miller witch

[Witch Boy AU] Credence Barebone



There was no denying that the boy was strange.
Dressed in black from head to toe, weird tattoos covering his arms, his nose always stuck in his books.
He rarely spoke to anyone - except to his cat when he wasn’t simply mumbling to himself.
Nobody really knew him, or knew about that tall, mysterious man who suddenly appeared in the neighboorhood.




I got inspired a lot by @dakotaliar‘s wondeful drawing of Credence for this aesthetic <3 I just love how she drew him ! I kept the original concept but added the ‘witch boy’ concept because I really like the idea.

Take a look at her work down here :D

http://dakotaliar.tumblr.com/post/153994938179/modern-au-where-credence-is-a-strange-quiet-boy

witching hour

requested by: anon(s)

warnings: first time, smut, mommykink.

word count: 1,344

summary: Credence wakes up with a problem. You help him with it.

a/n: there will be a part two!
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12:00 AM

Credence was not very comfortable.

He had been rolling around involuntarily, wide awake. He didn’t have any idea what the pressure inbetween his legs was, but he didn’t really like it. He whined and looked over at you, swallowing harshly before gently tapping you on your shoulder, careful not to be too harsh. “Mommy..” He whispered, “M - Mommy, wake up.”

You stirred, making a sleep-deprived kind of noise, your hands coming up to your eyes to rub them. The moon’s light gleamed onto your face as you sat up, taking a deep breath, your eyelids slowly beginning to rise. “Hi, baby..” You whispered, rubbing his knee affectionately - not at all intimately, “What’s up?”

Credence whimpered and looked down at your hand. He didn’t even know what to say, his mother had never told him about what was going on, let alone anything about that.. thing down there. He simply crawled onto your lap and pressed himself against your stomach, his face immediately stuffing itself into your neck, “It hurts, Mommy..” He sobbed, “I - I don’t know why, a - and - I don’t know what to do..”

“Oh, baby..” You sighed, running your hands up and down his back, immediately knowing what was wrong as soon as you felt it, “Alright, it’s okay.. calm down, Credence. It happens. Okay? This is not abnormal at all, and I don’t want to make you feel bad about having it,” You quickly told him, “Do you know what sex is, baby? Hm?”

“S - Sex is..” Credence curled his toes and sniffed, shrugging, “It’s when.. people do things.. r - right? And it - um.. feels good?”

“Exactly,” You pulled back, cupping his jaw, “Did Queenie tell you anything about it?”

“She explained a bit of it..” He nodded, feeling a bit more comfortable now that you had accepted everything, “Is it okay? R - Really?”

“Of course, baby,” You said calmly, kissing his head, his eyes fluttering as you giggled against him, “Would you like some help?”

Credence perked up and felt his boxers tighten further, his hands twitching. “Will you?” He widened his eyes, “Please, Mommy?”

You nodded, bringing a hand down slowly to begin palming him, his hips immediately bucking harshly, “O - Oh!” He gasped, “I -!”

“Shh,” You interrupted, biting your lip. “I.. have been wanting to do this with you for a while,” You admitted to him, face heating up, “I’ll take care of you. Okay, baby?”

“Okay,” Credence breathed, hips twitching, “It’s so nice, Mommy.. it.. it feels so good..”

You noticed how everytime you would squeeze or rub him through his boxers his jaw would drop a fraction of an inch, and you admired it - the sheer look of pleasure crossing his features, his eyebrows raising, eyes closing as you shuffled your hand into his boxers, curling your fingers firmly around his aching cock, “There you go, Credence..” You eased, stroking him, “That’s a good boy.. who’s Mommy’s good boy?”

Credence sobbed, canting his hips up into your hand desperately, “Me, m - me,” He choked out, his entire body stiffening while he brung himself as close to you as he could be, his feet arching, “I’m Mommy’s good boy..”

“That’s right..” You grinned, kissing his cheek lovingly. He layed on the bed after practically flinging himself back with ecstasy, spreading his legs and pushing his boxers down.

“Mommy, Mommy - please,” He rushed out, his erection continuing to rise and twitch with every stroke you gave him. He squirmed underneath you, whining again, “Please, more..”

You nodded slowly and crouched down, pulling your hand away for a moment. You kissed his thigh gently and asked him to trust you, to which he just bit his lip, and nodded. Slowly, you kissed up and down his shaft, shallow breath transferring itself onto Credence’s sensitive skin before dissolving. Sticking your tongue out a bit, you moved upward, making sure Credence felt all of you.

He was quite squirmish, and tried to stay still, but unfortunately could not. His lower lip quivered and he tried not to burst into tears because of all of the fucking stimulation, but alas, a wet, salty drop fell down his chin, causing him to bawl. “It’s s - so good,” He began, “Please don’t ever stop..”

