❛ Fear is stupid. So are regrets. ❜
❛ It’s better to be unhappy alone than unhappy with someone - so far. ❜
❛ I am not interested in money. I just want to be wonderful. ❜
❛ If you can make a woman laugh, you can make her do anything. ❜
❛ The real lover is the man who can thrill you by kissing your forehead. ❜
❛ I restore myself when I’m alone. ❜
❛ I don’t mind living in a man’s world as long as I can be a woman in it. ❜
❛ Give a girl the right pair of shoes and she’ll conquer the world. ❜
❛ No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl. ❜
❛ I am good, but not an angel. ❜
❛ I do sin, but I am not the devil. ❜
❛ I am just a small girl in a big world trying to find someone to love. ❜
❛ All little girls should be told they’re pretty, even if they aren’t. ❜
❛ When it comes down to it. I let people think what they want. ❜
❛ I already know I’m better than them. ❜
❛ If I’d observed all the rules, I’d never have got anywhere. ❜
❛ I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot. ❜
❛ A career is wonderful, but you can’t curl up with it on a cold night. ❜
❛ It’s not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on. ❜
❛ Success makes so many people hate you. ❜
❛ Dogs never bite me. Just humans. ❜
❛ It’s all make believe, isn’t it? ❜
❛ I’m very definitely a woman and I enjoy it. ❜
❛ I’m selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. ❜
❛ I make mistakes, I’m out of control, and at times hard to handle. ❜
❛ But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best. ❜
❛ It is wonderful to have someone praise you, to be desired. ❜
❛ I am trying to find myself. Sometimes that’s not easy. ❜
❛ Millions of people live their entire lives without finding themselves. ❜
❛ The nicest thing for me is sleep, then at least I can dream. ❜
❛ A sex symbol becomes a thing. I just hate to be a thing. ❜
❛ We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle. ❜
❛ You know, most people really don’t know me. ❜
❛ I enjoy acting when you really hit it right. ❜
❛ I believe everything happens for a reason. ❜
❛ Friends accept you the way you are. ❜
❛ We should all start to live before we get too old. ❜
❛ If I’m a star, then the people made me a star. ❜
❛ I am not a victim of emotional conflicts. I am human. ❜
❛ It warms you a bit, but that warmth is temporary. ❜
❛ An actress is not a machine, but they treat you like a machine. ❜
❛ I had never belonged to anything or anyone else. ❜
❛ I learned to walk as a baby, and I haven’t had a lesson since. ❜
❛ Sometimes I feel my whole life has been one big rejection. ❜
❛ The body is meant to be seen, not all covered up. ❜
❛ What do I wear in bed? Why, Chanel No. 5, of course. ❜
❛ The truth is, I’ve never fooled anyone. ❜
❛ Respect is one of life’s greatest treasures. ❜
❛ Someday I want to have children and give them all the love I never had. ❜
❛ I don’t feel like Spring. I feel like a warm red Autumn. ❜
❛ I wish I knew why I am so anguished. ❜
❛ Sex is a part of nature. I go along with nature. ❜
❛ I know from life one cannot love another, ever, really. ❜
❛ I’ve been on a calendar, but I’ve never been on time. ❜
❛ I have feelings too. I am still human. ❜
❛ Having a child, that’s always been my biggest fear. ❜
❛ I want a child and I fear a child. ❜
❛ I think I have always had a little humor. ❜
❛ I often wake up in the night, and I like to have something to think about. ❜
❛ I’m one of the world’s most self-conscious people. ❜
I love your Shisui headcanons! Therefore I have to ask, have you got some for Obito too? :D
- Really absolutely definitely has never had a crush on Kakashi.
- No, really.
- The stalking was unrelated god damn it Rin.
- Is Touka’s grandson on his father’s side.
- That’s where his knack for weaponry comes from.
- (The first time he picks up a naginata one of the Uchiha Elders almost wets themselves in horror. Obito is just delighted not to be tripping over his own feet for once. Kakashi is Speechless.)
- Can cook the best out of Team Minato, and tries to discretely give Rin lessons. It is less than successful.
- Accidentally-on-purpose gets into pranking wars with Kushina.
- Minato is accidentally-on-purpose their favorite victim.
