I'll Be Happy When I'm Dead

ciaobellatarr said: so jelly, still can’t find this in stores anywhere :/

Amazon pre-order!

thetellersoundsthealarm said: weird, i just got this too. really looking forward to seeing how this compares to wages of fear.

I’m not sure if that’s the greatest idea. The first time I watched Sorcerer I was let down big time as a remake since The Wages of Fear is easily in my personal top 20. Though it stuck with me for weeks, and I watched it again not much later with a greater appreciation. Then I bought the overwhelmingly shitty DVD not much longer after that and fell in love. After just watching the blu-ray, it’s a completely new experience — the video and audio is truly outstanding. What changed my mind was to think of it as a different interpretation of the source material, not a remake of the film. Kinda like the ‘46 & ‘81 versions of The Postman Always Rings Twice.

106. William Freidkin’s Sorcerer: 9.3

106. William Freidkin’s Sorcerer: 9.3

105. Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity: 10.0

105. Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity: 10.0

Awww yeah.

Awww yeah.

Two major items in my life at the moment:

  • Finished my first play through of Dark Souls 2 in about 70 hours. I beat the final boss around 64 hours in, but I did some thorough traveling around Drangleic, unfortunately unable to beat a pair of the optional bosses. Oh well, there’s always next time…
  • A very important question for my lady followers: If a guy coworker/friend who you mutually, playfully flirt with and occasionally call cute, that you have frequently been going out for drinks with after work on Fridays super seriously wants to go down on you and he wants to be very classy about it, what should he say?
104. Michael Ritchie’s Fletch: 7.8

104. Michael Ritchie’s Fletch: 7.8

103. Charles Chaplin’s City Lights: 10.0

103. Charles Chaplin’s City Lights: 10.0

102. Paul Fejos’ Lonesome: 9.3

102. Paul Fejos’ Lonesome: 9.3


Carice van Houten by Janey van Ierland

Carice van Houten by Janey van Ierland