01 6 / 2013

it8bit:

8-Bit Howl’s Moving Castle
Created by Zoë Nowak
Shirts and prints available for purchase at Redbubble

it8bit:

8-Bit Howl’s Moving Castle

Created by Zoë Nowak

Shirts and prints available for purchase at Redbubble

(via thisistheverge)

27 5 / 2013

The above link is to my boyfriend’s recently established website. Archive Seven is a blog which aims to host game reviews and other related content.

It’s got everything from emulator information, reviews about indie games, homebrew, PC gaming and plenty more. 

He’s also looking for like-minded gamers to get involved by registering and sharing their own content. So if it’s something that you’re interested in then get involved.

The website is a work in progress but with others getting involved then it will soon be a growing online community.

You can follow Archive Seven on Twitter, @archiveseven or check him out on Facebook.

02 5 / 2013

This got shared on my Facebook today. What an amazing project to undertake. Such a beautiful way to document the changes of ageing. 

31 3 / 2013

littlemovienerd:

BEFORE MIDNIGHT TRAILER YOU GUYS, I THINK I JUST EXPLODED

NB. Big spoilers for those who haven’t yet seen Before Sunrise or Before Sunset.  If you fall into that category, I cannot recommend these films highly enough to you, go forth and watch.

09 3 / 2013

26 2 / 2013

nomorepage3:

We love this brilliant cartoon by Jacky Fleming cartoon!

nomorepage3:

We love this brilliant cartoon by Jacky Fleming cartoon!

25 2 / 2013

littlemovienerd:

Every Best Picture winner from Wings (1927) to Argo (2013)

littlemovienerd:

Every Best Picture winner from Wings (1927) to Argo (2013)

21 2 / 2013

I love this human being, so much.

20 2 / 2013

I’ve just finished reading Elizabeth Cowie’s article entitled ‘Fantasia’ and I’m left slightly disappointed that there was not even a mention of Mickey Mouse.

20 2 / 2013

19 2 / 2013

guyalexandergriffin:

Lesson # 91 : “Most women set out to try to change a man, and when they have changed him they do not like him.” Marlene Dietrich Marlene Dietrich © Milton Greene, NYC, 1952

guyalexandergriffin:

Lesson # 91 : “Most women set out to try to change a man, and when they have changed him they do not like him.”
Marlene Dietrich


Marlene Dietrich © Milton Greene, NYC, 1952

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22 1 / 2013

filmtvanddaisy:

And this is two years ago.

I miss my friends, and the Summer Ball (that was actually in Spring), and wearing dresses, and having friends to go out with instead of staying in (and re-watching Being Human UK for the third/forth time), and university. Blah, blah, blah. 

I miss these beautiful ladies and university, too!

filmtvanddaisy:

And this is two years ago.

I miss my friends, and the Summer Ball (that was actually in Spring), and wearing dresses, and having friends to go out with instead of staying in (and re-watching Being Human UK for the third/forth time), and university. Blah, blah, blah. 

I miss these beautiful ladies and university, too!

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13 1 / 2013

I’ve been studying Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) as part of my PhD and I love the character of Midge. She represents the sensible, the rational and was trapped as much as Madeleine/Judy was out of her love for Scottie.
Although I’m learning that Hitchcock tended to trap women, revealed through theoretical readings of his films, there’s no denying his extraordinary sense of filmic convention. He made some absolute crackers.

I’ve been studying Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) as part of my PhD and I love the character of Midge. She represents the sensible, the rational and was trapped as much as Madeleine/Judy was out of her love for Scottie.

Although I’m learning that Hitchcock tended to trap women, revealed through theoretical readings of his films, there’s no denying his extraordinary sense of filmic convention. He made some absolute crackers.

05 1 / 2013

Sight and Sound, December 2012.

Sight and Sound, December 2012.

04 1 / 2013

""Long afterward, Oedipus, old and blinded, walked the roads. He smelled a familiar smell. It was the Sphinx. Oedipus said, "I want to ask one question. Why didn’t I recognize my mother?" "You gave the wrong answer," said the Sphinx. "But that was what made everything possible," said Oedipus. "No," she said. "When I asked, What walks on four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three in the evening, you answered, Man. You didn’t say anything about woman." "When you say Man," said Oedipus, "you include women too. Everyone knows that." She said, "That’s what you think."""

Muriel Rukeyser. (1978). “Myth” in The Collected Poems.