You looked up to make sure he was alright, your heart melting at the sight of your baby boy, fucking crying because of how good you made him feel. You gulped, pulling back for a moment, “Are you sure, honey? You - You’re crying, Creed..”

“Please!” Credence widened his eyes and made a needy noise as soon as you moved, “Mommy - I want it - please, Mommy!” He begged, grabbing at your hands and holding onto them tight, “Please, I’ll be a good boy..”

“Okay, alright,” You bit your lip, kissing both of Credence’s hands. You unlinked your fingers from his and went back to what you were doing, cupping his balls and taking one into your mouth, slurping quietly, “Mmph -”

“Ah!” Credence gasped and bucked up harder than he intended, his heart rate speeding up. You could see small swirls of black dust start to emerge from his body, causing you to pull back once again.

“Hey, Creed..?” You rubbed his thigh slowly while he still panted and writhed underneath you, “I need you to calm down for Mommy. Okay? Please, baby?” You kissed his knee, “Calm down. I will go back to what I’m doing if you take it a notch lower. I know it feels good, that’s why I’m doing it for you. Just relax, take a deep breath, and watch me.”

Credence noticed his Obscurus starting to take form and quickly took a deep breath in before exhaling very slowly, face full of desperation. You could tell he wanted it, and you were going to give him pleasure in exchange for his obedience. You rubbed his chest slowly as you began to straddle him, eventually settling yourself on his lap - his hard member pressing right up against you. “Mommy..” He whispered, placing his head on your chest, “You’re so beautiful..”

You caressed the back of his neck for a bit and leaned down to kiss him, your eyes falling shut as he moaned and kissed back, cupping your face with shaky hands, “Mmn..” He breathed out, “Mommy..”

You lustfully made out with him, rolling your hips, bringing his scarred up hands down to place on your hips, to which he quickly tugged your panties down, trying not to look down and stay focused on the task at hand. He trailed his fingers down to your cunt and gently twirled his index around your clit, causing you to squeak and bring your thighs together, “Mmn -!”

Credence pulled back and stared down at your thighs, slowly spreading them, “Wanna make Mommy feel good..” He whispered, determined, shuffling down so that he was facing your heat, moving closer to you until he was kissing inbetween your thighs at your most sensitive places. You gasped loudly and placed a hand on his head instinctively, back arching.

“Credence!” You moaned, stomach rising and falling quickly from how paced your breathing was, “O - Oh, Credence..”

Credence was doing all he could to please you, even letting you tug at his hair even though it hurt - as well as licking over your clit the most because it seemed the most sensitive according to the noises you would make everytime he would get there, your heart racing.

“Mommy..” He mumbled against your aching cunt, which was dripping with juices that Credence took in and swallowed at every chance he got, “Tastes so good, Mommy..”

“C - Creed - God -” You hissed, rolling your hips right against his face, pulling him in roughly as you reached your climax, which came quickly, only because Credence was so fucking messy and good and you loved it. “Nn! Ah!”

Credence squeaked and took everything you gave him, moving back once you let him go, his cock throbbing at this point. “Mommy..”

“It’s your turn, baby,” You said to him, “I’m gonna teach you all about this.. okay?”

“Okay, Mommy.”

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The goat, of course, is a widely recognized symbol of Satan, and the presence of Black Philip is but one of many winking horror tropes that Eggers skillfully puts into play here: Between the bad-seed moppets and the ruined harvest, the mysterious disappearances and the frightening instances of animal misbehavior, “The Witch” is rife with intimations of inexplicable evil, of something deeply twisted and unnatural at work. At the same time, the film grippingly ratchets up the family tension on multiple fronts, to the point that it could almost be read as a straightforward portrait of emotional and psychological breakdown — exacerbated by the parents’ certainty that every setback is a test from the Lord. “Place thy faith in God,” William instructs his children more than once, though the implication is clear that unchecked piety, far from warding off demons and monsters, can merely wind up creating new ones in their place.

The result plays like a sort of cross between “The Crucible” and “The Shining” (which Eggers has cited as a key inspiration), with a smattering of “The Exorcist” for good measure. But in peering ahead to the Salem trials, “The Witch” also faintly echoes Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon,” another drama in which the forces of patriarchal repression and the cruel realities of agrarian life will exact a devastating future toll: We’re watching not just a private tragedy but a prequel to a larger-scale catastrophe, sowing seeds of suspicion, violence and fanatical thinking that will be passed down for generations to come.

At the same time, Eggers isn’t content with a strictly rational interpretation. He seems fascinated by the lore and iconography of the period (written accounts from which directly shaped the film’s archer-than-thou dialogue); by the terror and superstition that flourished in the wake of widespread starvation, illness and infant mortality; and above all by a grand tradition of supernatural horror filmmaking that has long preyed on those specific fears. If “The Witch” is ultimately a cautionary tale of Christian belief run amok, it also seeks to give the Devil his due — to illuminate a collective paranoid nightmare by blurring the line where grim reality ends and dark fantasy begins. (emphasis mine)

Yes, Virginia, the film really is that brilliant - and absolutely deserves nods to Miller, Kubrick, and Haneke.

