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WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Give me some Netflix recommendations for the weekend please MFC. Any genre of movie!
TreyTheMovieMan at 11:44 AM Nov 04

Brother's Keeper is a very good documentary.

cerealkiller182 at 11:45 AM Nov 04

For a movie recommendation, Band of Robbers, He Never Died, or Call Me Lucky

HTX0811 at 02:16 PM Nov 04

Quiz Show with Ralph Fiennes and John Turturro is really great. It's about this game show scandal in the 1950's and it's really compelling.

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WalkAway posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Most Beautiful Film Actress by Year (IMO): 2010's

2010: Scarlett Johansson (Iron Man 2)

2011: Hayley Atwell (Captain America)

2012: Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises)

2013: Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street)

2014: Gemma Arterton (Gemma Bovery)

2015: Gugu Mcbatha-Raw (Concussion)

2016: Lupita N'yongo (Queen of Katwe)

Mood: Bored
goNADSgo69 at 09:19 AM Nov 04

I'm a huge fan of ALL of these women :D

Glinda at 12:40 PM Nov 04

Great blog, they're all so gorgeous.

timmyd at 04:57 PM Nov 04

I'll second these choices.

WalkAway posted a POLL item: about 1 year ago

Whose Solo Film Would You Be Most Excited For?:

XSsoCX at 07:26 AM Nov 04

Aquaman for me, I am so intrigued to see how this film will look.

cobb at 08:50 AM Nov 04


WalkAway posted a POLL item: about 1 year ago

Whose movie are you more excited for?:

unbinkable at 10:02 AM Nov 03

I feel like a BW movie would be a very grounded spy thriller, whereas CM has the potential to just be another massive CGI fest where the world is at stake. The world doesn't have to be at stake in every single comic movie. (I'm making assumptions about CM though). I'd be interested in seeing a smaller scale Marvel flick, especially with ScarJo (she's kickass).

XSsoCX at 10:36 AM Nov 03

Definitely Captain Marvel, Brie is one of my current favorite actors and Carol is one of my favorite characters.

timmyd at 04:54 PM Nov 03

Black Widow . though I do love Brie Larson and will definitely check out Captain Marvel.

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

I might be the only person who hated Trainspotting :-x
XSsoCX at 09:12 AM Nov 03

No you're not, my friend..

Glinda at 01:09 PM Nov 03

I don't hate it but I can't watch it again, after 2 watches now. I just can't get past that brutal scene that literally had me in tears the first time, and the second time it was all I could think about from the start of the movie on. I do think it's a good movie, I just don't think I'm the person for it.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 06:03 PM Nov 06

I may or may not share your opinion once I have a first time watch of it. I'll check it out soon.

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WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Jamie Chung as the Black Swan for Halloween
timmyd at 04:57 PM Nov 03

yamma hamma

WalkAway created a LIST: about 1 year ago

My Favorite Cult Movies (Spoilers)

1. The Invitation
2. The Seventh Victim
3. The House of the Devil
4. Rosemary's Baby
5. Martha Marcy May Marlene
6. Martyrs
7. The East
8. The Black Cat
9. Night of the Demon
10. The Howling
11. Still Need to See: Kill List, Red State, The Sacrament, Starry Eyes, The City of the Dead, The Sentinel
OwenZPitt at 10:58 AM Nov 03

Great list! Have you seen The First Power? If not, I bet it would make this list.

timmyd at 05:00 PM Nov 03

sweet list , my friend . I love the majority of these

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Natasha Hovey (Demons) looks like a mix of young Neve Campbell and Rebecca Hall.
timmyd at 05:03 PM Nov 02

good call . I'd agree with that.

Glinda at 01:22 PM Nov 03

Wow, she sure does.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 05:02 PM Nov 06

Good comparison.

WalkAway posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Personal Demons: A Short Story By Me

Okay so I entered this Flash Fiction contest and although I was recently cut, I had fun writing stories and getting critique from professional writers. I was also hoping that I could share my stories with you, MFC, to get even more critique and hopefully become a better writer.

