buffy the vampire slayer: the movie

anonymous asked:

Few months ago you told us about your favorite movies on your page, could u do the same with your favorite series? take care little poet :)

God it’s so early and you ask me that… again, it’s complicated to choose but I’ll do my best, so here’s a list.


“Penny Dreadful”


“Game of Thrones”

“American Horror Story”


“Orphan Black”

“Orange is the new black”


“Stranger Things”

“The Killing” (U.S Version)

“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”

“New Girl”




  • Me: Joss Whedon is not as misogynistic as everyone on Tumblr makes him out to be.
  • Joss Whedon: *says/does something misogynistic*
  • Me in an increasingly passive aggressive tone: You aren't helping right now.
fandoms doing their thing
  • naruto fandom: yelling about which female character is the worstest
  • bleach fandom: angrily hissing at themselves and each other and being super salty over really little things
  • one piece fandom: sobbing into a pillow about whatever the hell's going on with sanji
  • fairy tail fandom: alternating between which ship they feel like fighting about and getting angry at cleavage
  • attack on titan fandom: explodes once a month in a burst of glory before immediately forgetting it ever existed
  • steven universe fandom: everything is problematic except what i like
  • jojo's bizarre adventure fandom: spent the last 29 years trying to figure out the plot; still hasn't gotten anywhere
  • yuri!!! on ice fandom: so gay very homosexual much wow
  • gravity falls fandom: slowly sinking into an existential crisis (possibly five existential crises)
  • my hero academia fandom: anxiously quadruple-checking saisai-chan's blog to see if there's anything new
  • yu-gi-oh! fandom: probably still confused about pot of greed??? idk lots of memes about hair
  • puella magi madoka magica fandom: crying about gays
  • ouran high chool host club fandom: pressed up against the window like creepers but no one notices
  • fullmetal alchemist fandom: but is it legal in japan????? no??? how about germany????? how about germany in 1912?????
  • pokémon fandom: still trying to catch 'em all
  • danganronpa fandom: all your faves are dead
  • game of thrones fandom: all your faves are dead or suffering
  • lord of the rings fandom: may or may not have ceased to exist altogether
  • doctor who fandom: hiding from the supernatural and sherlock fandoms
  • supernatural fandom: hiding from the sherlock and doctor who fandoms
  • sherlock fandom: hiding from the doctor who and supernatural fandoms
  • superwholock fandoms: sitting in a dark room, rubbing their hands together, and giggling maniacally
  • harry potter fandom: desperately awaiting the sweet release of death (or the next fantastic beasts movie)
  • hayao miyazaki fandom: anime was a mistake
  • voltron fandom: obsessing over keith, lance, klance, pidge's gender identity, shiro's ptsd, and allura's allura
  • rwby fandom: watching the bumbleby and black sun fans viciously circling each other like angry coyotes
  • dragon ball fandom: very tired at this point
  • abridged fandom: y u no update
  • star vs. the forces of evil fandom: the most passive aggressive ship warring i've ever seen tbh
  • avatar fandom: still bitching about zutara and makkora i guess idk
  • buffy the vampire slayer fandom: peering out from behind trees, probably waiting for the sun to sink
  • avengers fandom: either bickering about tony stark, screaming at sharon carter's existence, or dead inside
  • durarara!! fandom: fuck fascinating characters, development, and story; i want unhealthy gays
  • baccano! fandom: softly sobbing in the distance
  • warrior cats fandom: trying to pretend they never existed to begin with
  • rick riordan fandom: has either read every single thing he's ever written or gave up years ago
  • rave master fandom: sniggering as the fairy tail fandom loses its shit again
  • twilight fandom: rewriting the series so it doesn't suck as much and/or making cactus jokes
  • over the garden wall fandom: listening to "into the unknown" and sobbing
  • discworld fandom: secure in their superior sense of humor but sad because a great man has left us
  • a series of unfortunate events fandom: aggressively glowering at anything related to the movie
  • seven deadly sins fandom: confused af right now
  • vamp! fandom: has the best vampires ever created and fucking knows it
  • seraph of the end fandom: thinks they have the best vampires ever created (and are incorrect bc vamp! exists)
  • his dark materials fandom: making dæmons for themselves, their ocs, and literally anybody
  • star trek fandom: speaking in kling-on or whatever
  • star wars fandom: kylo ren discourse
  • miraculous ladybug fandom: arguing over which of four ships is the best even though they're all the same two people
  • thomas sanders fandom: deeply in love with thomas sanders bc it's really hard not to be

80’s movies and chill

Did you miss us?

