Zachary Quinto for AUGUSTMAN Malaysia
“Dexter, The Early Years” by Sawyer Hartman
Why don’t we have some photos like this one with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman?
So, I’ve been a Trekkie since infancy, thanks to my hippie grandmother’s endless efforts to keep me embroiled in the sci-fi/fantasy side of life.
But Oh Myyyy am I happy to be a fan in the modern era :D
TIME TO SING THE WHOLE SCORE OF EVERY BROADWAY MUSICAL
remember when esteban was calling the dead but got put on hold
No matter which way you’re looking the sonic is always pointed at you…
So earlier I came up with this really great idea
And this kind of fits in with that
So I was thinking for some show (probably either Doctor Who or Supernatural), what if throughout an entire episode, or maybe a season, there was this entity that was continually watching the characters every move.
It watches them all the time.
It’s always right behind them, looking over their shoulder.
At one point, they start to acknowledge this creatures existence. Perhaps they catch glimpses of it. The weird thing is, it know everything about them.
It is at this point in time that the monster starts causing trouble. The characters lives are at risk, and you are scared.
In the end, the Doctor or Dean (or someone) finds a way to make it visible. They find a way to get rid of it.
Maybe the Doctor uses his sonic screwdriver. Maybe Dean shots it with his gun. Either way, they do so by looking directly at the camera. Looking at you.
Aiming at you.
You are the monster.
The screen goes black.
WE’RE THE CLOUD GUY IN THE MIRROR FROM MARIO
Because my last masterpost got deleted, I’m remaking it since I know a lot of people had it liked and it will no longer show up for them. These are Broadway shows (and related things) that can be found fully on YouTube and other sources. Continue checking back to this post as I…
sometimes you just need to lay on the floor
am I actually hungry or just bored: a novel by me
Every fandom ever
This gets better the longer you watch
Barney is the fan who insists on complete silence and purity in the fandom. Feels should not get in the way.
Ted is the fan who is too emotionally invested in his ship and screams whenever they are on-screen.
Lily is the fan who cries about everything that happens— even when it’s not the least bit emotional.
And Marshall is the hate-watcher who is horrified with the whole fandom but can’t stop watching.