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Here's another "oldie but-I-haven't-added-it-yet" that seems appropriate to post on Halloween.... ~mwahahaha~ This is Tommy® as Chucky from the Child's Play movies. It's from 2006.

 

I made his outfit (I also made the prints for the the striped and blue overall fabrics and printed them myself), rerooted his hair and completely repainted his face (removing all the original paint).

 

I'll add more about it later! ♥

"I'm gonna get you...and I'm gonna get Eddie. NO MATTER WHAT!"

 

Heehee, this was another of my favorite childhood movies. (No, really.) You know how some people can quote Star Wars word for word? I could do the whole script of ol' Chucky here. Brad Dourif <3 is awesome as the maniacal killer Good Guy.

 

And obviously I'm not bothered by people calling my Blythes Chucky- it makes me smile.

(For a while I thought it might stop at a neat little 40-or-so movies, but then I took a Cusack to the knee.)

 

Only counting movies I saw for the first time. Faves: 10... tentatively. Best: "Blackfish"!

WARNING: LIST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!

 

9-Jan-2013: 1. Nobel son

Alan Rickman!!!!!!! plays a Potions mas……… I mean chemistry professor. He fucks a student on a desk and wins the Nobel Prize. (Not for the fucking, you understand.) :D Pretty funny movie, though I didn’t get all the twists. *does not much care*

 

10-Jan-2013: 2. Istanbul

That feeling when you spend 8 years being pretty sure you’ll never see "Istanbul" unless you stumble on a decayed VHS copy at some garage sale (and is your parents’ VCR dead yet?), which is tragic because even though you don’t know what it’s about, Brad Dourif’s role in it appears delicious, and then you find a nice-qualitied, year-old upload on Youtube. And you make a pretty little mp3 of… *le sigh*… that song… 8)

 

11-Jan-2013: 3. Wise blood

Another graily Brad Dourif movie I didn’t walk around expecting to see, but it’s on Youtube as well! :D Boring movie (NOTE: Everyone else likes it, it has ambition, I haz flawed taste!!!!!!!), but Brad plays the main role, so. :) Why yes, I had recently experienced a relapse in my Brad obsession. Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet.

 

14-Jan-2013: 4. Skyfall

Scotland pr0n! And some fun shit.

 

16-Jan-2013: 5. My boy Jack

DanRad plays a boy who is desperate to get gloriously mauled in World War I.

 

17-Jan-2013: 6. Catch .44

Boring. I only rented it because of Brad Dourif, who was in two scenes. I’ll watch anything for Brad. :D (Ho hum, except, so far, "Deadwood"… Perhaps because it used to air late at night + most characters talked only about business and local politics + I just suck at following shows. So I’d usually doze off on it. Brad’s char was cool though. :) And ONE DAY I may drag "Deadwood" into my cave and I’ll fast forward through the boring bits and watch all the Brad scenes!!!!! :D /tangent)

 

24-Jan-2013: 7. Les misérables

 

25-Jan-2013: 8. The exorcist III

Best bits: Brad Dourif’s scenes :D + the one where the nurse is just walking along and BEHIND HER IS - *SCREEEEEEEEECH*

 

28-Jan-2013: 9. The duchess

I may have listed it because of Ralph Fiennes :B … but forgot all about him being involved until I watched it. Yey. Btw, fur is dead. Sex scene: Probably the most awkward one in film history.

 

29-Jan-2013: 10. I love you, man

Instance #3957345 of gratitude for the near-complete absence of relaaaaaationshiiiiip draaaaamaaaaaaa in my life. :p

 

29-Jan-2013: 11. Veronika decides to die

Nice story, but I thought the movie was pretty boring, at least until they escaped. Nevermind; I like to see anything that features David Thewlis. :) IIRC, I didn’t much care for the book either.

 

1-Feb-2013: 12. The master

Ways in which Joaquin (me crush) reminded me of Jack K (me crush) in this movie: 1. The hair. 2. The hair line. 3. The cigs. 4. The booze. 5. The lack of normality/whatever. 6. The home state of Massachusetts. 7. The mid-1900s. 8. The seaman job. End of list. I guess no one’s gonna cast Joaquin in “Big Sur” since that movie came out this year, but he can… should… must be in “The Dharma bums”. No idea if anyone’s thinking of filming it. FML.

 

2-Feb-2013: 13. Darwin’s nightmare

Fave?! *homosapiensfacepalm #945724957*

 

8-Feb-2013: 14. Child’s play 2

I saw the first movie at least a decade before I became a Brad fan… and rewatched it this year. I even remember seeing the cover in the video shop when I was about two apples tall and probably couldn’t read, but my mum informed me of the title. The Swedish title translates to ”The evil doll”. Groovy.

 

9-Feb-2013: 15. Child’s play 3

 

15-Feb-2013: 16. Bride of Chucky

Fave! The first movie is, I guess, a classic. :B The 2nd and 3rd were kind of typical sequels. The 4th and 5th are charming horror comedies. :D

 

16-Feb-2013: 17. Seed of Chucky

Fave! Not until the credits did I realize that Billy Boyd was in this. :p

One of Chucky’s, ahem, best lines: ”Wait a minute. I’m not gonna let you poison our son’s mind with your touchy-feely twelve-step bullshit. If you two don’t wanna kill anymore, that’s your loss. But don’t look down your noses at me! I’m not ashamed to be a killer. I’m proud of it. It’s not an addiction, it is a choice. And it is not something that you should have to hide in the closet!!!!!!” ((:B

 

18-Feb-2013: 18. The 11th hour

Fave! An environmental documentary in which many awesome things get said! Narrated by Leo DiCaprio.

