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NIGHT IN THE WOODS


okay, first off, WOW. this game was amazing. Between the art style, the dialogue, the plot, and the overall message of the game I was completely entranced. I watched Jacksepticeye play it all the way through, and bought the game myself because of it.

The game took on an age group many don’t take the time to look at (newly adulted adults), addressed major issues like depression, disassociation, anger management, the death of a small town, the weights of the past, the fear of becoming someone you’re not while still growing up, and the fear of the future all woven into a brilliant game that keeps the players attention and immerses you into the universe. Wow. Just… Wow.

I connect so much to these characters, I love them so much. Thank you for making this game. It’s a brilliant job. Just… if you have a bit, go play. Just go play.

“First, I wanted to be a baseball player. And I was really good until I was maybe 12, then I started striking out all the time, the other kids were better [laughs]. Then I watched Top Gun so I wanted to be a pilot. It took me a while before I came to actor, I had to go through that unsure teenage insecurity, thick glasses and really bad acne and total self-doubt. It was college when I found my way to the drama department.”

Dating Spencer Reid Would Include:

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- missing him when he leaves for cases

- “Spence, please come home safe.”

-”Don’t I always?”

-tackling him in a huge hug when he comes through the door

-constantly reminding him that he is worth it and he deserves you 

-him reminding you that you are beautiful and that you’re smart enough for him and that he loves you

- him loving every little thing about you; the way you tuck your hair behind your ear, the way you furrow your eyebrows when you get frustrated or worried.

- you loving the way he squints his eyes when he tries to figure something out 

-loving all of his hairstyles

-getting him hooked on all the shows you watch, like Eyewitness and The 100 and then him watching them on the plane ride home from cases and then texting you practically crying when his favorite character dies

-helping each other when you’re going through a tough time

- your first “I love you” to each other is so sweet and precious

- the team feeling a little bit skeptical about you at first because they want to make sure you’re right for Spence, but they end up loving you like you’re apart of the team

-feeling helpless and worried when Penelope calls you saying, ‘Spencer got hurt’ and you can do anything because you’re half way across the country.

-waiting like 6 years to get married and having some beautiful children

-girls name: Katherine Lydia Reid

-boys name: Lukas Finn Reid

anonymous asked:

random question but do you have a FAVORITE gay-themed movie? and can you recommend some good ones? sorry i know it's a weird question

oh darling i’m a complete film geek so it’s not a weird question at all  :)

if i had to pick one favourite then it would definitely be Weekend. it’s so brutally honest, both in the way it’s shot and in it’s directing and acting. and also, when i was watching it for the first time (with headphones on) i had to hold a pillow in front of my face because i felt like i was watching two people through a key hole and i felt like i was intruding on their private life. if a film makes you feel like that then you know it’s good.

as for the recommendation bit i have to say that there are a lot of absolutely terrible LGBTQ films out there, full of clichés and “for-effect” plots. but here are some “gay themed” films that i would actually recommend watching:

and yes, i’ve intentionally picked films that involves younger people, since i think that speaks to tumblr more. and i would urge you not to be discouraged by the fact that ½ of these are not in english. i can tell you that if you’ve chosen not to watch films in the past just because they’re not in english then you’ve missed out on a glorious slice of life, trust me.

cybergoo  asked:

hi! sorry if this has been asked before, i couldn't find anything in your faq tag lol ^^;; but i was wondering what /exactly/ did you do when you worked on chowder. did you just watch over everyone and make sure everything was running smoothly or what? thanks for taking the time to answer this question, love your art! 💟

As an executive producer, everything gets filtered through me. On Chowder I oversaw all the aspects of production, including the writing, boarding, design, recording, & post production. I was in charge of shaping the stories. I did a lot of revisions on the boards, reworking scenes. I gave notes on character designs. The first season was especially taxing. But that was so I could make sure the show turned out the way I wanted it to be.

I do the same stuff on Harvey Beaks, but I can delegate a lot more because we have a bigger staff. It helps relieve a lot of the pressure.

My role is to have a vision for the show and keep all the departments moving in the correct direction towards that vision. It involves a lot of communication and quick problem solving. Then I hope and pray it all comes together the way i envisioned it. 

Then I get to watch as the network does absolutely nothing with all that hard work. Oh Joy! Still it’s a cool (if not heartbreaking) job.