The prompt for this story was for me to write a 1,000 word story within the following guidelines:

Genre: Horror
Location: A Pottery Studio
Object: A Brain tumor

Below is my story, please let me know what you think:

Personal Demons

Martin worked the clay expertly through his hands. He found solace in the comforting feeling of the cold, slimy, material. Martin was a gifted sculptor. He had work in various museums on the East Coast and even a few out in California. He was poised to be a breakout star until the diagnosed brought his world crashing down.

Martin Edison was going to die soon.

Four months ago doctors had diagnosed him with a brain tumor. An “inoperable malignant intracranial tumor” to be exact. After explaining that his body had created a bunch of cells that were essentially strangling his brain, the doctor then told Martin that he only had a couple of months left to live.

He looked down at the figure forming on the table. It was a demon with cracked skin and curved horns. It was an image Martin was becoming more familiar with as it encroached on his mind. The doctor had warned him that the tumor would give him hallucinations. He didn’t warn him that those hallucinations might take the form of a fire-breathing creature from Hell.

Working his thumb over the sculpture of the demon, Martin smoothed down an area he wanted to re-texturize. This demon that had been haunting him had also become his biggest source of inspiration in the last few weeks. His studio began overflowing with more and more statues of the creature in every shape and size: full-bodied to bust, small to large.

When he first started seeing the creature he was able to shake it off right away but by now the red glowing eyes had become as much of a constant in his life as the deep knowledge that he could die any day.

“Let me out Martin,” the demon’s deep scratchy voice called to him from inside his head. Martin tried to ignore what he knew was only a vicious side effect from his tumor. He continued working in silence.

“Let me out Martin,” it repeated, stronger and more demanding. Martin tried to ignore it. He tried focusing only on the clay figurine taking shape in front of him and not pay attention to the voice.

All of a sudden the mouth of the figure in his hands began moving and a deep voice thundered, “Let me OUT Martin!” He dropped the clay abruptly on the floor and sprung up. Martin’s heart was racing but he tried to calm down by reminding himself that it wasn’t real.

Sighing with annoyance, Martin picked up the clay, realizing it was ruined and he would have to start over. He dumped the clay in the bucket of overflow material and walked to the table on the other side of his studio. Martin picked up a bottle of scotch and took a swig.

Turning around Martin gasped. Standing in front of him was the demon. He’d seen it before of course but it was never this real looking. It had texture and dimension and even a smell. The beast stood ten feet tall with glowing red eyes and made a reptilian sound as it moved its head from side to side.

“It’s not real,” Martin recited to himself, closing his eyes and trying to breathe through his latest hallucination. He opened one eye slowly but it was still there.

“Let me out Martin,” the demon rumbled at him, the sound reverberating off the high ceiling. This couldn’t be happening. This wasn’t real. It was his tumor making him imagine things. The scent of sulfur was overwhelming.

Martin took deep inhales, trying to overpower the mass in his skull that was making him hallucinate. Trembling, he turned his back to the demon and began working normally as if he wasn’t seeing the spawn of Satan in his work studio.

His hands shaking, Martin picked up a small bust from the shelf and walked over to the kiln. He pulled the heavy door open and stepped inside, placing the bust on the shelf. Martin could hear the snorts from the imaginary demon and he felt its presence as much as he knew it didn’t actually exist. Trying to ignore the hallucination, he continued moving the unfinished pieces into the kiln, shut the door and turned the power on, watching as the orange light indicated the temperature rising inside.

Having nothing left to distract himself from his mind’s tricks, Martin turned back once more towards the demon. He gasped as the towering monster came within a few inches of him. Martin shook with terror thinking for the first time that this was too real. He could feel its presence, smell the odor, and see the red glow from the demon’s eyes. It hit him instantly that maybe this wasn’t a hallucination after all. This might be a real demon.

It started laughing then, first softly but increasing in volume and intensity until its thunderous roar echoed through the studio. As it shook with amusement, plumes of smoke rose off its body.