 

20-Feb-2013: 19. Howl

:B … IN YO FACE, 1950’S!!!

 

21-Feb-2013: 20. Anna Karenina

Didn’t like the book >:( but as “always”, it’s nice to see a movie of something I’ve read. Movie was lively, surreal, and unlike the average costume drama. Which isn’t to say I liked it.

 

22-Feb-2013: 21. The human centipede

Been meanin to watch that for years. Presumably because my system thinks that a Lesson In What To Do If You’re Captured By A Mad German Scientist And Sewn Up To Others’ Mouths And Arseholes… would be useful! Okay! :D Sadly, I found it difficult to identify with the two chicks, as I know how to a) board a bus b) drive on a flat tire c) walk d) distinguish a road from a forest. #pr0nlogic And how long did the doc expect segment 2-3 to survive on fecal nutrients? Still, fairly nicely horrible movie. o_O

 

23-Feb-2013: 22. Mary & Max

Animated Aspie movie!

 

27-Feb-2013: 23. The perks of being a wallflower

I read the book in 2011. In the movie I noted two seconds of a certain saddening attitude, and two seconds of “On the road” by Jack Kerouac. It was the sort of movie where you expect “On the road” to get mentioned. :B

PS. My diary, high school, day 1: ”… Then I saw a bunch of ghosts [from elementary school] and I thought I heard [the voice of my main bully from previous year]. Well… There I was, walking around the grounds/sitting on benches, alone. It didn’t turn out differently. No sick copy of [my fun British ex-email-buddy] came up and made contact and dragged me into a big fun gang of mad people, and I’ve hardly talked to anybody. Because I always think I’ll to be able to talk like someone in Pulp Fiction but I never can. Now that high school is going to hell socially, my life will too. Job interviews, coworkers … If only I get to work with people here and someone maybe… but what the hell.” I then happened to ally myself with a couple of nerdy chicks, and wasn’t bullied (unlike Movieguy). Funnest subjects were Swedish and English, several teachers liked my writing. In other news, I’ve never attended a real teen party. Maybe for 30 minutes on a school trip, but everyone was just kinda sitting there and at the time I thought there was vodka in my soda but maybe there wasn’t. AND NO LSD ACTUALLY MMMM NOM NOM NOM no I haven’t tried that either.

 

28-Feb-2013: 24. Jane Eyre (2011)

I read the book in 2005.

 

2-Mar-2013: 25. Eyes of Laura Mars

 

12-Mar-2013: 26. Coraline

The pointy, twiggy visual style of the characters does not cause me to jizz my pants completely, and I wish the ghost children had been creepy, but it was still brainsplodingly skillfully made. Apparently it’s ALL stop-motion. :O I CAN’T EVEN. I faved the book in 2010.

 

18-Mar-2013: 27. Fatal beauty

 

20-Mar-2013: 28. The impossible

 

3-Apr-2013: 29. Rogue trader

Based on a true story, apparently. I only picked it up because of Ewan McGregor, but I enjoyed this tragic tale, even though I don’t understand shit about trading. It actually seemed like an exciting game for a job. If you’re into heart attacks and prison. %D

 

20-Apr-2013: 30. Tomboy

French movie about a transsexual 12-year-old.

 

23-Apr-2013: 31. Cloud atlas

Several epic moments, such as ”Honour thy consumer”; the Scots in the pub; the meat factory; Angry Slave-Owner Daddy’s clueless speech… Heeheeheehee…! Then I watched the credits. Face blind: Yes. %D

 

12-May-2013: 32. 17 girls

#SmugSpawnfreePerson

 

16-May-2013: 33. Side effects

Confusing

 

17-May-2013: 34. Up

 

8-Jun-2013: 35. Gambit

Alan Rickman!!! What a big desk you have!!!

 

17-Jul-2013: 36. Jack the giant slayer

Unfortunately I watched this on a plane in which I was unfortunately flying and the sound sucked so I missed much of the dialogue but I kind of got the plot anyway.

 

22-Jul-2013: 37. The Bling Ring

To be rewatched, methinks…

 

11-Oct-2013: 38. The butler

Fave?! Revolution, Rickman, and R………………… Cusack! :D

 

18-Oct-2013: 39. Serendipity

Sooooo.

October 11: I see ”The butler”.

October 14: I happen to edit a Cusack-related photo.

October 15: My Facebook status gets set to: ”Hey John Cusack, I know my mild back-o'-the-mind crush on you has only been going on for fifteen years, but I feel it's time we took our relationship to the next level. One where I have seen more than, like, five of your movies.”

 

25-Oct-2013: 40. 2012

It was pretty fun. :D The bad news is that NASA has declared it the most scientifically inaccurate movie ever. It also over-utilizes Talking Is A Free Action unto death but at least THE DOGGIE SURVIVES!!! :D and the movie carries a faint scent of atheism* and… get a load o’ this! THE PRESIDENT FOLLOWS SCIENTIFIC ADVICE WITHOUT MUCH ADO!!!!!!!! :O

#ITOLDYOUITWASUNREALISTIC

* Well, the local critic accused it of Christianism**, but hey, did he not notice how (for example) everyone who Trusts In FSM in this movie sort of dies promptly?

