haanigram:

turian-chocolate:

GUESS WHAT GUYS A NEW ENTHUSIASTIC VIDEO FROM AXN KOREA

this promo is out of control

haanigram:

THIS IS NOT A GAME. THIS IS REAL LIFE AND THIS IS HAPPENING. x

The best gif i have ever received for a birthday

The best gif i have ever received for a birthday

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gillyskerbz:

There is a light and it never goes out

gillyskerbz:

There is a light and it never goes out

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nbchannibal:

Dat coif tho!

nbchannibal:

Dat coif tho!

Reblogged from An Unreal Reality
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Will Graham at the end of season 2, probably
Reblogged from An Unreal Reality

haanigram:

h oh ho ho ho crying

And for what it’s worth, Mads Mikkelsen actually may be the definitive Hannibal Lecter. He’s said that he plays the character not as a violent criminal, but as Satan incarnate. The show has taken this ball and run with it: Lecter isn’t so much a character as he is an ambulatory locus of evil spreading corruption and pain into the lives of everyone in its vicinity, a lifelike “person suit” wrapped around something unspeakable. Mikkelsen has a weird, balletic grace and buoyance that makes even his violence look elegant—in the knock-down drag-out fight that opened Season 2, I swear the man’s finishing move is a goddamned sissonne. He is a masterfully subtle actor who can convey his character’s monstrosity with a quick flicker of his eyes or a slightly-too-calm reaction. He makes a very convincing Lucifer: If there’s one thing the Devil is known to do, it’s offering people food they’ll regret eating.

haanigram:

mongoosewillygraham:

y the hell was he wearing this 

u sack of shit

Bryan Cranston by Mike McGregor for The Guardian