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Action & Adventure: 1365
Action Comedies: 43040
Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1568
Action Thrillers: 43048
Adult Animation: 11881
Adventures: 7442
African Movies: 3761
Alien Sci-Fi: 3327
Animal Tales: 5507
Anime: 7424
Anime Action: 2653
Anime Comedies: 9302
Anime Dramas: 452
Anime Fantasy: 11146
Anime Features: 3063
Anime Horror: 10695
Anime Sci-Fi: 2729
Anime Series: 6721
Art House Movies: 29764
Asian Action Movies: 77232
Australian Movies: 5230

B-Horror Movies: 8195
Baseball Movies: 12339
Basketball Movies: 12762
Belgian Movies: 262
Biographical Documentaries: 3652
Biographical Dramas: 3179
Boxing Movies: 12443
British Movies: 10757
British TV Shows: 52117

Campy Movies: 1252
Children & Family Movies: 783
Chinese Movies: 3960
Classic Action & Adventure: 46576
Classic Comedies: 31694
Classic Dramas: 29809
Classic Foreign Movies: 32473
Classic Movies: 31574
Classic Musicals: 32392
Classic Romantic Movies: 31273
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Classic Thrillers: 46588
Classic TV Shows: 46553
Classic War Movies: 48744
Classic Westerns: 47465
Comedies: 6548
Comic Book and Superhero Movies: 10118
Country & Western/Folk: 1105
Courtroom Dramas: 2748
Creature Features: 6895
Crime Action & Adventure: 9584
Crime Documentaries: 9875
Crime Dramas: 6889
Crime Thrillers: 10499
Crime TV Shows: 26146
Cult Comedies: 9434
Cult Horror Movies: 10944
Cult Movies: 7627
Cult Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 4734
Cult TV Shows: 74652

Dark Comedies: 869
Deep Sea Horror Movies: 45028
Disney: 67673
Disney Musicals: 59433
Documentaries: 6839
Dramas: 5763
Dramas based on Books: 4961
Dramas based on real life: 3653
Dutch Movies: 10606

Eastern European Movies: 5254
Education for Kids: 10659
Epics: 52858
Experimental Movies: 11079

Faith & Spirituality: 26835
Faith & Spirituality Movies: 52804
Family Features: 51056
Fantasy Movies: 9744
Film Noir: 7687
Food & Travel TV: 72436
Football Movies: 12803
Foreign Action & Adventure: 11828
Foreign Comedies: 4426
Foreign Documentaries: 5161
Foreign Dramas: 2150
Foreign Gay & Lesbian Movies: 8243
Foreign Horror Movies: 8654
Foreign Movies: 7462
Foreign Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 6485
Foreign Thrillers: 10306
French Movies: 58807

Gangster Movies: 31851
Gay & Lesbian Dramas: 500
German Movies: 58886
Greek Movies: 61115

Historical Documentaries: 5349
Horror Comedy: 89585
Horror Movies: 8711

Independent Action & Adventure: 11804
Independent Comedies: 4195
Independent Dramas: 384
Independent Movies: 7077
Independent Thrillers: 3269
Indian Movies: 10463
Irish Movies: 58750
Italian Movies: 8221

Japanese Movies: 10398
Jazz & Easy Listening: 10271

Kids Faith & Spirituality: 751423
Kids Music: 52843
Kids’ TV: 27346

Korean Movies: 5685
Korean TV Shows: 67879

Late Night Comedies: 1402
Latin American Movies: 1613
Latin Music: 10741

Martial Arts Movies: 8985
Martial Arts, Boxing & Wrestling: 6695
Middle Eastern Movies: 5875
Military Action & Adventure: 2125
Military Documentaries: 4006
Military Dramas: 11
Military TV Shows: 25804
Miniseries: 4814
Mockumentaries: 26
Monster Movies: 947
Movies based on children’s books: 10056
Movies for ages 0 to 2: 6796
Movies for ages 2 to 4: 6218
Movies for ages 5 to 7: 5455
Movies for ages 8 to 10: 561
Movies for ages 11 to 12: 6962
Music & Concert Documentaries: 90361
Music: 1701
Musicals: 13335
Mysteries: 9994