** #ThingsThatHappenInSweden :D

And remember: No women-folk in the cockpit.

 

26-Oct-2013: 41. The paperboy

I’d never seen John Cusack in psycho killer redneck mode before. :) He and Kidman are… gutsy. o_O

 

31-Oct-2013: 42. 1408

Scarier than expected. D: I watched it alone in the evening, which was a rush. Hhhhhhhhhhh.

 

1-Nov-2013: 43. The raven

About Edgar Allan Poe, but a speculation rather than a biopic.

 

2-Nov-2013: 44. Grosse Pointe Blank

Fave?! I taped it in 2001!!!!!!! and chopped up the watching, but my journal never mentions watching the last bit, so I better assume 2013 as the official firstwatch. :B Anyway. I didn’t much notice in 2001, but it’s a pretty unique and funny movie. <3 John Cusack should write a few hundred more films, considering he co-wrote this and ”High fidelity” and ”War, Inc.” The style is my cuppa. Perhaps GPB and WI made me wanna write something… :q

 

4-Nov-2013: 45. Grace is gone

Fave?! An award-winning drama about what it’s like when Bush kills your wife or mum!!!!!!!

I heard something about the Bush administration banning photos of soldiers’ coffins coming home; this was one of the reasons the movie got made. So I bought it. >:D I hope an alarm on Bush’s desk goes off every time somebody does that, which hopefully causes Bush to scream ”SHIT, NOT AGAIN!!!!!!!1!!” Yeah! (Like in some Simpsons episode where a writer got notified whenever someone bought his book. x) )

 

5-Nov-2013: 46. Max

”Hitler! C'mon, I’ll buy you a glass of lemonade.”

 

8-Nov-2013: 47. Curse of Chucky

I had never even heard of this 6th Chucky movie :D until I spotted it on the rental shelf. *GRAB* *heart*

 

9-Nov-2013: 48. Hot tub time machine

”It’s the fucking 80’s, guys! Let’s do what we wanna do! Free love!”

”That’s the 60’s, dipshit.”

”No. We had, like, Reagan and aids. Let’s get the fuck out of here, okay?”

 

22-Nov-2013: 49. War, Inc.

Fave?! Lolwat.

 

2-Dec-2013: 50. The young black stallion

The first two stallion movies (fucking awesome) were from 1979 and 1983, this one’s from 2003. And 48 minutes long. And they assumed nobody would remember that in “The black stallion returns”, his mother was a chestnut named Aisha. Etc. OH WELL

 

13-Dec-2013: 51. Say anything…

The afterglow scene. I died from the cute. x)

 

15-Dec-2013: 52. Secretariat

 

16-Dec-2013: 53. The factory

 

22-Dec-2013: 54. Identity

Amanda Peet in behind-the-scenes interview: ”Well, we keep asking for a sex scene, but… Or I do, anyway. But I don’t think it’s gonna happen. Every morning I go to Jim’s door and I’m like ‘Can I just kiss John Cusack, pleeeeease?’ He’s like ‘It doesn’t work for the story, Amanda.’ And I was like ‘I know, but what does that matter? It doesn’t matter.’ :D ”

Rat: ”… I like the way you think.”

Lucky wench.

 

23-Dec-2013: 55. Martian child

Fave?! :B ”… Dennis, can I just say one last thing about Mars, which may be strange coming from a science fiction writer, but right now, you and me, here, put together entirely from atoms that have been part of millions of other organisms before they became us, sitting on this round rock with a core of liquid iron, held down by this force that so troubles you, called gravity, all the while spinning around the sun at 67 000 miles an hour and whizzing through the Milky Way at 600 000 miles an hour, in a universe that very well may be chasing its own tail at the speed of light… And amidst all this frantic activity, fully cognizant of our own imminent demise – which is a very pretty way of saying we all know we’re gonna die – we reach out to one another. Sometimes for the sake of vanity, sometimes for reasons you’re not old enough to understand yet,* but a lot of the time we just reach out and expect nothing in return.** Isn’t that strange? Isn’t that weird? Isn’t that weird ENOUGH?*** What the heck do you need to be from Mars for?”

* BOOBS!!!!!!

** Evolutionary psychology, my boy, evolutionary psychology. Which is approximately as awesomesauce as astronomy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! %D

*** Hey.

PS. The movie is based on a true adoption story, which involved a gay man. However, the moviemakers figured they had to rewrite him into a straight widower. For the homophobes. :| … ‘MURICA!!! (And co. A lot of co.) Maybe 200 years from now you’ll understand.

 

24-Dec-2013: 56. Big Sur

*poke*

 

25-Dec-2013: 57. The frozen ground

 

25-Dec-2013: 58. Til siste hinder

Norwegian horse movie. (I guess the cover pic I got hold of is in Danish, though.)

 

30-Dec-2013: 59. Pushing tin

Concerning a testosterone-festy pissing contest.

 

31-Dec-2013: 60. Blackfish

Fave! MUST-SEE documentary on why keeping orcas captive is a terrible idea. :’C

”If you were in a bathtub for 25 years, don’t you think you’d get a little irritated? Aggravated? Maybe a little psychotic?”

 

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This private residence in the city of Los Angeles was a primary location for the 2004 low budget slasher flick "The Hazing" (top) also known as "Dead Scared".

This home is located at 3115 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles.

This private residence in the city of Los Angeles was a primary location for the 2004 low budget slasher flick "The Hazing" also known as "Dead Scared".

