So many items arranged so beautifully.

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Alma is a creepy short film that is about 5 minutes long. It’s about a adorable little girl, who finds a doll that looks just like her in an abandoned store. I’m not going to spoil it for you, but this short film was disturbingly amazing. (Watch it here) (Masterpost of creepy short films)

Oh my gosh, I remember this film. It’s terrifying.

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I know this was pointed out within days (hell, hours) of TEH airing, but I wanted to expand on it a little bit.

Despite Moffat’s recent quote about Sherlock finding no women attractive, I know his (and Gatiss’s) earlier quotes protesting The Gay still troubles many fans who want the romance we see actualized, and is often used as ammunition by those who insist any romantic reading is a fandom delusion. TPTB not only denied any possibility of a Sherlock/John romance, they often sounded irritated, as if the mere idea of their two main characters falling in love was ludicrous. (I mean, anyone would get irritated after being asked the same question for the hundredth time, but that’s beside the point.)

Moffat and Gatiss knew the issue of Sherlock and John and sexual/romantic attraction was a hot topic. And that’s not all – they pay pretty close attention to lots of popular pairings and inside jokes in the fandom. In TEH, they decided to have a little fun with fans by including a few fantasy kisses. 

If Moffat and Gatiss were truly that tired of getting the Sherlock/John question; if they really do just get their shits and giggles queerbaiting on an epic scale; if they wanted to simultaneously give Johnlockers their fantasy moment without actualizing it…well, they missed a golden opportunity.

If an explanation for the fall was the number one scene fans were anticipating in TEH, Sherlock and John’s reunion was a close second. Why not have a little fun with audience expectations and theories on that, too? Why didn’t we see Sherlock strut over to that table in his waiter getup and whip off those glasses, causing John to gasp and get shakily to his feet, staring at Sherlock with tear-filled eyes, then grabbing him an epic liplock that has restaurant patrons cheering before cutting to Mycroft rolling his eyes at Anthea and saying “I think you’ve been reading too much Nora Roberts, dear…”?

If they truly don’t intend to ever actualize the romance, this was their opportunity to have their cake and eat it too – acknowledge the fans and give them what (they think) we want, but not “go there.” In fact, if you check out the Sherlock forums out there where fans aren’t so much invested in ships and mostly debate plot and the mysteries, many expressed mild surprise after TEH that even the Sherlock/Jim ship got a nod, but not Sherlock/John. 

That footage doesn’t exist for a reason.


I’m not tagging this at all, so if it ends up in a ship tag, please know that my intent here isn’t to hate on any ship. 

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Gather round kids, I have a headcanon to share.

The background of Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza is vague but one thing is certain. Four children were murdered, their bodies never found by police. Since then, the animatronics had been described as walking corpses. It’s been thought that they’re possessed by the dead children, furthered by the audio glitch that’s been discovered. The animatronic screams usually stop half way through the track, but if they carry on they become what sounds like a child’s scream. 

So, this got me thinking. If these things are possessed by children, but how often does the child shine through the character they portray?

Foxy has unique behaviour in the game. Hiding behind the curtains of pirate’s cove, where he seems to be rotting away. He only comes out when the cameras aren’t watching, only to run to the security room and find you there.

My theory? Foxy, until he successfully runs into the security room, is recreating his final living moments as a child. His injured self, hiding in pirate’s cove, waiting for the opportune moment to run to the security room to grab to phone in hopes that someone will come to save him, before his murderer catches up to finish him off.

When you shut that door just in time, he bangs against it in despair, before hiding once more. He’s stuck in an endless and terrified cycle, unless he finds you first.

(via queen-of-worlds-that-dont-exist)

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