alwaysenduphere: (star trek//spock prime)
I saw Cabin in the Woods on Sunday. While I am not a fan of horror movies and it did not serve to make me a fan, nor was it supposed to, I absolutely loved it. Typical Joss in that equally horrifying and hilarious script. Also Fran Kranz!

ok not that many spoilers but the board with all the creatures? ANGRY MOLESTING TREES!!! And then they popped out of the elevator and I WAS HAPPY. Also the unicorn killing was hilarious but then I said "But it doesn't shoot rainbows out of its ass" and the people behind us chuckled. There weren't very many people in the theater with us but there were points where we were all L O L ing in a loud and ridiculous manner. Especially at the Merman at the end.

Good times.


Am currently reading a book written by William Shatner about Star Trek conventions. Don't laugh, man, it's really good. I took it to work with me the other night, not thinking that I also happened to be wearing my Millenterprise Falcon tshirt and reading a book with Shatner's face on the cover. Felt like a huge dork.

The book's really good though, it talks about how Shatner didn't really understand conventions and why people go year after year, so he kind of went undercover in costume and asked(harassed) other con-goers for info. It talks about the very first Star Trek convention which, ngl, I got all teary-eyed reading about. It also mentions the first convention I ever went to, one of the 25 years of Trek/ Is Kirk really dead? cons that happened right after Star Trek Generations came out. And look, I was four, my parents dragged me to it and several more conventions before I actually GOT why it was so fun, I'll admit freely too, but it's really nice to read about why the celebrities go year after year, too, and it's not all for money (tho Bill freely admits it was at first.) Basically, I wish I could shove this book in the face of everyone's who's ever given me the stink eye when I've told them how many cons I've been to, Supernatural, Star Trek or otherwise.(i don't think I've been to any otherwise?) Then maybe they would understand.

Going to see The Hunger Games in a couple hours for a third time, with my mother. Should be interesting, as I'm sure she'll be asking me questions THE WHOLE TIME. I'll have to refrain from saying "bitch you read the damn book you figure it out." LOL. But seriously my mom is THE WORST person to go see an action movie with. Or any movie, really.
alwaysenduphere: (star trek//spock prime)
I saw Cabin in the Woods on Sunday. While I am not a fan of horror movies and it did not serve to make me a fan, nor was it supposed to, I absolutely loved it. Typical Joss in that equally horrifying and hilarious script. Also Fran Kranz!

ok not that many spoilers but the board with all the creatures? ANGRY MOLESTING TREES!!! And then they popped out of the elevator and I WAS HAPPY. Also the unicorn killing was hilarious but then I said "But it doesn't shoot rainbows out of its ass" and the people behind us chuckled. There weren't very many people in the theater with us but there were points where we were all L O L ing in a loud and ridiculous manner. Especially at the Merman at the end.

Good times.


Am currently reading a book written by William Shatner about Star Trek conventions. Don't laugh, man, it's really good. I took it to work with me the other night, not thinking that I also happened to be wearing my Millenterprise Falcon tshirt and reading a book with Shatner's face on the cover. Felt like a huge dork.

The book's really good though, it talks about how Shatner didn't really understand conventions and why people go year after year, so he kind of went undercover in costume and asked(harassed) other con-goers for info. It talks about the very first Star Trek convention which, ngl, I got all teary-eyed reading about. It also mentions the first convention I ever went to, one of the 25 years of Trek/ Is Kirk really dead? cons that happened right after Star Trek Generations came out. And look, I was four, my parents dragged me to it and several more conventions before I actually GOT why it was so fun, I'll admit freely too, but it's really nice to read about why the celebrities go year after year, too, and it's not all for money (tho Bill freely admits it was at first.) Basically, I wish I could shove this book in the face of everyone's who's ever given me the stink eye when I've told them how many cons I've been to, Supernatural, Star Trek or otherwise.(i don't think I've been to any otherwise?) Then maybe they would understand.

