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Air Date :
Sept 1st, 2015
Season Number : 1
Episode Number : 10
Episode Name : Revelations
Networks : MTV
Genres : Horror, Thriller

Storyline:
Emma races to save another loved one; the killer’s identity is revealed. 

Casts:
John Karna, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Tom Maden, Willa Fitzgerald, Tracy Middendorf, Carlson Young, Jason Wiles, Amadeus Serafini, Bobby Campo, Connor Weil

  • Piper:*is revealed*
  • Me:๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘€ good shit goเฑฆิ sHit๐Ÿ‘Œ thats โœ” some good๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œshit right๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œth ๐Ÿ‘Œ ere๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ rightโœ”there โœ”โœ”if i do ฦฝaาฏ so my sel๏ฝ† ๐Ÿ’ฏ i say so ๐Ÿ’ฏ thats what im talking about right there right there (chorus: สณแถฆแตสฐแต— แต—สฐแต‰สณแต‰) mMMMMแŽทะœ๐Ÿ’ฏ ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘ŒะO0ะžเฌ ๏ผฏOO๏ผฏOะžเฌ เฌ Ooooแต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ’ฏ ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘ŒGood shit
  • Audrey:*is revealed*
  • Me:do NOT sign me the FUCK up ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘€ bad shit baฬทฬถ ิ sHit ๐Ÿ‘Ž thats โŒ some bad ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Žshit right ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž th ๐Ÿ‘Ž ere ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž right โŒ there โŒ โŒ if i do ฦฝaาฏ so my sel๏ฝ†๐Ÿšซ i say so ๐Ÿšซ thats not what im talking about right there right there (chorus: สณแถฆแตสฐแต— แต—สฐแต‰สณแต‰) mMMMMแŽทะœ ๐Ÿšซ ๐Ÿ‘Ž ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘ŽะO0ะžเฌ ๏ผฏOO๏ผฏOะžเฌ เฌ Ooooแต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’แต’ ๐Ÿ‘Ž ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž ๐Ÿ‘Ž ๐Ÿšซ ๐Ÿ‘Ž ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘ŽBad shit

xray-protection-squad asked:

any good new raywood?

I’m pretty sure I live in the Raywood tag. I feel no shame about it.

Ryan/Ray

Insanity by Malefactor

Summary: To expect a different outcome after trying the same thing over and over. That’s insanity. Or was insanity what came from how their informant’s blue eyes could shine so brightly and how his laugh made Ray’s heart jump. Maybe insanity was looking at their new crew member, a mute mad man, only to see a possible future being surrounded by that leather jacket while cuddled closely. Maybe it was wishing for a threesome with both men.

Ryan Haywood or Vagabond.

Having to pick one or the other was insanity.

WC: 15,055 -WIP

Lush Roses by MissGillette

Summary: The Mad King’s little Rose Prince has some confidence issues with his body. Once, Ray was only skin and bones. But much has changed since their first night together a year ago, and Ray doubts the Mad King will desire his fuller figure.

WC: 8,076

Slipping by Emono

Summary: Ryan Haywood - genius, CEO of Monarch Labs, Alpha, respected in his field. But he’s not quite all he appears. A king and a scientist loom under his handsome face and the cracks are starting to show. He starts slipping the moment he sets his gaze on X-Ray. Ryan and the MAD Scientist fall hard for the little Omega hero during experimentation, but Mad King? His gaze trails elsewhere to a fellow villain with the power to manipulate and amplify kinetic energy - an old beau of Vav’s.

What this young ex-soldier doesn’t know is that every rung of the ladder he climbs gets him ever closer to the gilded cage the Mad King has prepared for him. He may be growing into his powers and his status, he may come off cold and ruthless, but he has a weakness in the form of a wild man in the forest outside town. Mogar.

Whether Ryan knows it or not, these people are all pieces in the chess game he has started that will either destroy the city in a heavy fog of biowarfare, or save it from the brink of oblivion.

WC: 7,835 - WIP

Such Is Life by PageofD

Summary: Ryan’s eyes rake over the unpresented boy in front of him. Dark hair, thick-framed glasses, naturally tanned skin all wrapped up in sensible black slacks and a white shirt that gives a peek of pale chest.

“Mr Haywood, this is Ray Narvaez Jr. He’ll be working your desk from now on.” Lindsay says, smiling broadly at Ryan.

WC: 11,794 - WIP

- Bex

MTV Scream — “Revelations” Review — Written 9/1/15

        ***THIS SHIT OBVIOUSLY HAS SPOILERS***

        ***THIS SHIT OBVIOUSLY HAS SPOILERS***

           As you guys know from this series of reviews (all 2.333 that read them), I’m really defensive of the Scream franchise. These movies are so important to my life that I was just petrified when they said that they’d be making a TV adaptation of the franchise—one that doesn’t even take place in the same universe. No Sidney, Gale, Dewey, or original mask means no happiness, but I’m just so surprised at how solid the first season of Scream turned out to be. With “Revelations,” we were given many actual scares, equal amounts of humor, and a pretty head-scratching ending that does indeed bring about more interest.

