Bootheels & Bowie Knives

proclivities include cinema, art, literature, history, dirty sex, and gratuitous violence.

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jaded-mandarin:

St. George the Dragon-Slayer, 1729.

jaded-mandarin:

St. George the Dragon-Slayer, 1729.

“The English who first came to this country were but a handful of people, forlorn, poor, and distressed. My father [Massasoit] was then sachem; he relieved their distresses in the most kind and hospitable manner. He gave them land to plant and build upon. They flourished and increased. By various means they got possessed of a great part of this territory. But he still remained their friend until he died. My elder brother became sachem; he was seized and confined and thereby thrown into illness and died. Soon after I became sachem they disarmed all my people. Their land was taken; but a small part of the dominion of my ancestors remains. I am determined not to live until I have no country.”

—    Metacomet (via richardferro)

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tierradentro:

“Christ in the Wilderness”, 1872, Ivan Kramskoy.
#lonelinessinart

tierradentro:

Christ in the Wilderness”, 1872, Ivan Kramskoy.

#lonelinessinart

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signerick:

"Beowulf and Grendel"

signerick:

Stellan in “Beowulf and Grendel”

anneofpembroke:

ravenousconfessions:


“This movie actually makes me kinda hungry”


There is no kinda.
It just makes me hungry. Very, very hungry.

anneofpembroke:

ravenousconfessions:

This movie actually makes me kinda hungry”

There is no kinda.

It just makes me hungry. Very, very hungry.

thefilmfatale:

Directors Martin Scorsese and James Cameron have different ideas about the use of CGI in film:

"My big concern is that the image, ultimately, with CGI, I don’t know if our younger generation is believing anything anymore on screen. It’s not real." - Martin Scorsese

"When was it ever real? There was kind of a wall there and nothing over there. There are 30 people standing around. There’s a guy with a boom mic, there’s another guy up on a ladder with his ass crack hanging out. There’s fake rain. Your ‘street, night exterior New York’ was a ‘day, interior Burbank’. What was ever real?" - James Cameron

(via handful-ofdust)

Watch the trailer of my new short film, THE CLOWN THAT SCRAPED THE SKY, about a clown the size of Godzilla that wades ashore onto the picturesque beaches of a small New England town.

He’s huge, and he’s hungry. On the day the clown came, nobody was laughing.

andnowimhere:

Short of burning it all down, you gotta trust someone.

DEADWOOD | Reconnoitering the Rim - 1.03

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suonko:

Illustration of a Viking Ship Returning Home by John Charles Dollman

suonko:

Illustration of a Viking Ship Returning Home by John Charles Dollman

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