I was more disappointed that I didn’t watch Top Gun than not having sex. 

The struggle! 

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blastedheath:

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918), Schlafendes Paar [Sleeping Couple], 1909. Pencil on paper, 32 x 30 cm.
Your body is the piece of the Universe you’ve been given. Geneen Roth   

(Source: sci-universe, via bruisinq)

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kittenmeats:

"Hausu" (1977) - Nobuhiko Obayashi
I have not put much thought into how my love of horror movies (and in this case, horror novels) relate to my work.
I have since my earliest memories love horror. My mother constantly reminds me that from age 1-3 I could not go to sleep without listening to the Tales From The Crypt opening score. 
There is something nice about the ability to control the fear of a situation and through recreational fear, like horror movies and novels, I can indulge while knowing my limits. 
Horror also serves as the bond to my longest friendship, which might not be relevant to talking about source presentations, however Laurel and I have watched countless awful horror films, been scared, dissapointed but most importantly, entertained.