New Zealand Movies: 63782

Period Pieces: 12123
Political Comedies: 2700
Political Documentaries: 7018
Political Dramas: 6616
Political Thrillers: 10504
Psychological Thrillers: 5505

Quirky Romance: 36103

Reality TV: 9833
Religious Documentaries: 10005
Rock & Pop Concerts: 3278
Romantic Comedies: 5475
Romantic Dramas: 1255
Romantic Favorites: 502675
Romantic Foreign Movies: 7153
Romantic Independent Movies: 9916
Romantic Movies: 8883
Russian: 11567

Satanic Stories: 6998
Satires: 4922
Scandinavian Movies: 9292
Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1492
Sci-Fi Adventure: 6926
Sci-Fi Dramas: 3916
Sci-Fi Horror Movies: 1694
Sci-Fi Thrillers: 11014
Science & Nature Documentaries: 2595
Science & Nature TV: 52780
Screwball Comedies: 9702
Showbiz Dramas: 5012
Showbiz Musicals: 13573
Silent Movies: 53310
Slapstick Comedies: 10256
Slasher and Serial Killer Movies: 8646
Soccer Movies: 12549
Social & Cultural Documentaries: 3675
Social Issue Dramas: 3947
Southeast Asian Movies: 9196
Spanish Movies: 58741
Spiritual Documentaries: 2760
Sports & Fitness: 9327
Sports Comedies: 5286
Sports Documentaries: 180
Sports Dramas: 7243
Sports Movies: 4370
Spy Action & Adventure: 10702
Spy Thrillers: 9147
Stage Musicals: 55774
Stand-up Comedy: 11559
Steamy Romantic Movies: 35800
Steamy Thrillers: 972
Supernatural Horror Movies: 42023
Supernatural Thrillers: 11140

Tearjerkers: 6384
Teen Comedies: 3519
Teen Dramas: 9299
Teen Screams: 52147
Teen TV Shows: 60951
Thrillers: 8933
Travel & Adventure Documentaries: 1159
TV Action & Adventure: 10673
TV Cartoons: 11177
TV Comedies: 10375
TV Documentaries: 10105
TV Dramas: 11714
TV Horror: 83059
TV Mysteries: 4366
TV Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1372
TV Shows: 83

Urban & Dance Concerts: 9472

Vampire Horror Movies: 75804

Werewolf Horror Movies: 75930
Westerns: 7700
World Music Concerts: 2856

Zombie Horror Movies: 75405

I am just glad I got into Tumblr. So far my FB feeds been full of unnecessary drama.. Politics, showbiz etc..

I am happy that I could be a fangirl here without being judged.. And I get to write blogs that some actually took the time to read.. I am not a good writer..English is not my first language so it makes me happy when there is at least one person who gets to read the crap I write.

And Jikook just made me realize how much I wanted to share stuff about me with others, preferably to those who doesnt know me personally, feelings about Jikook.. Sometimes I do find it absurd for me to feel this way about them, how they excite me, how they make me look forward for another day, how they made me hopeful that true love endures all..

At the end of day, Jikook inspires me to be a better rid myself of judgement and prejudice towards others..

Much love to everyone!!!

In case anyone here is looking for a motherly advice, I am here willing to listen..

(Jeni, newbie Army mom,Jikook trash)


