creative kings

I made this right after I saw that tweet yesterday lmao

im not here to make friends, which is good because historically my friends are all idiots
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Fashion Icon of Oslo- aka Tarjei Sandvik Moe- gives Henrik Holm some tips just in time for Fashion Week

Red Queen Just Desserts

Farley: I’m the smartest, most skilled warrior there is.                

Cameron: Is your hand stuck in the vending machine?                

Farley: I paid for my Snickers, I’m getting my Snickers.     

insp        

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birthday edit: red queen series  → shade barrow

another would think shade barrow was warm, open, always laughing. but there’s a chill beneath all that. an iron cold.

happy birthday, @shcdebarrow

2017′s “It” Understands the Key to Good Horror

If you follow me for my reviews, then you know that I tend to specialize in animated films, usually family affairs. It often shocks people, then, that I’m actually a fan of horror too. There is something particularly enthralling about a good horror film. The problem is, it’s hard to find good horror! However, once the teaser dropped for the new It, my fancy was immediately tickled.

I watched the mini-series in junior high, and growing up I realized that it had a lot of problems. For sure, Tim Curry as Pennywise stuck in my memory, but on the whole it fell flat. In an age of remakes that most find unnecessary, It actually needed a remake to help fix the problems it had. Now that director Andy Muschietti has had his turn with the story, let’s see how he did.

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