1994 2012

LGBT+ korean dramas and movies

In honor of Pride month, I’ve decided to make a masterlist of korean dramas and movies that include LGBT+ characters

I haven’t seen them all so tell me if you think some of them shouldn’t be there and also if you have other to add, just tell me!! I will update the post regularly ♡

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Disney Films

Aries: La isla del tesoro (1950), Cupido motorizado (1968), Mulan (1998), Bichos (1998), Cars (2006), Un gran dinosaurio (2015)

Tauro: Blancanieves y los siete enanos (1937), El jorobado de Notre Dame (1996), Ratatouille (2007)

Géminis: Pinocho (1940), Hocus Pocus (1993), Las locuras del emperador (2000), Los increíbles (2004), Chicken Little (2005), Frankenweenie (2012)

Cáncer: Bambi (1942), La bella durmiente (1959), La Película de Tigger (2000), Lilo & Stitch (2002), Enredados (2010), Marte Necesita Mamás (2010)

Leo: Los tres caballeros (1945), La dama y el vagabundo (1955), La bella y la bestia (1991), El rey león (1994), Valiente (2012)

Virgo: Fantasía (1940), Los rescatadores (1977), Tron (1982), Oz: un mundo fantástico  (1985), Jimmy y el durazno gigante (1996),  La Familia del Futuro (2007)

Libra: Cenicienta (1950), 101 Dálmatas (1961), Robin Hood (1973), Hércules (1997), Dinosaurio (2000), Frozen: Una Aventura Congelada (2013)

Escorpio: La Espada en la Piedra (1963), Atlantis: El imperio perdido (2001), Tierra de osos (2003), Ralph, el Demoledor (2012), Intensamente (2015)

Sagitario: Alicia en el país de las maravillas (1951), Peter Pan (1953), El Libro de la Selva (1967), Tarzán (1999), Buscando a Nemo (2003), Bolt (2008)

Capricornio: Mary Poppins (1964), Los aristogatos (1970), Pocahontas (1995), Vacas vaqueras (2004), Up: Una Aventura de Altura (2009), La Princesa y el Sapo (2009)

Acuario: El dragón chiflado (1941), El zorro y el sabueso (1981), Toy Story (1995), Monsters, Inc. (2001), WALL·E (2008), Big Hero 6 (2013)

Piscis: Dumbo (1941), La Sirenita (1989), Los tres mosqueteros (1993), Goofy, la película (1995), Tinker Bell (2008), Zootopia (2016), Buscando a Dory (2016)

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Are you afraid of clowns?

There are a LOT of goddamn movies/shorts/series with killer clowns, and this isn’t even all of them.

From top, going from left to right:

  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
  • It (1990)
  • Killjoy (2000)
  • Killjoy 2: Deliverance from Evil (2002)
  • Killjoy 3 (2010)
  • Killjoy Goes to Hell (2012)
  • Splash Area (2012)
  • Scary or Die (2012)
  • Dead Clowns (2004)
  • Secrets of the Clown (2007)
  • Cut (2010)
  • Gacy (2003)
  • Dahmer vs Gacy (2010)
  • Frayed (2007)
  • The Clown at Midnight (1999)
  • Evil Night (1992)
  • Klown Kamp Massacre (2010)
  • All Dark Places (2012)
  • Within the Woods (2005)
  • Camp Blood (2000)
  • Camp Blood II (2000)
    Camp Blood: First Slaughter (2014)
  • Closed for the Season (2010)
  • We All Scream for Ice Cream (2007)
  • Amusement (2008)
  • Fraternity Massacre at Hell Island (2007)
  • Laughter (2012)
  • All Hallow’s Eve (2013)
  • Stitches (2012)
  • Blood Harvest (1987)
  • Fear of Clowns (2004)
  • Fear of Clowns 2 (2007)
  • Sloppy the Psychotic (2012)
  • Funland (1987)
  • House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)
  • The Devil’s Rejects (2005)
  • 31 (in development)
  • Purvos (2006)
  • Le Queloune (2008) (short film)
  • Das Clown (1999) (short film)
  • Let’s Visit the World of the Future (1973) (short film)
  • Terror on Tour (1980)
  • The Last Circus (2010)
  • Vulgar (2000)
  • Mr. Halloween (2007)
  • The Clown Murders (1976)
  • Gingerclown 3D (2013)
  • 100 Tears (2007)
  • Clownhouse (1989)
  • Slasher House (2012)
  • Funnyman (1994)
  • Cannibal Killer Clowns on Dope (2009)
  • Slaughter High (1986)
  • Night of the Clown (1998)
  • Jingles the Clown (2009)
  • Final Draft (2007)
  • Mr. Jingles (2006)
  • Urban Massacre (2002)
  • S.I.C.K. Serial Insane Clown Killer (2003)
  • Hellbreeder (2004)
  • Drive Thru (2007)
  • Clownstrophobia (2009)
  • Clown (2007)
  • Torment (2008)
  • Out of the Dark (1989)
  • Cannibal Clown Killer (2014)
  • Slashers (2001)
  • Hello Bingo (2014) (short film)
  • The Fun Park (2007)
  • Theater of Fear (2014)
  • Bongo: Killer Clown (2014)
  • Condado Macabro (2014)
  • Circus of the Dead (2014)
  • American Horror Story: Freak Show (2014)
  • Clown (2014) (poster artwork not available at this time)

