Peter Cushing as Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of The Baskervilles (1959)

“This is remarkable!”
“Superficial. There’s nothing remarkable about using one’s eyes.


“I am a fan of the Coen brothers. I’m not a fanatic. I’m a big admirer. They create unique worlds, and there is a real atmosphere to their films. Not everyone can get that. That’s a massive part of their appeal: you can recognise them. Like all the great directors or artists, you know it when you see it.“

Martin Freeman


1.The Breakfast Club
2.Palo Alto
4.The Grand Budapest Hotel
5.The Grand Budapest Hotel
6.Twin Peaks
8.Electrick Children
9.Moonrise Kingdom
10.The Rocky Horror Picture Show


My small wish: Benedict and Martin filming a cop movie.
I want Benedict as a new, enthusiastic stubborn cop and Martin as a bad dirty cop. They hate each other at first but soon realize they’re actually good partners.


January 29, 2010. Two souls reunited. In another life. In another century. At last.

And it is always eighteen ninety-five.

Remember that horrible headcanon and that horrible edit? I do. And this happened. No idea why. Because I am a slut for Soulmate AUs? I love them? Sherlock Holmes and John Watson are soulmates? Idk, watch it and reblog/like/review/put something in the tags if you want to, we live in a free world, do whatever strikes your fancy.

“Somewhere in the vaults at Granada is Jeremy Brett’s film test as Sherlock Holmes: ‘It’s ghastly,’ he told me, laughing. The film is silent but shows Brett in costume and make-up. ‘You see I perceived Holmes as being in black and white, rather like the drawings, so I proceeded to cake my face with white make-up. And of course if you do that your eyes and the rims around them appear red. I looked as though I was ill, had flu or something. And I had a funny walk. It was like a waddle.’ At the memory of this he broke into a roar of laughter. 'It really was awful.’ However, the idea of Holmes in black and white stayed with Brett right to the end of the series.”                   

Bending the Willow