No Cities Left

Streams of consciousness from a barstool romantic.
slaughterhouse90210:

“Those previous versions of herself were so distant now that remembering them was almost like remembering other people, acquaintances, young women whom she’d known a long time ago, and she felt such compassion for them. ‘I regret nothing,’ she told her reflection in the ladies’ room mirror, and believed it.”—Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven

slaughterhouse90210:

“Those previous versions of herself were so distant now that remembering them was almost like remembering other people, acquaintances, young women whom she’d known a long time ago, and she felt such compassion for them. ‘I regret nothing,’ she told her reflection in the ladies’ room mirror, and believed it.”
—Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven

— 8 hours ago with 403 notes
mrgolightly:

Canada could literally start a genocide and I would still be wearing a maple leaf in my heart because of this movie. Ginger Snaps is probably the best and most creative werewolf movie that I’ve seen. What makes it such a great addition to the horror genre isn’t just the blood and guts, but also the underlying themes in it. It ever so subtly tackles the subject of impending womanhood and how others react to it, making it a pretty feminist approach to lycanthrope folklore. I mean, the title character Ginger has her first period (and just so happens to be bitten by a werewolf soon after) and is suddenly this new person who can’t control what she does or wants, yet offers no apologies when it comes to achieving her desires. It’s smart and clever and so much fucking fun. Oh, and Canada, y’all should seriously declare Katharine Isabelle as a national export because she’s flawless and you should receive some kind of compensation for her amazingness. 

mrgolightly:

Canada could literally start a genocide and I would still be wearing a maple leaf in my heart because of this movie. Ginger Snaps is probably the best and most creative werewolf movie that I’ve seen. What makes it such a great addition to the horror genre isn’t just the blood and guts, but also the underlying themes in it. It ever so subtly tackles the subject of impending womanhood and how others react to it, making it a pretty feminist approach to lycanthrope folklore. I mean, the title character Ginger has her first period (and just so happens to be bitten by a werewolf soon after) and is suddenly this new person who can’t control what she does or wants, yet offers no apologies when it comes to achieving her desires. It’s smart and clever and so much fucking fun. Oh, and Canada, y’all should seriously declare Katharine Isabelle as a national export because she’s flawless and you should receive some kind of compensation for her amazingness. 

— 21 hours ago with 190 notes
glitterandghouls:
The Witch House of Salem, Massachusetts.

glitterandghouls:

The Witch House of Salem, Massachusetts.

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— 1 week ago with 76043 notes
slaughterhouse90210:

“Everyone thinks writers must know more about the inside of the human head, but that’s wrong. They know less, that’s why they write. Trying to find out what everyone else takes for granted.”―Margaret Atwood, Dancing Girls

slaughterhouse90210:

“Everyone thinks writers must know more about the inside of the human head, but that’s wrong. They know less, that’s why they write. Trying to find out what everyone else takes for granted.”
―Margaret Atwood, Dancing Girls

— 2 weeks ago with 1057 notes