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HEY! I LIKE BOTH THE NEW AND OLD STAR WARS MOVIES EQUALLY AND THATS OKAY! IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE OLD/NEW ONES, THATS ALSO OKAY. JUST DONT BE A DICK ABOUT IT AND RUIN EVERYTHING FOR THE PEOPLE WHO LIKE THE LAST JEDI OR THE PREQUELS, OR ARE EXCITED FOR THE RISE OF SKYWALKER!

Like seriously y'all need to chill. Disney owns Star Wars. They have for a while, and I think they are doing fine with it! Just be nice to people who like different things or movies than you! And don’t insult or hate spam the actors or directors about one little thing you disliked about a movie or the character they play!!! That’s just rude and stupid! Let’s have fun with this, and nerd out over a bunch of laser swords, awesome ships, and cool characters!

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Halloween Horror Mania Film #18: Time to pour yourself a glass of wine and get sophisticated with The Abonimable Dr. Phibes (1971). Vincent Price plays Dr. Anton Phibes; doctor, scientist, biblical scholar, and organist. He uses the nine Biblical plagues of Egypt as inspiration to get revenge on nine doctors. Things are weird throughout.

This one has awe inspiring set design, fantastic costume design, and interesting kills. The performances from the supporting cast are great and obviously Vincent Price is fantastic as the titular Dr. Phibes. If you want a sophisticated classic horror film with some gruesome and inventive kills for its time, this is your movie.

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Harry sat straight up in bed and breathed. There was no screaming, no sweating, no crying, no nothing. Just his breathing, far too loud in the quiet of the room. And Draco, who was brushing his teeth in the bathroom with the door just barely cracked open, at 3:01 in the morning. 

“Draco,” Harry hissed, clutching the duvet in his fingers. “What are you doing?”

Harry closed his eyes tightly and took a deep breath. Nothing was wrong. This was just normal, Draco behavior. Draco claimed this had nothing to do with the war, or trauma, or anything. Apparently he had gotten up throughout the night to do random household chores or daily activities since he was a little kid. 

Usually, this didn’t bother Harry. He would just roll out of bed, dragging the covers with him and wrap his arms around Draco’s waist and hug him. Draco would pull his eyes away from the task he had been focused on and hum gently, and then kiss Harry’s cheek. They’d stand there, calm. Harry would hold on to Draco’s body, and Draco would finish up whatever task he had been dedicated to. When he was done, Harry would take Draco by the hand and tug him back to bed. 

Sometimes they talked after these moments. Sometimes they kissed, and sometimes they just lie down parallel to each other and examined each other’s faces. 

Tonight was not one of those nights. 

“Draco?” Harry said, trying to ignore the way his voice cracked around the word. 

“Yes, love?” Draco peeked his head around the bedroom door and smiled at Harry around a foamy mouth of toothpaste. 

“Can you please come back to bed?” Harry swallowed thickly and pulled the sheets up to his shoulders nervously. 

“What’s wrong?” Draco asked, his smile dropping. “Oh, wait, give me a second.”

Harry tensed and sat frozen while Draco spit out his toothpaste and cleaned up the various items he had on display on the bathroom counter (deodorant, a razor, a toothpaste bottle, and a cluster of ribbons). 

“Is everything okay?” Draco asked worriedly, climbing across the bed to Harry and pulling the sheets out of his sweaty hands. 

“I’m…” Harry’s voice abandoned him. 

Draco clambered around to sit next to Harry, and wrapped his arm around his shoulder and pulled him into his side. The bathroom light was still on, and Harry could vaguely see their reflections huddled together in the mirror. It only made him shiver harder. 

“Harry, baby, talk to me. Are you okay?” Draco kissed Harry’s cheek, his hair, his jaw. 

“We shouldn’t have watched The Shining,” Harry managed out, still staring at the mirror. 

Draco tensed and then relaxed. “The Shining? The movie?” Harry nodded. “We watched that three days ago.”

“It really stuck with me,” Harry said, dragging his eyes away from the mirror to stare at Draco’s smudgy face. “I don’t feel good.”

Draco framed Harry’s face with his hands, running the tips of his fingers through the soft hairs around Harry’s ears. “Love, it’s just a movie.”

“I know,” Harry whispered. “But I can’t stop thinking about it. I feel jumpy… uneasy.”

“Oh, Harry.” Draco hugged Harry tightly and lay him back in bed, pulling the covers around them tightly. “It’s okay. None of it’s real.”

“I know, I know.”

Draco curled his arm around Harry’s head and threaded his fingers through his hair. 

“You know what’s real?” Draco asked. 

“Hm?” Harry hummed in response. 

“Me. You,” Draco smiled softly and Harry pulled him closer. “And how much I love you. No stupid horror movie will ever change that. ”


Notes: First time I’ve ever watched a horror film (The Shining) and it scared the shit out of me. 10/10 don’t recommend scary movies ty very much <3

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Quentin Tarantino Refuses to Recut Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for China Release.

Variety has confirmed the director will not be recutting his ninth feature film in order to allow it to have a release in Chinese theaters. China was set to be the last international market in which Hollywood would debut, and it could have pushed the movie’s worldwide box office haul close to or above the $400 million mark. While China has not given a specific reason for pulling the release, it has been widely speculated the movie was pulled because of a reported complaint filed by Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon to China’s National Film Administration, Shannon has taken issue with Tarantino’s deception of her father, a national hero in China, and is said to have convinced China to halt the release of Hollywood until Tarantino could make the appropriate edits.

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I finally saw Hustlers tonight. I knew I’d like it, but I thought it would just be a fairly superficial, ra-ra girl power, #feminism, stick it to the man kind of thing. It was surprisingly heartfelt, and had some great emotional beats. I teared up in the theater.

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This remake is about as shockingly unlike its progenitor as it could possibly be while still retaining a semblance of the premise and story. It’s extremely grounded instead of surreal, it’s coherent and deliberate instead of chaotic – and it’s also far more horrifying and powerful. Though it didn’t leave me with much in the way of lasting dread, it did have me riveted to the screen and often squirming with discomfort. 

See my Shocktober 2019 movie list here.

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“Josué, I haven’t sent a letter to anyone in a while, but I’m sending you this one now. You were right. Your father will come back, and he surely is all you say he is. I remember riding with my father in his train. I was just a little girl, but he let me blow the whistle the whole time. When you’re driving down the road in your big truck, remember that I was the first person to have you put your hand on the wheel. It will be better for you to stay with your brothers. You deserve much more that I can give you. If you miss me one day, look at the picture we took together. I’m telling you this because I’m afraid that you may forget me too. I long for my father. I long for everything. Dora.”

CENTRAL STATION (CENTRAL DO BRASIL) 1998 dir. Walter Salles

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