Hey Sarah, Remember me I post about Disneyfied Anime you said "I don't have a claim to the style or Disney or the characters I drew, except the drawings themselves." means you inspired by persephohi on Disney style One Piece like that. I like Disney style of some Anime ones like this and list to Disneyfied are, Ouran High School Host Club, Fruits Basket, Pichi Pichi Pitch and that's it.
Hi, is this Chad? Yes, I remember you! Thanks again, I really love to hear what people think of my art! I had seen persephohi’s art on dA, and I love it! She’s an amazing artist, I actually mentioned her in my One Piece Disneyfied drawing description, since she was doing One Piece in Disney style long before me, and much better. I love Ouran and Fruits Basket, too!
My sister and I watched “Fright Night” last night.
It’s a vampire movie, which I’m always wary of these days, but it’s actually a good vampire movie, where the vampires are monsters in need of some killin’.
There were some pretty awesome vampire transformations, and the beginning reminded me of a Supernatural episode. Actually, several things reminded me of Supernatural, especially the monster-cant-get-inside-unless-they-are-invited-in theory (that clown episode *shudder*).
Also it didn’t hurt that it had Colin Farrell and David Tennant. The latter of which was the only reason my sister wanted to see it. She nearly died from all the gratuitous David Tennant. In fact, I’m pretty sure that’s half the reason people saw this film.
Colin Farrell is someone I always love seeing, but can never remember what I’ve seen him in. He’s not quite as sexy without the accent, though.
Only after I watched it did I learn it was a remake of an 80’s film of the same name. Which I now want to see, because it has stars Chris Sarandon (who had a cameo in this new one!), and also, 80’s monster effects are my favorite:
All those movies in one day, ending with The Avengers midnight premiere. And it works out to only $7 a movie, including 3D (even though I’d actually prefer non-3D).
This is hard to pass up.
I just don’t know if I can sit and watch 8 hours of films and still be geared up for the Avengers at the end of it all. Also the closest it’s playing is in Seattle, and I hate Seattle. I might just do my own marathon at home.