Top List


Movies That Broke Barriers For Black Women

 What’s Love Got To Do With It

 The Color Purple

 Lady Sings The Blues


Waiting To Exhale 


Beasts Of The Southern Wild

The Wiz

Eve’s Bayou

The Women of Brewster Place

anonymous asked:

I love horror games but sometimes they're a bit hard core for chickens like me. Any good ones for people who get scared easily to start with? I have played Yume Nikki.

So you are looking for subtle horror! Here, just for you anon~

All these games barely have neither blood nor scary moments and focus more on either story or gameplay

PS, The ones in Bold are really REALLY GOOD

1. Shiro no Noroi

2. The Sandman

3. Alice Mare

4. Bury

5. Re; Member


7. Little red Riding Hood’s Wolf

Bonus: A Walkthroughs Masterlist I made~

My favourite Jori stories (in no particular order)

anonymous asked:

recommendations for someone who wants to be scared shitless / extremely unsettled? the witch's house scared me a lot, if that gives a base ' v '

Well I just have a list for you!

This list is for games full of jumpscares and fucked up atmospheres!

1. Mermaid Swamp

2. The Crooked Man

3. Paranormal Syndrome

4. Akemi Tan

5. Paranoiac

6. Fantasy Maiden’s Odd Hideout

7. It Moves

8. Seven Mysteries


  1. Safety Last – USA 1923 – Directors: Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
  2. The General – USA 1926 – Directors: Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton
  3. Show People – USA 1928 – Director: King Vidor
  4. Duck Soup – USA 1933 – Director: Leo McCarey
  5. It’s a Gift – USA 1934 – Director: Norman Z. McLeod
  6. Modern Times – USA 1936 – Director: Charlie Chaplin
  7. Nothing Sacred – USA 1937 – Director: William A. Wellman
  8. Way Out West – USA 1937 – Director: James W. Horne
  9. Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife – USA 1938 – Director: Ernst Lubitsch
  10. Bringing Up Baby – USA 1938 – Director: Howard Hawks
  11. Midnight – USA 1939 – Director: Mitchell Leisen
  12. His Girl Friday – USA 1940 – Director: Howard Hawks
  13. Sullivan’s Travel – USA 1941 – Director: Preston Sturges
  14. To Be or Not to Be – USA 1942 – Director: Ernst Lubitsch
  15. Road to Morocco – USA 1942 – Director: David Butler
  16. Kind Hearts and Coronets – Great Britain 1949 – Director: Robert Hamer
  17. Born Yesterday – USA 1950 – Director: George Cukor
  18. Les Vaçances de M. Hulot (Mr. Hulot’s Holiday) – France 1953 – Director: Jacques Tati
  19. Some Like It Hot – USA 1959 – Director: Billy Wilder
  20. Move Over, Darling – USA 163 – Director: Michael Gordon
  21. The Pink Panther – Great Britain / USA 1963 – Director: Blake Edwards
  22. The Fortune Cookie (Meet Whiplash Willie) – USA 1966 – Director: Billy Wilder
  23. The Producers – USA 1968 / AKA SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER USA 1967 – Director: Mel Brooks
  24. The Odd Couple – USA 1968 – Director: Gene Saks
  25. Harold and Maude – USA 1971 – Director: Hal Ashby
  26. What’s Up, Doc? – USA 1972 – Director: Peter Bogdanovich
  27. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* * But were afraid to ask – USA 1972 – Director: Woody Allen
  28. Blazing Saddles – USA 1974 – Director: Mel Brooks
  29. Monthy Python and the Holy Grail – Great Britain 1975 – Directors: Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones
  30. Animal House – USA 1978 – Director: John Landis
  31. Airplane! – USA 1980 – Directors: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker
  32. Tootsie – USA 1982 – Director: Sydney Pollack
  33. Trading Places – USA 1983 – Director: John Landis
  34. All of Me – USA 1984 – Director: Carl Reiner
  35. This is Spinal Tap – USA 1984 – Director: Rob Reiner
  36. The Breakfast Club – USA 1985 – Director: John Hughes
  37. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – USA 1986 – Director: John Hughes
  38. A Fish Called Wanda – USA / Great Britain 1988 – Directors: Charles Crichton, John Cleese (uncredited)
  39. The Naked Gun: From the Files of  Police Squad – USA 1988 – Director: David Zucker
  40. Big – USA 1988 – Director: Penny Marshall
  41. Home Alone – USA 1990 – Director: Chris Columbus
  42. Groundhog Day – USA 1993 – Director: Harold Ramis
  43. Grosse Pointe Blank – USA 1997 – Director: George Armitage
  44. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery – USA 1997 – Director: Jay Roach
  45. The Big Lebowski – USA / Great Britain 1998 – Director: Joel Coen
  46. Le dîner de cons (The Dinner Game) – France 1998 – Director: Francis Veber
  47. There’s Something About Mary – USA 1998 – Directors: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly
  48. Meet the Parents – USA 2000 – Director: Jay Roach
  49. Amélie (Am´lie of Montmarte) – France / Germany 2001 – Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  50. Lost in Translation – USA / Japan 2003 – Director: Sofia Coppola


image: amélie/miramax

anonymous asked:

