I found this LitReactor list of disturbing yet literary works interesting, not least because of the ten items listed, I’ve only read four. (I plan to rectify that soon.) Keep in mind, though, that it’s not a “ten best” list or anything of the sort. Thinking of all the additions I would make reminds me of how deep the field really is, and how pointless genre boundaries are.
Can you identify the horror or suspense films featuring these quotes (without resorting to Google)? Some are obvious — others, less so. And a couple may be flat out obscure. But they are all films that I like.
- “Good. Bad. I’m the guy with the gun.”
- “He has his father’s eyes.”
- “The sow is mine!”
- “What does he do, this man you seek?”
- “They’re coming to get you, Barbara, there’s one of them now!”
Early emoticons, published in Puck magazine, March 30, 1881.
It may have started as a joke, but now it’s real. I’d love to get one of these residencies.
This certainly makes me reconsider my love of cheap RTA furniture and those tasty, tasty meatballs. Why is Ikea a Non-profit?
I love Iceland. I love volcanoes. Ergo, I love these photos of Iceland’s Bardabunga volcano erupting.
Now this is a rug that would tie the room together! The rolling planchette coffee table is a bonus.
The symbol above represents extinction. The circle signifies the planet, while the hourglass inside serves as a warning that time is rapidly running out for many species.