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spectralcutie:

I need to talk about Warthrop for a moment.

I loved his character in the first book, I loved all of the characters of course, but Warthrop was just kinda one of those people you’re like “i really care for this dude”. Then I read the second book. I watched him care for his best friend even though we all knew something horrible was going to happen and Warthrop would be helpless. “It’s a terrible thing to lose a friend”, lo and behold his best friend turned into a Wendigo and yeah. Not to mention that part where Will Henry gets bitten by John and WARTHROP WARMS WILL HENRY’S HANDS. It gets me every time. But the one part that broke my heart and made me love Warthrop even more was that part where he tells Will Henry he “fell” into the river. It just breaks my heart to know that happened, and I just can’t think about the fourth book Warthrop because I get very angry at Will Henry and really sad.

Weeell, but for every paragon of humanity moments, there’s always a less than stellar one: like the time when Will Henry, who at that time was still fresh from watching his parents die in a fire because of Warthrop and instead of receiving any sort of comfort from him was forced to dissect monsters, made him soup to make him happy and Warthrop told him to fuck off.

(It’s horrible, but I’m still laughing about that moment.)

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Psycho (1960)

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Need to remember this

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booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

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eviltriplet:

When a post I make doesn’t appear in The Monstrumologist tag because  I misspelled the title, I’m like, no really, this is my favorite book! The Mstronnugislotrist!

Which makes me wonder whether - if the movie ever gets made - they might name it something else. The first book is a bit Hollywood unfriendly in that both monstrumologist and anthropophagi are pretty difficult words.

Suggestions for alternative titles? I can only come up with lame ones like Monster Hunter’s Apprentice.

What about The Doctor of Natural Philosophy or The House on Harrington Lane or something like that.

I’m really excited for the movie, I’m concerned that they’ll screw it up and it will become like Avatar the Last Airbender, and I hope they come out with action figures.

I hope they make Anthropophagus plushies.

The House on Harrington Lane has a different genre feel to me, like a slow-paced melodrama where Will Henry wistfully looks into the sunset while braiding flowers into Warthrop’s hair.

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willhenreeeee replied to your post: When a post I make doesn’t appear in T…

To be honest if they name it something else and it’s lame or cheesy I will wince so hard

I think I’ll be wincing throughout the movie anyway, the title likely being the least winceworthy of everything they might do wrong ;)

When a post I make doesn’t appear in The Monstrumologist tag because  I misspelled the title, I’m like, no really, this is my favorite book! The Mstronnugislotrist!

Which makes me wonder whether - if the movie ever gets made - they might name it something else. The first book is a bit Hollywood unfriendly in that both monstrumologist and anthropophagi are pretty difficult words.

Suggestions for alternative titles? I can only come up with lame ones like Monster Hunter’s Apprentice.

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anarchydiver:

The reason why the room was pink was because on black and white film, hues of red become dark shades of black. Pink is the perfect balance to give it that dark creepy grey.
PHOTOGRAPHY BITCHES

A related fun fact: while old black and white film was under-sensitive to reds, it was correspondingly over-sensitive to greens. Actors whose characters were meant to have unnaturally pale complexions - like Morticia Addams - would often take advantage of this by wearing makeup with a green base tint in order to make their faces “pop”. This is where the modern trope of cartoon vampires having green skin comes from.

These are some fun fucking facts

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prokopetz:

anarchydiver:

The reason why the room was pink was because on black and white film, hues of red become dark shades of black. Pink is the perfect balance to give it that dark creepy grey.

PHOTOGRAPHY BITCHES

A related fun fact: while old black and white film was under-sensitive to reds, it was correspondingly over-sensitive to greens. Actors whose characters were meant to have unnaturally pale complexions - like Morticia Addams - would often take advantage of this by wearing makeup with a green base tint in order to make their faces “pop”. This is where the modern trope of cartoon vampires having green skin comes from.

These are some fun fucking facts

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I’ve been leafing through a book about cats and it says that a sign of trust is when the animal actively searches you out, lies down in your vicinity and slowly closes and opens its eyes while looking at you. Well, this just confirms my long-lasting suspicion that I really trust my cat.

frosti-the-snow-bitch:

Getting to the end of a BioWare RPG and realizing you made some really bad choices and didn’t do all the sidequests

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edwinlandfill:

does anyone else think that the whole Maeterlinck arc in TFD is one big reference to Maurice Maeterlinck and his The Blue Bird

because the egg of T. cerrejonensis is basically a blue bird egg - a material thing a protagonist becomes fixated on as a supposed source of happiness, unable to realize that happiness is fleeting and cannot be contained in material objects

I don’t think so actually because T. Cerr. is imo a continuation of the theme from Isle - this is the holy grail of monstrumology, oh wait it isn’t, *this* is the holy grail.

And I think what Warthrop wants is to be immortalized through his contribution to science which is pretty immaterial. He doesn’t care about the egg for its own sake in the beginning but rather about presenting it to his colleagues and being the one to do so, it’s only at the end that he hides the snake in his house from everybody, which is pointless and crazy, but there you go.

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