supervillain:

Blow Out (1980), directed by Brian De Palma.

This sequence, where Jack Terry comes back to find every tape in his office erased, where the camera keeps spinning, was not shot on a turntable. It’s human, it’s uneven, it follows eye-lines and is synced with the soundtrack of uneven layers of white noise. De Palma talked about how working with Travolta was great because you could give him mundane tasks to do on-screen and they were still engrossing to watch, because Travolta had dance training and stage training, so watching him play tapes a whole movie is still cinematic.

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

Tagged by s-uga!

if you don’t know your personality type, take the test here.

Rules: Find out what characters share the same personality type as you here and list the characters that you find relevant below. Then tag five friends and let them know you tagged them!

Type: INFJ (Counselor)

I feel that I jump between ENFJ and INFJ, but there were too many cool detectives/investigators in INFJ not to choose that list!

Examples:

Also, it’s very funny to me to see Niles Crane here, as I once met somebody who told me I was pretty much that character.

Tagging: agoodmouthfeel, acelessthan3, asongforredemption, cum-onfeelthe-noiz, keybladeranger

Also, if you see this and you feel inclined to do it, do so and tag me! I want to know!

Rattle reveals its prize winners on Monday…

It only took punching an alien in the face and the immediate proceeding discovery of the dance button for me to love Destiny.

cum-onfeelthe-noiz said:Ooooohhhhhh my god, I want that so bad

It is so comfy, too!
:D

  1. andreii-tarkovsky said: you’re the cutest!

Thank you!
<3

milkuz:

東巻

milkuz:

東巻

Wolfpup-in-residence

Wolfpup-in-residence