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Happy Valentine’s Day everyone :-).


1.  A SINGLE MAN (2009) This story of love and loss stars John Lautner’s 1949 Schaffer Residence. The film’s immaculate Mid-Century style is the result of a collaboration between director Tom Ford and Mad Men production designer Dan Bishop. 

2. IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (2000) Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful films ever made, this is as much a lyrical portrait of ‘60′s Hong Kong as it is a tale of doomed romance. The 12th Century Temples of Angkor Wat also make an appearance. 

3. BEFORE SUNSET (2004)  As in the previous instalment of this trilogy, the pleasures of wandering around an unfamiliar city provide this film with its context and structure, and also reinforce its romantic theme of a journey of accidental discovery. 

4. THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS (2001) Wes Anderson’s signature aesthetic had its most elaborate outing then to date, with the iconic 111 Archer Avenue, home to (amongst others) star-crossed lovers /adopted siblings Margot and Richie. 

5. LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003) The loneliness, cultural disorientation, and general sense of freedom and discovery that come with being in an utterly foreign city provide the catalyst for an unexpected romance. 

6. MANHATTAN (1979) See this film for a visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum, and for the fact that its central love story actually takes place not between the characters of Isaac and Tracy, but between Woody Allen and New York.

7. HER (2008) Spike Jonze’s near-future LA is a cleaned up, greened-up amalgam of the actual present-day city and the Pudong business district of Shanghai, infused with the palette of a Jamba Juice store.

8. BRIEF ENCOUNTER (1945) One for all the urban designers out there, this is a film about two individuals who are drawn into each other’s lives by the use of public transport :-). For a less iconic riff on the same theme, there’s also the Meryl Streep / Robert De Niro FALLING IN LOVE (1984) (in which De Niro plays an architect). Both films celebrate the kind of chance encounters which are missed when sitting alone in a car on a motorway.

9. ONCE (2006) Again the city streets (in this case those of Dublin) are the catalyst for romance, here between a Big Issue seller and a busker, whose relationship evolves during a lunchtime spent in an local music shop. 

10. BLADERUNNER (1982) As with some of the others, this isn’t technically a romance film, but its love story is as integral to the movie as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, Sumner Hunt/ George Wyman’s Bradbury Building, and that perpetually rainy cyber-punk city. Cinema’s most beautiful (and romantic) urban dystopia.


(Image: Schaffer Residence by Joe Fletcher, via Remodelista)  

Steal My Heart (steal my whole life too) (1/24)

Title: Steal My Heart (steal my whole life too)

Genre: Chaptered, fantasy AU, Prince!Phil, Thief!Dan, romance, enemies to lovers, angst and fluff, slow burn (like serious slow burn)

Warnings: some violence, mentions of death (no main characters), dark magic, descriptions of wounds/blood, some hints of sexual scenes (but no actual smut), murder, dangerous situations, stealing/thievery

Summary: Captain of the Royal Guard and Prince of Morellia, Philip Lester has never been given the chance to find love. Instead, he’s run from a system that works to end class differences and improve equality for its citizens. Happy as he is to make the world a better place, Phil can’t help feeling bitter towards his ancestors for making it impossible for him to find someone who will actually love him for more than just his title, and strives instead for a life of justice and doing good - only to meet his match in the King of Thieves, a man who will change everything he once thought he knew in life. Together, they must depart on a quest to save the kingdom, and, in the process, destroy their differences and find their own form of love.

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Updates: Sunday

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We’d all much rather prefer a guy/girl in a marching band uniform than a knight in shining armor.


Things I care about:

  • This
  • Nothing else
  • Just watch it ok

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righteverytime-deactivated20160  asked:

can you give me three good horror manga?

Just three?! Okie doke! I’ll do my best! 

Right off the bat, I have to recommend you ANYTHING by Junji Ito and by that I mean literally anything he has ever written ever. 

ALL JUNJI ITO IS GOOD JUNJI ITO. He is the master commander of horror and he is almost required reading when it comes to horror manga. It is really that good! 

Onto more specific manga! 

I AM A HERO. It’s my all-time favorite zombie manga ever. It has fantastic characters, great art, an interesting plot, an accurate representation of what it might be like in a zombie apocalypse, and it is overall just one of my favorite manga in the world.

BATTLE ROYALE. Every single horror manga fan has to read Battle Royale. It is hyped up, but for a great reason. The movie is good but the manga is GREAT. You discover everything about every single character in the story. It moves so fluidly and so interestingly that you just want it to go on forever. You want to see everyone die but at the same time you want some characters to stay forever alive.

