Mother Cushing creation. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. This ghost was one of the most stunning in the movie. The mourning attire makes me grin it’s amazing, it’s detailed and the veil and bonnet are aesthetic weaknesses of mine anyway. Of course Doug Jones and Daviddtsfx (image source) and team did a fantastic job and it shows.
Because Danny was hit with the energy of the ENTIRE ghost zone when he became a halfa, he potentially has all the powers of every inhabitant of the ghost zone. But the thing I’m excited for are the little traits he’ll pick up because of this once he’s older and more developed. Maybe late twenties when his powers are in full maturity but a touch of youth still.
He suddenly has an interest in how his parents’ tech works. Every circuit, every button. People think it’s because he’s their son, or maybe Tucker? But no. It’s Technus.
He tends to give out amazing and specific advice because he understands how the average person’s brain works or thinks. Was it because of Jazz? Nah. Spectra knows how the mind works like the back of her hand.
He gets overly competitive during gym sometimes. Now he doesn’t hold back as much and doesn’t TRY to lose at anything. Was it Tetslaff? Dash? Nope, it’s Skulker.
He needs attention. He’s very emotional and needy. Whenever someone gets upset with him, he’ll try to fix it immediately. Did it come from his sister being so smart and achieving her goals while his grades are in the shitter so he has to be reassured and get constant confirmation that he isn’t a bother? Haha not even close. Klemper.
He takes a slight notice in botany now. Everyone assumes it’s to impress Sam, but by this point it’s apparent that Undergrowth is to blame.
Somehow he manages to recreate any melody he’s heard. Whether it’s tapping his pencil on his desk or fiddling with one of the band geeks instruments, he can make amazing music. Hidden talent or was it Ember?
While he struggles to fit in, he isn’t afraid to take charge and lead when necessary. However, he isn’t always the leader with a iron fist (though at times he can be). He often is understanding and guiding. A mentor but also a calculating machine. Where’d he get this? A combination of Paraiah Dark, the Ghost King and Frostbite, Leader of the Far Frozen.
He gets into interior decorating as well. Setting up the rooms so the furniture matches the paint’s accents. He loves drawers and closet space. Lowkey Box Ghost…
Speaking of, he’s like the lunch lady because he can cook up a storm. He makes the kitchen look like a natural disaster but the food is SO WORTH IT!
He never needs a GPS. Whenever going on long road trips, he somehow has a strong sense of direction. Animal instinct? Or an Animal’s Instinct? Wulf, mi amiko.
He’s stubborn. Sometimes playfully, sometimes painfully. Whenever he sinks his teeth into a thought, he won’t let it go. He’s such a dork sometimes. But he’s cute even if its annoying. Cujo.
He knows manners though. And when he’s talking to a superior he listens with the upmost respect. Its like he is afraid to so much as put a toe out of line. Fright Knight and Walker.
So he’s amazing at things like cooking and interior decorating but he isn’t any less masculine, because he still knows how to fix machinery and cars like magic. But it isn’t magic. It’s Johnny 13.
I havent been sitting on this for years btw. It just sorta flowed outta me.
In 1975, Diane Berthelot and her husband Peter, were visiting Worstead Church when Peter snapped this eerie photograph of his wife sitting on a church pew, seemingly not alone. When they showed the photograph to the priest, he informed them that the church had been haunted by a ghost referred to as the “White Lady” for the past 150 years. An early account of the White Lady is much more tragic. In 1830, a man climbed into the church belfry exclaiming he was going to kiss the White Lady. When he failed to reappear, his friends found him huddled in a corner shaking - “I’ve seen her. I’ve seen her” he muttered before dying.
Union Cemetery is a 400-year-old cemetery located in Easton, Connecticut, is a favourite of ghost hunters. Legend says that it is haunted by the ghost referred to as the “White Lady.” She is said to wear a white nightgown or a wedding dress and have long dark hair. People have reported witnessing her jumping out in front of cars but is most often seen wandering aimlessly through the cemetery and sometimes even sitting on top of the headstones. There are a number of theories as to what happened to the White Lady - one legend says that she was murdered after killing her husband while another says she died during childbirth.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we thought you might want some Poe Party Valentines to express your literary love. Perfect to share with that guy or gal down the street who never appreciates all the poems you write about them and all the ravens you send their way.
Bande à part(1964) directed by Jean-Luc Godard
2. Chungking Express (1994) directed by Wong Kar-wai
3. Pola X (1999) directed by Leos Carax 4.
In the Mood for Love (2000) directed by Wong Kar-wai
5. Ghost World (2001) directed by Terry Zwigoff 6.
Amélie (2001) directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
The Dreamers (2003) directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005) directed by Park Chan-wook
The Fall (2006) directed by Tarsem Singh
10. La belle personne (2008) directed Christophe Honoré