The Real YouDay after day, you busy yourself with things that you enjoy, hobbies that make you content, spend time with people who make you laugh. Your friends see you smile and love the sunshine it brings to them, and you yourself are glad you could give them happiness. They see you as someone to turn to when they need to be reminded that life isn't so bad, that there is a way to express joy through the hard times, and they thank you for helping them, even though it seems like you were doing nothing but being yourself. But it was being yourself that spread those smiles to others, wasn't it? A chain reaction caused by the simple act of your own face preforming the ever so contagious grin. They see you as carefree, jubilant, energetic, and nothing seems to bother you. You love when people tell you you've made them smile, and it makes you smile, glad to know that you brought them happiness.The Real You5 hours ago in Emotional More Like This
Then you remember who you really are. You remember that they've never seen the real you. You remember that the
American Psycho - Return of October-a-ThonAmerican Psycho - Return of October-a-Thon14 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Released in 2000 under the direction of Mary Harron ("The Notorious Bettie Page," "Six Feet Under") with distribution through Lions Gate Films on a budget of $7 million; "American Psycho" is a psychological black comedy based on the controversial novel of the same name by Bret Easton Ellis. Upon it's release, the film was met with polarizing reaction from the film-going audience, half hailing it as a smart and witty slam on yuppie culture with a fantastic actor in the lead role, the other, dismissing it as a pretentious mess and a poor adaptation of Ellis' sharp satire that took the joke too literally. Thanks to the miracle of technology, the film found life on DVD and grew a cult following that appreciated the film's jab at male vanity and a sardonic look at 1980's greed and materialism.
And yes, before you even comment below, I was quoting the FunnyOrDie parody they did with Huey Lewis and Weird Al making fun of that scene.
In what may be 1987 New York City, 27 year-old wealthy inves
I'm Sorry Guys :(First off, I want to start off by apologizing from the bottom of my heart for closing down my DeviantART page. I wasn't in a good place. It was an impulsive decision that I made, which I do too often for my own good.I'm Sorry Guys :(4 hours ago in Letters More Like This
I have realized my mistake and I'm putting up my page again. I was a fool to abandon you all like that and for that I am so, so, so sorry. I should have just said I was going on a break, god what a dumb thing I did, I'm so sorry you guys.
Eternal-Violet-Void is back, she's ready to go, but first.
Let me take a self-
What I meant to say was, I really want to take this time to thank formerly Fe0 and TonyStarks-Girl who were real troopers for putting up with me.
Those two are the real Deviants, above and beyond friends and the most amazing people I could ever have the pleasure of meeting.
This is all you guys, thank you for kicking my ass in gear.
But yes, Eternal-Violet-Void is back to stay.
Wes Craven's New Nightmare ReviewWes Craven's New Nightmare Review6 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Remember when I said cynical Horror fans know better than to fall for the title "The Final Nightmare?" Yeah, no shit. New Line was not done yet as the 10th anniversary of the original Nightmare on Elm Street was approaching in 1994 (and hey, not only is the film 30 years old this year, this one is 20 years old now. Awesome!). The conception for the film started when Robert Shaye took notice of Craven's unhappiness with not getting much profit and called up the guy to make amends in which he'll finally be paid for the film he made for them in 1984 as well as getting a share from the sequels and merchandising. Of course, Shaye despite announcing that Freddy is dead, wanted another go ahead but wanted Wes Craven involved to write and direct again this time. He agreed and took a look at the sequels...and could not make sense of any of them as he could not follow the storyline and how to make sense out of all them for a coherent sequel. Nothing new could be done with them...excep
Things seemed to have never changed...Looks like things don't change:Things seemed to have never changed...19 hours ago in Philosophical More Like This
From space to space.
As technology advances.
We are still left with disasters....
From time to time.
Wars, disease, racism and others.
Seem to recycle every single day....
Nothing seems to have changed...
Dear Ex,My heart overflows with gratitude to you for the wonderful way that you've been treating me since our breakup. The past months have been truly enlightening, and the gifts that you have given to me have warmed my heart, strengthened my spirit, and broadened my mind.Dear Ex,11 hours ago in Emotional More Like This
First, I must thank you for ignoring me, especially for passing me straight on the street, staring at your shoes as if you hadn't seen me there, even though I had been walking so close to you that our shoulders would have bumped each other, had there been only a foot's less distance between us. The time without you has forced me to reach within myself for the companionship and encouragement that I needed to press on. It has proved to me that you weren't as much as I had made you out to be, and enabled me to learn to carry on without you. You taught me a lot about putting others before myself, versus knowing when to put myself before others.
Secondly, I am grateful for your petty arguments, demanding my attention while
Happy Birthday No amount of words in poetry or prose can describe my feelings about you, although I keep collecting the words I feel do the best job at it.Happy Birthday20 hours ago in Emotional More Like This
I sleep with my window open at night, no matter the temperature, because my parents took my air-conditioner out and now the hum of that old machine does not play in my dreams anymore- I have to replace that with the sounds of the trees rustling outside. My little dog has always provided the warmth I need to survive, but I never knew I would find a greater heat inside my heart whenever I am with you.