This home is located at 3115 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles.

Only counting movies I saw for the first time. Faves: 12... tentatively. Best: Emptying the skies! Göteborg International Film Festival movies: 10… (6 of which were docus.) A seemingly unavoidable consequence of reading about almost each of the 500 movies in the programme. %D (And I marked way more than 10.)

WARNING: LIST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!

 

25-Jan-2014: 1. The invisible woman

Aaaaaaaand Ralph Fiennes showed up to talk about his movie. x) Our festival isn't chopped liver. 8)

 

27-Jan-2014: 2. Skytten (a.k.a. ”The shooter”)

Fave! Danish thriller about an eco-terrorist.

 

27-Jan-2014: 3. Regnbågens sång (a.k.a. ”A rainbow song”)

Fave! Documentary on what being gay could be like in the olden days.

 

28-Jan-2014: 4. Ruin

Slow and boring romantic drama that mostly seemed to wanna wallow in its artsy cinematography. Two rapists received treatment, though. :D One with a knife, one with a brick! :)

 

29-Jan-2014: 5. As the palaces burn

 

31-Jan-2014: 6. Alcan highway

Docu. Finnish dude buys an ancient and adorable Alaskan truck, fixes it up, attaches an Airstream (*le sigh*…) to the back, and drives 4000 km to Vancouver Island.

 

1-Feb-2014: 7. Emptying the skies

Fave! Docu. SAD! Here’s a description from IMDB: ”Based on a magazine essay written by noted best-selling novelist Jonathan Franzen for 'The New Yorker' and widely republished around the world, 'Emptying the Skies' chronicles the rampant poaching of migratory songbirds in southern Europe. Songbird populations have been drastically declining for several decades, and a number of species face extinction imminently. The film explores the wonder of these tiny globe-flying marvels, millions of which are unlawfully slaughtered each year for large sums on the black market, and follows an intrepid squad of pan-European bird-lovers who risk their lives waging a secret war against poachers, disrupting illegal trapping and freeing as many birds as possible. Jonathan Franzen is executive producer of and featured in the film.”

 

2-Feb-2014: 8. Angered United

Docu about a girls' football team in a non-fancy part of Gothenburg. I couldn't find a proper poster for it so I threw something together using a promo pic. Fun fact: The pic was taken down the street from where I used to live! (Hjällbo.)

 

2-Feb-2014: 9. Two raging grannies (a.k.a. ”Shirley & Hinda”)

Fave! Must-see docu. Click here for the trailer! Two old ladies start reading up on infinite (hoho…) economic growth and meet with some experts, who explain how dumb the idea is. After sneaking into a fancy NYC financier party, one of the ladies starts yelling “WHY DO WE HAVE TO KEEP GROWING?!?!?!” For this, a nametag-less guard threatens her severely on the sly. What’re you scared of, guard… Did she have a point or something? ((:D

 

3-Feb-2014: 10. Of horses and men (a.k.a. ”Hross í oss”)

Icelandic drama. Starts out with a dude riding to visit his friend. On the way home, the friend's stallion seduces dude's mare. (Pictured.) Dude gallops home and shoots mare in the head. Immediately regrets it. Then some other stuff happens. :|

 

6-Feb-2014: 11. Twin sisters

Documentary about identical twins, adopted from China to northern Norway and Sacramento, respectively. The families keep in touch and the sisters are BFF. Eventually the Americans visit Norway and get some fresh air in their system. :B

I almost saw it at the film festival, but had to skip it due to scheduling problems… A couple of weeks later it aired on TV. Yea! (Not that I have a TV, but my folks do…)

 

7-Feb-2014: 12. The reader

 

8-Feb-2014: 13. Diana

 

11-Feb-2014: 14. The beach

I had read the book.

 

14-Feb-2014: 15. Runaway jury

 

16-Feb-2014: 16. God bless America

Fave! :B Bonus: Trent Reznor is mentioned.

 

22-Feb-2014: 17. The jack bull

Horsies and John Cusack? Yes please.

 

22-Feb-2014: 18. Friends with money

Jason Isaacs and Joan Cusack? Yes please.

 

28-Feb-2014: 19. The ice harvest

 

3-Mar-2014: 20. Better off dead

Fave! Especially the math class scene. xD

 

8-Mar-2014: 21. 12 years a slave

 

10-Mar-2014: 22. Babe

Fave!

 

13-Mar-2014: 23. Our Robocop remake

Fave! Every good movie should receive this treatment. <:D

 

14-Mar-2014: 24. Shanghai

 

15-Mar-2014: 25. Vi är bäst!

 

18-Mar-2014: 26. Her

 

4-Apr-2014: 27. The numbers station

 

5-Apr-2014: 28. The Iron Lady

 

11-Apr-2014: 29. Must love dogs

 

18-Apr-2014: 30. Working girl

 

3-May-2014: 31. America’s sweethearts

Appreciated the cactus scene and found me a nice, roady song.

 

25-Jun-2014: 32. The witness

Fave! Docu about a guy fighting for animal rights in NYC.

