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Amy D - Comic Book Consumer. Filmophile. Wants to be a robot.

bettydraperlookingpissed:

Fast and the Furious 7: Betty Draper Drift

chicagogeek:

In early 1919 family and friends gathered in the living room of the Hemingway home in Oak Park to celebrate the return of Ernest (center, under the flag and his parents) from Europe, where he served driving an ambulance in Italy during World War I.
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chicagogeek:

In early 1919 family and friends gathered in the living room of the Hemingway home in Oak Park to celebrate the return of Ernest (center, under the flag and his parents) from Europe, where he served driving an ambulance in Italy during World War I.

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Tagged with:  #ernest hemingway  #oak park
directorscuts:

Love it. Just needs Roman’s bloody handprint on the floor. Well done. 
dixxiemae:

HEMLOCK GROVE ILLUSTRATION
Warning: The above illustration isn’t necessarily graphic but depicts a mature/sexual situation that some of my followers may not like, so I’m just saying, scroll past if it’s not for you.
For the rest of you that are familiar with this, yes, this depicts one of the first scenes from season one of Hemlock Grove. I’m about to start watching the second season, so was inspired to make an illustration based on one of my favorite parts. I’m going to do another variation of this scene and will be posting that soon enough. Hopefully others can appreciate this too.
(Mr. Roth, if you need a personal illustrator, I’ll be around. Just saying.)
Brooke Hernando (Dixxie Mae Graphics), 2014.

directorscuts:

Love it. Just needs Roman’s bloody handprint on the floor. Well done. 

dixxiemae:

HEMLOCK GROVE ILLUSTRATION

Warning: The above illustration isn’t necessarily graphic but depicts a mature/sexual situation that some of my followers may not like, so I’m just saying, scroll past if it’s not for you.

For the rest of you that are familiar with this, yes, this depicts one of the first scenes from season one of Hemlock Grove. I’m about to start watching the second season, so was inspired to make an illustration based on one of my favorite parts. I’m going to do another variation of this scene and will be posting that soon enough. Hopefully others can appreciate this too.

(Mr. Roth, if you need a personal illustrator, I’ll be around. Just saying.)

Brooke Hernando (Dixxie Mae Graphics), 2014.

Tagged with:  #lipstick

Awesome artwork by Sylvain Sarrailh

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mpdrolet:

Ernest Hemingway, hunting trip, Sun Valley, 1941
Robert Capa

mpdrolet:

Ernest Hemingway, hunting trip, Sun Valley, 1941

Robert Capa

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Tagged with:  #ernest hemingway  #beefcake

todbrowning said: what horror movies do you like?

oldfilmsflicker:

here’s the list I made last time: http://oldfilmsflicker.com/post/33900721490/wow-i-cant-believe-i-dont-know-the-answer-to-this

I’d also add Mad Love and ReAnimator and maybe a few others that I watched the past two Octobers

Found more Joe Hill/Stephen King world references.
Started Doctor Sleep yesterday, and Dick talks about his grandfather telling him that Charles Manx is going to take him away in his fancy black car (a references to the villain in NOS4A2). 
It also reminded me that there’s a mention of the Overlook Hotel and it’s demise in Misery. Can’t wait to see what other tidbits of King/Hill/etc. mythology I’ll find as I keep reading.
roboticdinos:

Can we talk about this map in Joe Hill’s NOS4A2? 
The picture is kind of crappy, but look how many references there are in this map alone:
Lovecraft Key - Locke & Key
The Treehouse of the Mind - Horns
Pennywise Circus - I can only imagine this refers to IT, although I’ve never read it.
I am not ashamed to admit that I stood up after seeing this map and screamed at my book, “WHAT?!”
On Wikipedia they list some other connections between this book and other Joe Hill novels. Moral of this post: I am afraid of living in Joe Hill’s world.

Found more Joe Hill/Stephen King world references.

Started Doctor Sleep yesterday, and Dick talks about his grandfather telling him that Charles Manx is going to take him away in his fancy black car (a references to the villain in NOS4A2). 

It also reminded me that there’s a mention of the Overlook Hotel and it’s demise in Misery. Can’t wait to see what other tidbits of King/Hill/etc. mythology I’ll find as I keep reading.

roboticdinos:

Can we talk about this map in Joe Hill’s NOS4A2? 

The picture is kind of crappy, but look how many references there are in this map alone:

  • Lovecraft Key - Locke & Key
  • The Treehouse of the Mind - Horns
  • Pennywise Circus - I can only imagine this refers to IT, although I’ve never read it.

I am not ashamed to admit that I stood up after seeing this map and screamed at my book, “WHAT?!”

On Wikipedia they list some other connections between this book and other Joe Hill novels. Moral of this post: I am afraid of living in Joe Hill’s world.

brookeallen:

I find after I get several crack caffeine sketches out of the way the rest of the day is smooth sailing. 

brookeallen:

I find after I get several crack caffeine sketches out of the way the rest of the day is smooth sailing. 

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Tagged with:  #outdoors