  • Cousin: How much do you know about Tommy Howell?
  • Me: *Clears throat* Howell was born in Van Nuys, California, the son of Christopher N and Candace Howell. He has two sisters, Stacy and Candi, and a brother, John.[1] His father worked as a stunt coordinator and rodeo performer. As a young boy, Howell wanted to be a stuntman and was even a child stunt performer. He began acting at the age of four, when he was cast in the Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People".
  • When Howell was young, his parents divorced,[2] leaving his mother with both of her sons and daughter Stacy, and his father took little Candi with him.[3] Howell shared his time with each parent and started his career through his father's job. When he was 12, he became a rodeo champion at the California Junior Rodeo Association and was named "All-Around Cowboy" in August 1979. While growing up, he also spent time golfing with his grandfather (he earned his nickname "CT" as that was how his name was recorded on the screen boards).[citation needed] Howell graduated from Saugus High School in 1984. Howell attended The National Conservatory for Drama Arts.Howell's showbiz debut was acting in the The Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People" as a little boy whose ears are being checked out by a doctor. When he got older, he tried stunt acting like his father and worked on commercials for a while.[4] He tried rodeo riding for a few years. In 1982, He made his film debut as Tyler in Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Afterward, he was cast as the lead role Ponyboy Curtis in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders, which earned him a Young Artist Award. Following The Outsiders, he became a teen idol, appearing in teen magazines like Tiger Beat and 16 Magazine, which referred to him as "Tommy" and "Tom".In 1984 he and Outsiders co-star, Patrick Swayze, reunited for Grandview, U.S.A., also with Jamie Lee Curtis, and Red Dawn, with Charlie Sheen and Lea Thompson. Howell also had a pivotal role in Tank, with James Garner and Jenilee Harrison. In 1985 he again starred in the lead role in Secret Admirer, opposite Lori Loughlin and Kelly Preston. Howell was one of two final actors in the running to play Marty McFly in Back to the Future the other being Eric Stoltz, who was eventually selected. Michael J. Fox would later go on to replace Stoltz after filming had begun.
  • In 1986 he played a hitchhiker's target in the film The Hitcher, another of his successful movies. The sequel was released in 2003. Following that, he starred as a white student who pretends to be black to receive a scholarship, in the poorly received Soul Man, which currently holds an aggregated score of 14% at Rotten Tomatoes.[5] Howell has since stated that he does not regret playing the main character in blackface and that Soul Man was "an important part of [Howell's] life" and "an important film" for racial relations in America.[6] In 1988 Howell played Arturo Toscanini in the story of the world-renowned conductor in Franco Zeffirelli's Il giovane Toscanini with Irma Capece Minutolo and Elizabeth Taylor, which was one of his very first straight-to-video releases. Howell and Kelly Preston reunited as lovers in A Tiger's Tale.At the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s, Howell appeared in The Return of the Musketeers and Side Out. In 1993, he starred with Linda Fiorentino and Nancy Allen in the campy thriller Acting on Impulse. After several straight-to-DVD features and a starring role in That Night, he achieved success again in the movie Gettysburg, which was popular with history buffs and history classrooms. He starred as Mike, a motorcycle courier in Mad Dogs and Englishmen (U.S. title: Shameless) with Elizabeth Hurley. His made-for-television movie credits include Suspect Device, Sealed with a Kiss and Dead Fire. He starred in Dads, an unsold sitcom pilot.[7] He also appeared in the short-lived TV series Kindred: The Embraced.He started an interest in crime-thrillers after starring in Payback and playing gangster Baby Face Nelson in a film of the same name. He went on to direct and star in the 1996 direct-to-video release, Pure Danger, featuring alongside Teri Ann Linn and prop comic, Carrot Top.Howell returned to the theater in the 2000s in movies such as Asylum Days, the Gods and Generals prequel to Gettysburg, and The Hillside Strangler, in which he played serial killer Kenneth Bianchi. In 2006, Howell starred in Hoboken Hollow. He also became a supporter of the production company The Asylum, which produced his straight-to-DVD movies.In 2005, he starred in H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, one of three 2005 adaptations of the novel The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells. Because of its success, Howell directed and starred in a straight-to-DVD sequel War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave in 2008, which was heavily criticized. In 2005, he also reunited with his Secret Admirer co-star Lori Loughlin, when he had a recurring role on her television show Summerland as Zac Efron's father. After War of the Worlds, he spent time directing unsuccessful straight to-DVD movies. Also, in 2008, he directed and starred in The Day the Earth Stopped, a mockbuster intended to capitalize on The Day the Earth Stood Still. For these reasons, 20th Century Fox have threatened legal action against The Asylum, but no action has yet been taken. He also appeared as a doctor in The Poseidon Adventure, an adaptation of the 1972 film of the same name. Coincidentally, his father's first stunt co-ordination was for the original movie,[9] though uncredited. He briefly hosted a show on KLSX later that year.Howell appeared in the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man.After filming The Outsiders, Howell co-starred in his own television series, Two Marriages, which ended after four episodes, but letters of support got it back on air. Howell later expressed disappointment in the series,[11] but eventually found it more satisfying.
  • After Two Marriages, Howell made guest appearances in shows like Moonlighting and The Hitchhiker. In 2000, Howell played a doctor stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash in Amazon. He initially turned down a guest role in ER after missing out on a role he wanted, but his wife signed him up after yet another offer. Following ER, he guest appeared in 24. He guest starred in five episodes of Criminal Minds on CBS as serial killer George Foyet / The Boston Reaper, a recurring villain based on the Zodiac Killer.
  • Howell has played the role of Officer Bill 'Dewey' Dudek, a wild, loudmouth, but efficient police officer recovering from alcoholism, in the L.A. police drama Southland since 2009. He appeared in Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 and was promoted to a series regular for Season 5, which began in February 2013. The series was cancelled on May 10, 2013.
  • In 2011, he guest starred on The Glades and in Torchwood: Miracle Day.Howell has worked with Francis Ford Coppola many times and in other areas of making motion pictures including writing, producing, and directing. In 1995, he wrote and directed Hourglass, in which he starred with Sofia Shinas. The following year, he helped produce The Big Fall and Pure Danger. Howell did not write or direct another movie until 2004. He and his father co-wrote the made for television movie Hope Ranch and Howell produced the film as well. The film was a success and Howell went on to write and produce Blind Injustice the next year. Two years later he produced The Stolen Moments of September.In his single days, Howell shared a place with Darren Dalton, with whom he co-starred in The Outsiders, Red Dawn, and The Jailhouse. From 1989 to 1990, he was married to actress Rae Dawn Chong, his Soul Man co-star. He married Sylvie Anderson in 1992. They have three children: Isabelle (born February 17, 1993), Dashiell (born January 2, 1997), and Liam (born April 24, 2001). His family currently resides in Stevenson Ranch, California-