Going to see The Hunger Games in a couple hours for a third time, with my mother. Should be interesting, as I'm sure she'll be asking me questions THE WHOLE TIME. I'll have to refrain from saying "bitch you read the damn book you figure it out." LOL. But seriously my mom is THE WORST person to go see an action movie with. Or any movie, really.
alwaysenduphere: (star trek//spock prime)
I saw Cabin in the Woods on Sunday. While I am not a fan of horror movies and it did not serve to make me a fan, nor was it supposed to, I absolutely loved it. Typical Joss in that equally horrifying and hilarious script. Also Fran Kranz!

ok not that many spoilers but the board with all the creatures? ANGRY MOLESTING TREES!!! And then they popped out of the elevator and I WAS HAPPY. Also the unicorn killing was hilarious but then I said "But it doesn't shoot rainbows out of its ass" and the people behind us chuckled. There weren't very many people in the theater with us but there were points where we were all L O L ing in a loud and ridiculous manner. Especially at the Merman at the end.

Good times.


Am currently reading a book written by William Shatner about Star Trek conventions. Don't laugh, man, it's really good. I took it to work with me the other night, not thinking that I also happened to be wearing my Millenterprise Falcon tshirt and reading a book with Shatner's face on the cover. Felt like a huge dork.

The book's really good though, it talks about how Shatner didn't really understand conventions and why people go year after year, so he kind of went undercover in costume and asked(harassed) other con-goers for info. It talks about the very first Star Trek convention which, ngl, I got all teary-eyed reading about. It also mentions the first convention I ever went to, one of the 25 years of Trek/ Is Kirk really dead? cons that happened right after Star Trek Generations came out. And look, I was four, my parents dragged me to it and several more conventions before I actually GOT why it was so fun, I'll admit freely too, but it's really nice to read about why the celebrities go year after year, too, and it's not all for money (tho Bill freely admits it was at first.) Basically, I wish I could shove this book in the face of everyone's who's ever given me the stink eye when I've told them how many cons I've been to, Supernatural, Star Trek or otherwise.(i don't think I've been to any otherwise?) Then maybe they would understand.

Going to see The Hunger Games in a couple hours for a third time, with my mother. Should be interesting, as I'm sure she'll be asking me questions THE WHOLE TIME. I'll have to refrain from saying "bitch you read the damn book you figure it out." LOL. But seriously my mom is THE WORST person to go see an action movie with. Or any movie, really.
alwaysenduphere: (spartacus//it lifts spirits)
Finished Mockinjay for a second time last night at work. It's a good thing it's Easter break or everyone still awake at 5am would've seen me fighting to keep the tears from forming a puddle on the desk.

The ending is still extremely unsatisfying and the whole book is just brutal in a way that a YA novel should probably not be, but I...(i don't want to say enjoyed because it is far too depressing for that)...don't find it as horrible as I did the first time I read it. I think I probably rushed it the first time because I tend to do that, and this time I read every word of Katniss' horrific PTSD, a fact that didn't really register the first time, either.

(trying out the spoiler text)


FINNICK OH FINNICK. I don't remember caring about you so much on round one, but oh lord your death is so wildly unsatisfactory I CAN'T EVEN. Two lines and ~his life flashes before Katniss' eyes~ and then he's not even mentioned again until the epilogue. Sigh. And now everyone's speculating on who will play him in the movies, and I'm not usually one to care about that sort of thing too much (matter of fact, I prefer having a face to put to a character as opposed to one I've made up myself, which I know is unusual.) but I don't want a face on Finnick. Like, no one will match up to him for me, I don't think. (Unless there's a male version of Jennifer Lawrence somewhere.) [livejournal.com profile] unreckless mentioned she pictured him as a early S1 Dean, and man, Jensen's wee face is probably the only face that I would accept freely at this point (though it makes thinking about Finnick's ridiculous death even worse DD:) but that ship has sailed with age, sooooo. Every name I've heard thrown out though is just...no.

Also, JOHANNA. I'd forgotten her and Katniss' Rocky training montage sort of thing and how she relapses, AND THEN WE NEVER SEE HER AGAIN. A lot of the fanfiction assumes she goes to 2 with Gale but that's not actually said? And ugh. There needs to be a short story companion to the series post-war but pre-epilogue, about characters other than Katniss, since her world is just a messy blur. I didn't even feel like her world was okay in the epilogue, or really that she even wanted those children, which is SO NOT A HAPPY ENDING goddamnit.

I feel like I'll start back at THG in a few weeks again just so I can have naive pre-war Katniss and not-crazy Peeta. THE CYCLE CONTINUES

aaagh and the movie no one will see with me. i went by myself because i wanted to see it THEN but i figured someone would want to see it again. brett keeps making up excuses (okay work keeps needing him BUT STILL he won't tell me his schedule) and my mom for sure keeps blowing me off and well. i don't have anybody else.

super bummed the director won't be back for the second movie. also steadily becoming one of those fans that CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT MOVIE!!1!!!!1! I've never been one of those fans and I. don't. like. it.

tl;dr THG has eaten my brain.

