In Oz: Twins
* An escalation by BeautifulExperience *
This one is amazing.
Twins! This was my first thought, and I can't stop staring at both of you. And there is this immense power and beauty in the eyes of your cat. She's really a wild one.
In Oz: AmesdalinIn Oz: Amesdalin
* Eine Eskalation von Beau Cyphre *
Manchmal begegnet man Gesichtern, die einen unglaublich beeindrucken, und bei dir war ich von Anfang an begeistert. Du bist so viel mehr als auf platte Weise "schön", und in deinen Augen scheint etwas zu sein, das vielen anderen abgeht: Feuer und echte Leidenschaft. Ich will hier nicht auf deine faszinierenden Cosplays eingehen, weil ich sonst diesem Porträt nicht gerecht werden kann, aber würde ich nur dieses Porträt von dir kennen, ginge ich davon aus, dass diese Frau ganz schnell in ganz vielen Rollen zuhause sein kann. Für mich hast du etwas von einer Gestaltwandlerin, und darum liebe ich es, in deine Bilder einzutauchen und das zu genießen, was du uns zeigst. Du öffnest Türen, und du zeigst uns Welten. Ja, ich glaube, Fantasie ist wie für dich gemacht.
the flow 10 (drive)
the flow 10 (drive)
* An escalation by Louis Cyphre *
From the east it's not too far to the west - at least if you're traveling by plane. Canada's a giant, and so we wanted to drive a giant's car. We chose a Jeep Grand Cherokee, and this Jeep became our favorite car ever, 'cause when we left Downtown Vancouver for the Sea to Sky Highway it felt so incredibly powerful that driving was like flying up the streets to Whistler and beyond.
the flow 8 (move)
the flow 8 (move)
* An escalation by Louis Cyphre *
Moving to Toronto is easy: I just close my eyes and I'm there. When I close my eyes I open them in a dream, and dreams always become reality if you believe. I do.
I do believe we're connected to places as much as to human beings and everything alive, and 'cause everything's alive our souls remember all the beats and beams we felt intense enough to create this inner map that lets us travel really fast everywhere we want to.
So I travel, and I do it now. I travel with the speed of light and get the feeling of being in a car driving fast along the shore area of Lake Ontario, my eyes now at the skyline of a place like no other. Here I start.
the flow 1 (play)
the flow 1 (play)
* Eine Eskalation von Louis Cyphre *
Alles von oben zu sehen, ist einzigartig. Ich hätte niemals damit gerechnet, es zu tun, denn zu lange hatte ich so schreckliche Angst davor, in ein Flugzeug zu steigen, dass ich überzeugt war, es nie zu tun. Aber dank Corazon führte London zu New York, und jetzt bin ich über den kanadischen Rocky Mountains, und ich bewege mich mit einer unglaublichen Geschwindigkeit. Ich weiß nicht, wie es funktioniert, dass sich dieses so irrsinnig schwere Flugzeug beinahe zehn Stunden lang in der Luft halten kann, und ich will nicht zu sehr darüber nachdenken, welche Technik dafür nötig ist und wieviele Schaltkreise perfekt aufeinander abgestimmt sein müssen, um dieses Wunder zu vollbringen. Ich will nur weiter nach unten schauen auf diese riesigen schneebedeckten Gipfel, während ich zu begreifen versuche, dass es jetzt in Deutschland schon tiefste Nacht ist.
363 (Daimon)363 (Daimon)
Zunächst mal Danke für deine tolle und sehr spannende Antwort zum Thema "Talent", und nochmal sorry, dass es mit meiner Antwort jetzt doch so lange gedauert hat. Tanja und ich hatten Besuch übers Pfingstwochenende, und Annette und Sabrina (unsere besten Freundinnen) sind sehr agil, was gemeinsame Unternehmungen angeht .
Nach allem, was du geschrieben hast: Ich werde dich nicht wiederholen. Lass uns das Wort Talent mal ganz vergessen, denn wie alles, was aus Buchstaben aufgebaut ist, ist es nur das: Ein Wort, nichts weiter.
Was ich eigentlich meine, ist das, was Gustav Meyrink mal als den daimon beschrieben hat, dieses Unbegreifliche in dir, das dich antreibt und dich Dinge tun lässt, Dinge anstreben und verwirklichen lässt, die niemand auf die gleiche Weise tun kann wie du.
Arbeit, ja. Arbeit ist das, was wir aufwenden müssen, um den Rohdiamanten zu schleifen. Aber der Rohdiamant ist da, und ich behaupte, dass der Rohdiamant darauf drän
Some Girls Lie They're Never LostSome Girls Lie They're Never Lost
* A poem by Beau Cyphre *
Snow White is a beautiful girl
Did her best to turn my world
Made my clan a fabulous place
Took her horses to the race
Rode this stallion face to face
Snow White is a nasty girl
She's living in a nasty world
Made my heart beat face to face
Let my thoughts spin in a race
Whispering words I never gave
My angel's secret kingdom's tower
Rain is falling like a thunder shower
Snow White found her prince in Oz
Some girls lie they're never lost
Hearts beat fast they're made to last
American Psycho - Return of October-a-Thon
Released in 2000 under the direction of Mary Harron ("The Notorious Bettie Page," "Six Feet Under") with distribution through Lions Gate Films on a budget of $7 million; "American Psycho" is a psychological black comedy based on the controversial novel of the same name by Bret Easton Ellis. Upon it's release, the film was met with polarizing reaction from the film-going audience, half hailing it as a smart and witty slam on yuppie culture with a fantastic actor in the lead role, the other, dismissing it as a pretentious mess and a poor adaptation of Ellis' sharp satire that took the joke too literally. Thanks to the miracle of technology, the film found life on DVD and grew a cult following that appreciated the film's jab at male vanity and a sardonic look at 1980's greed and materialism.