Television: It’s the circle of life-ish.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer debuts at No. 20 after celebrating it’s 20th anniversary…
⬆ …While The Vampire Diaries shoots up to No. 4 after the airing of it’s series finale.

Originally posted by st0rmclouds

Movies: Would pay good money to see Kong: The Musical.

Kong: Skull Island wins the No. 13 spot and the award for “Most Metal Title”.
⬇︎ La La Land is on a trajectory downward, it’s down six spots to No. 9.

Music: You guys have truly wild fandom names.

Twenty One Pilots swiped No. 1 from Ed Sheeren. No word on how the Skeleton Clique or Sheerios are handling this.
⬇︎ Hayley Kiyoko is moving quickly in the wrong direction. She’s down seventeen to No. 19.

Celebrities: Wonder if Tom got that large gorilla’s autograph?

Camila Mendes (No. 18) debuts as Riverdale starts to take off with fans
⬆ Thanks to Skull Island, Tom Hiddleston leaps thirteen spots to No. 4.

Originally posted by camimendes

Games:The over/under on games.

★ Play of the game: Overwatch remains at No. 1 for the 20th week in a row, a pretty wild feat.
⬇︎ Undertale drops to No. 9. The little game that could has been on this list for months and months.

Web stuff: what’s going on in the World Wide Web.

The Eleven Little Roosters returns with the cutest name at No. 16
The Adventure Zone takes an exciting trip to No. 3.

Sorry guys I can’t be excited about a Batgirl movie because of Josh Whedon’s history.

It’s not easy to forget that this man is solely responsible for the abomination that was Black Widow’s character in Age of Ultron.

And now you want him to direct a Batgirl movie? The Killing Joke film already hyper sexualised Batgirl and made her thirsty for Batman(her father figure) now you want the man responsible for destroying Black Widow’s character in charge of another iconic female superhero?

I have my big doubts about how this will turn out. Even if this man is responsible for Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the AOU mess really puts a question mark on whether he can do it.

anonymous asked:

Can you name every show and movie you can think of that has lesbians in it?

Oh goodness… I’m gonna name shows that has lesbians/bisexual(female) characters but not all have love interests or happy endings so beware: 

TV Shows that have ended or been cancelled:

  • Glee (1 lesbian and 1 bisexual, main characters, endgame)
  • Dracula (1 lesbian and 1 bisexual, main characters)
  • Person of Interest (1 bisexual character, Root’s sexuality is not mentioned but she is definitely not straight in canon) 
  • Warehouse 13 (1 bisexual guest star)
  • Defiance (2 bisexual characters, 1 main and the other is guest star)
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2 lesbian characters)
  • Bones (1 bisexual main)
  • Conviction (1 bisexual lead)
  • Emerald City (1 bisexual main)
  • Faking It (several LGBT characters)
  • House (1 bisexual main for a few seasons)

TV Shows in progress:

