The ideal way to experience Collage Diaries would be via visual novel style. Where you play as Iceland. And romance the girls. And do weird things with the clubs, teachers, and alumni. Family, friend, and romantic drama would ensue. Romancing Hong Kong would be a hidden route. Rated T for language.
No one asked for it, so no one’s getting it. Don’t take this seriously, it’s just a pitch. But in all seriousness, I do have a bunch of sprites and backgrounds I made myself.
The official movie website for Warner Brothers’ and Legendary’s Kong:
Skull Island is now live! Featuring the film’s epic first teaser poster
as the backdrop, the site currently offers two tabs - trailer and story,
which is a refresh of the film’s official plot synopsis.
We at Scified have extended this coverage and information on Kong:
Skull Island by launching our own fan website, which acts as an
information resource to fans passing by. Under a similar name, you can
visit our own KongSkullIsland-Movie.com
for a list of recent trailers, an outline of the film’s plot,
frequently asked questions and links to our Skull Island forum, gallery
and news blog! Our site also features a count down timer to when Skull
Island hits theaters!
Fans should also be aware that our fan site is not affiliated with the
official site, but acts to help extend the coverage already provided by
Warner Bros and Legendary as well as aid in growing hype for this
exciting next installment in the Legendary / Warner Bros Kaiju cinematic
Thankfully, twasn’t beauty that killed this exclusive first look at Kong: Skull Island, a sort-of-reboot of the classic King Kong monster franchise, with a long-term aim to square off the legendary oversized ape against Godzilla. Our first-look pic features Tom Hiddleston (in case you were wondering why a small portion of the internet just exploded) and Brie Larson, in the belly of a certain beast.
Hiddlestoners are well-served in this month’s issue of Empire. We kick off our shiny new Re.View section with a viewing guide to Ben Wheatley’s terrifyingly brilliant High-Rise, including quotes from the director himself, and a shot of Tom Hiddleston almost entirely Hiddlestark-naked.
This Japanese poster was made to promote the Hong Kong movie Xin Mo, aka The Bedeviled, aka Sam moh, a horror flick starring Taiwanese actor Chun Hsiung Ko and Japanese actress Reiko Ike…It premiered in Japan today in 1975.