mixing books with their movies!


It was Victor Criss who did the most damage to the Losers that day, partly because he was a pretty fair fastball pitcher, but mostly - paradoxically - because he was the least emotionally involved. More and more he didn’t want to be here. People could get seriously hurt in rockfights; a kid could get his skull split, a mouthful of broken teeth, could even lose an eye. But since he was in it, he was in it. He intended to dish out some trouble. 


I see a lot of people mixing Guardians of Childhood books with the Rise of the Guardians movie, and I’m totally into that, I love it when people do that, 

but the books and movie are actually pretty different. I wanted to make a fine line between what is in the books, and what is in the movie. That way, people won’t get confused or we can look at things from a different perspective. 

I probably have left out a lot, and maybe forgotten a few things, but these are just the basics. 

There are still a few books yet to come out for The Guardians of Childhood, so we don’t have full confirmation for a lot of things. 

As for the movie, I really don’t see a sequel happening anytime soon, so I just went with the information we were given. 

Otherwise, feel free to use this as a reference for any art or fan fictions you guys want to make! Any questions? Go ahead and ask~ <3 

~~~~Guardians of Childhood VS Rise of the guardians ~~~~

Bite Me (Bitch)

Originally posted by jjks

Note: This is another reupload with edits from my old writing blog (uyuagashi-fics).  I held a prompt game that was a lot of fun, and the request that time was “Suga + bite + breaking the rules”.  This one fits so well with all the vampire looks BTS has gifted us with.  As always, I added in a LOT more to the original post and tidied up some portions of the writing.  This is very BTVS-inspired in terms of vampire lore but there’s lore from other shows/movies/books mixed in as well.  Also, I lost so much steam with this, and I’m unhappy, but whatever.  

I am currently stuck on a very important portion of my Radio DJ Suga AU, and I need to focus on other writing to get out of my rut.  

Summary:  Your existence should repulse him, but Yoongi can’t bring himself to hate you when he craves your bite.  ~Vampire AU~




Yoongi is in a bizarre state of discomfort when he sits through eighty minutes of an in-depth lecture on vampires during DEM 325 (Demonic Physiology).  The other recruits in his class are studiously taking notes as their instructor goes through slide after slide of vampire anatomy, but he can’t bring himself to write down a word.  He can feel his ulcers acting up when the instructor pays special attention to mortality zones.

“Some of you are taking the laboratory component this semester with me,” Dr. Kim notes with a kind, yet condescending smile.  “And let me give you a hint: vampires are Big on the final.  The bulk of my field research is focused on vampires, so it’s an area I know well.”  She pauses for effect.  “And if I see outstanding talent, there are always positions open in my team.”  

The class murmurs with excitement.  Getting real field experience was the dream for recruits.

Dr. Kim gives the class an indulgent smile once more.  “So make sure you do the reading.”  

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request: “Hi! Could you maybe write an imagine with cedric x reader when you are in the lake for the task in the tournament where he has to save you and he’s getting worried bc you were supposed to meet him before the task to wish him luck and no one’s seen you and he like freaks out but he can’t go looking for you because of the task?? Idk some fluff! Thaaanks xx” — by anon

a/n: loved this idea so much! thanks for requesting 💘 (also, keep in mind that i mostly base my writing from what i’ve read in the hp books and not in the movies, but i often mix both lol)


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stan uris x bill denbrough

stan remembered the summer of 1958,
he relived it every time night fell and the
wind’s whistling transformed into a haunting
flute melody. it was torture and the faint scars
that only he and the other kids could see were
the only physical remnants of his almost death.

not that it would’ve been bad. he’d already felt
like dying was the best option.

until beverly was officially living out of state and
bill, having gotten over his rose-tinted crush on
her, was standing on his front porch. and then
bill was in his room. and then bill was in his arms
and his words fell out of his mouth like a man
confessing all his sins.

bill didn’t remember the monster that was derry
and it’s sewer clown. but he remembered how
he felt during the summer of 1958. how he’d
thought bev was who his heart was yearning
for when in actuality it was another curly haired
loser. one that had methodically cleaned up
blood without batting an eye, one that had
gotten back up after being pushed to the brink.

stan had always known he loved bill. more than
he loved the others; in a UFO kind of way where
he couldn’t really explain it & at times he couldn’t
quite believe it.
bill had always loved stan. he was just unaware
of how much that love grew until he was itching
to be near him; a brush of a shoulder here, a
hug lasting longer than usual there.

if there was one good thing to come from the
summer of 1958, it was stan & bill.

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a fanmix for Lauren Oliver’s novel Before I Fall

“Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there’s a tomorrow. Maybe for you there’s one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around in it, let it slide like coins through your fingers. So much time you can waste it.
But for some of us there’s only today. And the truth is, you never really know.”

01. for all we know, we might be dead by tomorrow / 02. don’t tell me our youth is running out, It’s only just begun / 03. here it comes, the unavoidable sun weighs my head / 04. I wanna hold her hand, and show her some beauty before all this damage is done / 05. put to rest what you thought of me, while I clean this slate with the hands of uncertainty / 06. they have always seen, everything you tried to hide / 07. my hands are shaking, time was never on our side, and there’s no such thing as a beautiful goodbye / 08. I don’t know how I don’t just stand outside and scream, I am teaching myself how to be free / 09. when my time comes, forget the wrong that I’ve done, help me leave behind some reasons to be missed / 10. so grow tall sugarcane, eat that soil, drink the rain / 11. don’t you dare let our best memories bring you sorrow / 12. give up the ground under your feet, hold on to nothing for good / 13. maybe we could be the start of something, be together at the start of time / 14. blackbird fly into the light of the dark black night / 15. I know the present will not last, and tomorrow will be kinder

[ L I S T E N ]

Fear - Losers Club

part two of red - losers club


the reader’s first encounter with It

words: 3332

pairing: none

note: my reader inserts are a mix between the 2017 movie and the book, if you haven’t read the book, no worries, there are no spoilers but you might be a little confused because this idea mainly came from the book.

for the ones who waited for part two, i’m sorry i took so long! it’s halloween so i rushed to finish this, i couldn’t let october pass without me posting the part two. 

E/C eyes scan the vast scenery of houses and vivid green grass for the umpteenth time. Her gaze flickers up to the blue summer sky, eyes following the slow movements of the thin white clouds. She closes her eyes and sighs, an action she seemed awfully fond of doing since the day before.

Y/N’s parents weren’t exactly happy to see their only child coming home 30 minutes late from the supposed time.

Her mother hadn’t wasted a minute and started to scold her as soon as she walked through the doorway. She tried using every excuse that she knows of, hoping she’d get out of trouble without any punishments. To no avail.

Though, in a few seconds she learns that something else was bound to save her from all the house chores waiting for her. The Losers might not be there to save her this time, but her bandaged arm was.

Her parents’ attention quickly diverts to her wounded arm and their anger turns to worry and concern. Y/N had taken that golden opportunity to escape her predicament, building up the lies as she spoke. After all, she couldn’t exactly tell them what happened.

Though, as she thought of it now, why had she lied to her parents? Telling might’ve been the smartest thing to do. She would love to see Henry and his gang thrown inside a cell for at least a couple of days.

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tbh I mostly remember the first book and I’m rereading them now so I can’t really argue on detailed characterization but I feel like Movie Walter would be delighted that Roland kept a piece of his bleached skeleton.

he kept that jawbone for months, man

Warriors: Chapter One - Mitch Rapp

Author: @susybird

Relationship: Mitch Rapp x OFC/Astrid

Description: Angst, swearing, mentions of injuries and ptsd. Just background stuff. Astrid arrives at the Barn and meets Mitch for the first time. They soon find out Irene has big plans for both of them.

Word Count: 2956

Author’s Note: So this is just laying down some background, Astrid getting settled in etc. Next Chapter will be more exciting I promise. Also I pulled from both the book and movie so the details are a mix of the two.

Thank you to @were-cheetah-stiles for proofreading and for giving me so much help. You are amazing Cat.

As always feedback is welcome (please pretty please) and let me know if you want to be added to the tag list! Enjoy :)

Chapter Two

Chapter One

Originally posted by dylan-robrien

Of course Astrid had heard of Mitch Rapp. Everyone in her line of work had heard of him, but mostly by his codename, Iron Man. He was the Poster Boy for the Orion Team; the only one able to stop the elusive Ghost. Even in the sandy hellhole, where Astrid and her team had been sitting for nine months, they’d heard the stories of Iron Man. But Astrid knew his real name; she knew that behind the codename, it was Mitch, and she had hoped that one day, she would get the chance to work with the legendary operative.

What Astrid didn’t expect was to meet him wearing nothing but a towel, standing in the middle of a steamy bathroom.

“Uh, hi.” Mitch had the decency to at least look slightly uncomfortable.

“Hi.” Astrid looked him up and down curiously. He was different than she would have thought, more boy next door than ruthless assassin. His dark brown hair was long, his chin and jaw covered in a couple of days worth of stubble. His physique was wiry, buff but in a lean way, the veins standing out on his forearms and hands. His eyes were dark and intense, his expression completely unreadable.

