Happy HalloweenMy night is coming
In which I rise from my bed and scare you
In which I leave my bones to rot in my tomb and my hair to fall in the dust
The hunt for blood begins
Do not close your door in my face
For I will know
And I won't like it
And you won't like what I can do to you
I can look small and insignificant to anyone else
But once you stare into my eyes
And you see my tongue coming out of my mouth...
Licking at you...
And then I drag you
To my room where you get stabbed each time you rest your head on a pillow
To my kitchen where you can dance on top of hot iron all the night
To my bathroom where the water emerges and strangles you, never stopping
To my hall where you fall, you fall, you fall, and you never land, you only scream
But do not worry
For it is only one night
Only one night with me
And then you return to your life
And that will be
Year after year
Only one night
Deny me my presence upon you
And you shall recieve the worst
But allow me into your house
With your arms open
Little dreamsWe come from nothing
We go to nothing
We turn happy we turn sad
And mostly it's for nothing
Anything that we dislike we shone it away
Afraid of it hurting us
Destroying what little we have that we treasure
We endure, we protect, we love
Disney memeTaken from asmilingmalice I
Day #1: Your favorite character -
idk, man, i guess Donald Duck. Tigger is another close favorite-
Day #2: Your favorite princess
Day #3: Your favorite heroine
Giselle, probably. Sally and Alice aren't far behind.
Day #4: Your favorite prince
Day #5: Your favorite hero
Tarzan and Robin Hood. Jack Skellington is another favorite.
Day #6: Your favorite animal
Bambi. He's Disney Cuteness sealed in a can.
Day #7: Your favorite sidekick
Day #8: Your favorite villain
Day #9: Your favorite original character (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, etc.)
Donald and Daisy.
Day #10: Your favorite song
When Can I see you Again
Day #11: Your favorite love song
A Whole New World and Can You Feel the Love tonight (only the Elton John version though)
Day #12: Your favorite villain song
Poor Unfortunate Souls. You gotta love Ursula.
Day #13: Your least favorite song
We Are Siamese. awful melody, slow scene, doesn't really add to the total of
Disney Reviews- Snow WhiteThe first one of the Disney marathon series, here I bring you Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It premiered at the Carthay Circle Theatre on December 21, 1937, and the film was released to theaters nationwide by RKO Radio Pictures on February 4, 1938.
This movie has quite a history with the company: aside from being the first film produced by Walt and first in the Classics Canon, other awards of this film worth mentioning are the fact that it was the first full-length cel-animated feature in motion picture history, as well as the first animated feature film produced in America, and the first produced in full color.
Not to mention it won a Giant Oscar and seven tiny Oscars. And, along with Gone With The Wind, it was the highest-selling movie of the year. As of today, Snow White is still considered one of Disney's biggest box-office hits, next The Lion King, Tangled, and I think Finding Nemo.
It's an adaptation based on the german fairytale created by the praised Brothers Grimm, Snow Whi
Saddest Disney songsJust to make some people have a little weep and because we love chatting about Disney, which are your saddest Disney songs/moments?
-Candle On The Water (Pete's Dragon): I can't exactly explain why this song moves me so much. I think how soft the melody is and how flowing the lyrics go. Listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zifZnkKxiro&feature=related
-Love Is A Song (reprise) (Bambi): This movie pretty much makes me tear up at anything. But the ending the most. After so much frightening events, the fact that Bambi at the end finishes just how it started, sweet and innocent; even after his brave mother's passing, it's so strong. The reprise itself sounds more powerful and full of sorrow, even though it's taking about the power of love and how it'll never leave. I just can't. Check it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5UASI5rY7A&feature=related (You can guess that I'm really fond of good mothers in fiction who sacrifice for their kids and are remembered for it)