- Totally does not have a wall of pictures starring Kakashi.
- Has absolutely definitely not been fight-flirting with that one Kiri swordsman they run into on missions sometimes. Possibly with slightly alarming frequency.
- Damn it, Rin, he doesn’t have a crush on Kisame either okay.
- OR KUSHINA.
- Is totally bi af, though, that’s true.
- Would sell Kakashi for a rusty kunai, without hesitation.
- (Would also die for him, but that’s less important.)
- Is very, very good at housework and proud of it.
- Will punch anyone who implies that he should be ashamed of it, okay, traditional gender roles are dumb and limiting.
- Has a green thumb. Several of the Elders have taken to praying fervently under their breath whenever they see him working in his garden. He’s pretty sure one of them explicitly said don’t let it be Mokuton please gods but that’s ridiculous.
- Only it’s not, apparently. Whoops. One accident in Orochimaru’s lab and look what happened.
- Got drunk-married to the headman of Ame once, that was fun. He and Yahiko still write to each other at least once a week, and Obito swings by whenever he’s in the area so they can play up being married.
- (Nagato, Konan, Kisame, and Kakashi are all Unamused.)
The night was unusually dark, even for the end
of September – the scarce light of public illumination swallowed by scraps of
mist, like cold long fingers, stretching to capture an unwary victim. But the
lack of visible stars caused me more dismay – the feeling of infinity I usually
felt gazing above my head, of endless life beyond the flapping of butterflies’
wings of human existence, veiled beyond my reach. I felt small and locked
outside of a mystery that made my life more meaningful.
I was walking fast across Princes Street, my hands buried on the pockets of my overcoat,
thinking about the job interview I had endured that day – a promising position
as a Math teacher for a local high school, very surprising considering my lack
of experience and the fact that I was fresh out of college. The headmistress
had seemed pleasant and competent, interested in knowing things about my
personal life as well as my academic course – inevitably she had asked why I
had took almost an entire year off school, four years ago. I had answered truthfully,
reassuring her about my full recovery.
To my right I could see the Gardens and the
outline of the Scottish National Gallery,
one of my favourite places in Edinburgh to relax and spend some free time.
Without a second thought, I decided to make a shortcut across the park, which
would lead me straight to the neighbourhood where I had rented a small, yet cosy,
I saw her before I could even hear her – she was
standing alone, talking on the phone, close to the museum entrance. She was
wearing a long black dress with sleeves, which fitted perfectly her mesmerizing
body, kissing her curves with fabric lips – her hair pinned up in a simple but
elegant knot. She sounded distressed and – I thought – angry enough to make me
want to run in the other direction. I recognized her instantly, even in such
different circumstances than those of our last encounter – Claire.
I walked – levitated, really – towards her,
without any notion of why I was doing it. Perhaps I meant to thank her for what
she had done in the past. Maybe I was fascinated by the idea that, for once, I
could be her saviour. She was clearly dressed for an elegant party – as I
approached the building, I noticed several people in similar clothing, probably
heading for some sort of gala inside.
I could hear her talking more clearly, her
voice quick and deadly, like the stab of a dagger. “Fine!” She snapped, suddenly finishing her conversation. Claire
looked at her phone with aversion, like she was considering the idea of throwing
it to the nearby bushes.
I was near enough for her to notice my presence
– without recognizing me, she quickly composed her expression and looked at her
phone with pretended interest, fearing any unwanted advances from a strange man
in the night.
“Claire?” I called her, as I reached the circle
of light streamed through the museum’s doors. Her eyes jumped to mine and softened,
as she promptly identified me.
“Jamie!” She greeted me, smiling – her lips
were a soft pink with the touch of discrete lipstick. “How are you?”
“Good.” I grinned back – a gesture that almost
entirely faded away as I noticed the ring on her finger. It was a sizable
diamond, shining like a beacon made of crystal, outrageously dominant on her
slender finger. An engagement ring. “I couldna resist, coming to say hello.”
“It’s so good to see you!” Claire seemed
honestly happy and warm – a million miles away from the cold glacier of moments
before. “Are you coming to the charity gala too?”
“Ach, nae.” I gave her a lopsided smile and
raised my brow. “Is that why ye’re here?”