“I’m sorry, I didn’t realise there was anyone in here. Or staying in the house at all.” Mitch’s brow furrowed as he apologised, an indication that he didn’t like not knowing things.

“That’s okay. I only just got here,” Astrid responded, rubbing her feet together and clutching the towel closer.

Mitch’s eyes glanced over the healing cuts, bruises and burns that showed on what skin wasn’t being covered by her towel.

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December 25, 2017
  1. Scorpio
     Romance novel

  2. Pisces
     Down jacket

  3. Cancer

  4. Virgo
     Light blue

  5. Taurus

  6. Capricorn

  7. Aquarius
     Japanese paper

  8. Gemini

  9. Libra

  10. Leo
     Mixed rice

  11. Aries
     Schedule book

  12. Sagittarius
     Japanese pattern

Sorry for the lateness!

I`m thinking about a Rise of the guardians Voltron au and call it “Rise of the Paladins” or smtng like that, until now i think the characters will be like this (If you haven`t noticed i`m mixing both, the movie and the books of Rotg and Voltron in general)

  • Alfor: Man in the moon
  • Shiro: North
  • Hunk: Sandman
  • Keith: Jack Frost
  • Lance: Toothiana
  • Pidge: Bunymund
  • Zarkon: Pitch
  • Lotor: Seraphina, Father nature (Book) (Pitch`s daughter)
  • Galras: The nigthmares

Still don`t know if i should put Coran and Allura too as Ombric and Katherine/Mother gose, If someone has recomendations let me know

Why Wonder Woman’s Fight Choreography Worked

so in my post critiquing the shit out of Wonder Woman, I mentioned that I liked the fight choreography, so here’s a more detailed post as to why (post is in queue at time of writing, will link it later).

I thought that I would spend the movie quietly stuffing down my exasperation with all the extra twirls and flips in the fighting. Usually, that’s the case when I watch action films, especially superhero/fantasy films. I don’t think that movies should have 100% “realistic” combat choreography, but movies with especially unrealistic fights, with spins, flips, dramatic pauses, etc. really break the immersion and throw me out of the story. Part of this is because I have some experience with a few different combat arts. Those sports aren’t necessarily “realistic” either, but they’re definitely closer to “real” hand-to-hand combat than what you see in most Hollywood movies, and so seeing egregiously unrealistic fights on-screen sets off the constant thought of “wait, that’s not what that looks like” that you then have to squash down so you can enjoy the movie. It’s like watching an actor with a really badly faked American accent (looking at you, Bimblesnip Copperflap). That’s not what that’s supposed to sound like, and it’s distracting (I’m sure that people from Not America have this problem a lot more often, with American films that butcher the shit out of other languages). 

Aaaaanyway, I expected that that would be the case with Wonder Woman, and it sort of was, but not really. I didn’t spend all that much time going “ignore the fact that someone should have shot her in the legs/stabbed her in the back during her flip”. Instead I was engrossed in how fucking awesome it looked.

I think that the reason has to do with how Wonder Woman mixes two different movie atmospheres: the high fantasy comic-book movie world of Themiscyra, Diana, Ares, and the Amazons, and a gritty war movie world of World War I, Steve, and the horrors of war. For the Amazons, it makes sense for them to be doing all these sweet kickflips and shit. Isolated for thousands of years, war and combat has become an art form to them. Their movements are practiced and sure, they never misjudge a move or make a mistake, they never look unsure or desperate, they hardly even break a sweat or breath hard, and of course they’re going to embellish their fighting style. It’s still effective as hell, but did Antiope really need to jump fifteen feet in their air off a shield to shoot 3 dudes she could just as easily have shot from the ground? No, not really. But it looks really fucking cool. The Amazons exist in a world where everything is sort of elevated to this perfected, stylized art form- combat, armor and clothes (you can’t argue that Hippolyta’s metal corset is comfortable, or that the Amazon’s armor is effective and realistic), the way they speak, the way their hair is always fucking perfect, the cliche (not in a bad way) legendary past and Important Artifacts, all of it is contrived as hell, but it’s acceptable in a movie about Amazons because, well, it’s sort of part of the package of the world.

The gritty war movie half of Wonder Woman is the half where the movie tries to emphasize the fact that heroes aren’t always good people, innocents die in war and you can’t save everyone, combat is bloody and dirty and gross and horrific, and there is no honor in battle, no dramatic pauses while you say something witty to the enemy, no spinning around to high-kick another dude in the face because if you do the guy you’re kicking grabs your leg and punches you while the someone else bashes you in the back of the head with a gun.

Throughout Wonder Woman, you can very clearly see the divide between the Gritty War Movie and the High Fantasy Movie. Steve, who’s in the Gritty War Movie, is the one who doesn’t waste his time saving people he knows he doesn’t have the resources to save, he’s the one who doesn’t manage to find the magical option C that lets him save the day and survive, he does what is needed, even if it’s immoral. 

