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We have decided how sad it is for other people that they cannot appreciate our genius.

Heavenly Creatures (1994)



thrandeuil:

“Evil’s just destructive? Then storms are evil, if it’s that simple. And we have fire, and there there’s hail. Underwriters lump it all under ‘Acts of God.” ― Thomas HarrisThe Silence of the Lambs

Anonymous: This is seriously my favourite place on tumblr. It's just unfortunate you haven't got any time to post more often :( Have you thought about taking another blogger on board to help?

Glad to hear! Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy tumbling :) And on adding another blogger, I think unfortunately no, because of my past experience of running a tumblr with one or several other people. :( I’ll soon get back to regular posts, but for the time being I would prefer to keep it a solo-run blog.

But thanks for the interest and thanks for your patronage.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind | Deleted Scenes 



— Prometheus (2012)

Hey filmfuckers, did you know?This is probably old news to the many Lana Del Rey fans on my blr, but I feel the need to acknowledge this awesomeness anyway. If you didn’t know already, the sultry singing starlet will be featured in Disney’s upcoming film Maleficent, covering “Once Upon a Dream” from the original animated Sleeping Beauty (1959) we all know and love. The song was originally performed by Mary Costa, who provided the operatic voice of Princess Aurora. Apparently Angelina Jolie, who stars as the titular character, suggested LDR for the job. You can listen to it here if you haven’t yet!Feel free to discuss:Are your prospects for the movie now higher knowing that such an awesome artist contributes to the mood with her music?How stoked are you that Lana is finally getting widespread recognition through her soundtrack work?

Hey filmfuckers, did you know?

This is probably old news to the many Lana Del Rey fans on my blr, but I feel the need to acknowledge this awesomeness anyway. If you didn’t know already, the sultry singing starlet will be featured in Disney’s upcoming film Maleficent, covering “Once Upon a Dream” from the original animated Sleeping Beauty (1959) we all know and love. The song was originally performed by Mary Costa, who provided the operatic voice of Princess Aurora. 

Apparently Angelina Jolie, who stars as the titular character, suggested LDR for the job. You can listen to it here if you haven’t yet!

Feel free to discuss:
Are your prospects for the movie now higher knowing that such an awesome artist contributes to the mood with her music?
How stoked are you that Lana is finally getting widespread recognition through her soundtrack work?

Anonymous: Really sorry to get off topic like this but, did getting your IUD actually hurt that much? I'm hoping to get a Paraguard or Mirena in 2 months and I've heard bad things :S

Don’t worry about getting off topic as I’ve gotten a couple other asks and also a reply about the same thing so I’ll just answer it anyhow. This is the one token time I guess I get to post an /actual/ personal post. ;)

To begin with, I’m nulliparous (never given birth) and I already can’t handle passing small clots. To top it off like I said, I can’t stand pain. The part of the insertion where the IUD was put in was just a unique kind of uncomfortable, kind of like your run-of-the-mill pap test. What really fucking hurt was the tool that the doctor used to manipulate my cervix, which was like pincers, but it only lasted about 10-15 seconds. If you have no complications afterward and along the way, it will be WELL worth it. 

Being that it’s so sensitive, I guess you could say my uterine nerves were traumatized. I started getting very severe cramps, and also had difficulty breathing, started sweating and eventually I did puke after which it all started to calm down. But I have done reading and this is not always a typical experience… this episode thankfully only lasted about an hour, and I have not had any similar problems since. I’ve been told it takes the body about a half a year to adjust to it, since it is a foreign object that shouldn’t be there in the first place. If you react badly to it, it is only your body’s way of determining whether it will accept it or not (hopefully, as expulsion from the uterus can be hectic to deal with). 

You say you’re getting a Mirena or a Paragard. I live in Canada, and mine is a French brand called Liberté, which is not approved for use in the US, but what I do know is that those two brands (specifically the Mirena) have been known to cause complications for many women. So my advice is to talk to your OBGYN or your GP to find out what’s best for you. I think insight into your menstrual and/or general health history can really help a doctor determine the best course of action and also to avoid any problems you may run into so don’t back down when you have a consultation.

Also be aware of the contraindictions of whatever IUD you think you might use - for instance make sure you’re not allergic to copper if you want to go for the copper IUD, and don’t go for a hormonal one if you can’t take hormones. That sort of thing. Join an IUD community of some sort for more accurate testimonials. There’s a good one called IUD Divas that’s run on Livejournal and I encourage you to check it out.

