wilderness bros

I finished playing alan wake and I can officially confirm it’s my favourite horror/psychological thriller game ☠️💕I can’t describe how good it is because I’m still a little impressed by the ending and comprehending the story but it has every aspect I consider of my liking when thinking of a good terror “something”, either it’s a game, book or movie. just like alan mentions somewhere, it’s like going inside stephen king’s mind discovering what’s inside. it reminded me of silent hill at times. oh and I read comments saying it resembles a bit to twin peaks too, I have to give that series a try! anyways, I’m very surprised with the great taste it left me, thought I wouldn’t like it this much and I gotta admit… in some parts I had /real/ fear, and I have to give the game extra points for that because it’s hard for me to get scared nowadays (apart from jumpscares). so yeah, 10/10 game, now to the dlcs! I’m at the beginning of “the signal”, heard “american nightmare” is very good too, I’m hype <3


Olivia de Havilland and Charles Boyer in Hold Back the Dawn (Dir. Mitchell Leisen, Screenplay. Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder, 1941)

“Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder had Olivia in mind for the pat of Emma, but they knew it would take subterfuge to get her from Jack Warner, who still showed no signs of promoting her career. They also knew he never loaned players unless he needed someone.
The actor Warner wanted at this time was Paramount’s Fred MacMurray, to co-star Errol Flynn in Dive Bomber, but the Paramount executives played it very cool when Warner read the list of his available talent. They made no reaction to the mention of Olivia’s name, but some days later called Warner to say that she would do, since they had to have somebody in order to start production. Thus Warner was tricked into giving them precisely the actress they wanted at no direct cost.”
- Tony Thomas, The Films of Olivia de Havilland