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nemfrog · a day ago
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Thrilling Mystery. December 1935. 
Internet Archive
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2bananas1egg · 2 days ago
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Hatchetober Day 15: Fire
TW: Blood, violence
I've been busy and i'm also the world's slowest drawer :D
But i do wanna finish the prompt
I'm very sorry ;-; i promise this won't be the last time, i still have WIPs to be done
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leilavinodraws · 17 hours ago
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tw: [ stylized ] blood, violence, suggestive.
[ wind down sketch ; please mr. jailer pt. II ]
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simplyyearning · 2 days ago
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birth is a violent affair
"The Pain Scale" Eula Biss // Hannibal (2013-2015) // "Origin Story" Desireé Dallagiacomo // x // "Sharp Objects" Gillian Flynn // Sharp Objects (2018)
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bunnymxxn · a day ago
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"You're killing people? No. I'm killing boys."
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michaelbogild · a day ago
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I am society. Its dysfunction is the dysfunction of my mind.
How about you?
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Sam Peckinpah films
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia, 1974 w/Warren Oates, Isela Vega
(Spanish: Tráiganme la cabeza de Alfredo García) 
imdb, pinterest, 2.bfi.org.uk, reddit.com, giphy.com (retro-time-machine), youtube (PeckinpahFan), rottentomatoes.com
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nerviovago · 17 days ago
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left-reminders · 5 months ago
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prokopetz · 3 months ago
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The point of the “imitable violence” standard in children’s media isn’t that we think cartoons are going to brainwash kids into becoming serial killers, it’s that young children frequently act out things they see in media, in play, and owing to their lack of experience, they don’t always have the best grasp of which things are safe to act out at home and which things are better left to the professional stunt performers. It’s less “hey, I saw a dude punch another dude in a cartoon and now I want to break somebody’s face” and more “hey, let’s act out this cool fight scene I saw, except I don’t really know how to properly pull a punch or break a fall because I’m six years old and there’s a very high probability that I’m going to fuck it up”.
And that’s why it’s okay for the protagonist of a children’s cartoon to shoot someone in the face with a bazooka, but not to punch them in the nose.
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Easy to see how Squid Games criticizes capitalism, but I see it as also criticizing illusions of "civility." The loser father with a gambling problem who steals money from grandma turns out to be one of the most altruistic characters in times of crisis while some of the others, who are less washed up and appear "civil," stab each other in the back as soon as they get a chance. Crisis reveals character. Just b/c s/b knows how to display proper etiquette does not indicate strong moral character. We're only ever one crisis away from finding out who's what.
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