(Oh, and I now ship Katniss/Haymitch lord save us all. Fanfiction is the devil. come on thg fandom, write more!)

[This post is incredibly superficial but I couldn't even begin to articulate how pissed off I am at life right now.]
alwaysenduphere: (thg//thanks for your consideration)
Finished Mockinjay for a second time last night at work. It's a good thing it's Easter break or everyone still awake at 5am would've seen me fighting to keep the tears from forming a puddle on the desk.

The ending is still extremely unsatisfying and the whole book is just brutal in a way that a YA novel should probably not be, but I...(i don't want to say enjoyed because it is far too depressing for that)...don't find it as horrible as I did the first time I read it. I think I probably rushed it the first time because I tend to do that, and this time I read every word of Katniss' horrific PTSD, a fact that didn't really register the first time, either.

(trying out the spoiler text)


FINNICK OH FINNICK. I don't remember caring about you so much on round one, but oh lord your death is so wildly unsatisfactory I CAN'T EVEN. Two lines and ~his life flashes before Katniss' eyes~ and then he's not even mentioned again until the epilogue. Sigh. And now everyone's speculating on who will play him in the movies, and I'm not usually one to care about that sort of thing too much (matter of fact, I prefer having a face to put to a character as opposed to one I've made up myself, which I know is unusual.) but I don't want a face on Finnick. Like, no one will match up to him for me, I don't think. (Unless there's a male version of Jennifer Lawrence somewhere.) [livejournal.com profile] unreckless mentioned she pictured him as a early S1 Dean, and man, Jensen's wee face is probably the only face that I would accept freely at this point (though it makes thinking about Finnick's ridiculous death even worse DD:) but that ship has sailed with age, sooooo. Every name I've heard thrown out though is just...no.

Also, JOHANNA. I'd forgotten her and Katniss' Rocky training montage sort of thing and how she relapses, AND THEN WE NEVER SEE HER AGAIN. A lot of the fanfiction assumes she goes to 2 with Gale but that's not actually said? And ugh. There needs to be a short story companion to the series post-war but pre-epilogue, about characters other than Katniss, since her world is just a messy blur. I didn't even feel like her world was okay in the epilogue, or really that she even wanted those children, which is SO NOT A HAPPY ENDING goddamnit.

I feel like I'll start back at THG in a few weeks again just so I can have naive pre-war Katniss and not-crazy Peeta. THE CYCLE CONTINUES

aaagh and the movie no one will see with me. i went by myself because i wanted to see it THEN but i figured someone would want to see it again. brett keeps making up excuses (okay work keeps needing him BUT STILL he won't tell me his schedule) and my mom for sure keeps blowing me off and well. i don't have anybody else.

super bummed the director won't be back for the second movie. also steadily becoming one of those fans that CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT MOVIE!!1!!!!1! I've never been one of those fans and I. don't. like. it.

tl;dr THG has eaten my brain.

(Oh, and I now ship Katniss/Haymitch lord save us all. Fanfiction is the devil. come on thg fandom, write more!)

[This post is incredibly superficial but I couldn't even begin to articulate how pissed off I am at life right now.]
alwaysenduphere: (thg//thanks for your consideration)
Finished Mockinjay for a second time last night at work. It's a good thing it's Easter break or everyone still awake at 5am would've seen me fighting to keep the tears from forming a puddle on the desk.

The ending is still extremely unsatisfying and the whole book is just brutal in a way that a YA novel should probably not be, but I...(i don't want to say enjoyed because it is far too depressing for that)...don't find it as horrible as I did the first time I read it. I think I probably rushed it the first time because I tend to do that, and this time I read every word of Katniss' horrific PTSD, a fact that didn't really register the first time, either.