Also I’ve talked to @bloody-bee-tea about this but

Rhodey

Rhodey being able to calm Tony down from a panic attack by holding him close and putting his hand on the ARC, pressing down on it lightly, assuring Tony with words and with this gesture that the ARC’s still here, that Tony is okay, no one will hurt him

The team watching this once and they’re all like “Oh, what an effective way to help Tony through this” 

But the first time someone tries it, it sends Tony into an even worse panic attack

Imagine Rhodey bursting in and pushing aside whoever dared to touch Tony, gathering him close and soothing him and it takes longer than normally, but eventually Tony calms and curls into Rhodey’s protective embrace, feeling safe and warm

Afterwards, Rhodey explains in a deadly-calm voice that he is the only one allowed to touch the ARC

That only he can calm Tony down like this

and no one else

16 Days of Outlander - Day #1 Sassenach

So excited to have an excuse to rewatch Season 1 all the way through (I realized that I’ve watched the first eight episodes way more times than the second eight, despite the fact that I only watched the first eight for the first time the day before the second half of Season 1 started airing). 

Fair warning: I’ve been trying my hand at screen caps to go with the posts for this 16 Days of Outlander. 

Anyway, onto my favorites for 01x01 Sassenach.

Favorite performance: Caitriona Balfe. From the beginning of the episode through the end, she has so much to do to carry and establish the story and not just for the episode, but for the series. What gets me every time is the scene below when she learns the war is over. Everyone else is celebrating and while I wouldn’t say she’s disappointed - she’s far too compassionate for that - she does immediately look lost. Having just come from that horrible leg injury, there’s clearly still work to be done but when her friend tells her “it’s over” I can’t help feeling that there’s a little bit of Claire that feels like her usefulness is already slipping away. To convey such depth right off the bat in the episode floors me every time. 

Favorite Claire and Frank Moment: Jumping on the bed. There are little glimpses of the marriage Claire and Frank used to have (few and far between, though they may be) but those glimpses show enough of what they’re both trying/hoping so hard to recapture - namely the levity they felt before five years of war - that I can’t help loving this little moment. It’s clearly going to take work if they are going to have any chance of succeeding - I mean, immediately after getting into their room, Frank just takes out a book and starts reading. It shows a little better the balance/dynamic they once had. Claire helping Frank not to be too serious all the time; Frank helping rein in some of Claire’s wilder tendencies. It isn’t as great a balance as she will have with Jamie but it probably worked better for Claire and Frank before the war changed them so much as individuals.

Favorite Location: Reverend Wakefield’s library/study. I mean just look at it! That fireplace, that window, how open and light it is. I would love to have a room like that to work and play in - it’s got plenty of room for both. Totally personal taste on my part but just… love it, want it, don’t care that we hardly spend any time there this episode (and can’t wait till we get another look at it later).

Favorite Minor Character: Mrs. Graham. In working on my Jamie through the stones fic, I’ve gotten very attached to Mrs. Graham as a character. I also love Claire’s surprise when she realizes that Mrs. Graham is one of the “druids” dancing at Craigh na Dun. She’s just one of those characters I really wish we could have more time with in the series as a whole. 

Favorite Scene, Favorite Book-to-Screen Adaptation Moment: Frank’s encounter with Jamie’s ghost. One scene, two favorites. This is the scene I go back to and rewatch over and over and over. The lighting, the perspective, the sound mixing/editing… I just love everything about this scene. And it’s a scene I’ve enjoyed analyzing so much in the book. That you can see Frank watching Jamie watching Claire: Frank’s attention on Jamie and the fact that he is watching his [Frank’s] wife; Jamie’s complete absorption in watching Claire fighting with the curls he loves to much. The haunting way he just vanishes when Frank turns and the lightning illuminating Frank briefly before all the power in the square goes out just emphasizes the significance of that moment so subtly and so well.

Favorite Costume: Claire’s night gown. I’m not a huge fan of the 1940′s costumes - I find the 18th century costumes more impressive but we don’t see too many of them this episode. This costume is also one of the most “traditionally” feminine costumes Claire wears. A lot of her 1940′s dresses have sleek lines but this flows and billows. 

Favorite Music Moment: Claire gets shot at (Fallen Through Time on Volume 1 of the Outlander Soundtrack). I am addicted to television and film scores and the music for Outlander is definitely up there on my list of all time favorites (seriously, at least a third of my iPod is instrumentals from soundtracks - about 2 days worth of music). The transition in this scene as Claire stumbles around the woods trying to figure out what just happened to being shot at by the Red Coats is perfected by the shift in the music from quiet and innocuous to loud and raucous (courtesy of some amazing bagpipes and drums/bodhran). 

