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Hallowed Ground - shinelikethunder (tenlittlebullets)

Fandom: Captain America (Movies)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Pairing(s): Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes, Steve Rogers/Hydra Agents, Bucky Barnes/Hydra Agents
Additional Tags: Rape Aftermath, Church Sex, Unwholesome Recovery Fic, Past Torture, Past Rape/Non-con, Scars, Come as Lube, Virginity, Comfort Sex, No Healing Cock, Misappropriated Religious Imagery, Gallows Humor, Hurt/Comfort, Steve/Stoicism OTP, HYDRA Trash Party
Word Count: 12,374

Bucky thinks about cleaning guns, or doing field maintenance on his arm, and tries to pretend he’s repairing something delicate as he traces the lines of violence carved into Steve’s flesh.

It’d be nice to believe that’s what he’s doing.

anonymous asked:

SG Kaon wears a visor over his eye sockets so he doesn't scare the children. SG Vos and SG Tarn wear masks to cover scars they recieved from Autobots as children. SG Tesarus was born without optics while SG Helex was a failed autobot experiment. All but Kaon, were children when they were scarred and the SG Cons rescued all five of them along with a bunch of other orphans.

yoooooooooooo Kaon with a visor, that’s a really good idea!

I’ve still gotta work on his frame, but I feel like his shoulder thingies he had should still be there! 

dracula told super duper differently (2014)


  • scriptwriting is concise, pace is curt, storytelling is tight and almost never slacks
  • CGI is surprisingly well-done. attention given to art directing and overall cinematography is evident. some scenes are framed downright beautifully
  • music is minimal but effective
  • good casting choices for vlad and family. sarah gadon esp did a spectacular job methinks
  • luke evans + hair = totes ok but LUKE EVANS DIRTY + MESSY + WET + SCARRED = 


  • curt script can feel a little rushed. not enough character background/motivation/ambiguity to go around
  • yeah. ambiguity. almost everyone is very black and white
  • editing is a little choppy at some parts
  • charles dance was criminally underused, couldn’t even be bothered to stop being tywin for his measly 10 mins screentime
  • dominic cooper did a ghastly job as mehmet tho. no “I AM SALAHADDIN” here. tbf they didn’t really give him much to work with. main antagonist is cookie cutter and forgettable
  • actually the entirety of the antagonistic party is forgettable
  • then again the movie’s titled DRACULA not MEHMED AND HIS 100000000 MANLY AND SOMETIMES VERY PRETTY MEN so that’s saying something i guess
  • also no historical accuracy whatsoever so don’t expect any


All in all a good action flick with a believable conflict. There is some romance, but don’t expect Bram Stoker’s Dracula-level of gothic pining and sexual tension. The movie is brisk and efficient and offers a tidy enough entertainment, but sadly this race to a Hollywood Ending™ lends to its lack of fucks for supporting characters that are not in Vlad’s main line of sight (and sometimes even for the ones that are). All in all, if this is indeed a prequel for a bigger Dracula Universe, it’s one that’s more than decent.

Watch if: you’re a Dracula (the character, not the movie)/action fantasy fan / you can deal with expecting absolutely nothing outside of watching a sweaty, bare-chested Luke Evans writhe around panting like it’s his goddamn dayjob

Don’t watch if: you’re a twitchy history buff who’s prone to a lot of offended huffing and puffing and monocle-popping when your fictions don’t get their historical facts right