When Hercules tries to reach Megara’s soul, the river of death appears to be in reachable distance, but when he decides to go after the soul the river suddenly appears to be around 50 feet below the surface.
This scene haunts me to this day..
We better reblog this as much as we can 2013 is almost over
Only Engineering can help him now. http://ift.tt/1hJdEBT
Although what you are about to see is a work of fiction, it should nevertheless be played at maximum volume.
I put together some vulcan smooches for you, because I love you.
Vulcan husband-wife kiss:
Vulcan mother-child kiss:
Sexy vulcan makeout:
ooh yeah get some
what are are you doing
oh my god
yeah so I don’t know what this equates to in human terms
but I’m pretty sure if you did it in public on Vulcan it would get you arrested
You know really, really good scotch? That’s what I like to imagine Idris Elba would taste like if he were drizzled with honey.
Kate Middleton meeting Idris Elba is all of us meeting Idris Elba.
A new fan film depicting a crucial moment in Dumbledore’s life has recently been released. The Greater Good depicts a dramatic beach scene where once-friends Grindelwald and Dumbledore duel over their ideological differences, Grindelwald insisting that the Muggles should be subjugated to the will of magical people, and Dumbledore arguing otherwise. This duel, as fans of the series know, tragically results in the death of Dumbledore’s beloved younger sister Ariana.
A fun watch for fans, The Greater Good not only gives us a poignant view of one of the most important moments of Dumbledore’s life, but also glimpses of the great man he will one day become, as evidenced by his insistence on the importance of love and his impressive magical abilities. Aberforth also has his role to play in The Greater Good, and it’s a real treat to see the interaction between all three Dumbledore siblings.
I DONT CARE WHAT KIND OF BLOG YOU HAVE
EVERYONE NEEDS A DANCING FESTIVE CARLTON
POINT BLANK (1967) is a perfect revenge crime thriller set in Los Angeles. It can be argued that Lee Marvin’s portrayal of Walker is not that far removed from Schwarzenegger’s turn in THE TERMINATOR (1984). Both characters are single-minded in their quest and will stop at nothing to achieve their goal. In both films, there is a mechanical efficiency to how they approach their tasks. They both speak only when necessary… and even then it is an exercise in minimalism. Lee Marvin is a physical force as terrifying as Arnold… and this is clearly displayed as he takes “The 160 Angriest Steps in Cinema History” to begin his revenge on those who wronged him. Watch and listen as his unbroken, unstoppable momentum drives the story forward… —vashivisuals.com
Recommended reading, viewing, and listening:
- Alexander Jacobs’ screenplay of Point Blank
- Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman is both a tribute to and an anecdotal reminiscence about the star of Point Blank who was also Boorman’s friend
- John Boorman and Soderbergh provide a fascinating commentary track included on the DVD of Point Blank
just the essentials
AAAAHHHH SHIT THESE ARE CALLED HERMS AND THEY ARE THE GREATEST THING TO COME OUT OF ANCIENT GREECE ONE GUY GOT BANISHED FROM THE CITY OF ATHENS BECAUSE HE WAS SUSPECTED OF KNOCKING THE DICKS OFF A BUNCH OF THESE STATUES FUCK I LOVE ANCIENT ATHENS