i have a feeling that this priest is gonna kill tyresse
Where are you going, Laura?
Self care 101
Okay reblogging this again because this scene literally changed my life
30 Days, 30 Monsters | day eleven
↳ The Long One
Before he made Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn made a whole mess of squicky genre films. His roots in Troma served him well when it came time to create Slither, which is a perfect throwback to sci-fi pulp of genre films past.
The film starts in true it-came-form-outer-space fashion with a crashed meteorite in the woods. Inside said meteor is The Long One, a parasitic alien whose only goal is to consume any planet it lands on until it is barren. This understandably causes some friction when it lands on Earth.
The Long One manifests in a number of ways, all of them lending to exceptional (and mostly practical) body horror. Michael Rooker plays primary host to the being and his transformation throughout the film from demure dorky husband to monstrous host is worth the price of admission alone. Slither is a love letter to the 50s invaders films that have sadly gone out of fashion more recently, as well as a testament to the gross-out pedigree that can only be obtained in Tromaville.
The Shining (1980)
In 1954, we awakened something… we call him “Gojira”.
You can become anything and do anything, right here, right now. It won’t be questioned. I came. I saw. I conquered. That’s a ball.
Twin Peaks: Episode 27 (AKA The Path to the Black Lodge) - Stephen Gyllenhaal - 1991
i definitely have a type when it comes to the boys i like haha it’s always shy skinny gentile boys who won’t put up a fight when i pin them down and suck their souls out thru their foreskin before me and my sisters slither back to our home deep in the dead sea where where we will wait a quarter century before shedding our tails and emerging once more to feed again