I fucking love Killing Stalking ok it’s the best manhwa ever…. (Believe it or not, it’s not the nastiest thing I’ve ever read. That would be Feeding Lamb) Most is from Sangwoo’s prespective, but some is stalker Bum’s view. Anyways here’s a playlist for the most controversial and problematic ship of the year
A Little Piece of Heaven- Avenged Sevenfold
I Almost Told You That I Loved You- Papa Roach
Body- Mother Mother
Dead Bite- Hollywood Undead
Tear You Apart- She Wants Revenge
Stalkers (Slit My Wrists)- Mindless Self Indulgence
like i cannot believe movies like “split” are still being churned out but at the same time i unfortunately can believe it b/c it is a reality that a large section of the horror genre is very dedicated to the demonization of mental illnesses deemed “scary/unstable” (i.e. anything other than depression and anxiety, lmao) and actively contributes to the stigma surrounding ppl w/ those illnesses, and has been that way/doing that shit for years, rooted in ableism just for cheap scares and making a buck off of them, at the expense of mentally ill ppl.. that’s hollywood! it’s bad! it’s irritating! it’s harmful! i’m irritated! constantly! i’d take 500 shitty vampire films every year if it meant never having to see any of that shit again and it being praised/treated as anything other than genuinely horrible towards mentally ill ppl, like, fuck
Derek doesn’t do pining. He doesn’t. So when it becomes clear that Stiles is much more interested in having Derek as a new best friend than a boyfriend, he puts on his big boy pants and makes it fucking work. He becomes the best goddamn friend a spastic teenager could ever hope to have.
When his best friend’s son barrels into the kitchen only dressed in a pair of skintight jeans, lean but defined torso on display, Derek knows he’s truly and utterly fucked. Not only is the kid barely eighteen, but he also happens to be the Sheriff’s only son.
Derek makes a vow to himself that he will not seek Stiles out and he’ll get this thing under control.
“The most surprising element in AMC’s wonderful drama Better Call Saul, which returns for its third season on April 10, is not how the sad-sack comic foil Saul Goodman of Breaking Bad came to be, but the humanity that series creators and writers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have found in the evolution of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) as they mine the pre-life of Saul.
What Gilligan and Gould have done is take one of the funnier characters in the bleak Breaking Bad world and, instead of spotlighting his ridiculous side, relentlessly focused on the outside forces that took a flawed but well-meaning and empathetic man and battered him into change.
… the already superb Better Call Saul is in a position to take its biggest creative leap yet. It’s not a surprise that we will eventually get to Jimmy McGill becoming Saul Goodman, but it’s certainly surprising just how heartbreaking that transformation has become.”