“Yes.” She shrugged, sliding her phone inside
her black satin clutch. “I was waiting for my fiancé but it seems he is…rather busy at the moment. He won’t be
“I’m sorry to hear that.” I said softly, trying
to abstract myself of how magnificent she looked – dark as the night, but with
millions of stars inside her. “I’m sure ye’ll have a lovely time, nonetheless.”
“I doubt that.” She replied, somewhat
conspiratorially. “This night was organized by a friend of my uncle – he was
kind enough to invite me in honour of his memory. Actually, I don’t know a
living soul inside those doors.” Claire’s eyes darkened, sadness creeping in. “Maybe
I’ll just go home and send him my apologies afterwards.”
“No!” I instantly rejected the idea. “Perhaps I
could go with ye?” I suggested in a cool tone, praying that I wasn’t about to
blush. I pointed to my black attire, matched with a grey tie. “I’m wearing a
suit after all.”
“That you are.” She smiled, with a hint of
mischief in her eyes. “Do you really don’t mind?” Claire asked, nervously
adjusting a stubborn curl that had fled her hairdo. “We could just pretend you’re
my fiancé. No one really knows Frank, either way.”
“Of course, lass.” I mockingly offered her my
arm for her to hold. “Shall we?”
We entered the party, quickly mingling with the
crowd – an assorted array of wealthy men and women, with a taste for art and philanthropy
- or for ostentation. Soon enough we had located the canapé and champagne flutes, launching ourselves in a conversation
about the artistry on display – or lack of it.
“So, are you fully recovered?” Claire eventually
asked me over the live jazz music, that a small band was playing in the corner,
a saxophone crying about the loss of an imperfect lover.
“Aye.” I nodded, offering her one of my owlish
winks. “I’m so verra thankful for what ye did for me – I…”
“Don’t be silly!” She dismissed emphatically,
waving her hand. “I should be the one to thank you!” And seeing my puzzled
look, she leaned over and talked closer to my ear. “After what you told me, I
went ahead and applied to medical school. I work some shifts as a nurse to pay
my bills, but I’m a proud med student!”
“That is wonderful!” I congratulated her,
squeezing her hand – soft and capable, warm under my fingers as a pulsing
heart. “I’m so glad!”
I convinced her to dance, afterwards. She
conceded with an amused smile. We swayed together, amongst other couples – I
wasn’t an eager dancer and had no memory of a time when the idea of dancing had
seemed appealing to me. But with Claire everything was natural and effortless –
every move and word had the magical quality of destiny, of a life finally fulfilled.
I tried very hard to overlook the shackles symbolized by her ring, the
deafening warning of a tragedy I was powerless to avoid. She had wilfully surrender
to the dragon – I couldn’t be her saving knight.
“So what happened to yer fiancé?” I asked tentatively,
my hand struggling not to caress her lower back. God, it seemed so easy to touch her, to hold her against me. “Ye
“He had a meeting with another faculty
assistant.” She pursed her lips in discontent, her eyes avoiding his – hiding her
pain and shame. “Something about a spectacular discovery in his newest
“Oh.” I babbled, trying to sound charitable. “Have
ye been engaged for a long time?”
“A couple of months.” Claire sighed, her
fingers accidentally brushing the back of my neck and making me shiver,
preparing to confess her secrets under the protection of the music around us. “Actually,
he has been invited to go to America to teach – and asked me to go with him.”
“And will ye?” I asked, almost breathless –
pushing down the sudden feeling of panic, like a dark wave that threatened to
swallow the skyscrapers of my soul. “Go with him?”
“I honestly don’t know.” She admitted slowly,
wincing a little. “But I accepted his proposal so…I should want to go with him,
“I dinna ken much about serious relationships.”
I said in a hoarse voice. “But I dinna understand how a man can leave a woman
like ye, alone, in such a night. I dinna ken how anything can be more important
than being with ye.”
“It’s complicated!” She tried to argue, but her
voice lacked the vigour of certainty. “He has to work a lot to get recognized. Sometimes
he has to let go of superfluous things, as much as I –“
“Dinna say that!” My voice was a deep rumble, suddenly
stripped of all civility. “Ye should be the priority in his life, lass. Ye are a
wonderful woman.” I gulped. “Any man deserving of being with ye, should give ye
the place ye deserve in his life. Never settle for less, Claire.”
