suddenly-kissed:

nowwatchmefly:

MY FUCKING HEART

i love this so damn much

1 year ago on 18 January 2013 ~ 11:11pm 618,307 notes

Hurts - All I Want For Christmas Is New Year’s Day [x]

1 year ago on 14 December 2012 ~ 11:14pm 110 notes
Womb (2010) directed by Benedek Fliegauf
or “Clone”, as it was alternatively released as; 
Okay, so I pretty much just watched this film, because it contains Matt Smith and his sweet ass. Also probably a bit to satisfy my own sick curiosity. 
Basically the plot-line goes;
Girl meets boy.
Girl goes to Japan.
Girl comes back 12 years later.
Girl and boy hit it off.
Boy is killed in a car accident.
Girl has clone of boy artificially inseminated into her uterus.
Girl gives birth to boy.
Girl raises the boy as her son.
Boy reaches maturity.
Boy finds out who he really is.
They have sex.
They realise exactly what they’ve done and boy leaves.
The End
After just watching it I am in a very weird frame of mind. It was a very good film and definitely makes you think about possibilities, ideas and ethics.But, I am not sure if I am glad I watched it or not though. I can’t un-watch it now. If I hadn’t though, I’d always be curious.
Also, I don’t think I can ever look at the Eleventh Doctor quite the same way any more. I wasn’t ready for a new Doctor before watching this film, but I am now!

Womb (2010) directed by Benedek Fliegauf

or “Clone”, as it was alternatively released as; 

Okay, so I pretty much just watched this film, because it contains Matt Smith and his sweet ass. Also probably a bit to satisfy my own sick curiosity. 

Basically the plot-line goes;

  • Girl meets boy.
  • Girl goes to Japan.
  • Girl comes back 12 years later.
  • Girl and boy hit it off.
  • Boy is killed in a car accident.
  • Girl has clone of boy artificially inseminated into her uterus.
  • Girl gives birth to boy.
  • Girl raises the boy as her son.
  • Boy reaches maturity.
  • Boy finds out who he really is.
  • They have sex.
  • They realise exactly what they’ve done and boy leaves.
  • The End

After just watching it I am in a very weird frame of mind. It was a very good film and definitely makes you think about possibilities, ideas and ethics.
But, I am not sure if I am glad I watched it or not though. I can’t un-watch it now.
If I hadn’t though, I’d always be curious.

Also, I don’t think I can ever look at the Eleventh Doctor quite the same way any more. I wasn’t ready for a new Doctor before watching this film, but I am now!

2 years ago on 15 June 2012 ~ 11:00pm 1 note
2 years ago on 11 March 2012 ~ 8:26pm 239 notes
Matt Bellamy (Muse) hugs The Edge (U2) after performing ”Where the Streets Have No Name” live at Glastonbury Festival on the 26th June 2010.

Matt Bellamy (Muse) hugs The Edge (U2) after performing ”Where the Streets Have No Name” live at Glastonbury Festival on the 26th June 2010.

2 years ago on 5 February 2012 ~ 11:30pm 73 notes