I Eat Lens Flares For Breakfast.

September 20, 2014 at 12:38pm
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MYTHOS: SPIDER-MAN #1 (Aug. 2007)Art by Paolo Rivera 


MYTHOS: SPIDER-MAN #1 (Aug. 2007)
Art by Paolo Rivera 

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September 18, 2014 at 4:23pm
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Breakfast of champions.

Breakfast of champions.

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Ma p-p-poker face ma-ma poker face.

Ma p-p-poker face ma-ma poker face.

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'Now you kids with your loud music, and your Dan Fogelberg, your Zima, hula-hoops and Pac-Man video games, don't you see? People today have attention spans that can only be measured in nanoseconds!'

BASEKETBALL was on. You’re not not gonna watch BASEKETBALL.

Note: That girl came around again and she DID NOT like BASEKETBALL. SLEEPAWAY CAMP yes, BASEKETBALL no. What the hell?

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'…and the Road Warrior… He lives now, only in my memories.'

After I got out of seeing FELONY I had a missed call from a friend. As we usually text each other, having a missed call from this person is usually a sign of bad news. And it was. Probably some of the worst, out of no where, the world is a cruel, cruel place news I’ve ever recieved down the end of a phone. I’m still have no idea how to really put this whole thing into words. All I could do is go home and watch THE ROAD WARRIOR to take my mind off everything. This is why I fucking love movies so much, because for 2 hours I could pretend that a post-apocalyptic wasteland running low on fuel and high on crazies was the worst thing that could happen.

R.I.P. Kurt.

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'Father. Hero. Liar.'


How far will you go to avoid the truth, cover it up, or expose it? That’s the main theme raised in the best Australian crime thriller since ANIMAL KINGDOM. When Detective Malcolm Toohey (Joel Edgerton, who also wrote the damn thing) decides to drive home from the pub after celebrating a significant arrest, he clips a boy riding a bike and puts him in a coma. Instead of owning up to the accident, he calls in, but claims that he found the boy like that. The media and the rest of the force hail Malcolm as a hero, but one officer, Jim Melic (Jai Courtney) knows this shit is bogus and is on the hunt to reveal the truth, while Senior Detective Carl Summer (Tom Wilkinson) tries to keep it covered up. This movie is fucking fantastic not only due to the insanely good performances, but the fact that all the characters are extremely driven and flawed, and trying to be good even though their circumstances won’t always let them. Or sometimes the opposite. Joel Edgerton has done an amazing job crafting these fully fleshed out, seemingly real people. Probably gonna call this one of the best written films I’ve seen this year. REAL TALK.¬†

September 17, 2014 at 3:46pm
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'Hey, young man! You got knocked the fuck out!'

After SLEEPAWAY CAMP, NEXT FRIDAY came up on the Foxtel box, and being a high school era classic I just couldn’t not not watch NEXT FRIDAY. Also, it was the final straw for my bro and that girl and they bugged out so I don’t know what to think any more? Next time I need a mass exodus of the lounge room I guess I should put on ARE WE THERE YET?