Favorite Jamie and Claire Moment: Cocknammon Rock. It’s after they’ve been riding for a while - Claire has already fixed his shoulder which has earned her a few points with Jamie - and when she mentions the Red Coats’ preference for Cocknammon Rock as an ambush point, Jamie doesn’t hesitate to believe and trust her word. He alerts Dougal immediately and when Dougal basically asks, “are you sure?” Jamie takes one look and Claire and asserts, “yeah, he’s sure.” Then Dougal gives the order and Jamie promptly dumps Claire off the horse and breaks free of the belt she used to bind his arm to his side. 

Favorite Line, Favorite “This wasn’t in the book” Part: “On your horse soldier.” Another two-fer. I love this line that wasn’t in the book, so much so, it’s my favorite in the episode. Seeing Claire in action at the beginning of the episode when the war ended balances nicely with this line (and scene of her healing in action) at the end. They’re scenes when her mask/facade drops completely - no polite smiles or wary/guarded looks, just Claire at her most competent. The scene passes from Claire cursing at Jamie in frustration through the more somber and serious hint from Jamie about just how dangerous BJR is and ending it with this more light-hearted, mildly affectionate, but respectful note adds to the understanding that has begun to develop between Jamie and Claire. 

Favorite Performance Honorable Mention: Sam Heughan. Claire may not be consciously aware of Jamie’s feelings for her for a while but his falling for her occurs hard and fast - both on the page and on the screen. The ability to capture in that one glance what I tend to think of as Jamie’s enlightenment about his feelings, could not have been easy but there it is, broadcast for all to see. Jamie is entirely hers in that single moment by the roadside as she curses him for being too stubborn to admit he was hurt and needed help (basically, Jamie in a nutshell). 

Imagine Sam & Dean scaring you during a movie.

Request: Hi can I request a sisfic? The sis watches a horror movie alone on the sofa and when it gets really scary and she’s very concentrated on the movie her brothers scare the sh*t out of her (like jumping from behind the sofa?) Makes that all sense?thx😅

A/N: In order to this one justice I made this into an imagine. If I did a one-shot I think it would have ruined it. I also based this off something that happened to me the first time I watched this movie.

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Sam and Dean were off on a hunt and they left you at Bobby’s house. The first few days you were upset that they left you and you spent all your time practicing your shooting. But after more then a week of them being gone you let yourself relax and enjoy the break. You had begun a horror movie marathon and right now you were half way through The Descent. You were nestled into Bobby’s couch; you were cuddled up with blankets and enough snacks to feed a small army.

Now The Descent wasn’t necessarily scaring you, but you were more tense then you usually were during horror films. You were shoving popcorn into your mouth, intently watching the movie when all of a sudden the front door of Bobby’s house started violently shaking. You screamed, jumped, and accidentally tossed your popcorn up in the air. The front door then opened revealing Sam and Dean, who were laughing hysterically.

“Oh man Y/N,” Dean said while wiping tears from his eyes, “You should have seen your face!” He plopped down next to you and grabbed the remaining popcorn from your hand.

“Jeeze Y/N, after being a hunter since birth you figure you’d be able to put up with a little scare tactic.” Sam jokingly said while sitting down on the other side of you.

“You guys…are jerks!”

