Van Helsing: Puts a corn-cob pipe in his mouth and stares ruefully into the sky. “I wonder who the real vampires are.”
Jonathan: The vampires. The vampires are the real vampires.
Reference to Cannibal Holocaust, just in case you were wondering.
I’d be totally down with Robert Kerman playing Van Helsing.
(This is inspired by Cleolinda and by shes-a-voodoo-child posting a thing)
I really really want a survivor Jonathan Harker in a Dracula adaptation somewhere. I really really want a PoC Jonathan Harker. I want the story of the Jonathan Harker who loves and believes and thinks his wife is fantastic. I want the story of the two of them standing against the monster. I want the story of them healing and coming to terms with things.
(Why yes I may have cast Natalie Dormer as Mina Harker why do you ask).
Say what you will about Dracula, at least he was a great host. — Literally no one (via incorrectdraculaquotes)
a lot of people, even before it came out, are all like, “i hope gotham doesn’t spend too much time with baby bruce, how boring”
but no, you don’t understand, do you even know how few comics have even touched on bruce’s childhood outside of that one night? dozens of versions, in comics or film, skip completely over bruce’s childhood as if he simply resolved one day to become a ninja and just sat still for ten more years waiting to be old enough to leave gotham and learn how to fight. but that span of time is so important—to understand the logic bruce is operating with, what channels he tries to use to get justice, who he relies on, how he tries to make friends, how he sees gotham getting worse and worse with no signs of stopping. in the end, he becomes batman for a greater reason than revenge and hopelessness; he has concern for the city as a whole, for thousands of people he will never see or know. how does he get there? how does he come to that decision? how quickly is he forced to grow up, only to realize that nothing in the normal, adult world can help him keep people safe?
that is completely untapped and completely essential territory, so please, gotham, give me as much young bruce wayne as you can
This brick looks like it’s contemplating where its life went wrong…
I see no difference in their expressions.
that’s all I need
(Source: vixxe, via butts-of-ylvis)