Anonymous asked: If you grew your hair out you'd look like Jon Snow
I guess you haven’t seen my mane lately~
My favorite date nights are the ones that involve Kurt Russell.
There are a few reasons I’m obsessed with horror films but it’s mainly the comradery that seems to surround a lot of low budget productions pre-1990.
There’s something about a small group of people getting together in the woods or at a creepy house in the middle of nowhere and working hard to make something together on a low budget. I’ve read countless books on specific film shoots by directors, actors or makeup artists like Tom Savini and it sounds like a blast.
I’ve always wanted to make films and even though I love making music, it’s kind of a lonely process for me so I’d love to be a part of something like that someday.
This new album might be the greatest and strangest (and eeriest) thing I’ll ever do.
My Bloody Valentine (1981) is great. There’s this hilarious/terrible part where the sheriff gets a Valentine’s Day card and it says "It happened once, it happened twice, cancel the dance or it’ll happen thrice." Riveting screenwriting!
Knights of Badassdom wasn’t very good but: Steve Zahn and Peter Dinklange.
When Harry Met Sally is flawless I don’t even care shut up!
We saw an original 35mm print of Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and it was legitimately one of my favorite cinema experiences. Everything about it was perfect besides the middle-aged woman behind us who laughed at all of the serious parts.
Nurse 3D is one of the worst “movies” I have ever seen. I didn’t technically see it in 3D but I doubt that it made the experience any more enjoyable.
Almost Human on the other hand was still not incredible but I liked the score.
The Hunger Games 2 was just like the first one and by that I mean that it started with promise and ended with not promise.
Thor 2 was just like the first one and by that I mean that it had Idris Elba so that was pretty cool!
The Grand Budapest Hotel was really great! It’s “classic Wes Anderson” but a bit darker than his previous two films. I thought it was his most polished since The Royal Tenenbaums. Also, Willem Dafoe was perfect as always.
Stand By Me! I don’t have to say anything else.
All you need to know about Maniac Cop is that it stars Tom Atkins and that he is my favorite person ever. If I was reviewing Tom Atkins, I’d give him BNP (Best New Person) except he’s not new, he’s like seventy!
C U losers l8er~!
When your day consists of sending out handmade cassettes, doing laundry and culminates with a Mount Eerie show, there’s no reason to complain about life.