Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (2001) Directed by Shinichirō Watanabe
The fate of destruction is also the joy of rebirth.
oh my god
this white boy
is he fucking twelve
He said it himself, Justin Bieber is detrimental to his own career. What a profound disregard for responsibility.
this video is so funny omg he sounds like a fucking idiot hahaha
Matthew McConaughey is gonna win an Emmy for that.
wow. that True Detective ending was phenomenal. I was literally on the edge of my seat the entire time.
I’m not going to say I cried during the final scene, but I cried during the final scene. Incredible filmmaking. (TV-making? I dunno)
I’m really curious what direction they’re going to go with this in the second season. Will they delve into the cult that the Tuttle and Childress families are a part of more? It appears obvious to me that the influence of this organization is enormous. I hope there are some connections between the first season and the second, even though it is an anthology. There should be some things to show that every season is in the same universe. Seeing as The King in Yellow was such a big influence on this first season (which itself is an anthology with a few key pieces of continuity, like The King in Yellow play), I wouldn’t be surprised if they went that route.
It depends. If you want to make a series just for fun than yeah you can totally do it. What I would suggest is outlining the entire story from the beginning - know your ending. Make sure you know your characters inside and out and find some good actors. Also, if you want your Slender Man to look good, you might have to spend a little bit of money. The rig we used for Slender Man in DH cost about 200 dollars if I remember correctly. However, if you want to be the next Marble Hornets or you’re doing it as some sort of career move I would advise against it. It seems like the ship has sailed, although I could be wrong. If you created a series that totally changed the game the slenderverse itself could be revitalized, but most likely after the biggest Slender series end, the fandom will slowly trickle away.
That would most definitely not be us. We live in New Jersey and I’ve never been to Illinois myself. Sorry to disappoint and spoil any potential stalking plans :^)