A year ago, I was in love with two boys who both disappointed me, yet I could not get them out of my head. It is funny to think a preacher’s son would be making out with a girl three times his size in the hallway, but your brother’s behavior has always been bizarre. So far, you have amazed me by not being a typical teenage boy. You don
HalloweenI'm trying very hardHalloween21 hours ago in Letters More Like This
to imagine our love
as a bag of candies.
There will be times
we reach into each other
and pull something bitter,
And other times,
we will reach and
pull something sweet,
That 'she'Hatred.That 'she'7 hours ago in Emotional More Like This
That's all she can sense around her as she walks along the street. They're glaring at her as if she was nothing but a disgusting rubbish. They're calling her by hurtful names, insulting her, putting her down. They are spitting at her, hitting her without reason.
And yet, she goes on walking as if nothing was happening. Their words seem to be like water on a duck's back.
Her tears has been flooding her face every evening, but no one has ever seen them. She's wearing scars, but they can't see them either, because they're hidden under her clothes. Her heart is broken but no one knows it because she seems so confident, walking with her head high, ignoring their words even though they hurt her.
But what they don't know is that when she's alone, she keeps wondering: “Why? Why is everyone acting like that with me? What have I done?”, and that she keeps blaming herself while she's innocent. She thinks she can't do anything right, and she shouldn't have been born.
Once it starts, it never stops....Once it starts, it never stops..........Once it starts, it never stops....19 hours ago in Emotional More Like This
The Golem and The Djinni by Helene Wecker:A reviewWhen I read the blurb, I guessed that this would most likely be the weirdest book I’ve ever read. In all fairness, it is and it does work.The Golem and The Djinni by Helene Wecker:A review9 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
A debut novel from Helene Wecker, it follows two fantasy creatures who find themselves in 1900s New York. A Prussian man, Otto Rotfeld requests shaman Yehudah Schaalman to make him a golem to be his wife that is courteous, curious and intelligent. Once she is made, he crates her up and sets sail to the American city, along the way waking her and promptly dying. This leaves the golem alone: a golem is born needing a master and without one, she hears other people’s desires and, if angry, looses herself and shows her strong violent side. Fortunately, she is found by Rabbi Avram Meyer, who takes her in and decides to teach her how to behave in the human world. Meanwhile, Boutros Arbeely, a tinsmith in Little Syria, is requested to mend a flask, only to find a trapped djinni inside. Confronted with being unable to return to his natural state
Gamergate and my stance on it.So, gamergate happened. I have an opinion on it. And I'm going to say it. After.Gamergate and my stance on it.16 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
What do I mean by "after" ? After everyones forgotten by it.
I could tell you how it started, but then I'll be called sexist. I could tell you that abhorrent response to woman in gaming media, but then I'll be called a white knight. You can see my dilemma.
Do I pick the side of truth* against journalists convictions and (thought provoking) arguments against the feminist movement, but be considered a member of people who ignore all the trolls threatening to rape and murder woman for having different opinions?
Do I pick the side of the feminists and there supporters (I'm all for feminism, it's just had some missteps in recent years. Especially in gaming.), but ignore any criticism for feminism and journalist conduct?
Really, until this issue resolved itself, or I get a guarantee of neutrality from both sides (so basically, only one choice), there can be an intelligent conversation about the subje
Marvelous Movies: Guardians of the Galaxy ReviewMarvelous Movies: Guardians of the Galaxy Review16 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Title: Guardians of The Galaxy
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Superhero, Comic Book
Director: James Gunn
Distributors: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Writers: James Gunn, Nicole Perlman, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning
Run-Time: 2 Hours and 2 Minutes (122 Minutes)
Rating: PG-13 (For Intense Sequences of Sci-Fi Violence and Action, and for some Language)
And this is what happens when you go with your family to watch a well-received movie like GOTG. My Sister loved the movie, and my Father went so far as to say its the best action movie ever made...And while I disagreed on the action movie bit, I couldn't agree more with what they said about it. So, how about I review a movie I saw last week with family? Lesbian-I mean, lets begin...