HAMS could you please tell us which were the saddest RPG games you've played?

Definitely! This’ll be fun~

  1. Corpse Party 

    Saddest Part: The Ending will destroy your souland leave nothing behind

  2. Forest of Drizzling Rain

    Saddest Part:About any other ending other than The True Ending

  3. The Witch’s House

    Saddest Part:We have an ending again, this time, it’s about the major TWIST at the ending + reading the book, you will cry if you think on it too much

  4. Cloe’s Requiem

    Saddest Part:And again, an ending, this one will just make you feel bad and feel miserable

  5. The Crooked Man

    Saddest Part: The development of the main character, David Hoover, what a poor guy

anonymous asked:

Ah sorry, i accidentally clicked ask when i was going to ask something else, my ask was "which" and nothing else. Anyways which rpg game has the best art or graphics (ones with there own graphics, not the ones provided in the program)

Hard question!

I would’ve said a couple of games in the making but you are looking for ones that are finished!

Since I can’t choose, I’ll give you a list instead!

And an added bonus, the games are also packed with a good story!

1. Mad Father DOWNLOAD 

2. The Witch’s House DOWNLOAD 

3. Alice Mare DOWNLOAD 

4. Dreaming Mary DOWNLOAD 



7. Fantasy Maiden’s Odd Hideout DOWNLOAD 


Here’s a quick Top 7 I whipped up last night, it’s about obscure animated films!

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This was originally going to be my April Fools Day post… but I honestly can’t even joke about this stuff. It doesn’t make me angry that this stuff is what it is, I’m more upset by the fact that Cartoon Network backed it so heavily and really believed this was all the next big thing. I could live with that if THE 5 WORST CREATIVE DECISIONS BY CARTOON NETWORK weren’t so spectacularly shitty on their own merits.

Let’s get to them… I guess.

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Favourite Photographer blogs: Week 11 2014

I am going to commence publishing a list of my favourite 5 photographer’s blogs of the week. I tested this on the weekend and it seems it was a success for the listed photographers. This is to help people continue to discover great talent now lensblr is in a more limited capacity:






I hope you enjoy and check out these wonderful photographers.

Freddie Ardley Photography

The New York Times Bestselling Young Adult Books (May 12)
  1. THE ELITE, by Kiera Cass. (HarperCollins Publishers.) The group of potential princesses narrows; a sequel to “The Selection.” (Ages 13 to 17)
  2. THE FAULT IN OUR STARS, by John Green. (Penguin Group.) A 16-year-old heroine faces the medical realities of cancer. (Ages 14 and up)
  3. DIVERGENT, by Veronica Roth. (HarperCollins Publishers.) A girl must prove her mettle in a dystopia divided into five factions. (Ages 14 and up)
  4. THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, by Stephen Chbosky. (Simon & Schuster.) What it’s like to grow up, from the perspective of a high school boy. (Ages 14 and up)
  5. INSURGENT, by Veronica Roth. (HarperCollins Publishers.) In this “Divergent” follow-up, a faction war looms. (Ages 14 and up)
  6. LOOKING FOR ALASKA, by John Green. (Penguin Group.) A boy seeking excitement finds that and more in a girl named Alaska. (Ages 14 to 17)
  7. PAPER TOWNS, by John Green. (Penguin Group.) After a night of mischief, the girl Quentin loves disappears. (Ages 14 and up)
  8. THIRTEEN REASONS WHY, by Jay Asher. (Penguin Group.) Before she commits suicide, a girl sends recordings to 13 people. (Ages 12 and up)
  9. AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES, by John Green. (Penguin Group.) Colin Singleton wants to break the pattern of being dumped by girls named Katherine. (Ages 12 and up)
  10. THE BOOK THIEF, by Markus Zusak. (Knopf Doubleday Publishing.) A girl saves books from Nazi burning. (Ages 14 and up)

And after a long-run reign of TFIOS, a new book replaced its top rank.[x]