 

23-Jul-2014: 33. David Copperfield (1999)

Tiny Danrad. xD

 

28-Jul-2014: 34. Kill your darlings

Adult Danrad. :B

 

1-Aug-2014: 35. Bullets over Broadway

 

8-Aug-2014: 36. Anastasia

 

16-Aug-2014: 37. The road to Wellville

 

28-Aug-2014: 38. What if

Romantic comedy. (Starring teh Danrad.) As usual I couldn’t identify with characters wishing NOT TO BE SINGLE FOREVER, but! The movie was still funny due to its unique, sick dialogue. o_O

 

29-Sep-2014: 39. The bag man

 

3-Oct-2014: 40. Gone girl

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross did the soundtrack! :D

 

5-Oct-2014: 41. Blue Jasmine

 

11-Oct-2014: 42. Pope Joan

I read the book in 2001 or something. (I’d like to re-read it in English, but can’t fucking find it anywhere. D: ) After a few years I heard there was gonna be a movie! Featuring David Wenham! :D Then I heard nothing more and presumed it had been cancelled… But this year I turned out to be wrong! Weeeeeee. Feminism and stuff.

 

20-Oct-2014: 43. Adult world

 

22-Oct-2014: 44. The Philadelphia experiment (2012)

 

26-Oct-2014: 45. The contract

 

31-Oct-2014: 46. Wuthering heights

Feel-bad movie with neat cinematography. I read the book in 2006.

 

2-Nov-2014: 47. Priest (2011)

 

7-Nov-2014: 48. Drive hard

 

10-Nov-2014: 49. New York immigrant

 

13-Nov-2014: 50. Runaway bride

 

14-Nov-2014: 51. Grand piano

 

15-Nov-2014: 52. Noah

Fave! Much better than the book. >:B Although the ending was very depressing. And inbreeding was glorified… ya know, like in ”The lion king”.

 

22-Nov-2014: 53. Today (a.k.a. ”Aujourd’hui”)

 

23-Dec-2014: 54. Interstellar

Rat: ”Mmmm, this is promising. Might go to the fave li-”

Hathaway: ”Love tho!”

Rat: *facepalm*

Audience member: ”Girls…”

Rat: *facepalm*

Rat: "Hate tho."

 

24-Dec-2014: 55. The grifters

 

26-Dec-2014: 56. Team America: World police

Fave! Even though I’M not against Hollywooders reading up on important stuff and using their massive power to spread the word. It’s not like everything you learn at Politician Academy is legit either. *COUGH* infinite growth *COUGH* And it might interest you to know that conflicts do increasingly get solved by Pussy talk. :)

 

29-Dec-2014: 57. Idiocracy

Fave!? I heard about it years ago… Probably from Rob Sheridan in 2008. :) ”Brawndo the Thirst Mutilator had come to replace water virtually everywhere. Water, the basic component of all life, had been deemed a threat to Brawndo's profit margin. The solution came during the budget crisis of 2330, when the Brawndo corporation simply bought the FDA and the FCC, enabling them to say, do, and sell anything they wanted...” <:D

 

31-Dec-2014: 58. Maps to the stars

 

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Only counting movies I saw for the first time. Faves: 7. Best: "Bend it like Beckham"? :) Brad Dourif movies: 13! WARNING: LIST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!

 

4-Jan-2005: 1. Edward Scissorhands

 

5-Jan-2005: 2. Bridget Jones: The edge of reason

 

15-Jan-2005: 3. Moulin Rouge

Fave! And I hella didn't expect to like it, "Uhh, musicals are so embarrassing!!!!!!" but maybe my Ewan-loving buddy made me watch it or something, and I became a Ewan fangirl too. :| As this year's movie list reveals.

 

17-Jan-2005: 4. The lord of the rings: The return of the king

Fave!

 

22-Jan-2005: 5. The league of extraordinary gentlemen

 

27-Jan-2005: 6. Så som i himmelen (a.k.a. “As it is in heaven”)

 

29-Jan-2005: 7. Mission: Impossible II

Fave!? Because it's a pwettily elegant John Woo movie.

 

2-Feb-2005: 8. Ladder 49

 

14-Feb-2005: 9. Dune

 

18-Feb-2005: 10. Murder in the first

 

19-Feb-2005: 11. Blue velvet

 

24-Feb-2005: 12. Color of night

 

24-Feb-2005: 13. January man

 

25-Feb-2005: 14. Shine

 

26-Feb-2005: 15. Death machine

 

2-Mar-2005: 16. Ragtime

 

4-Mar-2005: 17. Gangster no. 1

 

5-Mar-2005: 18. Body parts

 

6-Mar-2005: 19. A nightmare on Elm Street

 

23-Mar-2005: 20. Closer

 

24-Mar-2005: 21. The island of Dr. Moreau

 

30-Mar-2005: 22. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

 

2-Apr-2005: 23. Hotel Rwanda

 

7-Apr-2005: 24. The merchant of Venice

 

9-Apr-2005: 25. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

 

14-Apr-2005: 26. Amos and Andrew

 

16-Apr-2005: 27. Senseless

 

17-Apr-2005: 28. Silicon Towers

 

17-Apr-2005: 29. Spontaneous combustion

 

24-Apr-2005: 30. The phantom of the opera

I haven’t seen it since, but it’s gonna happen… :p

 

4-May-2005: 31. Kingdom of heaven

 

12-May-2005: 32. Finding Neverland

 

1-Jun-2005: 33. Fever pitch

 

5-Jun-2005: 34. Try seventeen

At least I think I saw the whole movie this year... Er.

 

22-Jun-2005: 35. Layer cake

 

24-Jun-2005: 36. The box (2003)

 

3-Jul-2005: 37. The girl in the café

Fave!

