaiman)

brickme:

As some of you might already have guessed, I’m a fan of Japanese girl idols. One of the many, many idol groups in existence today in Japan is NMB48, a Osaka-based spin-off group of the (in)famous AKB48. NMB has a weekly show that’s surprisingly entertaining as well as educational called NMB to…