FUAN NO TANE. If you want to feel true paranoia about your surroundings, this is the manga to go to. It is very subtle, but absolutely terrifying. It’s about discovering all the creepy shit that can happen to you anywhere you go. All the little ghosts and shit that maybe is happening around you but you just haven’t noticed. Yet.


I cannot just let you go without also recommending you more manga because there is just so much more that I absolutely love and adore. So here it goes! You can just skip this over if you really don’t want anymore recommendations but HERE IT GOES. Also, slug-chicks is a great place to go read btw. They’re super hardworking and update really frequently with new chapters! Just throwing this in there.

KAZUO UMEZU. Junji Ito’s idol, and mine as well. I found this guy not too long ago and he is probably the master commander of this genre. It is WONDERFUL. His are a must read for any horror manga fan.

Personal favorites that all should read: Drifting Classroom | Orochi

Ill name some more below! Oh! And please keep in mind that a lot of these are still on-going. Some of them have only a few chapters, some of them have more! Up to you if you wanna read ongoing mangas!

If you are a little more into taking risks, may I suggest Shintaro Kago. His manga isn’t for everyone though. He is the master at eroguro which is erotic guro. He finds a lot of comedy in depicting very graphic and quite often, very uncomfortable, scenes. I personally adore eroguro.

If you want kind of a taste of his work but not to jump into his darkest waters, I suggest Fetus Collection. One of my favorites by him. ;u; And surprisingly, not as disturbing as the rest of his work. I found it funny tbh. Then again, I have a pretty dark sense of humor.

Oh and to make things easier!

♥ means horror!
★ means psychological!
✖ means gore/abuse/dark shit involved!
☁ means on-going that i know of…
✿ means personal favorite!

Kakegurui ★✿ ☁ 
Sekai Oni ★ ♥ ✖ 
Zero - Kage Miko ♥ ☁
Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service ♥★✿☁
Okitenemuru ♥ ☁ 
Parasyte ♥★✿✿✿
Kamisama, Kisama wo Koroshitai. ♥★✖✿☁  
Tenkuu Shinpan  ♥★✖✿☁
Apocalypse no Toride  ♥★✖✿☁    
I Am A Hero ✿✿✿✿✿✿♥★✖☁
Death Sweeper ♥★☁
Coelacanth ★✿
Ousama Game ♥★
Ousama Game - Kigen ♥★  
Judge ♥★☁
Rabbit Doubt! ♥★✿  
Corpse Party: Another Child ♥★✖☁  
Homunculus ✿✿✿★
Yuureitou ♥★
Torikago no Tsugai ★  
Mahou Shoujo of the End ♥★✖✿
Darwin’s Game ♥★☁
Zekkyou Gakkyu ♥★✖✿☁
Kamisama no Iutoori ♥✿✿✿★✖  
Higanjima ♥★✖✿☁
Hakaijuu  ♥★✿✿☁
Scumbag Loser ♥★✖    
Battle Royale ♥★✖✿✿✿
Ibitsu ♥★✖
Fuan no Tane ♥★✿✿✿
Jisatsu Circle ♥★✖
Zashiki Onna ♥★  
Fetish ★
Portus ♥★
Pupa ♥★✖
Emerging ♥
8.1 Yamada Yusuke Gekijou ♥✖★        
Kouishou Radio ♥★☁  
Sprite ♥✿☁
Green Worldz ♥☁
Dolly Kill Kill ♥☁
Karada Sagashi ♥☁
Delusional Boy ♥☁★
Jinrou Game ♥☁
Death Tube ♥★✖✿☁

A couple of ones I wanted to talk about:

PARASYTE. If you enjoyed the anime (which is just like the manga), the manga is just as fantastic. It is interesting, full of action, the characters are likeable… I was actually rooting more for the parasytes than the humans. A classic and a great one.

HOMUNCULUS. Incredible art, amazing story, and just overall one of my favorite mangas in the world. It is right up there with I am a Hero because it is so fascinating. It is more psychological than anything, but it really fucks with your head. You feel something change inside of you as you read it. As the character’s mind unveils, so does yours.

MAHOU SHOUJO OF THE END. This is just a little side note but while the manga does contain a lot of horror scenes, the story has actually taken a turn for the confusing. It’s gotten very hard to follow and honestly, the characters have all become incredibly annoying to me, especially one in particular.

It was really good but now it’s borderlining on the “eeeeh”. So if you want to try it out, it is very similar to Dolly Kill Kill. It’s good and interesting, but honestly, I’m kind of over it by now because it has gotten far too confusing to keep up with.

And I thiiink this is it… I might’ve read and loved more but I can’t really remember everything! ;u; I hope this helps! 