  • Pretty Little Liars (1 lesbian lead, 1 bisexual main and several lesbian/bisexual guest characters)
  • The Tunnel (1 bisexual lead, 1 lesbian/bisexual (I don’t remember) guest star) 
  • Supergirl (2 lesbian main characters)
  • How to Get Away with Murder (1 bisexual lead, 1 lesbian guest star)
  • Once Upon a Time (1 bisexual and 1 lesbian?guest stars - only 1 episode where their relationship is featured)
  • The L Word (basically everyone is lesbian or bisexual)
  • One Day at a Time (1 lesbian main)
  • The 100 (1 bisexual lead, 1 lesbian guest star and 1 definitely non straight guest star)
  • Arrow (1 bisexual and 1 lesbian guest star)
  • Legends of Tomorrow (1 bisexual lead and several non straight one episode characters)
  • Lucifer (1 bisexual main)
  • Orphan Black (1 bisexual lead, 1 lesbian lead, 1 bisexual guest)
  • Orange is the new Black (several LGBT characters)
  • Wynonna Earp (1 lesbian and 1 bisexual? (I’m not caught up, idk if Waverly is a lesbian or bi) main characters)
  • Lost Girl (1 bisexual lead, 1 lesbian main, 1 bisexual main)
  • Grey’s Anatomy (several lesbian and bisexual characters, 1 bisexual main for several seasons and 1 lesbian character that is a main)
  • You Me Her (2 bisexual lead characters, polyamorous relationship)
  • The Walking Dead (1 lesbian main)
  • Imposters (1 lesbian main, and 1 unconfirmed bisexual lead (it’s complicated and I’m not sure))
  • The Librarians (1 bisexual main)
  • The Good Place (1 bisexual lead)
  • The Handmaid’s Tale (2 lesbian main characters)
  • Jessica Jones (1 lesbian main character)


  • DEBS
  • Imagine You & Me
  • Power Rangers
  • Carol
  • But I’m a Cheerleader
  • Jennifer’s Body
  • Rent
  • Ghostbusters (not confirmed on screen but pretty implied and the character was written as a lesbian)

anonymous asked:

hii i saw your tags on the post about Joss Whedon taking over Justice league. I know a lot of people don't like him but I don't get why?

Without going into essay-length discussion of it, I think it’s a two-pronged thing: one is that a lot of people just plain don’t enjoy his storytelling, like the way in which he makes movies/tv and the themes he incorporates (I think one of the main complaints is that he doesn’t have a real breadth of skill – he tends to repeat old tropes and character archetypes a lot – and I think that complaint is 100% valid). Still, that’s aesthetic; the much more widespread reason is that Joss Whedon has not got a great record when it comes to social justice, despite being hailed as a giant feminist icon. 

Which, in the 1990s, the work he was doing with Buffy the Vampire Slayer I think genuinely was pretty feminist for television, at the time (and at first – in later seasons that was less the case). But culture moved forward, and Joss sort of froze where he was. His behavior toward Charisma Carpenter, who got pregnant during the filming of Angel, has been the subject of a lot of controversy (he wrote a really ugly episode about pregnancy and then killed her off) and since Buffy his treatment of women in his work has just kind of sledded downhill. Most recently, his spec Wonder Woman script was leaked and it’s pretty unpleasant; all about how Wonder Woman isn’t human because she’s invulnerable, and how she needs to be humbled, I guess? I haven’t read it. 

I watched Buffy and enjoyed the earlier seasons; I watched some of Angel but it got dull. I tried watching Firefly, gave up because I thought it was kind of appalling, and stopped watching media Joss made after that (I found the idea of Dollhouse super offputting). I went back several years later to rewatch Firefly with the hope that I’d been too immature to understand it, or that the out-of-order episode airing had impacted my viewing, but I ended up understanding better than ever why I disliked it. (I wrote an essay about it here if you want more meat on why.)

Imagine the man who wrote a space western and could only conceive of the Native Americans within that story as a ravaging, sub-human race whose sole emotion was rage – and now imagine how he’s going to look at an Aquaman played by a person of color. Imagine a man who was so enraged that one of his actors got pregnant that he killed off her character after writing an entire episode about how horrifying pregnancy was – imagine the man who wrote Natasha’s story in Age of Ultron, for that matter – and now imagine how he’s going to control the future of Wonder Woman. (I’m aware that Justice League is mostly in post, but he’s still going to be writing and shooting additional scenes. And if he’s in on it now, there’s no guarantee he won’t be asked to step in more permanently.)