31 Days of Halloween 2017 - Movie #16

Starry Eyes (2014) is a super compelling thriller about an up and coming actress who makes a deal with the devil in order to get on the path to stardom. Alex Essoe is excellent in the lead role and totally embodies all the extremities of her characters personality and journey, her ambition, her self-hatred, her willingness to sacrifice herself for a false ideal. The tragedy that unfolds hits as hard as it does because we are so easily able to be on her side, even when she is doing horrible things to herself and others.

The movie plays like a dark showbiz drama for a while before delving fully into genre territory but that stuff is just as engaging as the blood and guts that follows. It’s really evocative of the grubbier side of Hollywood and does a fine job building a world of sad dreamers, competetive would-be starlets, and sleazy hangers-on. When the film does finally explode into horror, it does so with a vengeance, featuring revolting body horror, troubling, gory murders, and some memorable supernatural imagery.

It one of the most disturbing and affecting films I’ve watched this season. Given all this horrible business with Harvey Weinstein, the ‘predatory producers’ angle is all too relevant and timely, and the movie’s depiction of the whole shitty system and it’s effect on the individual is harrowing and sad. A very impressive film.

Dear reader: This is not going to be a cool introduction. Prepare yourself for nerdy confessions and heartwarming anecdotes as I try to capture what on earth we created in the making of Marvel’s Agent Carter, Season One. I will try not to slide into sentimentality. It will be hard. What I will reveal to you is that this show came out of the hearts and brains of many people whose talents, skills, and heard work are an inspirational sight to behold.

I remember sitting in the car with the co-president of Marvel Studios, our dear Louis D’Esposito. We were at Comic-Con in San Diego, and our twelve-minutes Agent Carter One Shot had just been shown to a very warm audience. He turned to me and casually asked, ‘So do you want to make a show?” I am guessing this question was a long time coming for him, and a response to all the fans who had taken Peggy into their hearts already.

I said, “No way would I want to do that, you crazy man.”