One batch, two batch. Penny and dime, you know. It was her favorite book. You know, you…you gotta cross the ocean…and go fight. You see…whole time you’re thinking you’re gonna be scared, right? But then, you’re not. See, that part of it was always easy for me. Killing. Even watching my buddies die, it just…it didn’t mean nothing. The first time I got scared was on a plane on the way home. I kept thinking God was gonna pull the rug out from under us, you know? Shit, that’s his kind of funny, you know? But the plane landed safe and we were home. Driving through traffic. Yeah, you pass fast food and donut shops and all that…that greasy shit. It’s the shit you fought to protect and then the car stops. We were outside her school. I get to her classroom, right? She’s in there, but she’s got no idea. She’s got no idea that Daddy’s home. I walk in, these kids, they’re not even studying, they’re doing some kind of yoga. Yeah. You know? She’s there. She’s doing her poses, you know. She’s bending, and, you know, she’s moving. She looks like a flower. Yeah. And you  know you can’t even understand it, you know, how does something like that have…How does something that beautiful…How does that…does that come from me, you know? And she looks up and she sees me. I see her. By God, that’s real. That’s real, Red. Boom. In an instant she’s across that classroom floor, she’s in my arms. She’s squeezing me so tight, I swear I was gonna bust a rib, you know? We just stayed there like that, we’re holding each other. Teacher, she’s filming the whole thing on her phone, you know, she’s gonna put it on YouTube or some shit. She can’t hold the thing steady because, you know, she’s…she’s bawling so hard, and the kids are all wailing, you know, they’re screaming. And me? Shit, I’m the worst of all. I’m a…I’m a rubber-face clown, you know. I cried so hard. But not my baby. Not my girl. You know, she’s my girl. She’s…She’s not crying, she’s holding me up. My girl, she’s keeping me on my feet. She says, “I knew it, Daddy. I knew it.” And then we go home. Wife, the boy. Place is the exact same. It’s like it’s just holding its breath waiting for me to get back, you know? Then it hit me. All of it, you know. The first time I felt how tired I was, you know, I was just…tired, you know? You…you ever been tired, Red? So you know. It’s just, I couldn’t do nothing, you know? All the things…I couldn’t take my wife to bed. Ball with the boy, Shit…I was too tired. I couldn’t even drink a goddamn beer, you know. But not her. My girl was up. See, she wanted me to, uh…she wanted me to tuck her in. She…She outgrew it, she knew it but she didn’t care. She wanted it. She had that book. Her favorite book was out on her pillows. One Batch, Two Batch…Penny and Dime. Yeah. I read her that book every night before this shit. I read it every single night, but, see, that was over now because Daddy’s home now. She looked at me and she begged me, Red. She begged. She begged. I said, “No. Daddy’s too tired, see. But I’ll…I’ll read it to you tomorrow night. I’ll read to you tomorrow night, I promise.” Yeah. Never think that…for her there was not gonna be any tomorrow, see. The last time I’d see her, I’d be holding her lifeless body in my arms. Meat was spilling out of her, Red. The place where her face used to be. Yeah. I think I’m done…Red. I think I’m done.
—  Frank Castle in “Penny and Dime”
I would like to point out something, in particular, about the sentiment in this scene that might make you appreciate it, even more...

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^^Video cred to @riarklematthews, on Instagram. 🎥 ❤️

Okay - so I just watched this scene, once again, but this time, on Disney Channel via my TV set. Fortunately, I got much clearer picture and sound quality than when I watched clips on Instagram, Tumblr, or Youtube.

Before watching GM GLONY on TV, it was really hard to tell if Farkle was actually crying, though we knew he was through the info given out by people who went to the taping. He is, in fact, holding back tears.

First of all, let me just say that I am absolutely thrilled that Disney found a way to cover the Holocaust. This was a very serious time in world history and Corey did such an amazing job as Farkle, conveying the shock, sadness, and grief that one would experience when learning something as tragic as your ancestors being wiped out by Nazis. I hope this episode inspired its viewers to not only read up about their own history, but also about the Holocaust and, in Zay’s family’s case, slavery.

Of course, in response to this new information that Farkle learned about his family, Riley comforted him with a hug - but I want to break down this scene for you because, as some of you may know, I study Psychology at the graduate level and I work as a counselor, currently. Part of being a counselor is being very observant of body language and interpreting it.

In the case of this scene, I’d like you to notice Farkle’s emotional expression when he says the line, “…My whole family…”

Farkle is choked up. He could not even finish the last syllable of the word “Family”. He is trying to keep it together as he is certainly not comfortable being emotional around his friends, as evidenced by the fact that he avoided the subject for half of the episode. However, if you look closely, you can see tears forming in his eyes.

As soon as he gets himself together, after voicing his mutual sympathy to Zay, he goes on to talk about the Christian Rescuers saving his great-grandfather. This was the first moment, after becoming emotional, that he turns his head to Riley…

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It took Riley literally two seconds to realize that Farkle could really use a hug.

What’s interesting about this is that she did not hug Farkle until he looked her way.

Why is this interesting, you ask?

Because the moment he looked her way, they made eye contact.

Farkle still had tears in his eyes, Riley saw them, and her immediate response was to comfort him with a hug.

It was exactly what he needed.

This may seem like something pretty small, but as someone who studied human behavior and emotions, this is huge.

It means Riley loves Farkle so much, she does not like to see him cry.

This love could be labeled as platonic, right now, but it is the selfless kind of love where you are in-tune with another person’s emotions and what they need to feel better that could potentially blossom into a beautiful, romantic relationship, down the line.

