That’s right, kids. It’s that time of year again, and boy, do we have a good line up this time round.
Devour (Jensen Ackles)
The Evil Gene (Richard Speight Jr)
Windsor Drive (Matt Cohen)
Cry_Wolf (Jared Padalecki)
Call Back (Rob Benedict)
Dark House (Matt Cohen)
REPO! The Genetic Opera (Briana Buckmaster)
Open Water 2: Adrift (Richard Speight Jr)
Friday the 13th (Jared Padalecki)
Eden will be co-hosting, and there will be guest appearances by my two cats, Harley and Lex. As per usual, if you have any questions about the content of any of these films or possible triggers, please send me a message! I have seen all of these several times and definitely don’t mind if you need to skip a one or a few. It IS a 12.5 hour marathon after all!
The link to the livestream will be posted a few hours before on the day of, so be on the lookout! Please don’t asked to be tagged because I PROMISE, I will forget you. Hope to see a lot of you there!
A/N: Here is Part 2! Let me know what you guys think and if you want me to keep going. Thank you so much to @bovaria for looking this over for me. Hope everyone enjoys! xo
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Warnings: - language.
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“Barnes!” you squealed, a sound escaping your lips you’d never heard yourself make before, clambering in the wet sand towards Bucky’s lifeless body. His face was a stale shade of grey, his lips icy blue. Your heart was hammering in your chest, the pain in your leg almost forgotten, if not for the constant thrum that nagged at you with every passing second. Everything seemed to work in slow motion during this moment, on instinct; your hands moving to brush Bucky’s hair out of his face, to tilt his head back and spread his lips apart, leaning forward and breathing what little breath you had left of your own into his lungs.
Winds from Hurricane Irma blew so hard that it drained the water right out of Tampa Bay. This caught some manatees off guard and they got stranded in the now waterless bay. Luckily a few citizens decided to do something and worked to move 2 of the manatees back into open water. Unfortunately 2 other manatees weren’t as lucky. Rescuers said they tried but they didn’t have enough manpower to move the manatees that were stuck in sand like mud even after a valiant effort.
This right here is one of the many reasons we are building the @keyconservation app. Our In-person feature would send out alerts to local supporters about volunteer opportunities happening in real-time. There is nothing worse when you are in a fight against the clock to save an animal and you need help. We make it easy to send out alerts immediately which are then sent as push notifications to people in that area not around the world who can’t actually help. Help us make this app so we can help make this a possibility! Our Indiegogo link is in our profile! 🔑🌱| Video by: Marcelo Clavijo | #manatee #conservationoptimism #conservation #wildlife #wildlifeconservation #rescue #animalrescue #wildliferescue #endangeredspecies #endangered #hurricane #hurricaneirma #Tampa #TampaBay #Florida #USA #endextinction #endendlings #hope #app #science #animal #wildlifephotography #biologist #fieldwork #KeyConservation
it isn’t a horror movie but open water 2 is so scary to me bc i hate the idea of being stuck in the middle of the ocean and just dying there but also some of the characters in that movie are dickheads why would you push someone who’s had a traumatic experience with water into the ocean and why wouldn’t you check to make sure you had a way to get back on the boat also that one character who wouldn’t let anyone damage the boat so they can get back up bc it wasn’t even his was annoying
The Trail of Dracula will be released on DVD on October 25 via Intervision Picture Corp. The documentary premiered in 2013 but has not been available on home video in the US until now.
The film explores the untold story of Dracula through history and classic movie adaptations. It’s written and directed by David Mitchell (writer of Open Water 2: Adrift) and features archival clips of Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, John Carradine, and more.