Top 10 Films of 2015

Since my list for 2014 became an all time most reblogged post on Tumblr (source not needed it’s legit), I will now present the follow up with my Top 10 List for 2015:

1. CAROL

Carol tells the story of a young woman and an older wealthy woman who fall in love with each other.  The film has everything going for it: incredibly gorgeous cinematography, magnetic and meticulously framed shots, a heavenly score, and two fantastic lead performances (cough category fraud). It is a shame that the Academy decided to snub Carol for Best Picture and Best Director. For shame. 

2. ROOM

Room tells the story of a young boy who has been growing up in a small room for five years with his mother. The film absolutely destroyed me. With its poignant script and excellent direction, Room captivates the audience with its unique and deeply emotional tale about discovering the world and the inseparable bond between a mother and child.

3. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Furiosa ft. Max is by far the best action film of the decade for me. Basically a 2 hour car chase, Mad Max is more than just a non stop action movie. With amazing set piece, masterfully crafted sequences, mind-blowing effects, and a screenplay full of nuances, Fury Road offers a thrill ride with layered storytelling beneath all the explosive surface.

4. THE WITCH

It has been a while since I have seen a movie as unsettling as The Witch. Not exactly full of scares like Insidious or The Conjuring, this period piece horror film is a slow burner that is filled with a dreaded atmosphere from its very first shot, and the tension just gradually creeps up throughout the runtime, resulting in an unforgettable and terrifying entry to the genre.

5. THE REVENANT

Being one of my most anticipated film of the year, The Revenant does not disappoint. With stunning direction from Inarritu and out-of-this-world cinematography by Lubezki, this just cannot go wrong. The film contains one of the best scenes I have witnessed on screen, in particular the bear attack sequence and the fight scene in the end. Although the middle is a tad slow at times, The Revenant is still able to portray a captivating and brutal story of revenge. 

6. IT FOLLOWS

With the state of current horrors, movies like It Follows is always a nice change. Consistently eerie with well crafted suspense, this original movie (as well as a giant love letter to 80s horror) goes down as one of the more memorable addition to indie horror with a soundtrack to die for. 

7. KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER

Unhappy with her life, a Japanese woman travels to America to find the treasure in the film Fargo, believing that it exists. It’s a shame that Kumiko has been greatly ignored this award season. Slow but never boring, Kumiko is a visual treat with a unique script that is made possible by the talented Rinko Kikuchi.

8. EX MACHINA

Thoroughly slow paced and subtly eerie, Ex Machina is one of the best new sci-fi movies about A.I gone wrong. The entire film is a gradual buildup to the climax, where every secret comes out under the sun, and that buildup is fantastically done, leaving you craving to know what really is going on.

9. MAN FROM RENO

Not very known by many people (such a hipster amirite), Man From Reno is a truly captivating crime thriller that needs to be seen. One aspect I really admired about this movie is the fact that two of the protagonists are Asian, something that is rare in an English speaking film, let alone a genre film. Constructed like a puzzle with missing pieces, this Hitchcockian thriller  will leave you guessing and in shock with its twists and turns.

10. WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE

Another solid output from Studio Ghibli, When Marnie Was There is a poignant piece about friendship. As expected, the movie is blessed with impeccable directing and art, something that Ghibli is famous for, as well as their ability to tell a story full of depth and emotion. Marnie offers a clever script, mesmerizing animation, and a haunting revelation that will have its viewers reeling.

HONOURABLE MENTIONS

INSIDE OUT: Hilarious and emotional, Pixar rises again with their latest production.

SPY: A hilarious action comedy led by Melissa McCarthy and a scene stealing performance by Rose Byrne.

COMING HOME: A heartfelt love story about a man who attempts to reconnect with his wife, who no longer remembers him due to amnesia.

DOPE: An exciting and honestly fresh coming of age movie accompanied by beautiful cinematography and fantastic soundtrack.

THE FINAL GIRLS: A clever parody on the horror genre with an unexpected emotional core.

Ok So NBC is Considering The Wiz for Their Next Live Musical

DREAM CAST:
Dorothy: Jennifer Hudson
Scarecrow: Billy Porter
Tin Man: Kyle Scatcliffe
Lion: Joshua Henry
Aunt Em: LaChanze
Glinda: Patina Miller
The Wizard: Ben Vereen
Evilene (The Wicked Witch): Patina Miller
Addaperle: Renée Elise Goldsberry
Uncle Henry: Norm Lewis
Toto: Porridge