Always happy to help a fellow tumblr user. :)

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I have zero pain tolerance. God help me if I ever have the courage to birth kids. So, I got an IUD. If you don’t know what that is, I’ll just describe it as a VERY painful procedure for women. And let’s just say this scene was pretty much re-enacted on the way home, minus the blood and guts.Spoiler: Unfortunately my mother wasn’t quite as consoling as Mr. White. The fact that I puked all over the car didn’t help. :xReservoir Dogs (1992)

I have zero pain tolerance. God help me if I ever have the courage to birth kids. So, I got an IUD. If you don’t know what that is, I’ll just describe it as a VERY painful procedure for women. And let’s just say this scene was pretty much re-enacted on the way home, minus the blood and guts.

Spoiler: Unfortunately my mother wasn’t quite as consoling as Mr. White. The fact that I puked all over the car didn’t help. :x

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

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the-flayedman:

fr33kinmatt:

filmfuck:

Today Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is 10 years old. How the time flies, right?

Time for Kill Bill 3 where Nikkia comes back to get revenge on Beatrix.

I’ve been waiting for some word on that, if they are gonna do it or not cuz he talked about doin it.

It’s been talked about for a while, and I think Quentin was in a rush to get it developed and casted because he worried about the actors aging as more time passed. The latest development I read in 2012, and I believe it’s that Kill Bill 3 has been shelved and subsequently will not be happening :(
http://ca.ign.com/articles/2012/12/12/no-kill-bill-3-for-tarantino

the-flayedman:

fr33kinmatt:

filmfuck:

Today Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is 10 years old. How the time flies, right?

Time for Kill Bill 3 where Nikkia comes back to get revenge on Beatrix.

I’ve been waiting for some word on that, if they are gonna do it or not cuz he talked about doin it.

It’s been talked about for a while, and I think Quentin was in a rush to get it developed and casted because he worried about the actors aging as more time passed. The latest development I read in 2012, and I believe it’s that Kill Bill 3 has been shelved and subsequently will not be happening :(

http://ca.ign.com/articles/2012/12/12/no-kill-bill-3-for-tarantino

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Hey filmfuckers, did you know? At first, Terrence Howard turned down the lead role of DJay in Hustle and Flow, stating that he didn’t want to play an archetypal black pimp. Upon reading the treatment and realizing that the character was dynamic, he changed his mind. Prior to production, Terrence also lived in Memphis to obtain a strong accent, and he also interviewed prostitutes and pimps over a period of two years to get an idea of their struggles and lifestyles. 

Hey filmfuckers, did you know? 

At first, Terrence Howard turned down the lead role of DJay in Hustle and Flow, stating that he didn’t want to play an archetypal black pimp. Upon reading the treatment and realizing that the character was dynamic, he changed his mind. Prior to production, Terrence also lived in Memphis to obtain a strong accent, and he also interviewed prostitutes and pimps over a period of two years to get an idea of their struggles and lifestyles. 

Inactivity? Well, this is embarrassing. :S

For those who have been wondering where the promised queue posts are, don’t worry. I haven’t up and left tumblr. A few weeks ago I scanned my laptop with Malwarebytes, and found about 500 virus files, some of which were in my C: drive and ended up damaging components of Windows. After attempting a hidden partition which failed to reinstall the OS, it was decided my computer had been fried and needed to be sent in to Best Buy to be fixed. At the moment, I have to share an ancient, lagging machine running XP with my mother, who is a full-time student as well as my two brothers who will sit glued to anything with a blaring screen for hours on end. Long story short, there won’t be much, if anything going on until my laptop is fixed.

I haven’t forgotten about filmfuck, just falling on some hard times. :) I hope my loyal followers understand the need for this extended hiatus.

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Hey filmfuckers, did you know?The ‘B’ necklace that Natalie Portman wears as Anne Boleyn in The Other Boleyn Girl was also a prop used in the ABC show Ugly Betty.

Hey filmfuckers, did you know?

The ‘B’ necklace that Natalie Portman wears as Anne Boleyn in The Other Boleyn Girl was also a prop used in the ABC show Ugly Betty.

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Today Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is 10 years old. How the time flies, right?

Today Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is 10 years old. How the time flies, right?

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