           This is probably the best episode of the series so far, partly because it was so Scream-y. It had the genuine tension of “Wanna Play a Game?” and “In the Trenches,” but it was throughout instead of acting as part of the climax of the episode. Almost the entire episode was like the third act of Scream and Scream 4, which is a great thing to say. There were homages to the original films that never fell into look-at-how-clever-I-am territory, such as Sheriff Hudson being disemboweled and stuck to a tree à la Casey Becker, the bloody handprint on the door like in the climax of Scream 4, and of course the very funny, “A landline? What is this, 1996?” quote, which I laughed really hard at.

           It also had a really great balance of straightforward horror and meta humor, namely from Noah. The sense of self-awareness that he brought really did help a lot, and again, the references to the original Scream were cute, like when he’s forced to split up and agitatedly says, “I will NOT be right back.” It really blended into what proved to be a surprisingly well staged end to a killing spree at a suburban household.

           Firstly, let’s talk about Sheriff Hudson’s death, which was a big holy crap, and a creative holy crap, too. I didn’t think his innards would end up spilling all over Maggie as she tried to free him, but damn, that was kind of brutal. It also does at an extra sense of emotional turmoil to the situation, since she did in a way accidentally kill him similar to how Emma inadvertently helped bring Riley and Will’s deaths to fruition. The attack on Brooke also genuinely frightened me; I’ll happily admit that I jumped and gasped several times while watching it. It’s kind of crazy saying that, since she started out as the archetypal sexpot that the writers successfully managed to flesh out. I really did care about the “hot blonde,” and that in itself is kind of crazy. I would have never thought that being stuck in a fridge in garage could be so torturous.

           Now let’s get to the final reveal, which, again, was well staged, despite being what could possibly be called the weakest part of the episode. I was surprised to see that Piper was the killer, but I wasn’t necessarily shocked. I did guess her once or twice, but in all fairness, I also guessed every other main character throughout the season, so I kind of didn’t guess shit. The reveal of Piper was surprising—I’ll give it that—but it felt a bit rushed. As much as I loved the proceeding 43 minutes or so, I felt like they could have shortened some of that up to make room for the final showdown.

           The slight issue with Piper’s reveal was that it was hinted at slightly too much in “Exposed” when she said that she had a long-lost dad that was dead. Right then and there, I said, “Oh, she’s probably Brandon James’s daughter,” and it turns out that I was right. It was pretty Scream 3 of them to have a long-lost child be the killer in an effort to exact revenge like Roman Bridger did, and that seems like more of an odd choice in theory than in execution. Because the series was ten hour-long episodes, it actually had way more time to flesh out its mythology, so it didn’t feel quite as weird or far-fetched as it could have been. She also brought to mind Jill Roberts in Scream 4 with her sort of cockiness and sarcasm, but again, the sequence was too short to make her seem as batshit crazy as she probably was meant to be. (No self-stabbing and running into framed pictures here, sorry.)

           The real WTF moment, though, was Audrey little scene at the end. Burning up letters from Piper has to mean one thing: she was her accomplice. Every Scream movie except for Scream 3 had two killers, so I was waiting for the reveal of another one. However, given that this show has been intermediately toying with our memories of the Scream films—Brooke’s scene in the garage in the pilot or Kieran’s many Billy Loomis qualities, for example—they may be setting up something totally crazy, but I really do think that season two will do something different in that Audrey got away here. I really don’t know since it tied up everything, but left that one strand with a question mark that allows for the fan theories to commence.

           Overall, Scream looked like it would just be a shot in the dark, but it did prove to be a success. Season one veered towards solid the entire time, had some terrific episodes spread throughout, and unfortunately took a turn for mediocre with “Exposed” and “Betrayed,” but with “Revelations,” it’s safe to say that, in the end, they knew what they were doing. It’s meta, funny, surprisingly unnerving, and fun. The Scream franchise may mock the formula of horror films and their sequels, trilogies, and remakes, but it does have a formula of its own: take a basic idea, skew it enough to make it different yet accessible, and have a metric ass-ton of red herrings. This adaptation of Scream may not be on the level of Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s work, but it is surprisingly worthy as a whole. (Maybe they can bring in Williamson to write! And bring back Roger L. Jackson to be the voice!)

           8.7/10, terrific, two thumbs up, far above average, etc. (rating for this single episode)

MTV Scream Reaction to Season Finale

So I already saw this coming. If you’ve watched the movie franchise, the killer is always someone closest to you. Piper was a reporter and was only focusing on this story, plus she became super close with Emma aka her half sister. Then on top of it all, she definitely manipulated Brandon James’ mom aka Pipers grandma into saying that Brandon had a son when he really had a daughter aka Piper… Side note, the plot twist didn’t come off to me so much as a plot twist because I always kinda had a feeling Audrey was in all of this to begin with. I mean, her DNA was in the mask, also that video of her going crazy about Nina made her come off pretty suspect. Also, someone else had to have been wearing the mask when Piper wasn’t the one wearing it. Either Audrey was the other killer or Audrey is related to Piper. They had said that Brandon James had a brother, what if Audrey’s dad is his brother? He came off pretty sketchy in that one episode he was in when Audrey was getting asked a bunch of questions. And then if Audrey’s dad is the brother of Brandon James, then that would mean Piper is related to Audrey which is why they found her DNA in the mask. Audrey either A. Was piper’s accomplice, wore the mask, then dropped out of being her accomplice or B. Is the cousin of Piper who’s dad is Brandon James who’s brother is Audrey’s dad, meaning they’re related and why her DNA was inside the mask.

