comicbookcovers:

Avengers #262, December 1985, cover by John Buscema and Tom Palmer

comicbookcovers:

Avengers #262, December 1985, cover by John Buscema and Tom Palmer

fuckyeahexistentialism:

Bergman och Fårö

paulftompkins:

I’M SO SICK OF ELDERLY PEOPLE ON THE NEWS BUZZ MARKETING “THE FLYING DUTCHMAN A CINEMATIC EPIC”

paulftompkins:

I’M SO SICK OF ELDERLY PEOPLE ON THE NEWS BUZZ MARKETING “THE FLYING DUTCHMAN A CINEMATIC EPIC”

yggdrasilly:

These men are perfection. [x]


"The Lodger: A Story Of The London Fog" (1927) - dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

"The Lodger: A Story Of The London Fog" (1927) - dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

earwolf:

Danny Mahoney (Andy Daly) sings from the heart.

Click here to listen to the full episode!

the-dark-city:

A Val Lewton/Jacques Tourneur double feature on the big screen  March 20th - March 22nd in Los Angeles at The New Beverly Cinema;

"Cat People" (1942)

Thu/Fri: 7:30 pm; Sat: 4:05 & 7:30 pm
  • 1942, USA, 35mm, 73 minutes
  • Directed by Jacques Tourneur; produced by Val Lewton; written by DeWitt Bodeen; starring Simone Simon, Kent Smith, Tom Conway, Jane Randolph, Jack Holt

"I Walked With A Zombie" (1943)

Thu/Fri: 9:05 pm; Sat: 5:40 & 9:05 pm

  • 1943, USA, 35mm, 69 minutes
  • Directed by Jacques Tourneur; produced by Val Lewton; written by Curt Siodmak and Ardel Wray; based on Inez Wallace’s story; starring James Ellison, Frances Dee, Tom Conway

General Admission - $8.00  - The New Beverly Cinema @ 7165 W. Beverly Blvd., one block West of La Brea - ample free street parking and yummy super reasonably priced concessions       http://www.newbevcinema.com/

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Where the Wild Things Are by BigBadRobot

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Where the Wild Things Are by BigBadRobot

comicbookcovers:

The Avengers #57, October 1968, cover by John Buscema

comicbookcovers:

The Avengers #57, October 1968, cover by John Buscema

fuckyeahreligionpigeon:

Why don’t you STFU you fat bastard.

John Hagee to Atheists: Accept America as a Christian Nation or LEAVE!

Clearly, history is not one of Pastor John Hagee’s strong suits. He fired his latest salvo in the imaginary war on Christmas at atheists saying that this is a Christian nation and if they don’t like that they are free to leave.

Attacking those who would speak truth to the historical roots of the Christmas celebration he said, “Humanists are now making the claim that Christmas was originally a pagan holiday.  Hey, dummy, look at the word: Christ-mas.”

While it is true that Christmas comes from the original Roman Catholic term “Christ’s Mass,” the word is the only thing with strictly Christian roots — all of the rest of the trappings and rituals of the holiday come from much older pagan celebrations.  In other words, as the good pastor ridicules those who know the history, he only displays his own ignorance.

He is apparently unschooled in the intent of the Constitution as well, since after suggesting that non Christians avail themselves of the frequent flights out of the country he concludes, “It’s time for the majority to rule this nation!”

Sorry again, Pastor Hagee, but the intent of the Constitution is to prevent absolute rule by the majority.  Unfettered, majority rule would rapidly become tyranny by the majority, the sort of thing that pastor Hagee advocates.

Watch the excerpt from his rant sermon above.

- See more at: http://aattp.org/john-hagee-to-atheists-accept-america-as-a-christian-nation-or-leave/#sthash.1KUuUZUB.dpuf

John Hagee to Atheists: Accept America as a Christian Nation or LEAVE