The Movie is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, is based on a comic book superhero group made by Marvel of the same name as this mo
UntitledChapter 2Untitled9 hours ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
Sitting on a nearby bench she put her bag in front of her feet and started to find something to eat she smiled when she found her favorite food m&m’s opening the large bag and grabbed a handful of the delicious chocolate. she took in her surroundings and looked around her she was in the forest just outside a abandoned building not far from civilization if she needed supplies. There was no sign of her parents or anyone else that she could see she smiled at the fact that she was finally free of their grip on her she was about to eat another piece of candy when she heard a stick break. Fear quickly gripped her small frame and she instantly froze she didn’t move for fear of being attacked. Slowly she put her candy away and got her bag back on she went over to a nearby tree and hid behind it. The bushes rustled again to reveal a man he looked to be a drug dealer he wore a black hoodie with a purple mask and yellow sunglasses a red symbol was on the front part of the ho
On a brownie highI have a sweet tooth, a chocolate tooth and a filled tooth. The latter is a result of the former. In order to keep the filling in its proper place and not yank it out mid-chew, I avoid chewing sticky foods on that side. That means taking a bite of the chocolate, transferring it all to the side which is yet unmolested by the siege of sweetness, and chomping it one-sidedly to slush. My jaw does not like this arrangement. It protests. I insist that I’ve received the “overload” memo. It puts up banners and waves flags. It sends a whole “too much strain on this end” message through flag-waving signals. Finally, I give in. I cut back on the chocolate input through chocolate bars and look for substitutes instead. Chocolate mousse. Chocolate cake. Chocolate ice cream. Chocolate choco latte. You get the idea.On a brownie high7 hours ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
It is every chocoholic’s dream to find something that is rich but not overwhelmingly so. I discovered my something the day I started experimenting with
I made Sims 3 version of Lacey ChabertIn The Sims 3 made Sim version of the voice-actress called: Lacey Chabert. I'm huge fan of the voice-actress so thought about the ideas creatoring her in Sims 3.I made Sims 3 version of Lacey Chabert51 minutes ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
I made Sims 3 version of Lacey ChabertIn The Sims 3 made Sim version of the voice-actress called: Lacey Chabert. I'm huge fan of the voice-actress so thought about the ideas creatoring her in Sims 3.I made Sims 3 version of Lacey Chabert58 minutes ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The Lightning Thief Film Review Part 1 The movie opens with this.The Lightning Thief Film Review Part 1 22 minutes ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
As you can see, we start off with lightning and then some guy (obviously Poseidon) coming out of the water, as a fucking giant, and there’s a fisherman standing there watching it all happen. In the books, the PJOverse has the Mist which stops a regular mortal from seeing supernatural stuff by changing them into something their brains can process. But judging from the guy’s shocked reaction, the Mist doesn’t exist in this fucked up universe. If that’s the case, then why’s he just standing there with some dull surprise? Most people would fucking panic if they witness the same thing he did. Are they doing it to make the scene more dramatic? If so, it fails, because of the plot holes that would cause.
Why doesn't the Mist exist in this movie? Without it, it'd be
pretty hardfucking impossible to cover up supernatural stuff, what's to keep the Muggles
Review:The devil rides outThe devil rides outReview:The devil rides out2 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The devil rides out is a horror film starring Cristopher Lee and Charles Grey, 90 minutes long, directed by Terence Fisher. Two men get more than they were bargained for after saving a friend for the influence of joining a cult.
I think that some may be slightly getting ahead of themselves here, the story of this film is based on a plot created by the author of I am legend which having read the book of, destroys the atmosphere of this film, with that said the feeling that the writer is capable of better is there. Still it’s a worthwhile horror film and one of the more mature ones. It’s got a competent idea for a good horror film and moves at a quick, taut pace, keeps itself short and is helped by a performance by Lee which shows he’s having a heck of a lot of fun here. What really makes it is the slimy, creepy villain played by Grey who understands this all too well and is accompanied by the likes of giant spiders, goat men, mind control, such thin
Tyler's Game Reviews: Super Smash Bros. for 3DSTyler's Game Reviews: Super Smash Bros. for 3DS7 hours ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Hey, guys. It's me, Tyler. Welcome to Episode 2 of Tyler's Game Reviews. For this episode, I'll be reviewing Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS, released on October 3, 2014. For those unaware of Super Smash Bros., I'll fill you in.
Super Smash Bros. is a series of fighting games that was that brainchild of Masahiro Sakurai, creator of the Kirby series. The series got its start on the Nintendo 64 in 1999, and ended up becoming one of Nintendo's most successful franchises. It got several sequels like Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Nintendo GameCube, Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Wii, the 3DS installment, and we'll have an upcoming installment for the Wii U scheduled this November.
The concept of Super Smash Bros. is a crossover between various characters from Nintendo franchises like Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Metroid, Star Fox, etc. Unlike most fighting games, where the objective is to beat up your opponent to deplete their health bar, Smash takes a more unique app
And I'm never alonechapter 1And I'm never alone10 hours ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
There is nothing left to fear
The alarm blared loudly to the lifeless form of Alex Murphy she had just gone to bed not too long ago after getting her homework done for her English and Chemistry class. She was happily snoozing when there was loud knocking on the door suddenly waking her from her slumber.
“Alex wake up you fucking whore” shouted her mother making the 20 year old instantly wake up her heart pounding in her chest making her sit up
“Alright I’m up” she replied stretching and standing up she looked at her clock and sighed today was going to be a long day
Alex sighed and ruffled her chocolate brown hair as she stood up walking over to her dresser grabbing a black tank top and her baggy cargo pants and started to get dressed her socks was the last thing that she started to put on then she began to hunt down her boots as she put her coat on. Cautiously she opened her door and slowly walked out silently closing the door behind her th