1974 1978

anonymous asked:

What would you recommend to someone who is just starting to watch horror movies?

Oh hell, yeah!! I love giving recs and I LOVE when people start getting interested in horror. I’ll give you recs in a few different categories so that you don’t watch anything you wouldn’t enjoy:

Early Horror Movies (Most Are Black and White, 1900′s-1950′s):

Personal Favorites From the 1960′s (Suspenseful):

Must-Sees of the 70′s (The Beginning of the Golden Era):

1980′s Cult Classics (The decade of good special-effects make up):

Horror-Comedies:

Best of 2000′s-now:

Other Favorites (AKA 90′s horror):

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4 Poirot actors → Albert Finney - Peter Ustinov - David Suchet - Kenneth Branagh

olivia records & sandy stone

olivia records was founded in 1973 specifically to produce and market women’s music. the collective was founded by ten lesbian feminists from washington, d.c. (they later moved to l.a. and then to oakland). while the collective did moderately well and produced many albums, including “lesbian concentrate,” a collection of songs and poetry which benefitted the lesbian mothers national defense fund, they are also remembered for rejecting melissa ethridge, who went on to become one of the most successful lesbian musicians of all time. the two concerts they performed at carnegie hall in 1988 were the highest grossing at that venue in history at the time, but were barely mentioned by the new york times. 

from 1974-1978 sandy stone (pictured above, at work) was olivia’s sound engineer. she recorded and mixed all of olivia’s music during this period. stone, a trans woman, was subjected to negative and transphobic attacks during this period from some in the mainstream lesbian community. janice raymond, a lesbian feminist scholar, was particularly vicious and attempted to out stone to olivia records and described her as a “male” working for an all-women’s record company. the collective responded by publicly defending stone in various feminist publications of the time. stone continued as a member of the collective and continued to record olivia artists but eventually left after pressure from a book written by raymond, the transsexual empire, (essentially an attack on stone) and the community became too much. 

stone went on to collaborate with donna haraway on a response to raymond’s book called the empire strikes back: a posttranssexual manifesto, which has been called “the protean text from which contemporary transgender studies emerged.”

(a slightly unrelated but nonetheless interesting fact: in the late 80s stone bought herself a computer and taught herself how to code, and became a freelance coder, which was no small feat). 

Numbers You Need To Know For DCI Finals
  • .512 - The gap between the 1st place Blue Devils and 2nd place Vanguard
  • 8 - Number of times the 1st place corps at Prelims/Semis did not outright win at Finals (1972, 1974, 1978, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2008, & 2015), so around 18% of the time.
  • 1.4 - The largest margin jumped by a championship winner since the change from the tick system in the 80s, done by Phantom in 1996 when they went from 3rd to 1st.
  • .375 - The largest margin jumped by a corps that did not tie for 1st, again by Phantom, but in 2008.
  • 1.0 - The margin between BD and SCV at Semis in 1999. Vanguard of course closed the gap and tied the Devils on Finals night.
  • .5 - The gap between Cadets and Cavaliers in 2000, the last time there was a tie for the championship. 
  • .15 - The difference between Crown and BD after Semis in 2015, the most recent example of a group making the leap.
The Good Movies List

If you know me, I love making lists of recommendations for you guys. I’m constantly uploading new playlists for you guys and now I thought I’d make a list of movies that I love!

Bare in mind some of these are foreign films so I’ll mention which ones are. Also, you’ll notice that this is a very eclectic mix!

- The Graduate (1967)

- Murder On The Orient Express (1974)

- Grease (1978)

- Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)

- The Breakfast Club (1985)

- Dead Poets Society (1989)

- The Fiugitive (1993)

- Pulp Fiction (1994)

- Empire Records (1995)

- Romeo And Juliet (1996)

- The Titanic (1997)

- La Vita E Bella / Life Is Beautiful (In Italian) (1997)

- 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

- Jawbreaker (1999)

- Donnie Darko (2001)

- The Sweetest Thing (2002)

- City Of God (In Portuguese) (2002)

- How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003)

- White Chicks (2004)

- First Daughter (2004)

- The Girl Next Door (2004)

- The Pursuit Of Happyness (2006)

- The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

- Limitless (2011)

- What’s Your Number (2011)

- The Help (2011)

- Perks Of Being A Wallflower (2012)

- Stuck In Love (2012)

- 21 Jump Street (2012)

- The Impossible (2012) - my friends brother is in it!

- Prisoners (2013)

- Now You See Me (2013)

- The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (2013)

Nightime
Big Star
Nightime

Big Star - Nightime (1974/1978)

I’m more than a little bummed out that I’m gonna miss performance of this album at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco today. Of course I can’t stand the crowds, and I have to work, but the idea of hearing the whole album performed by people like Robyn Hitchcock, Chris Stamey, and Van Dyke Parks sounds pretty great. I saw Big Star (the 2000s version with the guys from the Posies), and Alex Chilton was in great form and enjoying himself immensely. But they very pointedly did not play songs from the 3rd album - too depressing I suppose.

