It was a clear morning. Fareeha, captain of the Giza city guard, walked the wall. The rocky plains stretched almost as far as she could see, giving way to green just before slipping beneath the horizon. She breathed deeply, thankful as always for these quiet, warm mornings. The life of captain was one she fully enjoyed, happily serving her city, but she relished any time she got to herself. Between her own training, training the guards, and coordinating with the local Overwatch office, free moments were few and far between.
Ever since I first saw this film I have been obsessed with it. I even read the book. It’s an annual watch for me in October.
Evil Dead (1981)
When I first really got into horror films I blindly bought this movie at Circuit City, I was like 7 too. I remember loving every second of it and I still do, even if it feels a lot cheesier than it used to be.
After watching both seasons and the Halloween special of the Scream TV series, I decided to watch the movie that started it all. I’m pretty sure Scream is one of my most watched horror films, up there with john Carpenter’s Halloween and Halloween II. It’s such a great film.
Sleepaway Camp (1983)
It sucks that when I originally watched this film I already knew the ending of it. It’s such a great camp slasher film with really cool inventive kills. If you haven’t seen it, watch it, especially if you somehow don’t know the ending.
the dead boy on a cold ancient night drinking sugar free monster energy at a circuit city parking lot meditating on ex-girlfriends, Huey Lewis and The News blasting on a portable battery operated radio that was stolen from a drunken hobo puking in front of a Dollar Tree, this is my teenage paranoia cathedral, pissing on Seth Meyers face on the cover of Time Magazine and funding robotic male masturbation machines on Kickstarter with my grandmas credit card, my dick shuddering and trembling with happiness, remembering—