She nodded, looking away to hide the sudden
threat of tears. Eventually, her body relaxed and her cheek came to rest in the
lapel of my blazer, silently thanking me for my support. I could feel the small
movements of her lashes, the hot breath of her life so close to my heart – I never
felt more alive, nor more defeated.
We talked and danced the night away – I made
her twirl and laugh, until her face was less pale, more like the lively girl in
the graveyard, so alive amongst my ghosts.
At the end of the night, I escorted her to a
taxi – not daring to offer her my company to her doorway. I feared what the
intoxicating mixture of her and the champagne might conjure up.
She smiled – skilfully tucking something inside
the pocket of my overcoat – and stood on her toes to kiss my cheek in a tender
goodbye. Later, feeling less overwhelmed by the lack of stars, I read her note –
“In case you need it. XO”. She had
added a phone number underneath the short sentence and a funny smiley face,
with abundant curly hair.
I kept her note under my pillow for the next
few weeks – a silent dare, urging me to take a leap of faith. I was convinced
that my path was fundamentally entwined with Claire’s – it had to be a reason
for the insistency of life to place her in my way. She lured me in – fascinated
I must have grabbed the phone, adamant on
calling her, half a dozen times. Started to dial her phone number – by then
carved on my brain with luminescent red ink of desire – at least a dozen more. I
mentally prepared our conversation – tried different variations of casualness,
honesty and tenderness. I laid awake at night, gazing at the phone, ominous and
I desperately reprehended myself one night, almost a month after the gala. I
clenched my teeth, breathed deeply several times, and made the call – prepared to
invite her for innocent coffee.
“The number you are
trying to reach has been disconnected or is no longer in service.” – said the mechanical and metallic voice
that took me back to a place with no stars.
Do you know what I really, really want to see in the next Star Wars?
I want Finn, a ranking member in the Resistance, fighting with Poe and using his knowledge of the First Order to fight back against them. And then, maybe on a mission early in the movie, while he’s running from blaster fire and pursuit, he rounds a corner and comes face-to-face with a single Stormtrooper.
The trooper has him dead to rights. There’s no way Finn can raise his blaster in time. So he stares into the blank, emotionless helmet and waits for the shot.
Except. Nothing happens. The trooper is perfectly still, sights trained on Finn, until- after a long, tense wait of- they slowly lower their blaster.
i would like to emphasize that international women’s day truly is for all women and femme people.
this means trans women, cis women, nonbinary and gnc femme people.
this means latinx women, black women, middle-eastern women, indigenous women, aboriginal women, asian women, east asian women, south asian women, white women, european women, mixed women. all women.
this means working women.
this means impoverished women, incarcerated women, women in “third-world” countries.
this means homeless women, religious women, non-religious women.
this means lesbian women, bisexual women, pansexual women, asexual women, queer women, questioning women, straight women.
this means women who have had an abortion and women who have had more than one abortion.
this means mentally ill women.
this means women who are disabled, women who are chronically ill, women who are neurodivergent.
this means women who are sex workers, porn stars, strippers.
women who are victims of harassment, sexual assault, and rape.
international women’s day is for ALL women.
Publisher: Marvel Comics
(W) Kieron Gillen (A/CA) Marco Checchetto (CA)
Rod Reis, Chris Samnee, Michael Walsh
“THE SCREAMING CITADEL” - PART 1 Rebel pilot and rogue archaeologist wander side by side into the darkest shadows of the galaxy as Luke Skywalker reluctantly teams up with Doctor Aphra! The Doctor makes Luke an offer he can’t afford to pass up…one that leads him to a very rare gathering at the heart of the infamous Screaming Citadel. Will Luke find what he’s looking for? Can Aphra be trusted? Or will they both wind up victims of the Citadel’s Queen?
Pairing: J U N G K O O K x R E A D E R x Y O O N G I
Genre: A N G S T & S M U T — assassin!au
Word Count: 10.573
Summary: One would think that no one can rival the power of the silent assassin, but as someone begins to claim your targets before you can pull the trigger, the entirety of the crew struggles with mistrust and suspicion, forgetting the oath in which they are bound by blood. For every body stolen, a rose lies in its place, and for every rose placed, you are one step closer to finding the traitor, the one who had so easily convinced you to love him in the first place.
