Halloween memefanmix: third installment of my halloween fanmix series. Volume three is strictly instrumental. From whimsically eerie melodies to darker sinister pieces. {vol.1} {vol.2}

Tracklist: Black Rose/Green Sun - Malcolm Brown, Formula #3 - Thomas Van Oosting, Soliloquy - Midnight Syndicate, Suite From “Hush” (edit) - Christophe Beck, Red Riding Hood - Dario Marianelli, Dead Silence Main Titles - Charlie Clouser, Teeny Empty Urns - Kevin MacLeod, La Princesse Et Les Lucioles (edit) - Pierre Adenot, Stonehenge - John Debney, Labyrinth of Dreams - Nox Arcana, Welcome to Rapture - Gary Schyman, Dishonored Main Theme - Daniel Licht, Flying Scarlett - Danny Elfman, Mère et enfant - Armand Amar, Tea for Three Plus One - Marco Beltrami, Come Out And Play - NedleyFallsMusic, Years ago (Alice Cooper cover) - Adam Massacre, Dark Lullabye - Prelude to a Nightmare, Carrie Main Title - Marco Beltrami, Left 4 Dead Themes - Mike Morasky, Epilogue - Byung Woo-Lee, Kiddie Land - Prelude to a Nightmare, Lullaby - Midnight Syndicate

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Has anyone else noticed the parallel of Hiccup casting his helmet aside? In both HTTYD and HTTYD 2, when Hiccup must brace himself to face the greatest threat to his ideals, he takes his helmet, throws it aside, and stares his challenger directly in the face. He takes off the protection on his head, exposing himself and his thoughts to someone who could retaliate against him.

In the first movie, Hiccup’s eye contact moves to Stoick - not the Monstrous Nightmare - as he takes off his helmet, tosses it to the ground, and tries to convince the Vikings around him that dragons are kind, amazing creatures that do not need to tear peoples’ lives apart. In the second movie, Hiccup approaches Drago to try to convince him that dragons are… oh wait… kind, amazing creatures that do not need to tear peoples’ lives apart.

And in both these scenes, Hiccup fails to convince the person he addresses - fails to convince Stoick and the Vikings in the Kill Ring, and fails to convince Drago to desist from his war. It nearly leads to Stoick’s death in the first, actually leads to Stoick’s death in the second, and both times throws Hiccup into a significant low point in his life.

It is what makes Hiccup both admirably intrepid and vulnerable in these scenes. He casts off his helmet - exposing his head and thus his mind - taking a risk to his safety both physically and symbolically to promote his own ideals.


"And then Jensen looks at that the shirt and then looks at me and then immediately starts drawing on the shirt making Ackles out of Padalecki.” [x] / [x


Joel has an over-sharing boyfriend manip

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