Hey hey hey tumblr!
We have new stuff up on Etsy!
Visit Mo and me at our Etsy store and join us on this little adventure called Hello Stranger :B! Tell your friends about it.We also make custom things, so if you really like a picture or an image to be on a flaming new super slim gourmet deluxe vinyl wallet or we can make it happen!This is all we have for now, but we are working on making more stuff.

Hey hey hey tumblr!

We have new stuff up on Etsy!

Visit Mo and me at our Etsy store and join us on this little adventure called Hello Stranger :B! Tell your friends about it.

We also make custom things, so if you really like a picture or an image to be on a flaming new super slim gourmet deluxe vinyl wallet or we can make it happen!

This is all we have for now, but we are working on making more stuff.

Hey tumblr, I know we never talk anymore but, I just wanted to let you know that Mo and I made an etsy store, we have this little project called Hello Stranger :B, and we make handmade stuff about things, mostly pop culture. It would be greatly appreciated if you cold look around, maybe tell your friends about it, and hopefully we will keep updating and adding products and things!

Hey tumblr, I know we never talk anymore but, I just wanted to let you know that Mo and I made an etsy store, we have this little project called Hello Stranger :B, and we make handmade stuff about things, mostly pop culture. It would be greatly appreciated if you cold look around, maybe tell your friends about it, and hopefully we will keep updating and adding products and things!

The Dark Knight Rises OFFICIAL Trailer #2 JUST RELEASED! (by canont2ifootage)

Just gonna leave this here

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1313 Reviews: First Blood
First Blood makes me cry.

1313 Reviews: First Blood

First Blood makes me cry.

Month Of Horror:
25. The Blair Witch Project, 1999
Long long looooong ago, I started watching this movie and it bored the shit out of me, and now that I forced myself to re-watch it, it still bored me a loooot.
Maybe I’m all Dwight Schrute or Bear Grillis or shit, but I have always thought if I was in that situation I coulda get the hell out of there the first day, second day tops. I hate camping so I would be pretty quick in trying to get back to the city. On that note, the setting is great, and I like the fact that the dudes where not famous at the time of it’s release.
It wasn’t the first POV found footage/documentary style movie, but it was the one that put the sub-genre on the mainstream. If you don’t get dizzy to easily, enjoy home made videos and people screaming in the woods, give it a watch.

P.S. The three actors believed the Blair Witch was a real legend during filming, though of course they knew the film was going to be fake. Only after the film’s release did they discover that the entire mythology was made up by the film’s creators.

Month Of Horror:

25. The Blair Witch Project, 1999

Long long looooong ago, I started watching this movie and it bored the shit out of me, and now that I forced myself to re-watch it, it still bored me a loooot.

Maybe I’m all Dwight Schrute or Bear Grillis or shit, but I have always thought if I was in that situation I coulda get the hell out of there the first day, second day tops. I hate camping so I would be pretty quick in trying to get back to the city. On that note, the setting is great, and I like the fact that the dudes where not famous at the time of it’s release.

It wasn’t the first POV found footage/documentary style movie, but it was the one that put the sub-genre on the mainstream. If you don’t get dizzy to easily, enjoy home made videos and people screaming in the woods, give it a watch.

P.S. The three actors believed the Blair Witch was a real legend during filming, though of course they knew the film was going to be fake. Only after the film’s release did they discover that the entire mythology was made up by the film’s creators.

Month Of Horror:
24. A L’interieur (Inside), 2007
This movie was another from CineClub, and I had my doubts to whether watch it or not, but yeah in the end I thought: alright, lets do this!
So anyway, it was okay I guess, the special effects made with like plastic props and stuff like that were pretty good, the CGI things however were pointless and dumb and dated and did I said dumb already?
The story was okay, but I pictured a lot different than it was, I had read something about the movie previously  and my mind made a fucking sick and twisted movie, but that’s the thing about imagination right? So because of that it wasn’t that impressive when I saw the actual film.
There is this one scene that totally screwed up the movie for me, it doesn’t make sense to the tone of the movie or the events or pretty much anything, it just happens and then the movie is ruined, but whatever, I don’t want to spoil it in case you might want to watch it.

P.S. The number of the house where the main girl lives is 666, it doesn’t adds anything to the story or anything, but it’s there.

Month Of Horror:

24. A L’interieur (Inside), 2007

This movie was another from CineClub, and I had my doubts to whether watch it or not, but yeah in the end I thought: alright, lets do this!

So anyway, it was okay I guess, the special effects made with like plastic props and stuff like that were pretty good, the CGI things however were pointless and dumb and dated and did I said dumb already?

The story was okay, but I pictured a lot different than it was, I had read something about the movie previously┬á and my mind made a fucking sick and twisted movie, but that’s the thing about imagination right? So because of that it wasn’t that impressive when I saw the actual film.

There is this one scene that totally screwed up the movie for me, it doesn’t make sense to the tone of the movie or the events or pretty much anything, it just happens and then the movie is ruined, but whatever, I don’t want to spoil it in case you might want to watch it.

P.S. The number of the house where the main girl lives is 666, it doesn’t adds anything to the story or anything, but it’s there.