 

9-Jul-2005?????: 38. Shallow grave (1994)

Ewan’s character at some fundraising dinner: “You never told me this was for children! I hate children! :D I’d raise money to have the little fuckers put down!”

 

17-Jul-2005: 39. A life less ordinary

 

9-Aug-2005: 40. Down with love

Fave! The dialogue is teh brilliant! :D

 

10-Aug-2005: 41. The hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy

I’ve only seen it once, but would like a re-watch. More importantly, THE BOOK IS AWESOME!!!

 

31-Aug-2005: 42. The Island (2005)

Does this remind you of anything, like… a real-life industry? o_O :D

 

9-Sep-2005: 43. Bend it like Beckham

Fave!

 

9-Sep-2005: 44. Help! I’m a fish

 

16-Sep-2005: 45. Velvet goldmine

Hehehehehehehehehehehehehe… Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe, hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe… Furthermore, it made me wish Ewan McGregor would become a rock star IRL. :D

 

5-Oct-2005: 46. Stealth

 

15-Oct-2005: 47. Big fish

 

22-Oct-2005: 48. The pillow book

Hehehehehehehehehehehehehe… Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe, hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe…

 

2-Nov-2005: 49. Schindler's list

Journal says I "finished watching" it that day. When the watching began is unclear. :p

 

13-Nov-2005: 50. Maid in Manhattan

 

18-Nov-2005: 51. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Fave!

 

19-Nov-2005: 52. Oscar and Lucinda

 

26-Nov-2005: 53. Catch me if you can

 

27-Nov-2005: 54. Wallace & Gromit in The curse of the were-rabbit

 

17-Dec-2005: 55. Secrets & lies

Genre: Cozy British Film. To be rewatched sometime.

 

22-Dec-2005: 56. Black Hawk down

 

30-Dec-2005: 57. Kopps

 

31-Dec-2005: 58. Rasputin

Alan Rickman dancing on a table n shit :)

 

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Vegan FAQ! :)

 

The Web Site the Meat Industry Doesn't Want You to See.

 

Please watch Earthlings.

The Lord of the Rings

The Two Towers

First day of Issue Stamp (New Zealand, Dec, 4th, 2002) with matching postcard

This card is unused.

 

Saruman, and his devious servant, Wormtongue

(Shown are Brad Dourif an Christopher Lee)

The home belonging to the foster parents in the 1990 horror flick "Child's Play 2" was supposed to be in Chicago. This home was actually a private residence in the city of South Pasadena.

This home is located at 2035 Milan Ave, South Pasadena.

Chucky and his hot little bride.

Sometimes I forget that the 3DS has Netflix capabilities. #NowWatching, "Child's Play 2" (1990), starring Brad Dourif.

 

Here's a thought. Perhaps Chucky grows a few inches taller every new film? He's certainly taller and bulkier in comparison to the original. However, even with the previously released film, Curse of Chucky, the killer doll still stands under four feet tall.

 

At this point, it's like witnessing a grown man with a shortman complex realize that he's made a mistake for picking a fight with a child that's larger than he is.

First time I hired the con's professional photographer... :B Because BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD!!!!!!!1

I'll upload a less dusty scan if I get around to it.

 

Below is my excessively detailed fan report because that’s how I like them. :D It’s out of my journal, slightly censored + horribly translated.

 

March 2, 2008 = sci-fi convention in my hometown, but I’m not obsessed with any of the guests, so I stroll in on the second day:

 

”… As I walked towards the entrance, I thought about the fact that if Brad had been there, I would of course had gone to the con both Saturday and Sunday so I wouldn’t miss any Q&A sessions and whatnot. Then, one second before I paid for my ticket, I spotted a few con posters nearby, and I looked at them and…

 

GRÍMA!?!?!?

 

MALMÖ, APRIL 5-6!!! OMFG I’M TAKING THE S.A.T. ON APRIL 5!!! GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!! Should I cancel that? And I fucking hope I get time off from work on April 6, at least… I fucking should, right. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. BRAD!!!

 

Maybe he’ll cancel but…

 

SHIT!!!

 

I glided around in there, mostly dying, and texting C.A., until C.G. texted that she had arrived. I approached the entrance, and had just finished a text when she walked by. She sort of recognized Brad.”

 

This is the holy April 6, beginning just after I step off the bus in Malmö:

 

”… I couldn’t find any correct street names within one second, but still easily found my way to the convention center. The building was grotesquely big, with Turning Torso [a hip skyscraper] in the background. I tried to shoot them, and the photo turned out… abnormally dark and weird? HAD THE FUCKING CAMERA SEMI-BROKEN DOWN ON ME BIG DAY?!?!?! [Indeed it had, after 2 years and a bazillion shots – good news was, if you used the flash, the pics still came out normal.] But no – I tried it in the corridor leading to the con, and the fucker worked again. Ahhh. I replaced the half-empty (?) batteries just in case. And entered the CON… By the far wall were the stars; I came in from (my) right and at the far end I saw the Brad sign, and then a glimpse of SOMEONE before someone else between us momentarily blocked my view… BUT I HAD INDEED GLIMPSED BRAD!!! Gasp!