Get me out of here
Get me out of here
I hate it here
Get me out of here

Angie Dickinson (Born September 30th 1931) An American actress. Appeared in many movies and television shows in the 70s including Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971), Big Bad Mama (1974), Dressed To Kill (1980) and as Sergeant “Pepper” Anderson in the NBC crime series Police Woman (1974 - 1978).

this guy don’t get enough credit-John Saxon-

he was in- and this is not even a full list! (and this is gonna take a while)-shit-here goes. Only the good stuff!

ROCK PRETTY BABY (1956)

.EVIL EYE (1963)

BLOOD BEAST FROM OUTER SPACE (1965)

.QUEEN OF BLOOD (1966)- with Dennis Hopper and Basil Rathbone! and Florence Marly!

.ENTER THE DRAGON (1973)

.BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974)

.the BEES (1978)

.the GLOVE (1979)

.BEYOND EVIL (1980)

.CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE (1980)

.BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS (198))

.BLOOD BEACH (1980)

.the SCORPION WITH TWO TAILS (1982)

.TENEBRE (1982)

.A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)

.A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS (1987)

.MY MOM’S A WEREWOLF (1989)

.NIGHTMARE BEACH (1989)

.BLOOD SALVAGE (1990)

.the ARRIVAL (1991)

.NEW NIGHTMARE (1994)

.FROM DUSK ‘TILL DAWN (1994)

and lotsa genre shows like the TIME TUNNEL (1967),the SIXTH SENSE (1972), NIGHT GALLERY (1972),KUNG FU (1972), the SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN (1976) and the BIONIC WOMAN (1976)-both with Bigfoot!, WONDER WOMAN (1976), MONSTERS (1991)-and just so much more! And he’s still kickin’ at 81!

SEIYUU BIRTHDAY LIST

SEIYUU BIRTHDAYS: MALE EDITION

1990’s - RISING STARS

Soma Saito: April 22, 1991
Natsuki Hanae: June 26, 1991
Koki Uchiyama: August 16, 1990
Kaito Ishikawa: October 13, 1993

1985-1989 - SUPERSTARS (I)

Miyu Irino: February 19, 1988
Takuya Eguchi: May 22, 1987
Ryota Ohsaka: August 2, 1986
Aoi Shota: August 11, 1987
Yuki Kaji: September 3, 1985
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka: September 17, 1986
Kensho Ono: October 5, 1989
Nobuhiko Okamoto: October 24, 1986
Nobunaga Shimazaki: December 6, 1988

1980-1984 - SUPERSTARS (II)

Tsubasa Yonaga: January 15, 1984
Yoshimasa Hosoya: February 10, 1982
Yuuichi Nakamura: February 20, 1980
Wataru Hatano: March 13, 1982
Shun Takagi: March 17, 1981
KENN: March 24, 1982
Atsushi Abe: March 25, 1981
Hiro Shimono: April 21, 1980
Toshiyuki Toyonaga: April 28, 1984
Tomoaki Maeno: May 26, 1982
Mamoru Miyano: June 8, 1983
Yuki Ono: June 22, 1984
Ryohei Kimura: July 30, 1984
Motoko Takagi: October 4, 1980
Tomokazu Sugita: October 11, 1980
Tatsuhisa Suzuki: November 11, 1983
Terashima Takuma: December 20, 1983
Tetsuya Kakihara: December 24, 1982

1975-1979 - SUPERNOVAS (I)

Shintaro Asanuma: January 5, 1976
Hiroshi Kamiya: January 28, 1975
Chihiro Suzuki: February 17, 1977
Noriaki Sugiyama: March 9, 1976
Kenji Nojima: March 16, 1976
Hiroki Yasamoto: March 16, 1977
Daisuke Namikawa: April 2, 1976
Takashi Ohara: April 9, 1978
Go Inoue: April 19, 1978
Shinnosuke Tachibana: April 26, 1978
Daisuke Ono: May 4, 1978
Takashi Kondo: May 12, 1979
Takahiro Mizushima: June 14, 1976
Anri Katsu: July 3, 1977
Satoshi Hino: August 4, 1978
Kisho Taniyama: August 11, 1975
Kenta MiyakeL August 23, 1977
Masaya Matsukaze: September 9, 1976
Hisayoshi Sugunama: September 30, 1978
Yoshinori Fujita: October 26, 1976
Jun Fukuyama: November 26, 1978

1970-1974 - SUPERNOVAS (II)

