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Took this which cult film are you quiz and I got donnie darko.  Spot on!

Took this which cult film are you quiz and I got donnie darko. Spot on!




A 1982 roundtable discussion with David Cronenberg, John Carpenter, and John Landis.

Here we have a thoroughly engaging roundtable featuring John Carpenter, John Landis, and a very young David Cronenberg from 1982. The group was gathered to talk for half an hour about their careers in the horror genre. Cronenberg, especially, is no stranger to controversy, and he talks at length about the sexual and violent themes that permeate his early films (and would continue on through much of his later work). Some highlights — and there are many — include Landis admitting he spent a full week on the An American Werewolf In London transformation scene and Cronenberg discussing the upsetting sight of a 3-year old girl attending a screening of Shivers. Also notable is that this discussion was filmed before two major achievements/masterpieces — The Thing for Carpenter and Videodrome for Cronenberg — and there is a sort of unspeakable gratification in knowing that the best is yet to come. It is a rare thing to see such major creative minds at, arguably, the very pinnacle of their output. —The Seventh Art

Here’s six of the Horror world’s leading figures dine together. Hosted by Clive Barker  with guests John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Ramsey Campbell, Lisa Tuttle and Pete Atkins. Aired in 1990.

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I was living in a state of was perpetual deja vu, everywhere I went I felt like I already been there. It was like following a invisible man. The smell of dry blood, dirty foot prints circling each other, that aroma of old sweat like fried chicken, the feel of a floor still warm the fight the night before.

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It’s that thing when you’re with someone, and you love them and they know it, and they love you and you know it… but it’s a party… and you’re both talking to other people, and you’re laughing and shining… and you look across the room and catch each other’s eyes… but - but not because you’re possessive, or it’s precisely sexual… but because… that is your person in this life. And it’s funny and sad, but only because this life will end, and it’s this secret world that exists right there in public, unnoticed, that no one else knows about. It’s sort of like how they say that other dimensions exist all around us, but we don’t have the ability to perceive them. That’s - That’s what I want out of a relationship. Or just life, I guess.

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This excellent dad joke was hidden in the credits of Pulp Fiction


This excellent dad joke was hidden in the credits of Pulp Fiction


‘be my friend’ i whisper as i continue to reblog yet another post from you

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“I was just running around with my crazy curly hair, and all the rich girls made fun of me because they said I didn’t brush my hair enough.” - Natasha (on being bullied in school)

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Endless list of favourite movies » Fight Club
↳ “And then, something happened. I let go. Lost in oblivion. Dark and silent and complete. I found freedom. Losing all hope was freedom.”


“It’s just murder. All God’s creatures do it. You look in the forests and you see species killing other species, our species killing all species including the forests, and we just call it industry, not murder”   - Natural Born Killers (1994)