Reblog / posted 1 year ago via luprau with 6 notes

blewupthesun:

I’d like to point out that handsome ol’ Charming got one of his first roles as a lifeless face (aka Node 2) in an episode of Doctor Who. Enjoy that image in your head every time you see him in Once Upon a Time from now on. 

YES.


mydisneyadventures:

It’s a Small World on Flickr.

mydisneyadventures:

It’s a Small World on Flickr.


ashappyasdisney:

GIANT MONSTERS ATTACK DISNEYLAND PARIS. THOUSANDS FLEE IN TERROR.

ashappyasdisney:

GIANT MONSTERS ATTACK DISNEYLAND PARIS. THOUSANDS FLEE IN TERROR.


Reblog / posted 2 years ago with 3 notes
Because everyone needs to know what I think of the new Evanescence album

What You Want: I ended up skipping this song every time I went through the album. It’s fun, but I’ve listened to it enough times.

Made Of Stone: The chorus is nice and catchy. The lyrics (from what I could hear…) kinda remind me of “Call Me When You’re Sober.”

The Change: This was one of the live songs I actually bothered listening to. The guitars kinda overpower Amy’s vocals, but I guess it works for this song. I like it.

My Heart Is Broken: That title gives me secondhand embarrassment. The piano is cool, but the rest kinda bores me. Can’t hear anything that Amy is singing, but that’s nothing new. Next.

The Other Side: Listen to this song and tell me you don’t hear Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” in the intro. Go on. I dare you.

Erase This: This song will probably sound awful live.

Lost In Paradise: Rock ballad. Pretty.

Sick: I wish the vocals were clearer/less drowned out, but this is an issue for most songs. That thing they did to filter her voice towards the end was pretty cool, though.

End Of The Dream: This is where I’m ready for the album to just end. Same chugging guitars and drowned out vocals that are in every other song.

Oceans: This would probably sound nice as a piano version.

Never Go Back: I half expected some random screaming to start the song off from the guitars. Heh. Fran mentioned that the piano during the bridge sounds like “Give Unto Me” and I can totally hear it.

Swimming Home: Boring way to end an album, Mrs. Hartzler.

Can we get some great acoustic/piano versions of these now?

I give it three Grace Faces.