“Let me OUT, MARTIN,” the demon demanded of him, the sound of his voice creating the most spine-tingling feeling Martin had ever experienced. He was frozen in fear, unsure if what he was seeing was a figment of his medically-induced imagination or if maybe, just maybe, there really was a demon standing in front of him.

Martin backed up slowly towards the kiln. He put his hand behind him, not taking his eyes off the demon and quickly yanked the door open, tripping backwards as he did so. In that single moment the demon lunged at him, falling on top of Martin on the floor of the kiln. The heavy door closed behind them and the heat from the large oven enveloped Martin as death overcame him.

Days later the police would find the charred body of Martin Edison inside the kiln. Despite some claiming it was suicide, the scene was declared an accident. The coroner on site had noticed nothing out of the ordinary, save for an unexplainable smell of sulfur.

Mood: Chillin'
Glinda at 01:29 PM Nov 03

Wow, very well done and tension building is right. I was holding my breath there near the end.

jeo4 at 04:23 PM Nov 06

Excellent work.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 05:18 PM Nov 06

That's a great short story! Loved it!

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WalkAway posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Michiel Huisman's Resume

Black Book (2006)

The Young Victoria (2009)

Treme (2010-2013)

World War Z (2013)

Nashville (2012-2014)

Wild (2014)

Orphan Black (2014-2015)

The Invitation (2015)

The Age of Adaline (2015)

Game of Thrones (2014-2016)

Harley and the Davidsons (2016)

The Ottoman Lietenant (2016)

Upcoming: American Dream, 2:22

Mood: Chillin'
Glinda at 01:34 PM Nov 03

I really like him. I didn't realize he's in The Young Victoria. Love that movie.

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Last night we watched The Invitation and all three of us were just on the edge of our seats the entire time. I did guess part of the plot early on but the ending was still a punch in the gut. Fantastic movie all around and highly recommended (it's on Netflix).
OldKingClancy at 11:08 AM Nov 02

Personally I couldn't get into it but I think that's just cause the cult angle was so heavy that I was just waiting for them to act culty. I'd like to give it another shot someday now that I know what to expect.

timmyd at 05:21 PM Nov 02

I absolutely adored it.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 04:58 PM Nov 06

I'm going to have to watch this one.

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WalkAway posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Random Hottie Tuesday: Kate Siegel

She was the star and co-writer of Hush and has also appeared in Ouija: Origin of Evil, Hot, Demon Legacy, Wedding Day and Oculus.

Mood: Angry
Glinda at 04:32 PM Nov 01

I just loved her in Hush.

timmyd at 05:53 PM Nov 01

gorgeous and talented

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Okay time to share Netflix recommendations. What are some really good horrors and thriller that should be watched but maybe flew under the radar?
WalkAway at 07:41 AM Nov 01

I'm gonna throw out Hush (if you liked You're Next), Deathgasm (if you like horror comedy), The House at the End of Time (if you don't mind subtitles), A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (if you like your horror more artsy), and Animal (if you want to see more WOC leading horror films)

Glinda at 09:03 AM Nov 01

Loved Hush and also The House at the End of Time. I watched that last year and really liked it a lot.

Wish I had my own recommendations but can't think of any right now.

razgriz21 at 01:17 PM Nov 01

Good call on Animal.

I'm going to throw out Kristy (Haley Bennett, Ashley Greene) if you like a good old "hunt or be hunted" movie with atmosphere.

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

Is anyone else just like, exhausted from October? Maybe I am overdoing it for my Halloween festivities.....
unbinkable at 08:05 AM Nov 01

The wife and I have watched maybe 3 horror movies this month and that is the extent of our festivities. I don't know why, but this was the first year that we pretty much did nothing for Halloween. Christmas will be a different story lol

timmyd at 06:04 PM Nov 01

I'm definitely exhausted . but it's a gratifying exhaustion.

WalkAway updated her STATUS: about 1 year ago

For my final film of the month there's only one option:
Glinda at 12:16 PM Oct 31

I've got it on right now!

cobb at 01:09 PM Oct 31

im watching it tonight

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