Inspiration: Sword Art Online
Warnings: major character death, descriptive gore including blood and violence
A/N:This here story is dedicated to my @larkistin who has given me this bitch of a prompt to write. Thank you @minidodds for the beta.
Oh, for fuck’s sake!
Rafael swore as his alarm screeched annoyingly. He groped his beside table, eyes still closed, in search of his phone. His own personal groundhog day hell. Every morning he told himself that he would change that irritating tone and every morning he opted to snooze for a further five minutes before rising for his daily java fix.
A cold shiver shot through Rafael’s spine as he threw back his blankets, skin erupting in goosebumps as his feet made contact with the cold hardwood floor. He could have sworn he had a pair of slippers somewhere. Not that he had any inclination to go searching for them, it would certainly make him late for work.
Work! The thought spurred Rafael into action. Shedding his silk pajamas, Rafael trudged into the shower. The jet of steaming water slowly brought his mind to life, along with other parts of his body. Rafael grumbled slightly, he often wished he planned for this inevitability. No wonder he always so stressed out at work. There was only one thing he could think of to cure this frustration. Coffee!
To combine two of my passions, I decided to make a compilation of TV shows and movies related to mass murder! The following focus solely on random and/or public incidents, so basically just no familicides. All of the descriptions were taken from Wikipedia or IMDb.
School Shooting TV Shows:
Millenium Episode Teotwawki (1998)
“Frank and Emma search for answers when a gunman fires upon high school students.”
Third Watch Episode …And Zeus Wept (2001)
“Sully takes Tatiana to meet his mother, and offers
her a way to get her Green Card. A kid takes a gun into his high school.
Faith has a physical exam.”
Rebus Episode Question of Blood (2006)
“Detective Inspector John Rebus and his sidekick DS Siobhan Clarke are called to investigate a shooting at a local college.”
Numb3rs Episode Dark Matter (2006)
“Charlie helps the team solve how many shooters there were in a school massacre.”
American Horror Story Episode Piggy Piggy (2011)
“At Westfield High School in 1994, a shooter enters the school and
begins killing students.”
Utopia Series 1, Episode 3 (2013)
“The group feel the full weight of The Network’s power as Grant is framed for a mass murder at his school.“
19-2 Episode School (2015)
“In the season two premiere, the entire squad is
involved in an intensely tragic school shooting which profoundly impacts
School Shooting/ School Revenge Movies:
“In this allegorical story, a revolution led by pupil
Mick Travis takes place at an old established private school in
The Deadly Tower (1975)
“The infamous story of Charles Whitman, ‘America’s
favourite sniper’ (in Stephen King’s words), is told here once again.”
Massacre at Central High (1976)
“Maimed by bullies at a California high school, a new student (Derrel Maury) engineers acts of revenge.”
“In order to get out of the snobby clique that is
destroying her good-girl reputation, an intelligent teen teams up with a
dark sociopath in a plot to kill the cool kids.”
Murder of Innocence (1993)
“Newlywed Laurie Wade finds her marriage, and eventually the rest of her life, shattered by her deep-rooted psychotic behavior.” Based on Laurie Dann.
Hostage High (1997)
“An armed man with a grudge against a former teacher holds students hostage at his high school.” Based on Eric Houston.
Duck! The Carbine High Massacre (1999)
“Two bullied high-school students
fight back against their oppressors in a hail of bullets and blood.”
Bang Bang You’re Dead (2002)
“A teacher suggests a student take the
lead role in a play, despite the teen’s earlier threat to blow up the
Home Room (2002)
“A high school shooting has repercussions on the town and students.”
Heart of America (2002)
high school students plot a shooting spree that they plan to unleash at
the school moments after the final bell on the last day of the school
Zero Day (2003)
“Two troubled adolescents chronicle the events that ultimately lead up to a terrifying assault on their school.”
“Several ordinary high school students go through
their daily routine as two others prepare for something more malevolent.”