Kentaro Ito: January 3, 1974
Hiroyuki Yoshino: February 6, 1974
Atsushi Kisaichi: February 23, 1971
Showtaro Morikubo: February 25, 1974
Yasayuki Kase: March 4, 1971
Daisuke Kishio: March 28, 1974
Junichi Suwabe: March 29, 1972
Kenji Hamada: April 12, 1972
Hirofumi Nojima: April 16, 1973
Katsuyuki Konishi: April 21, 1973
Kousuke Toriumi: May 16, 1973
Soichiro Hoshi: May 30, 1972
Daisuke Hirakawa: June 4, 1973
Kenjiro Tsuda: June 11, 1974
Takahiro Sakurai: June 13, 1974
Tetsuya Iwanaga: June 24, 1970
Tetsu Inada: July 1, 1972
Kenji Nomura: July 23, 1970
Yuji Ueda: August 6, 1971
Hiroki Takahashi; September 7, 1974
Tomokazu Seki: September 8, 1972
Kenichi Suzumura: September 12, 1974
Susumu Chiba: September 13, 1970
Koki Miyata: October 9, 1972
Daisuke Sakaguchi: October 11, 1973
Shinji Kawada: October 19, 1971
Masakazu Morita: October 21, 1972
Noazumi Takahashi: December 6, 1971

1965-1969 - VETERANS (I)

Nozomu Sasaki: January 25, 1967
Toshiyuki Morikawa: January 26, 1967
Hidenobu Kiuchi: February 5, 1969
Hiro Yuki: February 13, 1965
Shinchiro Miki: March 18, 1968
Hikaru Midorikawa: May 2, 1968
Takehito Koyasu: May 5, 1967
Kappei Yamaguchi: May 23, 1965
Hiroki Tochi: May 26, 1966
Nobutoshi Canna: June 10, 1968
Yuji Ueda: June 15, 1967
Mitsuo Iwata: July 3, 1967
Wataru Takagi: July 25, 1966                                                                           Koji Yusa: August 12, 1968
Nobuyuki Hiyama: August 25, 1967                                                                  Akira Ishida: November 2, 1967
Ryotaru Okiayu: November 17, 1969
Takeshi Kusao: November 20, 1965
Kazuya Nakai: November 25, 1967
Hideo Ishikawa: December 13, 1969

1960-1964 - VETERANS (II)

Shigeru Nakahara: January 22, 1961
Yasunori Matsumoto: February 7, 1960
Toru Ohkawa: February 28, 1960
Mitsuru Ogata: March 24, 1961
Fumihiko Tachiki: April 29, 1961
Ken Narita: May 18, 1964
Toshihiko Seki: June 11, 1962
Koichi Yamadera: June 17, 1961
Koji Ishi: July 1, 1960
Mitsuaki Madono: July 28, 1964
Hiroaki Hirata: August 7, 1963
Hisao Egawa: September 13, 1962
Keiji Fujiwara: October 5, 1964
Masaya Onosaka: October 13, 1964
Rikiya Koyama: December 18, 1963

1945-1959 - RESPECT

Ryusei Nakao: February 5, 1951                                                               Kazuhiko Inoue: March 26, 1954
Kenichi Ogata: March 29, 1942                                                                      Akio Nojima: April 6, 1945
Jouji Nakata: April 22, 1954                                                                 
Naoya Uchida: May 1, 1953
Masashi Ebara: May 4, 1953
Kenyuu Horiuchi: July 30, 1957
Sho Hayami: August 2, 1958
Hozumi Goda: August 22, 1957
Norio Wakamoto: October 18, 1945
Nobuo Tobita: November 6, 1959
Akio Otsuka: November 24, 1959
Hideyuki Tanaka: November 12, 1950
Jurota Kosugi: December 19, 1957

Know them, learn them, wish them, remember to acknowledge the lovely beings who bring enjoyment and merriment to our lives with their talented gifts! They deserve EVERY BIT of adulation and adoration! Oh, and please tell me if any are incorrect or I’m missing a seiyuu that should be on the list too! Enjoy! *smile*

Edit: Gomen, Gomen! My apologies for my minor mistakes; can’t believe I messed up HiroC AND Mamo!! *bangs head against the wall* And I need to kick myself for forgetting Yuuchin and Kakashi! Still, thank you VERY MUCH for pointing out my errors. If there are any more, please don’t hesitate to point them out! This list, after all, is meant to help all fans, so I hope it did and will! 

Hola a todos, tal vez no reblogueen esto, pero es para hacerles un poquito de conciencia. 

Miren, yo no vine acá a subir esta foto por los de derecha ni nada, de hecho no soy comunista ni socialista, la verdad es que hoy con mi curso fuimos al parque por la paz “Villa Grimaldi” un campo de concentración clandestino, por así decirlo, aquí, entre los años 1974-1978 mataron a más de mil personas, y recluyeron al rededor de 4500 según informaciones, no está claro cuantos detenidos desaparecidos hay, pero hasta el momento eran 237. Este lugar fue reconstruido de manera simbólica, con testimonios de gente que sobrevivió a estas torturas realmente monstruosas, la historia es realmente impactante y por eso vengo a compartirle esto a ustedes, el maltrato, abuso, humillaciones, la crueldad e incluso violaciones a mujeres (violaciones realmente enfermizas, y no solo a mujeres, tambien a algunos hombres) esto quedará en mi memoria para siempre y como dice en la imagen “Para que nadie pierda la memoria, porque yo soy parte de esta historia” eso, muchas gracias.