William Defoe


“You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity. Indeed that’s what we provide in our own modest, humble, insignificant… oh, fuck it.”

Films watched in 2015: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), dir. Wes Anderson


Boondock Saints and Boondocks Saints 2: All Saints Day are two of my favorite films of all time. Granted the fact that the first one is definitely better than the second. Really wanting the third one to be out already though. I was happy to find out that despite the rumors the third will be made still.

Now I’m looking up more and they even have an idea for a television series. I’m not quite sure what to think when it comes to that. I’m half excited and half worried. This could be a good thing because they can do short storylines and continue making history out of the Macmanus brothers. On the other hand they could destroy it and drive the idea into the ground. I’m hoping for the first choice. 

I decided to post this since I am re-watching both of them. If you have not seen them make it a priority on your list of things to do on your next day off.