COMPLETELY FORGOT TO MENTION GANTZ, one of the people who reblogged it, a lovely person, just reminded me! Gantz is also FANTASTIC. Its one of the mangas I am currently reading through barely but so far I really love it. 

I recently reached the 500 follower milestone!!! so to celebrate, here are my favorite blogs (honestly if u love urself follow all of them theyre all beautiful and so nice and smart ok). ((I’m keeping the header as my usual URL instead of my festive one))

key: mutuals are bolded, absolute favorites are italicized


@abrcxasmalfoy @accio-shitpost @achililles @adamparrisih @aeryastark @alrightevans @andrewminyird @animaegus @aryeastark @ashryverism @asteriin @artofpan @asterilas @atalienart @awitchfromwildmoor   @bananannabeth @bellamie @bellamyblakeish @bellarke @bigquidditchhero​ @bleulily @bloodyhellharry @blvckevans @cabeswatre @christmasjilys @collinslily @confundo  @cozyjily @dawnisgone @debussys @dmentor​  @dorcasdeadowes​ @drakomalfcy@dreamthievves @emmilinne​ @estrllas @eurycide @evansdeer @faeyries @fantastlcbeasts  @fetchalgernon​ @fjrebolt @fleamontpotter @fleurdealcour @fleurrdelacour @gallavich @ginnys @ginweasleys @goldentrio @grangr @gryffindro @gxnnyweasley


@hatepotion @hcrmes @hcrmoinejean @herhmione @hermionegrangers @herrmione @hhermes @hiddenpolkadots​ @hjp @hollowsgodric  @hxcates @hyperiqn @hypnohs @i-have-social-skills-jackass @illuminosity @iolanthepotter @itsfleamontordeath @jamesstruttingpotter @jamespctterr @jammespotter @jeanmoreos  @jiilys @jilydies @jilyislife​ @johannathemad @jollyminvera @julietcapulct @jxey  @keep-calm-and-love-james-potter @kneelb4kesha @kueeniegoldstein @ladyknightley @lamortentia @liilyevanspotter @lilyevansesque @lilyfanciesprongs @lilypcttcr @lilypotterrs @lilyslunas @lindseymorgan @lizardcookie @llstarcasterll @lostcap @lothiriel @lvslie


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I love Riliane. I love Riliane, the “evil” princess who brutally murdered anyone who she felt was even mildly unpleasant (she killed someone just for smiling). I love Riliane, the petulant child who surrounded herself in extravagant dresses, dolls, and desserts while leaving the rest of her country struggling to survive. I love Riliane, the jealous teenager who starts a genocide over a broken heart and a rejected proposal.

I love Riliane, the child whose cards were stacked against her from the start, being possessed by two demons without her consent due to circumstances beyond her control. I love Riliane, the 14-year-old girl living in a palace full of people, yet alone like the sun, without anyone who truly loved her. I love Riliane, the daughter who just wanted to be strong like her mother. I love Riliane, the sister that realizes too late that she had what she wanted all along, the other half she had been subconsciously been looking for.

I love Riliane Rin, the new nun who refuses to lift a finger without a threat to her meal ticket, or worse, her pride. I love Rin, the girl who gradually, after years of living in austerity, finally asks for forgiveness for her sins. 

There isn’t one thing I don’t love about Riliane, the girl who goes from being a selfish, self-absorbed, tyrannical royal who single-handedly destroyed an empire and threw several more into chaos, to a compassionate nun, filled with regret, wishing only for an eternity of peace. 

It’s kind of sad how unprepared the underground was for humans that wanted to kill them. The royal guard was sent out to look for humans and bring their souls to Asgore, but most of the time they just brought order and trained. Not a single royal guard is there to protect Asgore. His home is open and has friendly notes telling you to unlock the gate and that he is out gardening. Asgore is so well liked and respected that he is friendly and utterly undefended. He was apparently outside for so long that he never heard what was going on, how his citizens were being slaughtered, his best warriors and friends killed, and he never got the message to absorb the human souls. He is so unprepared that he lets down his guard and is killed in one hit.

Puzzles were made by monsters to slow down humans, and buy the monsters time. Because of not having to deal with humans very often, puzzles became less important to most monsters, and ultimately useless as Flowey bypasses the monsters security by completing all the puzzles for you in the genocide route. Had everyone made traps and puzzles that couldn’t be skipped over, more monsters could have been evacuated.

Ironically the puzzle elder was correct, more heavy block pushing puzzles that couldn’t be so easily bypassed would have slowed you down on the genocide route as Flowey couldn’t push them all easily.