Sometimes when you make death a way of life, you become calloused to what it means. The event. The ritual. The sadness. I spend so much time in love with the macabre. I live life believing the body is a shell, there might be another plane of existence for the soul and memories are worth everything. As above, so below. But sometimes, death comes calling to your own.
But sometimes, you know that struggling, withered shell clinging to life.
But sometimes it's you who issayin
I finally saw Crimson Peak this weekend. It has been at the top of my list since it came out in October. The closest theater around me is a 'Disney' theater and it only lived at the box office for three weeks so more family friendly features could be shown so I had to wait to get my paws on a copy. I am a big fan of Guillermo del Toro and how he is able to construct films with beauty, fantasy and nightmares. I really enjoyed and own The Orphanage and Pan's Labyrinth. After se