(trying out the spoiler text)


FINNICK OH FINNICK. I don't remember caring about you so much on round one, but oh lord your death is so wildly unsatisfactory I CAN'T EVEN. Two lines and ~his life flashes before Katniss' eyes~ and then he's not even mentioned again until the epilogue. Sigh. And now everyone's speculating on who will play him in the movies, and I'm not usually one to care about that sort of thing too much (matter of fact, I prefer having a face to put to a character as opposed to one I've made up myself, which I know is unusual.) but I don't want a face on Finnick. Like, no one will match up to him for me, I don't think. (Unless there's a male version of Jennifer Lawrence somewhere.) [livejournal.com profile] unreckless mentioned she pictured him as a early S1 Dean, and man, Jensen's wee face is probably the only face that I would accept freely at this point (though it makes thinking about Finnick's ridiculous death even worse DD:) but that ship has sailed with age, sooooo. Every name I've heard thrown out though is just...no.

Also, JOHANNA. I'd forgotten her and Katniss' Rocky training montage sort of thing and how she relapses, AND THEN WE NEVER SEE HER AGAIN. A lot of the fanfiction assumes she goes to 2 with Gale but that's not actually said? And ugh. There needs to be a short story companion to the series post-war but pre-epilogue, about characters other than Katniss, since her world is just a messy blur. I didn't even feel like her world was okay in the epilogue, or really that she even wanted those children, which is SO NOT A HAPPY ENDING goddamnit.

I feel like I'll start back at THG in a few weeks again just so I can have naive pre-war Katniss and not-crazy Peeta. THE CYCLE CONTINUES

aaagh and the movie no one will see with me. i went by myself because i wanted to see it THEN but i figured someone would want to see it again. brett keeps making up excuses (okay work keeps needing him BUT STILL he won't tell me his schedule) and my mom for sure keeps blowing me off and well. i don't have anybody else.

super bummed the director won't be back for the second movie. also steadily becoming one of those fans that CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT MOVIE!!1!!!!1! I've never been one of those fans and I. don't. like. it.

tl;dr THG has eaten my brain.

(Oh, and I now ship Katniss/Haymitch lord save us all. Fanfiction is the devil. come on thg fandom, write more!)

[This post is incredibly superficial but I couldn't even begin to articulate how pissed off I am at life right now.]
alwaysenduphere: (spartacus//it lifts spirits)
The Hunger Games was awesome and I've been trying to explain to all the clueless people I know about why they should really go see this movie.

spoilers for thg )

Supernatural. was. awesome. Lately I've actually found myself getting genuinely upset when people complain about it now, like, I don't want to see that negativity and stop raining on my parade, in a way that I haven't before because I've only been marginally okay with the show since I became a part of fandom. But I have loved this entire season in a way that I haven't loved a season since season two and I'm really tired of people picking it apart and finding all its flaws. If that's the way you watch a show I feel sorry for you, tbh.

spoilers for 7.17 )
alwaysenduphere: (crowley//king of)
The Hunger Games was awesome and I've been trying to explain to all the clueless people I know about why they should really go see this movie.

spoilers for thg )

Supernatural. was. awesome. Lately I've actually found myself getting genuinely upset when people complain about it now, like, I don't want to see that negativity and stop raining on my parade, in a way that I haven't before because I've only been marginally okay with the show since I became a part of fandom. But I have loved this entire season in a way that I haven't loved a season since season two and I'm really tired of people picking it apart and finding all its flaws. If that's the way you watch a show I feel sorry for you, tbh.

spoilers for 7.17 )
alwaysenduphere: (crowley//king of)
The Hunger Games was awesome and I've been trying to explain to all the clueless people I know about why they should really go see this movie.

spoilers for thg )

Supernatural. was. awesome. Lately I've actually found myself getting genuinely upset when people complain about it now, like, I don't want to see that negativity and stop raining on my parade, in a way that I haven't before because I've only been marginally okay with the show since I became a part of fandom. But I have loved this entire season in a way that I haven't loved a season since season two and I'm really tired of people picking it apart and finding all its flaws. If that's the way you watch a show I feel sorry for you, tbh.

spoilers for 7.17 )
alwaysenduphere: (harry potter//to see the world)
ALWAYS

Oh god oh god that was a bit emotionally traumatizing.

There are days I think I love Ron Weasley almost as much as I love Dean Winchester. Today is one of them.

It was everything I expected it to be and more. And everything it needed to be. I've never really been a part of the fandom itself, but I imagine we're all feeling ALL THE FEELINGS all the same right now.


We are the Harry Potter generation and nothing can take that from us. It'll never end, because the magic forever lives in our hearts. &hearts
alwaysenduphere: (harry potter//to see the world)
ALWAYS

Oh god oh god that was a bit emotionally traumatizing.

