I was tagged by the lovely @alivingfire to do this. Why she did that I have no idea skjshjdf. Also as a bit of a disclaimer! This is in no particular order whatsoever. I wrote an actual list on a paper to try and narrow down my favourite stories and I feel like I’ve missed out on so many (I am so so sorry) and I wrote out and erased so many fics.
2. Wear it like a crown by zarah5 - it’s just a sublime fic really. It feels a bit like a safety net for me to read on my iPad so often. It’s lovely!
3. Give me truths - by iwillpaintasongforlou / @canonlarry - this is so rich and so deep and so wonderfully written. I love the hell out of this fic and it’s such a nice fic overall. Some people might find it a bit of a trigger warning, it’s a bit on the darker side with some heavy topics so it might not be for everyone. But it’s one of my favourites!
4. Speaking of Marvels by navigator & quitter - do I really have to say anything about this? It’s so gorgeously written and truly jam-packed with details and I just, aahhhh, so lovely!
5. Say Hallelujah, Say Goodnight by alivingfire / @alivingfire - because in all honesty who would I be if I didn’t have this fic on my list? Ever since I discovered this fic i’ve reread it 3 times I think. It’s such a unique storyline and plot. And the research that went into this story and the time and dedication. It’s unfathomable. It’s so brilliantly written in the way that the first time I read it I could barely stop reading it. Truly a piece of art this story is!
I do wanna add some honourable mentions. Any, and I do mean ANY story by @cherrystreet and @crazyupsetter and a fic called Shake me down by AGreatPerhaps12 - and I will say, this is not a fic for everyone! It’s heavy and I’m saying right now that this isn’t everyones cup of tea. It deals with homophobia, but I like it because of the character development that Harry’s character goes through with the help of Louis and the friends :)
Austrian horror film ‘Goodnight Mommy’ is literally making people faint…
A horror director mentioned in his discussion of the film, “In Austria, there isn’t much of a horror film tradition. When our film came out there, people didn’t care so much. So it was really funny when the US trailer went big and a whole wave of attention came back to Austria. People asked when the film would come out in theatres and we had to say, ‘It was already!’”
Goodnight Mommy—Ich seh, Ich seh—is a 2014 Austrian horror film directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala. Set in the Austrian countryside, the film follows a mother, played by Susanne Wuest, who’s undergone plastic surgery. Returning home in bandages, her twin boys—acting newcomers Elias and Lukas Shwarz—don’t believe she is who she says she is. That’s all we’ll say.