Nevertheless, I am still so Team Audrey no matter how sick twisted she may or may not be :)))

[9/1/15, 7:58:25 PM] bex.: abbey do you want a friendly reminder
[9/1/15, 7:58:44 PM] space mom: idk if this will be actually friendly or hurtful
[9/1/15, 7:59:07 PM] bex.: friendly reminder that anakin’s first words to padme were calling her an angel and his last words to her were calling her a liar
[9/1/15, 7:59:16 PM] space mom: IT WAS HURTFUL
[9/1/15, 7:59:20 PM] bex.: B)

do u see what abUSE I’M PUT THROUGH???

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I was tagged by the lovely loveablejared for the selfie thing and it took me so long to finally get around to doing it because I am lazy trash so here you go! (I know the second one isn’t a selfie but I’m really proud of the fact that I channeled my inner Dean Winchester and fixed my car by myself!)


Now I tag winchesterworshiper, beekeepercain, tattooeddean, vylhunter, and ourlordandsaviorchuck and anyone else who wants to do this! :) 

candlelight-mockingjays asked:

She managed to keep it a secret that she was in the Capitol, getting a week off of school for her modeling opportunity. Bex snuck up to Noah's dorm, knocking softly on it when she heard other voices in there, Noah's friends, no doubt. She waits patiently, hearing his voice call out for her to wait a second.

he pulled her into a hug almost instantly after he opened the door, smiling brightly “I missed you,” he said as he pulled away and took her hand “I cant believe you’re getting like, a week off school for this.”

shuffle your music and write down the first 10 songs that play (no cheating), and tag 10 people.

thanks to @out-of-context-bex and fleur-wishing for tagging me!

1) La Dispute - Sad Prayers for Guilty Bodies

2) Walk The Moon - Shut Up and Dance

3) Panic! at the Disco - Let’s Kill Tonight

4) Florence and the Machine - Girl With One Eye

5) La Dispute - For Mayor in Splitsville

6) David Bowie - Heroes

7) Muse - Resistance

8) Halsey - Ghost

9) My Chemical Romance - Cemetery Drive

10) The Von Bondies - C'mon C'mon

I tag: head-above-clouds-for-you, wrenchester, doubtxbrohemian-raspberry, snassassins, cherrydarjeeling, temple-of-floraa, 21fortheroad, hurleyfucker, joseptrohman

do it if you wanna c:

anonymous asked:

Do you think Regina or Zelena looks more like Cora? Mother-daughter resemblances are a strange thing on OUAT. Like Emma and Snow look a whole lot alike, but then you have other mother-daughter pairings like Maleficent and Lily, or Colette and Belle, who didn't look much alike. Oh, they shared a few features, but no one would instantly recognize them as being related.

I guess Regina?  Neither Lana nor Bex bears a striking resemblance to Barbara Hershey in the way Emma and Snow do, but I’d say Lana’s facial features are way more similar than Bex’s. If you look at Regina’s parents you can believe that she’s their daughter.  Zelena doesn’t really favor Cora - I guess you could say she takes after her father? Really it’s just the red/reddish hair that ties her to  her mother.  

I read that they wanted Bex and tailored the WWOW role for her.  So I don’t think family resemblance was too high on the list when they cast her - and it’s likely they made the decision to bring OZ to the show and then decided on the infamous ouat “family connection” plot later.

DOn’t even get me started on the Lily thing.  Did they know they wanted the adult actress first and then decided to include a young Lily that resembled Regina for queer baiting purposes - simply not givinging a fuck that she wouldn’t look anything like the adult version? Or did they cast that  beautiful young latina actress and then whitewash the fuck out of her character because they wanted to hire Agnes and don’t care at all about representation or continuity?  I don’t know and don’t really care anymore because either way it’s BULLSHIT. Worst casting fail ever.

Collette and Belle I had no problem with - looking at Belle’s father it’s a believable family. I don’t expect every set of family characters to be as exact as Emma/Snow because not all families have such a strong family resemblance. But you can’t just change a characters race and expect nobody to notice or complain.

when i was about 8 (bearing in mind deathly hallows was released when i was about 15) i wrote a harry potter fanfiction where harry and ginny where married and it was the morning of the september 1st and they were taking their 3 kids to the platform to meet ron, hermione, and their kids. i dont remember what the weasley kids were called, but i do remember that harrys kids were called lily, james, and for some reason mercury bob. i dont know why mercury bob, but i do know its still less ridiculous than albus severus.