Video 29 Aug 5,924 notes

argynw:

Pokémon Power Vol. 1, August 1998 (pages 1-10)

I’ll be scanning and posting more of these in the near future. Enjoy the nostalgia!

Photo 29 Aug 15,582 notes skull-bearer:

GODZILLA!

skull-bearer:

GODZILLA!

Video 29 Aug 16,682 notes

"Or we could just get it first and improvise!"

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Photo 29 Aug 26,455 notes

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Video 28 Aug 5,966 notes

shaketheweightofliving:

when you realize how deep the lyrics of “Obvious Bicycle” are, it hits you and then you cry.

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Photo 28 Aug 20,666 notes

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Photo 28 Aug 5,017 notes

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Photo 28 Aug 5,960 notes knightlife:

"Whatcha thinkin’ about?"
"Oh idk, Draugr stuff…"

knightlife:

"Whatcha thinkin’ about?"

"Oh idk, Draugr stuff…"

Photo 28 Aug 28,052 notes
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Photo 28 Aug 30,930 notes 
Aubrey Plaza by Father John Misty

Aubrey Plaza by Father John Misty

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Photo 27 Aug 179 notes kk-kimye:

Kanye West at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

kk-kimye:

Kanye West at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

Photo 27 Aug 376 notes cracked:

We used to only have a Kevin Smith story about Superman Lives. Now we’re going to get the entire epic (of it not being an epic).
5 Weird New Movies That Deserve Way More Hype

#5. The Death of Superman Lives: A Documentary About the Most Hilarious Cinematic Near-Miss
Filmmaker Jon Schnepp created a full-length documentary recounting the entire $190 million debacle called The Death of Superman Lives, which features interviews with Smith, Burton, Cage, and other people who were aboard this cinematic Hindenburg before it went down in flames.

Read More

cracked:

We used to only have a Kevin Smith story about Superman Lives. Now we’re going to get the entire epic (of it not being an epic).

5 Weird New Movies That Deserve Way More Hype

#5. The Death of Superman Lives: A Documentary About the Most Hilarious Cinematic Near-Miss

Filmmaker Jon Schnepp created a full-length documentary recounting the entire $190 million debacle called The Death of Superman Lives, which features interviews with Smith, Burton, Cage, and other people who were aboard this cinematic Hindenburg before it went down in flames.

Read More

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Photo 27 Aug 20 notes Killian Eng’s new Star Wars poster

Killian Eng’s new Star Wars poster

Photo 27 Aug 459 notes This is my favorite fanmade poster

This is my favorite fanmade poster

Photo 27 Aug 24,122 notes mesovideo:

My bedspread just arrived.

mesovideo:

My bedspread just arrived.


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