Just another silly gaywad with lots of opinions and even more feelings. Artist. Math and science lover. Nerdy fankid/obsessive consumer of fiction. Wearer of bow ties, suspenders, and many many sweaters. Hugger of all the cats. Avid indoorsman.
I post a mix of anti-oppression politics,
fandom stuff, and anything I think seem interesting, cool, pretty, funny, or yummy.
You can currently expect to see a lot of Bomb Girls, Lost Girl, Doctor Who, Buffy, Once Upon a Time, Nikita, and whatever I happen to be watching on Netflix at any given time, but if something appeals to either uber nerds or 13-year-old girls, chances are good that I've seen it/love it/will occasionally make posts about it.
SABRIEL Conceptual Art (Part II) Bryce Homick designed these places as a part of his his Senior Thesis project, which was about making conceptual art for a video game based around the book Sabriel by Garth Nix. Click on each to see their names.
(Yes that’s Emma Watson reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower.)
What I’m most excited to see in the movie adaptation:
The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Emma Watson playing Sam (Perks character) who is playing Janet Weiss (TRHPS character). And Ezra Miller playing Patrick who is playing Dr. Frank-N-Furter. And Logan Lerman playing Charlie who is playing Rocky. And so and so forth. The real treat is, we get to see bits of TRHPS brought to life by this generation’s most talented young actors. I’m excited!
The I-Swear-We-Were-Infinite Moments. I’ve said this before and I’ll say this again: books are my friends but not my only friends. In that aspect I guess I can relate so much to Charlie. One of my sturdiest links to him is his road-trip moments with his friends—scenes where either Sam or Charlie is standing on the back of the speeding pick-up truck, with the perfect song playing in the background. Stephen Chbosky chose the right words for the feeling: infinite. I really wish they can translate the feeling well into the screen.
The Flashbacks. In the book, Charlie has a way of presenting his early memories with extraordinary vividness by just using the simplest words. I want to see how they’ll work that out in the movie. I hope they can bring the little ‘twist’ at the end with a loud bang.
The Soundtrack. More like hear. Perhaps they’ll just hand-pick a few tracks from Charlie’s many mixed tapes. I wish they choose the majority from the mix Charlie made for Patrick. Tasteful choice of songs!
Charlie (Logan Lerman) kissing half the cast. Ooooops sorry! Rabid Fangirl Slip! Pwahahaha.