Fear and Loathing in Cranford, NJ

We were somewhere around Westfield, in the middle of Garwood, when the drugs began to take hold
Thoughts when I here about girls’ periods:
-gross
-gross
-yuck
-yuck
-gross
-GODDAMN IT STOP TELLING ME MORE ABOUT IT!

Thoughts when I here about girls’ periods:
-gross
-gross
-yuck
-yuck
-gross
-GODDAMN IT STOP TELLING ME MORE ABOUT IT!

(via rainbowpui)

swedesinstockholm:

 
Ed Ruscha, Large Trademark with Eight spotlights, 1962
she’s a twentieth century fox

swedesinstockholm:

Ed Ruscha, Large Trademark with Eight spotlights, 1962

she’s a twentieth century fox
Did you just get period blood all over my fingers?

…..you’re such a stupid bitch

Did you just get period blood all over my fingers?

…..you’re such a stupid bitch

(Source: ttttatia)

hardboiledflix:

RoboCop (1987)
In Paul Verhoeven’s landmark sci-fi thriller, the  monolithic corporation controlling a futuristic, crime-riddled Detroit  transforms a dead cop (Peter Weller) into a cybernetic law-enforcement  unit called RoboCop — and soon the streets are safe.  But as Robo cleans up the city, he seeks to avenge his death, and  uncovers a conspiracy stretching from the back alleys to the boardroom  of the company that reengineered him.

Cranford’s own:
PART MAN.
PART ALMOST SEGWAY.
ALL DOUCHE BAG.

hardboiledflix:

RoboCop (1987)

In Paul Verhoeven’s landmark sci-fi thriller, the monolithic corporation controlling a futuristic, crime-riddled Detroit transforms a dead cop (Peter Weller) into a cybernetic law-enforcement unit called RoboCop — and soon the streets are safe. But as Robo cleans up the city, he seeks to avenge his death, and uncovers a conspiracy stretching from the back alleys to the boardroom of the company that reengineered him.

Cranford’s own: PART MAN. PART ALMOST SEGWAY. ALL DOUCHE BAG.

(via hardboiledflix-deactivated20110)

totalfilm:

Green Lantern review
“Are you ready to have your mind blown?” asks Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern.
It’s a leading question that lays down the gauntlet for Martin Campbell’s belated intro to one of DC Comics’ second-tier crime-fighters. Put a line like that in your script and it practically requires you to be mind-blowing. Unfortunately, Lantern isn’t.
Ouch

totalfilm:

Green Lantern review

“Are you ready to have your mind blown?” asks Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern.

It’s a leading question that lays down the gauntlet for Martin Campbell’s belated intro to one of DC Comics’ second-tier crime-fighters. Put a line like that in your script and it practically requires you to be mind-blowing. Unfortunately, Lantern isn’t.

Ouch