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May

The Bohemian Tarot now has an app! I can’t afford to get a physical copy of the deck, but at least there’s an app!

Things that went through my head while watching this video:

  • Oooh, one of my favorite Rasputina songs!
  • Good outfit. Yes, bring that to me.
  • That’s the hair texture/style I’ve always wanted. Big, elaborately curly, tousled hair. 
How to tell when Auntie Jilli is taking a break from whatever writing project she’s working on: a spike in searches on the keywords “silver ankh”, in the vain hope that she’ll eventually find a replica of the ankh from The Hunger.
(No, not the Ankh of the Dead from Alchemy Gothic. She already has that one.) 

How to tell when Auntie Jilli is taking a break from whatever writing project she’s working on: a spike in searches on the keywords “silver ankh”, in the vain hope that she’ll eventually find a replica of the ankh from The Hunger.

(No, not the Ankh of the Dead from Alchemy Gothic. She already has that one.) 

In which Auntie Jilli is way behind the times in YA literature

Wait wait wait, The Fault In Our Stars is a YA cancer book and soon to be movie? With lots of heartwrenching thoughts about mortality and so on? Is Teh Internets in general going to start a witch hunt if I say “thanks but no, I’ll pass, don’t need fictionalized versions of that in my life”?

Hey fiends, don’t forget to check back tomorrow night at 5pm (pst) for the premiere of our new Creature Feature single ‘Nearly Departed’.
Stay weird,
Curtis Rx (via villainsandvaudevillians)
For me, the internal logic — this has driven writers on the show batty [to the point] where they’d be stamping around the writers’ room saying, ‘This show is bullshit! It doesn’t make any sense!’ and it’s like, actually, this makes emotional sense. That’s the story I want to track. I want to track emotion, and I want to track cinema. Logic, I think, is important, but it is secondary or tertiary. […] I have no interest in telling a forensic thriller.

"Hannibal" creator Bryan Fuller explains how the show sometimes drives its own writers nuts (via bonearenaofmyskull)

Which is why I love it - this is a nightmare. Nightmares do not have logic. I have no issues with this Fancy Cannibal being a magical murder wizard…or Satan.

This is a nightmare, not a procedural.

(via brokenponycutiemark)

::nods emphatically at what StuntHusband said::

Also, let me state HOW MUCH LOVE I have for the statement “Logic, I think, is important, but is secondary or tertiary.” That statement could be applied to SO MANY aspects of my life.

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Spirit Board Jewel Box, from Bloodmilk. Oh, if only 1) I had a large amount of frivolous spending money to splurge on this and the jewelry I want to go with it, and 2) there wasn’t a no spirit or ouija boards rule for our household. (It’s a thing I’ll explain at some point, but the short form is that I made a promise and I intend to keep it, no matter how personally fascinated by the iconography.) 

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spookysproul:

The Death shirts are now available for pre-order via our Etsy!

This pre-order will be up for just over 1 week, between Friday the 30th of May and Sunday the 8th of June, after which we will place the order for the shirts and get these shipped out to you as soon as humanly possible.

This image was thought of, created, and otherwise handled by Jon Sproul in dreary Seattle, Washington with obvious inspiration from Neil Gaiman.

Pre-orders will receive an 8x10 print on heavyweight cardstock of the painting of this image.

If you don’t pre-order, you will get what anyone gets, you’ll get a t-shirt.

*PLEASE NOTE - Women’s sizes will almost definitely NOT be available after the pre-order*

Go, go! Pre-order! 

favorite movie characters: Mary Poppins → Mary Poppins (1964)

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brokenponycutiemark:

BORING GOTHS MAYBE.
The BEST goths (and regardless of what the Lady of the Manners, my StuntWife may say, I DO grade on a sliding scale of “yes, nice/no, get away from me”) are both dead AND enjoy dancing.
(grabs her hand, pulls her to the floor for “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” or “Threat Of Love” or “Beers, Steers, and Queers”)

The StuntHusband speaks the truth. 

brokenponycutiemark:

BORING GOTHS MAYBE.

The BEST goths (and regardless of what the Lady of the Manners, my StuntWife may say, I DO grade on a sliding scale of “yes, nice/no, get away from me”) are both dead AND enjoy dancing.

(grabs her hand, pulls her to the floor for “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” or “Threat Of Love” or “Beers, Steers, and Queers”)

The StuntHusband speaks the truth. 

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This is delightfully unsetting.

This is delightfully unsetting.

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Where IS a butler with this cupcake for me? 

Where IS a butler with this cupcake for me? 

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Speaking of Bandom, I just watched the final two videos for the Youngblood Chronicles. No real resolution, but hey! Sir Elton covered in stage blood. So pretty much what I expected: gore, ridiculousness, and fun.

(I think it’s time to reread Bandpires. It’s always time to reread Bandpires.)

Oh hai, GIF form representation of the Bandom playlist. 

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Etsy Find: Machado Handmade

hautemacabre:

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The downside to shoes handmade by one dude in Portugal is, he doesn’t make a whole lot of shoes. His Etsy store, Machado Handmade, is pretty bare. The upside is, if you can convince him to make you a pair, these are the witchiest witch-poo boots ever. I’m pretty sure just owning a pair will get your broomstick off the ground, and they probably come with a little black kitten stuffed in the toe.

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::makes high-pitched squeaking noises, points at the monitor::

(Edit: huh, the images look distorted on my reblog, but there’s nothing I can do to fix them. )

Upon first glance, I honestly did think this was from the original Drac In A Box catalog.

pinerosolanno:

Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter 1997-98