American Yearbook (2004)
“Will is the kid-next-door, but is relentlessly
terrorized by school bullies. Then the mysterious Chance eventually
convinces Will that they should get a gun and take the bullies out: pull
The Only Way (2004)
“Devon Browning is viewed as an outcast and is a victim of physical and
emotional abuse from his classmates. After a tragic death in his family,
his life begins to fall off course. He eventually seeks revenge by
bringing a gun to school and opening fire on his classmates.”
Dawn Anna (2005)
“The true story of a single mom who overcomes many of life’s obstacles.” Based on Lauren Townsend’s mother.
Killers by Nature (2005)
“B-movie stalwart Eric Spudic directs this story about two bullied high
school misfits who exact deadly revenge on those former classmates who
did them wrong.”
“A high school student who is constantly bullied at school and abused by parents at home, had enough and took several other students hostage.”
State’s Evidence (2006)
“When 16-year-old Scott Byers decided to bring a camcorder to school, none of his schoolmates ever imagined what was to come.”
The Life Before Her Eyes (2007)
“As the 15th anniversary of a fatal high school shooting
approaches, former pupil Diana McFee is haunted by memories of the
“An average guy of an Estonian high-school decides to defend his bullied
classmate. This starts war between him and the informal leader of the
class. As teenagers’ honour is a touchy thing, everything ends in
“A dramatization of the Montreal Massacre of 1989 where several female
engineering students were murdered by an unstable misogynist.” Based on Marc Lepine.
April Showers (2009)
“A survivor (Kelly Blatz) of a high-school shooting tries to come
to terms with the horrors he witnessed, along with the loss of his best
The Final (2010)
“A group of high school outcasts get revenge on the students that torment them.”
Amish Grace (2010)
“A grieving woman copes with the loss
of her daughter after a gunman kills Amish schoolgirls in Pennsylvania.” Based on Charles Carl Roberts.”
Beautiful Boy (2010)
“A married couple on the verge of separation are
leveled by the news their 18-year-old son committed a mass shooting at
his college, then took his own life.”
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)
“Kevin’s mother struggles to love her strange child,
despite the increasingly vicious things he says and does as he grows up.
But Kevin is just getting started, and his final act will be beyond
anything anyone imagined.”
Nothing Can Touch Me (2011)
“The outsider Katrine survives a school shooting and
is the only one to see who the shooter is. The hunt for the boy begins,
and slowly Katrine realizes that she has more in common with him than
any of her other classmates.”
Pivot Point (2011)
“A psychological drama that follows four high schoolers down a dark ride.”
An American Terror (2012)
“A group of friends hatch a plan to get revenge on the bullies who have been tormenting them.”
“An alienated teenager’s posturing online threat ignites a firestorm of fear in a small community.”
Hello Herman (2012)
“Set in the not so distant future, in Any Town USA, sixteen year old Herman Howards makes a fateful decision.”
White Rabbit (2013)
“A bullied high school student starts having visions of a rabbit that he
killed when he was a kid, soon putting him in a state where his
imagination threatens to cause him to carry out violent acts.”
“Roman has to travel to a small village in Bavaria, in order to get some
files from a local police station. These files keep records about a high
school massacre committed by a student a year ago.”
The Dirties (2013)
“Two best friends are filming a comedy about getting
revenge on the bullies at their high school. One of them isn’t joking.”
“After a grieving father finds a box of demo tapes made by his now-dead son, he forms a band in hope of finding some peace.”
Almost Mercy (2015)
“Jackson and Emily aren’t like the other kids. Two
burgeoning sociopaths on the brink of total meltdown. Ticking time bombs
seeking revenge. Who will unravel first?”
Natural Selection (2015)
“While attending a new high school, a teen’s budding
friendship with a fellow student leads to harsh
Some Kind of Hate (2015)
“A bullied teenager is sent to a reform school where
he accidentally summons the spirit of a girl, herself a victim of
bullying, who takes vengeance on his tormentors.”
Ditch Party (2016)
“Five students trap themselves in the basement of
their high school during an all-out assault on students and faculty, all
at the hands of one disturbed student geared with guns and explosives.”
Mass/Spree Murder TV Shows:
Cold Case Episode Rampage (2006)
“A 1995 mall shooting spree, in which two teenagers
killed and wounded several people before committing suicide, is reopened
when it is found that there may be a third person involved.”
