Shadow-of-a-Doubt

Movies feat. serial killers, spree killers, and other things like that

70 Movies (biographical and not) with serial killers characters.

*movies in italic are biographical movies*

*♥ = personal recommendation*


The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) ♥

M (1931)

Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

The Most Dangerous Game (1932)

Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) 

Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) ♥

Bluebeard (1944) 

The Spiral Staircase (1945)

Monsieur Verdoux (1947)

The Night of Hunter (1955)

The Bad Seed (1956) ♥

The Devil Strikes at Night (1957)

Psycho (1960) 

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anonymous asked:

To frame some people saying they disagree with you on some things, you have previously advocated the death penalty, which is a fair thing to not agree with you over.

i only advocate the death penalty for cases like the charleston shooter or cases where theres absolutely no shadow of a doubt whatsoever that they’ve committed heinous crimes. if you want to defend those types of people, go for it, but im not going to pretend i wont judge you for it

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Up, up and away, away from me
Well, it’s all right, you can all sleep sound tonight
I’m not crazy
Or anything

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Friendly Reminder that the events that happened in @haikujitsu ’s
Phantom of Truth were almost canon in an alternate timeline in the show and we should all put our hands together and and pray for our smol babu boi
(This is the closest animated scene we’re gonna see relating to PoT??)
(Imagine if this show had a higher rating and it actually showed all of that!!)
(Love the story btw, you all need to check it out if you haven’t, more recently the sequel ‘Shadow of a Doubt’ which currently has 55 chapters)

I can honestly say without a shadow of a doubt, if it wasn’t for this show and the talents of this man there would have never been a Powerpuff Girls. 

Its iconic characters, its bold approach to color and design, its ability to simultaneously work as a serious superhero show for kids and a comedic farce for adults, and its unashamed silliness, made Batman one of biggest inspirations of my creative life. 

So thank you Adam West for being a literal hero to me as a kid and a creative hero to me as an adult.

RIP

i’m so glad i went through all the trouble of trying to log into my old hotmail account attached to my ff.net account so i could reread shadow of a doubt (i had to log in bc i couldn’t remember the name of it or the author lmao)

like it’s so good and i can’t believe after this long it’s still updating! like i swear i stopped reading it over a year ago and this is a sequel to a story that was started like five years ago and i just… that level of dedication is just beyond my comprehension

it’s such an enthralling story i wish they’d make this canon instead of phantom planet which of course i’m still salty about 

anonymous asked:

I'm in a dnd game and a few sessions ago we were being attacked by a swarm of spiders. Our paladin didn't have any weapons that were suited to fighting a whole whole lot of really tiny things, so he decided to pull out his shovel and start whacking. The dm told him it would work like "a really shitty club" but let him do it. He rolled a nat 20, then when told the damage would be two d6s, rolled two 6s. The shovel is now The Shovel of Destiny and his main weapon.

I’m with my DnD friends right now and I read this out loud and we’re all highly entertained god-bless.