Diana exists in the High Fantasy Movie. She saves everyone because she wants to, not because it makes logical sense for her to be able to. She wins the big fight at the end through Righteous Fury, not a clever plan (not a bad thing, just a hallmark of the High Fantasy Movie). She bends the world through force of will alone. Her final fight is versus the most High Fantasy villain ever- a villainously-monologuing ancient evil god wielding fire and dressed in spiky armor. 

These two halves don’t traditionally mix well. Lots of times, in movies that are trying to be the Gritty War Movie, there’s a fight that is just so perfectly choreographed that it looks silly. It doesn’t look like the characters are trying to kill each other, it looks like they’re playing out a script. Fights in Gritty War Movies (if done right) are scrabbling, punching, fighting dirty, desperation, clawing, and panic. Think about how fucking weird and stupid it would look if Steve fought like Diana did. Not with her skill level- with her style. If he went around throwing high kicks and jump kicks at Germans, or mowing down 20 people like they’re nothing, or pausing dramatically with his hair flowing in the breeze and giving a dramatically determined look and somehow not getting shot, it would look ridiculous. Because he’s in the Gritty War Movie half of the movie. Those moves all are fine on Diana, because she’s in the High Fantasy half of the movie. (NB, the only other movie I can think of whose ridiculously silly combat and lack of effective armor didn’t bother me at all was 300- for exactly this reason. 300 knew precisely what kind of ridiculous, over-the-top fantasy it was, and it didn’t try to be anything different).

What’s interesting about Wonder Woman is that it manages to combine the High Fantasy Movie and the Gritty War Movie remarkably well. Not perfectly- I think that Diana’s final fight and character arc were too stuck in the High Fantasy Realm and missed out on the impact they could have gained from the Gritty War Movie Realm. But really well! Most movies that try fail utterly. For instance, Hunchback of Notre Dame tried to be a silly disney movie, while also being the darkest fucking cartoon you’ve ever seen, and the result was the darkest fucking disney movie you’ve ever seen, with the unfortunate distractions of a silly song and a lame, cop-out ending to the romantic arc. It made a potentially phenomenal movie just ok. The Hobbit trilogy tried to be about 15 different kinds of movie all at once, and just ended up being a mess. 

Wonder Woman was, in a way, all about the clash of the High Fantasy realm and the Gritty War realm. It’s Diana vs. Steve, Themiscyra vs. World War 1, Ares vs. chemical weapons. Idealism can save the day vs. do what you can and mourn later. Like I said, I think the movie kept Diana too much in the High Fantasy realm. Her arc was about her losing her naive idealism about humanity, and choosing to save them- idealistically- anyway. To do that effectively, the movie needed to thrust her much more into the Gritty War Realm. But I digress- that’s a thing for a different post, I guess. Wonder Woman’s fight choreography works so well precisely because the clash of fighting styles is mirroring the clash of realms in the plot and characters. Steve keeps telling Diana that they can’t save everyone, and Diana waltzes in and flips reality the bird and says “watch me”. Her (objectively silly, but also objectively cool as fuck) fighting style is a symbolic mirror of this: reality says “don’t do stupid shit in a fight or you’ll get shot in the back of the head” and Diana’s kickflips waltz in, middle fingers up, and say “I don’t care also fuck your teeth”. It works really well. It emphasizes her idealism and the strength and force of her convictions.

Now, I do think that the movie would have been better if, like I said in my other post, she had lost her High Fantasy fighting style when finally killing Ares, and just beat him to death with her fists. This is because her character arc is supposed to be her losing her naive ideals about humanity, but choosing to save them despite their flaws and darkness. Ending the fight in the Gritty War Realm instead of the High Fantasy Realm would have paralleled that realization- Diana is no longer fighting in her idealized, art-form style, showcasing the true gruesome reality of death, and the gruesome reality that she killed someone, but she is a hero despite that, and her decision to uphold her mission to protect humanity, despite their violence and flaws, is made with her having fully, viscerally experienced those flaws and that violence herself- in herself.

As it was, it felt to me a bit like Diana was still ignoring the realities of war and death, and the High Fantasy Realm was just running roughshod over the Gritty War Realm (plugging its ears and going “lalala I can’t hear you). Diana’s character arc neatly and beautifully brings the idealism of High Fantasy into concord with the ugly reality of Gritty War, but the effect is undermined by the final fight’s insistence on a neat, High Fantasy conclusion, and would have been better supported if Diana had fully immersed herself in the Gritty War Realm and come out the other side with her High Fantasy ideals. 

sorry for the length and the plot analysis digression. If only I were majoring in something that would require me to analyze the shit out of the plot of Wonder Woman…