Whyyyy did I pause it there? What have I done?! #TheAnimaniacs
TSUM TSUM GIVEAWAY!!!!
I haven’t done a giveaway in a while so here you go with the newest Disney craze! (and my current obsession…)
(All the prizes depends on what disneystore.com has in stock when giveaway is over)
FIRST PLACE: One large tsum tsum of choice and five small tsum tsums of choice.
SECOND PLACE: One medium tsum tsum of choice and three small tsum tsums of choice.
THIRD PLACE: Five small tsum tsums of choice.
- MUST be following me. This is a thank you for all my lovely followers! I will check.
- Reblogs ONLY, likes do not count. Reblog as many times as you want!
- MUST have your ask box OPEN. If you do not respond within three days of me contacting you, I will pick a new winner.
- I WILL ship worldwide!
END DATE: October 29th, at 5 PM eastern time.
I will use random.org to pick the three winners!
Okay, so here’s the original, I found it! You can reblog either post and I’ll count all entries!
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) is a German silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene from a screenplay by Hans Janowitz and Carl Mayer. It is one of the most influential films of the German Expressionist movement and, according to Roger Ebert, is "the first true horror film". Dr. Caligari’s (Werner Krauss) somnambulist, Cesare (Conrad Veidt), and his deadly predictions. The film used stylized sets, with abstract, jagged buildings painted on canvas backdrops and flats. To add to this strange style, the actors used an unrealistic technique that exhibited "jerky" and dance-like movements. This film is cited as having introduced the twist ending in cinema.
THE BIRDS WILL KILL US ALL!!! RUNNNNN!
I’m your deadly nightshade, I’m your cherry tree
You are getting verrry sleepy. Look into my wheel. You are getting sleepy… sleepy….
Fangirl Challenge - 2/10 Movies: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
There was a barber and his wife, and she was beautiful. A foolish barber and his wife. She was his reason and his life, and she was beautiful. And she was virtuous. And he was… naive.