The soundless sound of shadows flicking light
i can’t believe that tomorrow is the 1st of halloween

Well, I finally figured out the mistake I kept making in a dance routine. Unfortunately, it is now a little more than two months after the performance.

thehappysorceress:

maudelynn:

The Haunted Dollhouse~ 

via http://www.otterine.com

(I want this so very much) 

Dollhouse of my dreams.

I love the fact that nearly half of my tag is filled with extensive photo sets of Jerry Orbach.

Happy birthday, Mel Tormé!

flammentanz:

Alan Badel as “Mr. X” in the episode “In The Picture” from the film “Three Cases of Murder” (1955)

The elegant, mysterious “Mr. X” is a painter who even after his death further perfected his artwork - at the expense of human lives …

This episode has a wonderful uncanny atmosphere for instance when the artist emerges from his own painting and re-enters it.  

art-and-fury:

Cathedral in Winter -  Ernst Ferdinand Oehme

art-and-fury:

Cathedral in Winter -  Ernst Ferdinand Oehme

Well, guess who has re-appeared from out of the ether?

1. He is British. 2. He's from an Alfred Hitchcock film. 3. He has a mustache. 4. The actor who portrays him has a name that starts with L. 5. He could be described as irritable, cold, sarcastic, and cryptic.

Let me see… is it Max De Winter? Admittedly I had to refresh my memory on Hitchcock films, but once I saw Rebecca listed I didn’t have to look at the article.

#precious baby noodle #gyllen løve #dean o'gorman #dead #bofa (and no going to my blog to peek)

One of your three favorite Hobbit fellows, and not Richard Armitage. The blondish one with the shoulder-length hair.

captainbritish:

l-eviosa:

STEP 1. 

Think of a character.

STEP 2. 

Send me 5 facts or clues about this person.

STEP 3. 

Watch me suffer and try to guess this character. 

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Thank you, Screenadder. Fortunately, the feeling has already passed to some extent. I think it’s just stress over the work I need to do and the work I want to do and a relative’s negative attitude about everything of late. Thank you for your concern, and have a wonderful week.

I don’t know why, but I have this growing feeling of apprehension that has been plaguing me for the past few days. There just seems to be something sinister in the air.