Fake Pockets: A How To
Fake Pockets: A How To
The Sound of Silence is a horror games that dynamically adapts to a person’s greatest fear. It will deliver a different experience to each player. The game is said to be released in early 2014.
You can view the full concept idea of it here: X
I wish to play this game. Like right now. No one knows my deepest fears, not even me. This shall be good
I WAS SO HAPPY WHEN I GOT THIS MESSAGE
FACT OF THE DAY: it’s apparently not okay to raise 16,200 seagulls from birth, train them every day in the art of aerial warfare, and then unleash them upon a medium sized township
Have you ever looked back at your life and realized that you legitimately dealt with depression but tried to normalize it by assuming you were just lazy or antisocial?
reasons to date me
- no pressure to wear pants in my presence
- or any clothes at all really
- but it’s up to you
- u can be big spoon or little spoon
- totally your choice
- i’m always ready to make out
- also u don’t even have to buy me things just maybe an ice cream cone every once in a while that’s it
- i’ll let you lick it though
- i mean the ice cream cone
- well not just the ice cream cone
Reminder - nothing needs to happen to you for you to become depressed. It’s a chemical imbalance in the brain. Your life could be perfect and you could be depressed anyway, and the same tactics for managing it don’t work for everyone.
A Symposium of Animated Proportions
Hey guys! Every year my college does a film symposium, and next semester the topic of study will be animation. It’s a 3 day event that screens films of a certain genre, and due to a vote, animation won out, and I would like to think I was part of that contribution because of how passionately I talked about it.
However, I will need your help. My film teacher who is in charge of organizing the whole event, has asked me to send her a list of the top 10 animated films she should watch over the summer in preparation for the event. She specified she does NOT want a list of ten Disney movies (which is not what I was going to give to her anyway). I want to send her the 10 most important, influential, and critically acclaimed animated films ever, although obviously the list will be highly subjective. I do not just want a list of films with pretty animation. I need suggestions from tumblr of what are the most important, and why.So far I have picked 4:
1. Akira- anyone who knows anything about animation and specifically, anime, knows that this is one of the most important animated films of all time. It effectively introduced anime to North America, and the rest of the world, to the Japanese style of animation and was very influential in some big blockbuster Hollywood productions (including the Matrix.)
2. Spirited Away- First foreign animated film to win the animated Oscar, highest grossing Japanese film of all time, highest grossing non-american film in the world, a true animated masterpiece,
3. Princess Mononoke/Howl’s Moving Castle- I’m going to let my film teacher choose between these two. These are the second and third highest grossing animated films in the world, both with a strong political message that Spirited Away doesn’t have— Howl’s is more anti-war, Mononoke’s is more environmental. Both with very different heroines- Mononoke’s may be more unique, however, I prefer Howl’s and find it more accesible. Mononoke’s representation of women I also find to be more feminist, but Howl’s themes are a little more complicated while Mononoke’s are very clear.
4. Toy Story- I think this should be self explanatory- first feature length computer animated film, totally changed the game of animation, basically eliminated the relevancy of traditionally animated films.
I’ve also considered Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs for being the first full length animated film ever but I feel it might be redundant to put focus on this film because besides it being the first animated film the content is nothing spectacular or thought-provoking. Also some of my research has shown Polar Express to be important because it is the first time-motion capture technology and basically made 3D movies popular. I’d also love to have some suggestions of animated films that are not American or Japanese but ONLY if you think they’re important. This can include shorts as well!(Just not TV shows). I am also taking films like Grave of the Fireflies and Watership Down into consideration.
EVEN if you’re not interested or cannot help, PLEASE REBLOG!!! I’m very passionate about showing appreciation and love for animated movies. <3 Thanks everyone!