Episode 8: I Robot, You Jane
- 1:30 AM, 3/16/13
- 1:32 AM, 3/16/13
I’m already excited
Episode 3: Witch
I’m debating tackling an episode before my shift ends since work is slow and today has been bananas
like the kind of bananas you would only use for banana bread
only you don’t know how to make banana bread
after you write banana a few times, it starts to look really stupid
Two years ago, I made the decision to start watching Buffy The Vampire Slayer. I had only seen two episodes in the past as a youth – I always had found it to be a little on the scary side (I also found The Faculty to be TERRIFYING as a child so I didn’t have a very high tolerance for “scary” things) so I avoided it.
just an example of how Buffy is truly a spine-tingling piece of 90’s horror
WARNING: this post contains text that is sexual in nature but not sexy in the slightest. Also, England gets mocked a lot.
I’m not sure when I first heard tell of Kissing Sherlock Holmes but it started gaining some notoriety online as “published fanfiction” and, more specifically, “published slash fanfiction.”
For those of you not in the know, here is urban dictionary‘s definition of fanfiction:
Fanfiction is when someone takes either the story or characters (or both) of a certain piece of work, whether it be a novel, tv show, movie, etc, and create their own story based on it.
And here is their definition of slash:
Genre of fanfiction involving pairing two male or female characters together; characters are commonly shown with a slash in between
I started watching this movie about two years ago and never finished it because it was, honest to god, one of the worst things I’ve ever seen. Here’s the trailer:
That music playing in the background? Plays basically THE WHOLE TIME. It’s a nightmare. I may try to finish this “film” someday but I don’t know if I can stomach it.
To be honest, I barely even remember what it was about and, after looking through the liveblog I did, I don’t think I knew even when I was watching it. I guess there’s a cat and the cat talks and is voiced by Eric Roberts, brother of Julia Roberts:
the face of a man who has lost all hope
so my friend gave me a copy of a movie I’ve been wanting to see ever since I first heard of it
it’s a little movie called…