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Final Girls #16 - Wendy Torrance
Shudder's The Medium (2021)
The Medium follows a woman named Nim who talks about her experiences becoming a “Medium” for a goddess revered by the local people in the Isan region of Thailand. According to Nim, the goddess is considered a “good” deity. The film is shot like a documentary with several camera operators following the subjects they interview closely. This becomes almost intrusive later in the movie, which is…
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Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
I remember vividly the first time that I read Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. It was the same year in childhood that I read Dracula and The Invisible Man. Probably when I was about twelve. More than anything, Frankenstein blew my tiny mind. Shelley’s morbid descriptions of corpse parts and the philosophy and metaphors really caught my mind. The idea of man creating man and subverting the natural…
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if anyone wanted to know what my sleep paralysis demons looked like here ya go
# WELCOME TO TOWN - appless horror - y roleplay, set in an eerie small town, taking slight inspiration from ' stardew valley ' and european mythology on witches + witchcraft. miles and miles away lies a small, bustling town that you cannot find on a single map. care to pay a visit ?
visit us now .
𝖔𝖓𝖊, 𝖙𝖜𝖔 𝖙𝖍𝖊𝖞'𝖗𝖊 𝖈𝖔𝖒𝖎𝖓𝖌 𝖋𝖔𝖗 𝖞𝖔𝖚..
You know of the scary stories they tell in the dark, right? You know to never say the name three times in front of a mirror. You know to not whistle when walking alone at night. You know to check under your bed before you turn off the lights. You’ve heard of the urban legends. Hell, you’ve probably been dared to do some of them. But what happens when the urban legends are just excuses? What happens when some parts of humanity see them as a cover?
…𝖙𝖍𝖗𝖊𝖊, 𝖋𝖔𝖚𝖗 𝖌𝖔 𝖑𝖔𝖈𝖐 𝖞𝖔𝖚𝖗 𝖉𝖔𝖔𝖗
In 1985, Springwood, Ohio opened its doors to residents who weren’t afraid of the boogey man. This was a retaliation to Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street. It worked for the meantime. There was no Freddy Krueger haunting people’s nightmares. There was no Bloody Mary waiting to pop out of their bathroom vanity. There was no reason to keep the light on. Scary stories were just that. Stories. But now it’s 2021 and there are those that are getting bored.
What happens when you find out that monsters are real? But they’re not under your bed. Sometimes monsters live inside people’s heads.
fearshq is a roleplay based off of the residents from the fictional town of springwood, ohio. this rp focuses on character development, plot drops, and connection building to fully incorporate the storyline. we accept apps every saturday. we need (lucky number) thirteen muns to open for interactions! click our source link to be re-directed to our main page!
the golden apple: city of opportunities; kairos looks down upon the city with more love than any other, with everything to show about it. it might be the flourishing and divergent neighborhoods in the residential area that gets you, or is it the high rises in downtown manhattan, the ones that kiss the skyline with their neon lights, the CEOs and CFOs argue numbers with whatever men and women in button ups and ties they bought for too much money, or maybe it’s the small sandwich shop in brooklyn that’ll get you, the one that knows you by your first name, making every sandwich for lunch from the day you started kindergarten.
you would never be able to tell that this city was a BATTLE GROUND of species, one that left some to be wanting more, yearning for revenge against the one’s who wronged them all those years ago. there’s turf wars, of course, between species; because what city doesn’t have them ?
BUT anyone who knows anything, knows the real opportunities lie beyond the daytime life of new york, through the passing glances those families who live in the hills or in the high rises that you so desperately want to be in, of those who hold their head high — or maybe hang it in shame — through crimson drenched souls, stinking of death and iron, or those who sharpen their weapons just to feel the blade in their hands, or the ones whose tarot cards are a little too accurate, or maybe it’s just that one person you can’t put your finger down on what exactly the hell is wrong with them.
is an appless, plotless, original character supernatural based rpg in new york city that focuses on character development and small plot drops & events to move the story forward.
I am the sun
good morning I had a nightmare
Please enjoy this terrible meme i made during lunch break
Horror games genuinely become 10x less scary after you've died a few times. Like the monster shows up and you're just "not this bitch again👺"
∘₊✧──────✧₊∘ WELCOME TO SHRIKE MALL !!
── ✧₊∘ shrike heights, colorado, u.s.a. ─ 1987.
less than two weeks after the malls long-awaited opening, a girl is found dead outside of her place of employment, along with a victim who survived just long enough to give a description of the attacker to the local law enforcement. what the townspeople of shrike heights hadn't expected, was that this wouldn't be an isolated incident. nor is the killer working alone. shrikehq is a mature, horror, oc rp set in 1987 in the fictional town of shrike heights, colorado. based primarily in the newly constructed shrike mall, employees attempt to continue working there and living in the small town while it’s plagued with mysterious, seemingly invulnerable killers. we attempt to keep writers captivated with consistent plot drops involving our muses and the killers, and we aim to create an inclusive, diverse environment for writers’ to focus on character development and relationship building amongst the chaos in shrike heights.
accepting applications + open for interactions !
While I still firmly believe that Mike Flanagan could have and should have written Ali in that boat with Leeza and Warren, I am glad that the writers were kind enough give us some form of comfort. In a story that creates a community of morally grey characters, I love the contrast between Sharif and Father Paul. Both are very religious community leaders and arguably reasonable and non-judgmental about the “stains” of their community at first but who go in two different directions and are ultimately “spared” and “punished” for it in the final moments.
You have Sharif — whose morals, beliefs and utter transparent honesty with every person that comes his way regardless of their history and carries out a duty to serve the community, even if that community shuns him for it.
And then there’s Father Paul — who’s as transparent as mud with his honesty, and whose ultimate motivations were self-serving despite his gospels and monologues expressing that his actions were for the community at large.
And then it all comes down to these two moments. These scenes where the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind is the phrase we’ve always heard in life. The “no parent should have to outlive their child.”
And Sharif is spared from that horror while Father Paul is forced to witness it, forced to feel it as his daughter willingly dies in his arms.
And both are so tragic in their own ways but it’s also very subtle and beautifully done. That being said, I think a cinematic parallel to Riley’s final moments in which Sharif’s wife / Ali’s mom joins them in prayer as the sun rises over the water would have been more satisfying and easy to add while not taking away from the moment. Even if I believe there were other ways to write their fates that didn’t involve Ali dying.
Sigh. Ok. Ok. Ok. Ok.
Childbirth via transporter
I am watching a Voyager episode (Deadlock) in which a woman in labor had a complication, and they ended up transporting the baby out. Leading me to wonder -- why the heck do women still have to go through long, difficult labors (including 96 hours for Tuvok's wife, apparently) if that is an option?!
LES YEUX SANS VISAGE (1960, France) (Eng: Eyes Without A Face) Directed by: Georges Franju