Red in Tooth

Aspiring to become a(n) [insert job title that has something to do with creative writing in some way/shape/form], Clint Waters has set out to compile witty and pleasurable things that deal with film and literature.

luckyshirt:

findthestarlight:

Let’s try another contest.
Go to Find the Starlight and follow what is there.
Click here to see how you can help (you do not need to offer help to enter, but you may want to see what is there).
Repost this.
At 9:00 p.m. EST on January 15th, two of the people who do so will be selected at random to receive an Alchemy Starter Set.
I don’t enjoy these methods. But this is the future of information we have reached. And these are the roads we must travel through it.
Good luck, kittens.
-M

luckyshirt:

findthestarlight:

Let’s try another contest.

Go to Find the Starlight and follow what is there.

Click here to see how you can help (you do not need to offer help to enter, but you may want to see what is there).

Repost this.

At 9:00 p.m. EST on January 15th, two of the people who do so will be selected at random to receive an Alchemy Starter Set.

I don’t enjoy these methods. But this is the future of information we have reached. And these are the roads we must travel through it.

Good luck, kittens.

-M

(via luckyshirt)

theniftyfifties:

Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’, 1951.

theniftyfifties:

Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’, 1951.

(Source: ewanmcgregors)



So I’ve decided to start a collection of my favorite scenes from movies using Gifsoup. I’m new at this so forgive the crappy quality.

However, for my first ever .gif, I’d like to present a segment from the end of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
Paul: Holly I’m in love with you.
Holly: So what?
Paul: So plenty! I love you and you belong to me. 

GoGo! My favorite Kill Bill character (who died an unfortunately lame death).

GoGo! My favorite Kill Bill character (who died an unfortunately lame death).

(Source: amyrismo, via sailorpenus-deactivated20120901)

“Porn and Disney movies are responsible for the most frustrated human beings I know.”

—   Joseph Gordon Levitt (via outframe)

(Source: essentialclass)

As soon as I saw the trailer to the upcoming We Need to Talk About Kevin I ran out and bought the book (written by Lionel Shriver).  I’m about 30 pages in and I love it.  Casting Tilda Swinton is always a good idea but reading the story (written from the mother’s point of view) makes me 100% confident she can pull it off.  Lots of dry wit and high, complicated emotion.Watch the trailer here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bV7Y5cylhNc&feature=related  

As soon as I saw the trailer to the upcoming We Need to Talk About Kevin I ran out and bought the book (written by Lionel Shriver).  I’m about 30 pages in and I love it.  Casting Tilda Swinton is always a good idea but reading the story (written from the mother’s point of view) makes me 100% confident she can pull it off.  Lots of dry wit and high, complicated emotion.

Watch the trailer here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bV7Y5cylhNc&feature=related  

“There is no higher court than man’s red heart.”

—   from Sylvia Plath’s “Dialogue Between Ghost and Priest”.