And yes, before you even comment below, I was quoting the FunnyOrDie parody they did with Huey Lewis and Weird Al making fun of that scene.
In what may be 1987 New York City, 27 year-old wealthy inves
LOK: The Coronation Review
Hey everyone. Here’s the review of the latest Korra episode, and this time the day before and not nearly a week after! Without further ado, let’s delve into the new episodes!
What I Liked
Good Ol’ Toph
God, who DIDN’T feel a little bit nostalgic during this episode?
It was an absolute delight watching Toph be...Toph in all her badass glory. It made me realise just how different she was in the flashback scenes as the Chief of Police. Understandable, she’s a professional and a figure of authority, so she HAS to be more reserved, but seeing her now makes it clear how much happier she is now that she’s retired.
It really did feel like we were watching ATLA once again. Toph’s carefree and stubborn playfulness is just like it was when she was a child, but now she has the wisdom of someone who has lived a full life. Despite her impolite and thuggish way of treating Korra, everything she said was spot on and everything wa
SithVamp Reviews: Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School
Welcome back to the SithVamp Halloween SpecDracular! Who’s not familiar with Scooby-Doo? He, just like Mickey Mouse, the Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry or Popeye, is one of the most famous cartoon characters ever. And since his franchise has to do with monsters, this year’s SithVamp Halloween SpecDracular will include a Scooby-Doo movie. My most favorite one: Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School!
Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School came out in 1988. The movie opens with Shaggy, Scooby, and (unfortunately) Scrappy driving in the rain in a van that’s not the Mystery Machine, to the school: the Grimwood Girl School. When they get there, they meet the school’s principal, Mrs. Grimwood and her pet, a hot-tempered dragon called Matches.
Then Mrs. Grimwood introduces Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy to the students in the school: Elsa Frankenteen a Frankenstein Monster girl, Dracula’s daughter Sibella, a little werewolf called Winnie, a ghost girl named Phantasma and last but not
FILLERWEEN-ALIEN 3 (1992)
A cold war metaphor, an alien army. Corporal Hicks at the main antagonist, an opening where the crew of the Sulaco killed off by xenomorphs. Ripley being in a coma, xenomorphs on Earth. A wooden planet run by monks. A prison planet run by inmates. It’s no secret that the third installment in the Alien franchise was one of the most troubled films to ever be created, with 20th Century Fox demanding a release date in 1992, with the story beginning to take shape in 1989.
Alien 3 is often credited as “the most hated sequel”, due to it’s troubled production and downright depressing feel when it was released in 1992, under the ‘direction’ of then newcomer David Fincher. Yet for one seeing the film following the 1986 James Cameron film, you couldn’t help but notice something was off. And when looking up the film’s troubled production, you’d be shocked to see how many stages the film went through, how many story ideas were thrown around, how
Van Helsing Nview - Return of October-a-Thon Pt 1
Inside a large laboratory full of strange odd and ends, there is a table with a bloody sheet covering what looks like a body, though it's feet poke out, revealing grey Coverse shoes. A few meters from this body is a large container with liquid bubbling and a human brain inside, attached to wires that connect to differing devices.
Staring at this brain is a scientist who, despite all the colors in his lab, has skin tone that resembles the film grain of a black-and-white movie. He pushes his glasses onto his nose as he places one final plug into the brain before he turns to his computer and pushes a button, sending energy to the brain, that twitches slightly from the power running through it.
Scientist: "Come on, speak to me…" (he looks at a computer screen monitor separate from him that shows a text line. After a moment, the monitor fills with words.)
Monitor: "wh-what's going on? Why can't I see or hear anything?"
Scientist: (he grins) "Success! Ah ha!!" (he pulls up his keyboard
"Ernest Hemingway once wrote, 'The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.' I agree with the second part."
Since Gone Girl has been released recently, why not take a look at a David Fincher film before I even see it?
Yeah, who would have thought back in 1995 after Alien 3 would the guy prove himself to be a stellar filmmaker in his own right? I'm pretty sure there were some smart alecks who thought, "The guy who made Alien 3 is making another film? I doubt it'll be any good." And I'm sure said smart alecks ate their words upon viewing the film. Since this film, the man certainly has built up an army of admirers and a stellar resume of sorts. He's probably one of the most, if not THE most successful director who went from filming music videos and commercials to feature films. I was introduced to Se7en, well actually I had heard about it before but I'm talking about the film this October as Se7en was brought up among the Horror film resume on the featurette on the Infinifilm Editio