I’m kidding. In that moment it all changed for me. The rest is… well, I’ll tell you about it.

Cut to a year and a half later as I touch down in LAX. (That’s a year and a half of “will we or won’t we?”–I’m surprised I had any hair left!) I head straight to the studio, where a flurry of excited humans rushes around the Agent Carter production offices.

There’s no space or time to be nervous–this production is already under way, although principal photography doesn’t start for another two weeks. Two weeks of costume fittings with Gigi “we’ve imported buttons from Paris!” Ottobre-Melton; makeup tests (I think ‘Debra La Mia-Denaver’ might be the most glamorous name in showbiz); and hair dramas–”Your hair! Too dark! Argh!” shouts Peter Tothpal, our Hungarian Prince, with the naughtiest laugh on set. Finally, it’s all a go.

As we approach our first day of filming, Louis takes me aside and says, “This is all on you, now. You set the bar.” His eyes are smiling, but I’ve turned to jell-o. How will I pull this one off? I search for the answer, but I realize I’m asking the wrong question. A new one springs to mind: “What would Peggy do?”

She’d feel the fear and do it anyway. She would go in, guns blazing. She’s look out for her fellow man and woman. She’d be a team player. It was all there in the script. The raucous, riotous nerds of the writers room (hahahaha got you) had already birthed Peggy. They had their snacks, and their in-jokes and their “ideas board,” and they were led by Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas, the coolest gals of all. I was certainly not alone. No one would be on this set. We all had something to lose and a risk to take. We all wanted to make something we were proud of, that audiences would love–and we would have an absolute ball doing it.

And so, in late September, filming began.

And this is when the other actors arrived. Lyndsy Fonseca, Dominic Cooper, James D’Arcy–A.K.A. Angie Martinelli, Howard Stark, and Edwin Jarvis. It was a love fest. James and I had known each other since 2005, Dominic and I since 2006. Lyndsy was new to the clan, but she was immediately one of us–poised, energetic, committed.

Here’s the thing: Actors are social creatures–we thrive on interaction. We yearn for connection. In my experience, anyway. I remember having a break while they set up a shot and sitting outside the lot in wheely chairs with James. We rammed into each other and began improvising a scene between two made up characters. We decided they were an elderly married couple from the North of England who had severe bowel problems and were cantankerous old ninnies. Eric Pearson–who wrote “Bridge and Tunnel”–filmed our interaction and chair-duel. It turned out that my interactions with James created a chemistry on set that the writers took note of. Before long, our everyday banter found its way onto the pages of the script.

Five months passed quickly. Long hours rolled by, birthdays were missed, and children were conceived. The scenes completed, the feet sore, the eyes tired. But boy, did we have a hoot making this. I and of itself, it was a blast. What I wasn’t ready for was the impact.

Which takes me to now: typing this introduction on a plane home from the Middle East where I attended a vibrant comic convention and met enthusiastic fans. One of many beautiful young girls in traditional hijab came up to me to have her photo signed. Her green eyes glistened as she looked at me directly and asked, “Can you put ‘Women can be heroes, too’?” I met everyday heroines on this trip–ladies with a glow and a sparkle, a determination and a strength in the face of adversity.

We did have tremendous fun in the making of Agent Carter, but the positive effect–particularly on young women–is what I hold closest to my heart. I met a girl named Nada at the convention. She said, “Most people think my name means ‘Nothing,’ but in fact it means ‘dewdrop’ and ‘honesty’ in my culture.” Whatever happens in the future for Peggy, and the show, Season One and its small impact on young girls are a drop of positivity in our world. Peggy is an honest girl following her own moral compass in the face of adversity. She makes us strive to be better than we want to be. Thank you, Marvel, for letting me step into her high heels, apply her lipstick, and fight the good fight. For all you little Peggys out there, you are not alone. Go forth and kick ass.


Hayley Atwell

–from Agent Carter: Season One Declassified

They really REALLY want to bury babygate as much as possibile before issuing a denial, don’t they? As if more time passes, less attention it will bring on the general press because anyone will be already bored about it and focused on the latest showbiz drama.