Teen Wolf AU + SOCIAL MEDIA » scott and lydia remember the day allison died and one year after, it still hurts. however, scott, like the ray of sunshine that he really is, tries his best to cheer up lydia with a “allison’s selfies” war. 

rip. allison argent. (31/01/1994 - 17/03/2012)

anonymous asked:

Kurt's voice changed so much from 1990-94. Do you think if he was alive today, he would of ruined his unique voice by now? I ask this Because Liam Gallagher has ruined his by his unique singing style from 1994-2012 so I'm just wondering if Kurt would of went down the same route...

the doctor in 1994 told kurt to rest that voice, or he wouldn’t be able to talk, let alone sing. 

between the screaming,  drinking,  and smoking. you can really tell the difference in kurt’s voice during the time you mentioned.

Don't know what to listen to? Here are some albums!

(if it’s a playlist…press play all)

From 2013:

From the past (1994 thru 2012):

The playlist at the top of my band blog is also pretty sweet. 


Two amateur astronomers captured something slamming into Jupiter

It’s amazing how you can observe and capture what’s going on in space with a telescope and a camera in your backyard. On March 17th, Gerrit Kernbauer, an amateur astronomer using a 20 cm telescope in Mödling, Austria, and John McKeon, observing with a 28 cm ‘scope north of Dublin, were both taking a video of Jupiter (that way you can pick the best parts of the captured frames to create a high-resolution image). While analyzing footage afterwards, it turned out there was a surprise bonus: they had captured the impact of a small comet or asteroid into Jupiter!

As Phil Plait of Bad Astronomy mentioned, Jupiter actually gets hit a lot. Impacts or their aftermath have been captured in 1994, 20092010, and 2012. So, on average Jupiter could get hit by something big enough to see from Earth about once per year, but we just might not chance upon it. Plus, we don’t see the ones on the far side of the planet.

Anyway, thanks, Jupiter, for taking those hits for us ❤️

Original videos here and here


Following on from the 2015 AO3 Ship Stats, here are the 100 most popular femslash ship tags on Archive Of Our Own as of July 8th 2015!

This includes the ranking compared to last year’s top 50, and the date at which both characters in the ship had first all appeared in that fandom. The colouring on the dates is white for the last two years (Jul 2013 onwards), light blue for 2-5 years ago (2010-2013), mid blue for 5-10 years ago (2005-2010) and dark blue for more than 10 years ago (pre-2005).

Older ships tend to have slipped down the list, as you can see from this graph, which shows a logarithmic relationship (R^2 = 24%) between the change in rank since 2014 and the years since the characters were created:

For the plaintext version of this data, check below the cut.

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The 31 best movies set around Halloween:

(31.) Spooky Buddies (2011)

(30.) Halloweentown (1998)

(29.) Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

(28.) Flesh Eater [a.k.a. Revenge of the Living Zombies] (1988)

(27.) The Hazing (2004)

(26.) Jack-O (1995)

(25.) TIE  Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) & Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) 

(24.) Night of the Demons 2 (1994)

(23.) Frankenweenie (2012)

(22.) Sleepy Hollow (1999)

(21.) Hotel Transylvania (2012)

(20.) House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)

(19.) Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

(18.) Lady in White (1988)

(17.) Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)

(16.) Ginger Snaps (2000)

(15.) Hell Night (1981)

(14.) TIE Halloween (2007) & Halloween II (2009) 

(13.) Pumpkinhead (1988)

(12.) The Monster Squad (1987)

(11.) Corpse Bride (2005)

(10.) Hellbent (2004)

(9.) Halloween II (1981)

(8.) ParaNorman (2012)

(7.) Night of the Demons (1988)

(6.) The Midnight Hour (1985)

(5.) May (2002)

(4.) Hocus Pocus (1993)

(3.) Halloween (1978)

(2.) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

(1.) Trick ‘r Treat (2007)


Attractions of Yesterworld, Where do I even begin with Snow White’s Adventures/Scary Adventures. Well I guess lets start at the beginning shall we? The year is 1971 and the Magic Kingdom has freshly just opened, plus with an attraction based off of Snow White in the Fantasyland area how sweet. The entrance looks comforting and inviting and we hear Snow White’s beautiful singing all along the entrance, must be a fun ride for the kiddie’s. Wrong, wrong wrong wrong wrong god so wrong.