Criminal Minds Episode Elephant’s Memory (2008)
“When a spree killing begins in a small Texas town,
Reid’s identification with the killer may endanger the girl with him,
and cause Reid to put his own life in jeopardy.”
CSI Episode The Fallen (2014)
“A teenage boy shoots up LVPD headquarters and then holds Russell and one of his shooting victims hostage.”
Mass/ Spree Murder Movies:
“An elderly horror-film star, while making a personal
appearance at a drive-in theatre, confronts a psychotic Vietnam War
veteran who’s turned into a mass-murdering sniper.”
Why Does Herr R. Run Amok? (1970)
“Herr R. throws a dinner party for his boss and colleagues, but is humiliated when a toast he proposes
falls flat. As his days repeat the same boring routine, Herr R.’s
Two-Minute Warning (1976)
“A psychotic sniper plans a massive killing spree in a Los Angeles football stadium during a major championship game.”
Bloody Wednesday (1987)
“A mechanic who lives alone and sees a
psychiatrist gets hold of a machine gun and opens fire in
a coffee shop.”
The Fisher King (1991)
“A former radio DJ, suicidally despondent because of a
terrible mistake he made, finds redemption in helping a deranged
homeless man who was an unwitting victim of that mistake.”
Stalking Laura (1993)
“A Silicon Valley engineer (Brooke Shields) cannot escape a co-worker (Richard Thomas) who has become obsessed with her.” Based on Richard Farley.
Falling Down (1993)
“A borderline personality disordered defense worker
frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to
psychotically and violently lash out against them.”
“Excerpts of the life of a waiter who, living alone and isolated from the
outside world developed an abysmal hatred of his fellow man.”
Tag der Abrechnung - Der Amokläufer von Euskirchen (1994)
“This movie depicts the story of Erwin Makolajczyk, a psychopath who killed 9 people in a courtroom on the 9th of March 1994.”
Charming Billy (1999)
“Billy Starkman is a seemingly ordinary man living in a small Midwestern
town who one day wakes up, murders his family, climbs a rural water
tower with a high-powered hunting rifle and begins shooting innocent
Out of the Blue (2006)
“Based on the Aramoana Massacre that occurred on 13 November and 14 November 1990.” Perpetrated by David Gray.
He Was a Quiet Man (2007)
“A frustrated office worker becomes a reluctant hero after saving a woman’s life.”
“Based on the spree killing committed by Campo Elías Delgado that took place in Bogotá in 1986.”
Le Banquet (2008)
“A bloody drama and an apocalyptic vision of the universities, and more generally of Québec society.”
“A group of strangers form a unique relationship with
each other after surviving a random shooting at a Los Angeles diner.”
“A frustrated young man dons body armor and executes random strangers.”
22 Mei (2010)
“A bomb explodes in a shopping mall. Sam the security agent tries to save
the victims, but at the end he runs off. Later he encounters all the
people he saved. They all think that somehow he is responsible for what
Odd Thomas (2013)
“In a California desert town, a short-order cook with
clairvoyant abilities encounters a mysterious man with a link to dark,
“The lives of five disaffected suburbanites come together in a shopping mall after a shooting spree.”
Rampage: Capital Punishment (2014)
“Bill Williamson hatches a plan to exact revenge on the rich while ripping Washington apart.”
Amok: Hansi geht’s gut (2014)
“Lorenz, a middle-aged accountant living a monotonous life, goes on a violent rampage after a promotion triggers buried memories.”
I, Olga Hepnarová (2016)
Based on the female Czech mass murderer.
Rampage: President Down (2016)
“Bill Williamson returns to bring down the president of the United States and his Secret Service detail.”
“THE SCREAMING CITADEL” — PART 1 Rebel pilot and rogue archaeologist wander side by side into the darkest shadows of the galaxy as Luke Skywalker reluctantly teams up with Doctor Aphra! The Doctor makes Luke an offer he can’t afford to pass up…one that leads him to a very rare gathering at the heart of the infamous Screaming Citadel. Will Luke find what he’s looking for? Can Aphra be trusted? Or will they both wind up victims of the Citadel’s Queen?