 

I didn’t walk up to him right away. Btw, I’d accidentally left my phone in my jacket, so I extra-bothered the cloakroom attendant because of that. I needed a clock [my watch was borked], and if C.A. were to text me about some siggy… (She never did.) So. I walked around a bit, and looked to see if Brad bit his fans or something… Although there wasn’t any good place where one could stand and stare dreamily without being exposed as a creepy stalker. (Well, late in the day it occurred to me that I could stand behind a DVD rack, which worked like quite the hideout.) I found a big fat booth with all the stickers and patches in the world, and spent 300 years looking for Nine Inch Nails ones, DUH!! Well, at last I asked the seller (who was American) and he DID have a bunch of Nine Inch Nails stuff! Apparently everything was in alphabetical order… BOINK… but wasn’t? Well, I got a normal logo, ahhhh… Black on white. And a wine red Art Is Resistance flag! /…/

 

Anyway, eventually I started Geronimo-walking towards the Brad table, and the people at the front of the line disappeared before I was done dealing with the helper guy. Shit. Btw, I mentioned to him that my name is spelled with an F, so by the time I thought of Common Mistake #2 I didn’t dare nag about it again, hehe. Whatever. Then… GULP… I turned to…

 

ARGH…

 

BRAD!!! Guess I said ‘HI, THANKS FOR COMING’ or something, and extended my hand (camera attached; it thundered into the table, nevermind…), and he took it and sort of kept holding it, hehe, while I squealed ‘I’VE WAITED LIKE 3 YEARS FOR YOU TO COME HERE [OMG OMG LIKE OMG]!!!’ I don’t remember his answer to that, but he probably found it hugely impressive after hearing 10000 people scream that they’d loved him since… before ‘One flew over the cuckoo’s nest’. Aye. Today. Then again, it was a bit difficult to wait for ANYONE before I learned of the con’s existence… 4 years ago. Ehe.

 

But hey, my mom said I might be taken for a 15-year-old, and, um, perhaps I wasn’t allowed to watch scary Brad movies before the age of 12, hehehe.

 

Sniffle. Well, I asked him if this was his first time in Sweden. ‘Yes.’ ‘Cool…’ [Only because I fail at thinking of things to say. :| ] I panic-picked some Gríma print (one I had ALWAYS IMAGINED, ACTUALLY!!!) and he signed it, in gold:

 

‘To Josefin

Brad Dourif

Grima’

 

And before I squealed off, he said ‘Have a LOVELY day.’ I wuz liek ‘You too!’

 

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

 

MY FACE WAS BURNING!!!

 

*pant*

 

I texted C.A., who didn’t reply. Mhm. Well, after that, at various points throughout the day, I ran up to the other stars (Lorenzo Lamas, Doug Bradley, and Andy Secombe) and got handshakes and neat pics [not ACTUALLY neat, flash-free studio shots that is, just neat compared to some distant, grainy con-shots I’ve taken in the past…], but not in the case of Mads Mikkelsen.

 

And… in the midst of it all… I got myself a get-photographed-with-Brad ticket. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. It’s BRAD, dammit! His photo session was at 2; he’d just returned from his break and passed like one meter behind me. Eventually some kind of queue formed; I was somewhere in the middle maybe. Handshake when I got there and when I left! And he asked how I was and stuff. (And the photographer took care of my distracting ugly yellow folder during the shooting.) Afterwards, I remained in the vicinity, ogling as the rest of the fans got their pictures taken with Brad. /…/

 

I left relatively early, after staring towards Brad one last (?) time from behind the DVD rack… The Gothenburg bus left at 6.30.”

 

THE END! :B

 

----------------------------------

Vegan FAQ! :)

 

The Web Site the Meat Industry Doesn't Want You to See.

 

Please watch Earthlings.

Gríma is the coolest LOTR character! (Well, along with Shadowfax, and the Ringwraiths, and their horses, and Asfaloth (sp)... :B )

 

Below is my excessively detailed fan report because that’s how I like them. :D It’s out of my journal, slightly censored + horribly translated.

 

March 2, 2008 = sci-fi convention in my hometown, but I’m not obsessed with any of the guests, so I stroll in on the second day:

 

”… As I walked towards the entrance, I thought about the fact that if Brad had been there, I would of course had gone to the con both Saturday and Sunday so I wouldn’t miss any Q&A sessions and whatnot. Then, one second before I paid for my ticket, I spotted a few con posters nearby, and I looked at them and…

 

GRÍMA!?!?!?

 

MALMÖ, APRIL 5-6!!! OMFG I’M TAKING THE S.A.T. ON APRIL 5!!! GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!! Should I cancel that? And I fucking hope I get time off from work on April 6, at least… I fucking should, right. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. BRAD!!!

 

Maybe he’ll cancel but…

 

SHIT!!!

 

I glided around in there, mostly dying, and texting C.A., until C.G. texted that she had arrived. I approached the entrance, and had just finished a text when she walked by. She sort of recognized Brad.”

 

This is the holy April 6, beginning just after I step off the bus in Malmö:

 

”… I couldn’t find any correct street names within one second, but still easily found my way to the convention center. The building was grotesquely big, with Turning Torso [a hip skyscraper] in the background. I tried to shoot them, and the photo turned out… abnormally dark and weird? HAD THE FUCKING CAMERA SEMI-BROKEN DOWN ON ME BIG DAY?!?!?! [Indeed it had, after 2 years and a bazillion shots – good news was, if you used the flash, the pics still came out normal.] But no – I tried it in the corridor leading to the con, and the fucker worked again. Ahhh. I replaced the half-empty (?) batteries just in case. And entered the CON… By the far wall were the stars; I came in from (my) right and at the far end I saw the Brad sign, and then a glimpse of SOMEONE before someone else between us momentarily blocked my view… BUT I HAD INDEED GLIMPSED BRAD!!! Gasp!