Month Of Horror:
So… yeah. Month Of Horror is over, and I didn’t post all of the monthly reviews and where is why (in case anyone cares).
So, I stopped posting the reviews at day 20 because I got in a kind of blank state of mind and a little… I don’t wanna say depressed but something along the lines…
Some people like get strength from watching horror movies, but I just couldn’t put myself to the task, so yeah, I failed at watching one movie a day. I gave myself 3 days off.
21. Nope.
22. None.
23. Still nothing.
After that, I kept watching and writing but I felt shitty still, so I didn’t post anything, and I don’t think it was missed. So anyway, now it’s time to post the rest of my reviews. Brace yourselves for review spam. Thank you and I’m sorry.

Month Of Horror:

So… yeah. Month Of Horror is over, and I didn’t post all of the monthly reviews and where is why (in case anyone cares).

So, I stopped posting the reviews at day 20 because I got in a kind of blank state of mind and a little… I don’t wanna say depressed but something along the lines…

Some people like get strength from watching horror movies, but I just couldn’t put myself to the task, so yeah, I failed at watching one movie a day. I gave myself 3 days off.

21. Nope.

22. None.

23. Still nothing.

After that, I kept watching and writing but I felt shitty still, so I didn’t post anything, and I don’t think it was missed. So anyway, now it’s time to post the rest of my reviews. Brace yourselves for review spam. Thank you and I’m sorry.

Month Of Horror: 20. The Fly, 1986
First let’s talk about the original, because I love the 1958 film, it is classy and sophisticated, most people dismiss it thinking it’s just a cheesy b movie, but that would be the sequel, with the piñata head and shit.
The original Fly is great at building suspense and it doesn’t rely on cliches, the scientist doesn’t just becomes a monster, he’s still himself, he doesn’t get instantly mad or anything, it depicts a struggle and… yeah you get the idea, beside I have to talk about the 1986 version.
This one is a gross out special effects fest that goes straight for shock value. It has a great pacing and the take on the subject is waaay different than the original, the main guy (Jeff Goldblum) starts out after the teleportation thinking he has become some kind of a superhero, pure and focused and sharp and shit, like, in his mind he became the greatest human being ever, but to his love interest (played by Geena Davis) he’s simply gone nuts.
It’s still a pretty tragic movie, but I don’t think it delivers the same feeling than the original, like I said, this oe is more about the ‘ahh flesh’, so if you want to enjoy a gory and shocking movie, be sure to give it a watch.

P.S. Originally this was a project for Tim Burton to direct which makes sense because Michael Keaton was offered the role of Seth Brundle, but he declined. So instead we got David Cronenberg, Goldblum as Brundlefly and his girlfriend at the time Geena Davis as… well his girlfriend.

Month Of Horror:

20. The Fly, 1986

First let’s talk about the original, because I love the 1958 film, it is classy and sophisticated, most people dismiss it thinking it’s just a cheesy b movie, but that would be the sequel, with the pi├▒ata head and shit.

The original Fly is great at building suspense and it doesn’t rely on cliches, the scientist doesn’t just becomes a monster, he’s still himself, he doesn’t get instantly mad or anything, it depicts a struggle and… yeah you get the idea, beside I have to talk about the 1986 version.

This one is a gross out special effects fest that goes straight for shock value. It has a great pacing and the take on the subject is waaay different than the original, the main guy (Jeff Goldblum) starts out after the teleportation thinking he has become some kind of a superhero, pure and focused and sharp and shit, like, in his mind he became the greatest human being ever, but to his love interest (played by Geena Davis) he’s simply gone nuts.

It’s still a pretty tragic movie, but I don’t think it delivers the same feeling than the original, like I said, this oe is more about the ‘ahh flesh’, so if you want to enjoy a gory and shocking movie, be sure to give it a watch.

P.S. Originally this was a project for Tim Burton to direct which makes sense because Michael Keaton was offered the role of Seth Brundle, but he declined. So instead we got David Cronenberg, Goldblum as Brundlefly and his girlfriend at the time Geena Davis as… well his girlfriend.

Month Of Horror:19. Fright Night, 1985
Boy is this a fun movie! The story is interesting and entertaining, the characters are likeable and the special effects kick ass.
This is a pretty solid movie, it honors the classic vampire films, there are a bunch of Universal posters in the background and a few scenes of the Hammer classics, as well as the myths of the vampires and the ways a vampire can be killed. Remember: a cross is not good unless you have faith.
I love the idea of a horror fan catching a vampire in the act, there are some things that may seem a little cliche by today’s standards but it still holds up.
Over all it’s a fun movie and I think any horror fan should give it a watch.

P.S. A puppet that was created for another Columbia Pictures production, Ghost Busters, makes his debut in Fright Night. If you watch the movie it becomes pretty obvious which one.

Month Of Horror:

19. Fright Night, 1985

Boy is this a fun movie! The story is interesting and entertaining, the characters are likeable and the special effects kick ass.

This is a pretty solid movie, it honors the classic vampire films, there are a bunch of Universal posters in the background and a few scenes of the Hammer classics, as well as the myths of the vampires and the ways a vampire can be killed. Remember: a cross is not good unless you have faith.

I love the idea of a horror fan catching a vampire in the act, there are some things that may seem a little cliche by today’s standards but it still holds up.

Over all it’s a fun movie and I think any horror fan should give it a watch.

P.S. A puppet that was created for another Columbia Pictures production, Ghost Busters, makes his debut in Fright Night. If you watch the movie it becomes pretty obvious which one.