I think the upshot is that Joss Whedon tends to poison things he touches in ways so insidious that he gets acclaimed for doing it. And that couldn’t stay unnoticed forever. 

Announcement For Everyone - A PSA about witches

Witches are not fairytale creatures.
Witches are not only in TV and movies.
Witches are real.
Witchcraft is real.
Witchcraft is not like Hollywood special effects.
Witchcraft is not a religion.
Witchcraft is a practice.
Witches come in all genders.
Witches come in all races.
Witches come in all sexualities.
Not every witch is pagan.
Not every pagan is a witch.
Some witches follow abrahamic faiths.
Some witches are satanic.
Not every witch works with herbs.
Not every witch works with crystals.
Wiccan rede is not the same as Wiccan law, rede means advice and thus is a choice.
Some witches curse.
Some witches do not curse.
Some witches are disabled.
Some witches have a physical book of shadows.
Some witches have an online book of shadows.
Some witches go by the books given to them.
Some witches make their own path.
Some witches are in covens.
Some witches are solitary.
Some witches grew up in a family of witches.
Some witches did not grow up in a family of witches.
Some witches are old.
Some witches are young.
Some witches are beginners.
Some witches are experienced.
Some witches don’t cast spells for free.
Some witches do cast spells for free.
Some witches practice secretly.
Some witches practice openly.
Some witches work with deities.
Some witches do not work with deities.
Some witches have altars.
Some witches don’t have altars.
Some witches talk about their practice.
Some witches don’t talk about their practice.

However all witches have witchcraft in common and they all deserve respect. We may be different but we stand together.

Alpha-type Lead Male Characters who are canonically attracted to powerful badass boss women and are supportive of them instead of being threatened:

Steve Rogers
Scott McCall
Bellamy Blake
Marcus Kane
Prince Zuko
Derek Hale
Luke Cage
Finn (Star Wars)
Seeley Booth 
Ichabod Crane
Spike / William The Bloody
Fitzwilliam Darcy
Logan Echolls
Mamoru Chiba

ID #56353

Name: Eira
Age: 17
Country: Sweden

Hi there potential pen pal! Although being quite introvert, I’d love to make new friends, especially with people from other places in the world.

I study classical music, and when I’m not practicing, I enjoy reading, and (lets be honest) binge watching my favorite shows on Netflix. I’m a fan of most things fantasy (Harry Potter being my favorite book series since childhood), but I’m not too picky - a good is a good book regardless the genre. My favorite TV-series are Doctor Who and Once Upon A Time, and I’m currently watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer. My favorite movies are pretty much any Studio Ghibli movie.

Although studying classical music, I’m open to most genres, like jazz and musicals - my favorites being Wicked, Sound of Music and Dear Evan Hansen.

I’m fine with most forms of communication, be it social media, email, Skype, or snail mail!

Hope to hear from you! :)

Preferences: Around my age, so around 15-20

all ur faves are rromani

(okay maybe not all, but some of them are!)

Fictional Faves

  • Dick Grayson/Robin I/Nightwing/(sometimes)Batman (DC Comics)
  • Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)
  • Pietro Maximoff/Quicksilver (Marvel Comics)
  • Victor Von Doom/Doctor Doom (Marvel Comics)
  • Zatanna Zatara (DC Comics)
  • Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)
  • Quasimodo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • Esmeralda (The Huckback of Notre Dame, but only in the Disney movie)
  • Javert (Les Miserables)
  • Jenny Calendar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Noa (Fullmetal Alchemist)
  • Setsuna Meioh/Sailor Pluto (Sailor Moon)
  • The Shelby family (Peaky Blinders)

IRL Faves: 

  • Robert Plant
  • Denny Laine
  • Cher Lloyd
  • Ronnie Wood
  • Charlie Chaplin
  • Michael Caine
  • Elvis Presley
  • Mother Teresa
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Django Reinhardt
  • Rita Hayworth

@ Rrumblr, feel free to add to the list