 

I didn’t walk up to him right away. Btw, I’d accidentally left my phone in my jacket, so I extra-bothered the cloakroom attendant because of that. I needed a clock [my watch was borked], and if C.A. were to text me about some siggy… (She never did.) So. I walked around a bit, and looked to see if Brad bit his fans or something… Although there wasn’t any good place where one could stand and stare dreamily without being exposed as a creepy stalker. (Well, late in the day it occurred to me that I could stand behind a DVD rack, which worked like quite the hideout.) I found a big fat booth with all the stickers and patches in the world, and spent 300 years looking for Nine Inch Nails ones, DUH!! Well, at last I asked the seller (who was American) and he DID have a bunch of Nine Inch Nails stuff! Apparently everything was in alphabetical order… BOINK… but wasn’t? Well, I got a normal logo, ahhhh… Black on white. And a wine red Art Is Resistance flag! /…/

 

Anyway, eventually I started Geronimo-walking towards the Brad table, and the people at the front of the line disappeared before I was done dealing with the helper guy. Shit. Btw, I mentioned to him that my name is spelled with an F, so by the time I thought of Common Mistake #2 I didn’t dare nag about it again, hehe. Whatever. Then… GULP… I turned to…

 

ARGH…

 

BRAD!!! Guess I said ‘HI, THANKS FOR COMING’ or something, and extended my hand (camera attached; it thundered into the table, nevermind…), and he took it and sort of kept holding it, hehe, while I squealed ‘I’VE WAITED LIKE 3 YEARS FOR YOU TO COME HERE [OMG OMG LIKE OMG]!!!’ I don’t remember his answer to that, but he probably found it hugely impressive after hearing 10000 people scream that they’d loved him since… before ‘One flew over the cuckoo’s nest’. Aye. Today. Then again, it was a bit difficult to wait for ANYONE before I learned of the con’s existence… 4 years ago. Ehe.

 

But hey, my mom said I might be taken for a 15-year-old, and, um, perhaps I wasn’t allowed to watch scary Brad movies before the age of 12, hehehe.

 

Sniffle. Well, I asked him if this was his first time in Sweden. ‘Yes.’ ‘Cool…’ [Only because I fail at thinking of things to say. :| ] I panic-picked some Gríma print (one I had ALWAYS IMAGINED, ACTUALLY!!!) and he signed it, in gold:

 

‘To Josefin

Brad Dourif

Grima’

 

And before I squealed off, he said ‘Have a LOVELY day.’ I wuz liek ‘You too!’

 

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

 

MY FACE WAS BURNING!!!

 

*pant*

 

I texted C.A., who didn’t reply. Mhm. Well, after that, at various points throughout the day, I ran up to the other stars (Lorenzo Lamas, Doug Bradley, and Andy Secombe) and got handshakes and neat pics [not ACTUALLY neat, flash-free studio shots that is, just neat compared to some distant, grainy con-shots I’ve taken in the past…], but not in the case of Mads Mikkelsen.

 

And… in the midst of it all… I got myself a get-photographed-with-Brad ticket. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. It’s BRAD, dammit! His photo session was at 2; he’d just returned from his break and passed like one meter behind me. Eventually some kind of queue formed; I was somewhere in the middle maybe. Handshake when I got there and when I left! And he asked how I was and stuff. (And the photographer took care of my distracting ugly yellow folder during the shooting.) Afterwards, I remained in the vicinity, ogling as the rest of the fans got their pictures taken with Brad. /…/

 

I left relatively early, after staring towards Brad one last (?) time from behind the DVD rack… The Gothenburg bus left at 6.30.”

 

THE END! :B

 

---------------------------------

Vegan FAQ! :)

 

The Web Site the Meat Industry Doesn't Want You to See.

 

Please watch Earthlings.

Hehe... :D

 

Gríma is the coolest LOTR character! (Well, along with Shadowfax, and the Ringwraiths, and their horses... :B )

 

-------------------------------

Vegan FAQ! :)

 

The Web Site the Meat Industry Doesn't Want You to See.

 

Please watch Earthlings.

I made an art.

 

Brad Dourif 4eva.

Brad Dourif, Peter Murnick and Jeff Fahey in BODY PARTS.

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

www.mycine.com.ar/

Brad giving the Sid Haig look!?

The home belonging to the foster parents in the 1990 horror flick "Child's Play 2" (top) was supposed to be in Chicago. This home was actually a private residence in the city of South Pasadena.

This home is located at 2035 Milan Ave, South Pasadena.

#NowWatching: Child's Play (1988).

 

Sure, the concept of a three foot tall, killer doll may not sound like much on paper; but, holy shit! This scene just rekindled the same notion of terror that had overwhelmed me as a child.

 

I am reasonably disturbed by this scene.

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

www.mycine.com.ar/

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

www.mycine.com.ar/

Splatter Cinema's screening of CHILDS PLAY at the historic plaza theatre in Atlanta Ga

 

1/8/2013

www.plazaatlanta.com

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

www.mycine.com.ar/

Wallpaper of Brad Dourif as Lon Suder in "MELD". It's second season episode of Star Trek: Voyager.

 

BRADDOURIF.ORG is one of my website.

www.braddourif.org

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