There are days I think I love Ron Weasley almost as much as I love Dean Winchester. Today is one of them.

It was everything I expected it to be and more. And everything it needed to be. I've never really been a part of the fandom itself, but I imagine we're all feeling ALL THE FEELINGS all the same right now.


We are the Harry Potter generation and nothing can take that from us. It'll never end, because the magic forever lives in our hearts. &hearts
alwaysenduphere: (harry potter//to see the world)
ALWAYS

Oh god oh god that was a bit emotionally traumatizing.

There are days I think I love Ron Weasley almost as much as I love Dean Winchester. Today is one of them.

It was everything I expected it to be and more. And everything it needed to be. I've never really been a part of the fandom itself, but I imagine we're all feeling ALL THE FEELINGS all the same right now.


We are the Harry Potter generation and nothing can take that from us. It'll never end, because the magic forever lives in our hearts. &hearts
alwaysenduphere: (jared//I FEEL STUPID WHEN IM DANCING)
I want it on a shirt. I shall wear it. Though I wouldn't want people to think I hated gays or anything?

I LOVE SUPERNATURAL. I knew there was a reason I hadn't given up on it yet. Besides the fact that I'm too in love with Dean Winchester to not care.

I'm a real boy now! )


And about Harry Potter... I fucking loved it. I haven't been that fond of most of the movies, that whole book-to-movie ruins it snob thing, though the last one was good as a movie but not as a book adaptation. I think I made a smart choice by NOT re-reading Deathly Hallows though, because I wasn't comparing every minute and just...enjoyed. And cried a lot.

Spoilers for the movie, I suppose. )

I do not have a tag for Harry Potter. Oh well.
alwaysenduphere: (jared//I FEEL STUPID WHEN IM DANCING)
I want it on a shirt. I shall wear it. Though I wouldn't want people to think I hated gays or anything?

I LOVE SUPERNATURAL. I knew there was a reason I hadn't given up on it yet. Besides the fact that I'm too in love with Dean Winchester to not care.

I'm a real boy now! )


And about Harry Potter... I fucking loved it. I haven't been that fond of most of the movies, that whole book-to-movie ruins it snob thing, though the last one was good as a movie but not as a book adaptation. I think I made a smart choice by NOT re-reading Deathly Hallows though, because I wasn't comparing every minute and just...enjoyed. And cried a lot.

Spoilers for the movie, I suppose. )

I do not have a tag for Harry Potter. Oh well.
alwaysenduphere: (jared//I FEEL STUPID WHEN IM DANCING)
I want it on a shirt. I shall wear it. Though I wouldn't want people to think I hated gays or anything?

I LOVE SUPERNATURAL. I knew there was a reason I hadn't given up on it yet. Besides the fact that I'm too in love with Dean Winchester to not care.

I'm a real boy now! )


And about Harry Potter... I fucking loved it. I haven't been that fond of most of the movies, that whole book-to-movie ruins it snob thing, though the last one was good as a movie but not as a book adaptation. I think I made a smart choice by NOT re-reading Deathly Hallows though, because I wasn't comparing every minute and just...enjoyed. And cried a lot.

Spoilers for the movie, I suppose. )

I do not have a tag for Harry Potter. Oh well.
alwaysenduphere: (sam//relevant to my interests)
One Promo Shot for Supernatural 5.05 )

/semi-related, I did finish reading Alice in Wonderland finally, but didn't start Through the Looking Glass. Alice is just too whiny and stupid for me, and I don't like the style of writing. (Sorry, bb).I did enjoy the Cheshire cat, though. And I'm still looking forward to the new movie.
alwaysenduphere: (sam//relevant to my interests)
One Promo Shot for Supernatural 5.05 )

/semi-related, I did finish reading Alice in Wonderland finally, but didn't start Through the Looking Glass. Alice is just too whiny and stupid for me, and I don't like the style of writing. (Sorry, bb).I did enjoy the Cheshire cat, though. And I'm still looking forward to the new movie.
alwaysenduphere: (sam//relevant to my interests)
One Promo Shot for Supernatural 5.05 )

/semi-related, I did finish reading Alice in Wonderland finally, but didn't start Through the Looking Glass. Alice is just too whiny and stupid for me, and I don't like the style of writing. (Sorry, bb).I did enjoy the Cheshire cat, though. And I'm still looking forward to the new movie.

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