For many of us Snow White’s Adventure’s (As it used to be named) was the first time many of us as children experienced real fear. Some parents unknowingly took their child upon this journey. While other parents (My father) knew very well what lied ahead and wanted to pass the tradition down of being scared out of your wits by a witch while you were still a child to his sons. Thanks dad. In case you all didn’t know this attraction had about 2 incarnations, the original one which ran from about 1971-1994, to the final one which ran from 1994-2012. While many on here experienced the later version (I experienced both but only remember the later version) it’s important to note that the first version of this ride was far more fearsome. 

There was no happy ending, there was no snow white, and every sharp corner you took sure enough there was an old hag waiting to make sure you knew the meaning of fear. For those curious of the original ride layout look above as its the first picture in this post. The difference’s between the old version and the new one were numerous. For example many noted that for an attraction based on “Snow White” she was nowhere to be found. This was intentional as the Imagineers wanted the ride to be from the perspective of Snow White, meaning the rider was in fact snow herself.

But many didn’t get this and complained and yearned to see her in the attraction. Another notable difference was the lack of a happy ending, instead this ride ended with something a bit more gruesome, the Witch killing you by pushing a Diamond to fall over your head. As if that wasn’t enough all the affects in the ride were way more intense. For example the forest scene featured trees much like the one pictured above, that would fall towards the ride vehicle’s. Fall. Towards the ride vehicle. Just take that in. Also consider how close you are to the physical sets in this ride due to the proximity and boom fear factor status. None of the happy tunes of the film were found anywhere on this attraction either, instead you heard shrieks of ghouls, and the far off distance cackle of the Evil Queen.

Even after the Dark Forest when you think you are safe by seeing the first sight of something happy the Dwarfs cottage, you are all too soon let down. Inside you see nothing but emptiness and creepy furniture pieces which seem to glare at you in fear. As you escaped that you would see vultures glaring at you as you headed for your untimely end. Side note those vultures were salvaged and shall be used in the new Mine Train ride to see that follow this link (x). 

To see a ride through of the original Ride with a light on the camera follow this link, (x) to see one without the light fixture follow this link (x).

Then in 1994 due to massive complaints about no warning that the ride was scary, or that Snow white was anywhere to be found the ride was shut for a refurb. In the refurb many of the show scenes were changed and toned down, the ride even got a new name Snow White’s Scary Adventures. In this version Snow White and the Gang were found in all parts of the ride, and this time The Witch was the one who kicked the bucket, the ride even ended with a happy ending of Snow and her prince riding away. Click on each picture for captions explaining a bit more. 

End of a Classic. With the New Fantasyland Project evolving decisions were made, decisions that still don’t sit well with me. Since Cinderella and Aurora’s meet and greet’s were shelved in favor of the Mine Train TDO still decided there needed to be a place the princesses could meet. Instead of converting a store or building a new area to house the Royals they decided that one Snow White themed ride was enough for the Magic Kingdom. Thus Snow’s Scary Adventures was given an expiration date in May of 2012 to make way for Princess Fairy Tale Hall. So this attraction that we all got to pass on in tradition which had been a staple for the Kingdom since opening day sadly we had to say goodbye to it. 

Many came out in droves to say goodbye to this attraction, but none were as notable as Ben. For those that don’t know Ben is a young man with autism who is a sort of celebrity among the cast members at WDW! Why you ask? Because his favorite ride in the entire world was Snow white’s Scary Adventures, he has ridden the ride itself exactly 3,500 times. So on the last day of Operations of course Ben was there, he even got a surprise visit and got to ride with a very special princess to view that click here (which had never happened before) (x). Cast Members came to say goodbye too, and as the night wore on people realized this ride was really going away. So it was fitting that the last person to ever ride this attraction before it’s closure was Ben, to view that click here (x).  Hopefully Ben will love the Mine Train just as much. 

For any of you who never got to ride it, or for those wanting to remember, make sure to put on some headphones and follow this link for a Binaural Ride through Snow White’s Scary Adventures. (x)

Well I hope you all remember this lovely attraction with the same amount of fear and nostalgia that I do. Hopefully the Mine Train can bring in even more elements from this beloved attraction. 

Until then, “Apple Dearie?" 

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