i spit on your grave*

Flynn has no reason to trust ANYONE now.  He was right there - ready to finally, finally avenge his family and rid history of the cancer that is Rittenhouse.  But he chose to trust Lucy, agreed to try it her way.  All that remained was to go home, to bring his wife and daughter back.  Bring Amy back.  

Yet here he is, betrayed by someone he thought he could trust, right at the moment he’d been waiting for for so long.  Can you imagine how crushing that must be?  He’ll never get to see his wife and daughter, and Rittenhouse still remains.  And the worst part is that Agent Christopher used and abused the trust and silent understanding that Lucy and Flynn had - not caring about the consequences or how it might damage their relationship.  Not caring that he was going to destroy the mothership afterward.  She’s more than happy to let Mason strut free, but Flynn gets locked away?  No wonder he’s such a cynical merciless wrecking ball.  

Well good job, big brother.  You fucking locked up the one man who’s willing to do what it takes to eradicate Rittenhouse, brick by brick, individual by individual.  And now, thanks to you, a traitor has the mothership and you don’t even know it.  And when you come crawling to him, begging for his help, I hope he tells each of you to fuck yourselves.  

I just pray that he and Lucy can find a way to trust each other again, because she had no idea she was the bait.  I believe she genuinely feels terrible for what’s happened to him.  I don’t know how much loss and betrayal one man can take before he lets the pain and rage completely consume him…There was a good man inside Garcia Flynn.  It’d be a miracle if he survives this.

Aesthetically Pleasing Movies

Stills from the movies here

  • All That Jazz (1979)
  • All Things Fair (1995)
  • American Mary (2012)
  • An American Rhapsody (2001)
  • Big Fish (2013)
  • Bilitis (1972)
  • Black Swan (2010)
  • Candy (2006)
  • Can’t buy Me Love (1987)
  • Day for night (1973)
  • Diary of a Lost Girl (1929)
  • Disturbing Behavior (1989)
  • Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
  • Edward Scissorhands (1990)
  • Endless Love (1981)
  • Endless Love (2014)
  • God Help the Girl (2014)
  • Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1955)
  • I Spit on Your Grave (1978)
  • It’s Kind of a Funny Story (2011)
  • Joanna (2015)
  • Kill Your Darling (2013)
  • La Piscine (1969)
  • Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (1964)
  • Lolita (1999)
  • Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
  • Morgiana (1972)
  • Pretty in Pink (1987)
  • Progressifs Du Plaisir (1974)
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Rentaneko (2012)
  • Ruby Sparks (2012)
  • Submarine (2011)
  • Summer With Monika (1953)
  • The Breakfast Club (1985)
  • The Road Within (2014)
  • The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
  • The Virgin Suicides (1990)
  • What’s New Pussycat (1965)
  • Wild Things (1998)
  • À Nos Amours (1983)

Did you know that February is Women in Horror month? It’s something I’m super passionate about and a really good opportunity to open up dialogue about gender inequality in the film industry, and in the horror genre in particular. I’ve had some first-hand experience with this while exhibiting as a horror artist at conventions so it’s something I like to talk about. In honour of this month I thought I’d share a few of my favourite horror films that tip the scales a bit!

Ginger Snaps (dir. John Fawcett, 2000)
Had to start with one of my favourite movies of all time. A brilliant spin on the classic werewolf story, brooding high school student Ginger gets attacked by a wolf and starts to notice a change in her body that everyone chalks up to her newly budding menstrual cycle. Sister Brigitte knows the terrifying truth, and soon others begin to suspect it once Ginger’s “hunger” for her male classmates reaches some gruesome levels.

American Mary (dir. Jen and Sylvia Soska, 2012)
Directed by Canadian duo Jen and Sylvia Soska and starring Ginger Snaps’ Katharine Isabelle, this more recent release follows Mary, a medical student who drops out after being raped a professor at a party and gets a name for herself by doing some unconventional surgical and body mod jobs. She soon realizes her skills are also a practical tool to get revenge on those who have wronged her. Really fun watch and super refreshing take on the classic revenge films!

À l'intérieur (Inside) (dir. Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, 2007)
A super dark, minimalist French horror flick about a pregnant woman who is terrorized in her home by a mysterious woman who, for unknown reasons, wants her unborn child. A really interesting twist on the idea of woman as the caring mother figure.

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (dir. Chan-wook Park, 2005)
I watched this for the first time recently and completely fell in love. Definitely my favourite of Chan-wook Park’s Revenge Trilogy, it follows Geum-ja Lee, a woman who was falsely imprisoned for a terrible crime and upon her release seeks vengeance on the man who put her there. Beautifully shot with a fantastic female-heavy cast.

The Woman (dir. Lucky McKee, 2011)
One of my favourite indie horror films (that I was lucky enough to design a licensed shirt for, pictured above - thanks Atomic Cotton!). A father and son trap a feral woman they come across in the woods and attempt to “civilize” her - the key word being attempt. Great performances by a variety of female characters in this but definite star is Pollyanna McIntosh as the titular “Woman”. McKee also directed May (2002), about a girl who, obsessed with the idea of a perfect body, creates her own Frankenstein monster-esque lover. Watch both.

Near Dark (dir. Kathryn Bigelow, 1987)
One of my favourite vampire films, EVER. This was Bigelow’s solo directorial debut and from what I’ve read she had to deal with quite a bit of gender bias after being brought onto the project. I for one am glad she stuck it out!

Ôdishon (Audition) (dir. Takashi Miike, 1999)
This one goes out to all the ladies that have dreamt of getting payback on that date who never called back. Definitely one for fans of slow burn horror; don’t expect much excitement until the end, but it is so worth it. I cringed. A lot.

Aesthetically pleasing movies to watch

Drugstore Cowboy (1989)

All Things Fair (1995)

Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

What’s New Pussycat (1965)

Wild Things (1998)

The Road Within (2014)

À Nos Amours (1983) 

Black Swan (2010) 

The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (1964)

Lolita (1999)

Endless Love (1981)

Joanna (2015)

Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1955)

Ruby Sparks (2012)

Bilitis (1972)

The Breakfast Club (1985)

Candy (2006)

It’s Kind of a Funny Story (2011)

Submarine (2011)

Kill Your Darling (2013)

An American Rhapsody (2001)

Progressifs Du Plaisir (1974)

God Help the Girl (2014)

Morgiana (1972)

American Mary (2012)

Pretty in Pink (1987)

All That Jazz (1979)

I Spit on Your Grave (1978)

Summer With Monika (1953)

Big Fish (2013)

Endless Love (2014)

Diary of a Lost Girl (1929)

Rentaneko (2012)

Can’t buy Me Love (1987)

Day for night (1973)

La Piscine (1969)

Disturbing Behavior (1989)

Virgin Suicides

Pulp Fiction

Edward Scissorhands

fullmetalavatar  asked:

First thing I really love the theme song. Happy your using one again. Is there a place that I can download the full song or buy it? And in the opening credits 2013, what episode is it that you're being chaste by two women?

Julien did a great job on it, I wish I started using it a lot sooner than I did.  When I switched over to YouTube, I dropped theme songs when I thought my videos would begin getting flagged for them.  This was when original songs were also getting flagged. 

You can hear the full version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGp3hQKxRCM

Also the episode you’re talking about is from the I Spit on Your Grave review.