Because of this small, but significant observation, this scene speaks to me in a much sweeter way, than before. ❤️️♠️

BTS reaction: their s/o’s character having a horrible death at the end of a series

Omg noooo… I hate when that happens. But this was fun to write so thank you for requesting xx


Jin: He’d be so excited when he sat down to watch the movie for the first time. He was insanely proud of you. He was in awe through the entire movie, being fascinated by how you well you portrayed your character, even though the two of you weren’t very alike. He’d almost forget how to breathe during the last half hour. And he’d not even blink when your character died. He’d be sort of in shock, and he’d hear your screaming all the way home. But when he got back home, he’d start preparing dinner for when you got home to celebrate your success. 

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Suga: When he saw your character shot to death while tied to a chair, he’d just stare at the screen. Then he’d look over at you, as if to assure himself that you were actually still there. Of course he knew you were, but it was just a reflex. He’d be so impressed that you were so good at acting, and he’d give you one of his gummy smiles to show you how proud he was. 

“I’m glad you’re not actually involved in any gang fights, jagi.”

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J-Hope: He’d be so proud of you, and he’d definitely brag about his jagi to everyone who would listen. From the trailers, this movie seemed to be one of the best ones. He was so excited to watch it at the premiere and would be so into the movie. When the moment of your death came, he’d look horrified and hold your hand pretty tight. Afterwards, he’d start fake crying.

“Why would you do this to me, jagii?” But he’d hug you and smile right afterwards, because he knows that it’s just a movie, and he’s so impressed by your talent.

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Rap Monster: He knew that this was the last movie in the franchise, so he was a bit cautious. He was pretty sure it would have a happy ending, but you never knew, right? And he knew you were very good at acting, so he didn’t really want to see your character die. He wasn’t really surprised by the death, though. What did surprise him, was how sad and violent it was. Just like Jin, he’d be hearing your screams of “agony” all the way home. He’d still be proud of you tho, you were incredibly talented.

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Jimin: He’d overreact. Partly because he wanted to lighten up the mood a bit, partly because it actually upset him to see you like that, even though he knew it wasn’t real. He’d be clinging to you when you got home, and you would just laugh at how ridiculous he was. But then he’d tell you how amazing he thought you was and take you out for dinner at a not too fancy restaurant, but still not bad, to celebrate the success he was sure the movie would be.

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V: So, at the cinema he’d be pretty calm about it, just telling you how amazing you were. But once you got home, he’d be on the floor, fake crying really hard and exaggerating it to the point where it was just ridiculous. He’d tell you how he was going to find the person who killed you and get revenge. But then he’d just start laughing at himself and hug you before ordering a pizza.

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Jungkook: He’d be such a fanboy omg. I think he’d be the member to actually find your death scene pretty cool. Of course he didn’t like seeing you like that, but he’d find it so amazing that you were so good at acting. He’d be all over the place. I think he would take you out for ice cream or something before the two of you got back home, and he’d probably tweet to tell his fans that they needed to watch the movie because it’s amazing.

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one of my absolute fave gifs of him and i’m so happy i could finally use it

the owari no seraph musical pamphlet included a q&a with all the cast members - i’ve translated kento’s, who plays guren.

Q1. Owari no Seraph has expanded in various ways, like an anime and a manga. Tell us your impressions from when you read or saw it for the first time.
A1. I’m not good at watching anime or reading manga, but I instantly got into this series. I think since it’s so realistic. The setting and the world that are made up are exactly like the places we live in now, it invokes empathy when you read through it!

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so idk wtf exactly is going on in that mural in terms of symbolism, at this point, maybe something to do with the breach of the veil (seven magisters entered the golden city, seven…shell thingies are arrayed outside the center circle), but the whole red peacock feather symbolism thing is definitely associated with Tevinter and the blight (that second cap is from the DA:O intro when it’s discussing the birth of the darkspawn).

Also, interestingly, Dorian Pavus = first Tevinter character from the magisterium, Pavus = Peacock.  Might be hinting at Dorian being a descendant of one of the originals, or just hinting in general.  but i hadn’t watched the DA:O intro all the way through in a long time and the peacock feathers in the mural had been driving me nuts because I couldn’t figure out what they were.  WELL, now we know.

25 years ago my mother took me to my first movie, the animated Beauty and the Beast.

Tonight, 25 years later, we got to watch the live action film together. :)

She sobbed all the way through it and held my hand a lot. It was sweet to see how she reacted and no doubt the memories it stirred in seeing this with me. Although I was barely a year old, it definitely had an impact on me and it was great having some mother/daughter time.