Tarot Empress
22 September 2014 @ 06:07 pm
Best. Episode. Ever. Sam/Jamie and Caitriona/Claire have such amazing chemistry on and off screen. I <3 them so hard.

Spring 2015? Ugh. Break my heart why don't ya, STARZ?

I'm feeling: crankycranky
Tarot Empress
02 July 2014 @ 02:34 pm
Seems like the only time I post to my LJ these days is to plaster up some new vid or image of Kit Harington.

Yeah, it's a real hardship, I tell ya.

Anyway, something new this week of Lord Snow looking deliciously cool and disinterested center point of a Jimmy Choo MAN cologne advert:

After watching it, I couldn't help but reminise about a long-ago Hugo Boss Orange campaign (circa 2006-7) featuring Andrew Smith (Le Sigh. Moptop Aussies), the Great Dane himself, Mathias Lauridsen and... some chick with cute shoes. LOL

Good times.
I'm feeling: workingworking
Now playing on the Wayback Machine: No Reply - Phish cover
Tarot Empress
23 January 2014 @ 04:53 pm
So yesterday nightfalltwen linked me to this guh-worthy gifset of the magnificent Kit Harington via knitmeapony. Which, of course, prompted the mad hunt for where exactly said delicious gifs came from...

I'm feeling: giddygiddy
Now playing on the Wayback Machine: Sandstorm - Darude
Tarot Empress
13 January 2014 @ 06:43 pm
... and it's eyecandy.

Have I mentioned lately how much I want to see this film???
I'm feeling: hungryhungry
Tarot Empress
11 November 2013 @ 10:30 pm
praxyn: OH MY GOD
tarotemp: WHAT?
praxyn: http://jezebel.com/5900928/your-vagina-isnt-just-too-big-too-floppy-and-too-hairyits-also-too-brown
tarotemp: o.O
praxyn: I KNOW.
praxyn: Best part though is the bit at the bottom LOL
tarotemp: Reflective vagina LOL
praxyn: I know!
tarotemp: 'The perfect vagina is something that's not a vagina at all'
tarotemp: PRICELESS
praxyn: LOL
tarotemp: People are insane
tarotemp: Seriously
praxyn: YUP
tarotemp: Talk about a first world woe
tarotemp: India should worry about their massive overpopulation and lack of clean water.
tarotemp: For a start
praxyn: Maybe their water isn't clean because all the dirty vaginas bathe in it?
tarotemp: HAHAHAAAA *dies*
tarotemp: And the cows. THEIR POOP IS TO BLAME!
I'm feeling: indescribableindescribable
Tarot Empress
08 October 2013 @ 06:37 pm

I'm feeling: bouncybouncy
Now playing on the Wayback Machine: Ophelia - The Band
Tarot Empress
05 September 2013 @ 03:36 pm
To give you this lovely bit of loveliness:

You're welcome.
I'm feeling: mischievousmischievous
Tarot Empress
20 August 2013 @ 08:38 pm
I cannot fucking wait for Feb. 21, 2014. Seriously. Cannot wait.

Why, you ask?

Because come that day my ass will be in a theatre in the Big Apple drooling over this man.Collapse )

Oh heeeeeeeyyyy El-Jay. Long time...
I'm feeling: deviousdevious
Tarot Empress
04 January 2013 @ 08:18 pm
In the past on several occasions I have noted here how much of a small, small world it is when it comes to the general size of the acting pool in Great Britain. There's crossovers all the time, and it always makes me cackle when I recognize an actor making the jump from one BBC program to another or over the pond to America.

Take Downton Abbey, for instance. I've spotted three so far just in the first two seasons: First, there was the ginger-haired housemaid, Gwen, in Season 1 - the gal that wanted to be a secretary. She's also Ygritte the Wildling in Game of Thrones. (Actress Rose Leslie)

And speaking of GoT, how's about Iain Glen who plays Ser Jorah Mormont? Aka Sir Richard Carlisle on Downton who also starred in a couple of episodes of Doctor Who.

Now here's the ultimate Six Degrees of Downton for the UK: Penelope Wilton who plays Matthew Crawley's mother, Isobel? She too starred in a couple of Who episodes as "Harriet Jones, Prime Minister."

I'm feeling: curiouscurious
Tarot Empress
21 December 2012 @ 08:39 pm
I stuck to my guns despite being uber busy getting ready for the holiday and made my way to the cinema this afternoon to see The Hobbit...

I don't care what people say about the film - I enjoyed it immensely. It was so nice going back to Bag End; like visiting an old friend you've not seen in a very long while. The dwarves were awesome. I loved everything about them: from their big blunt dwarf fingers to their wild hairstyles to their clunky, square-toed hobnail boots. Thorin Oakenshield is beyond fantastic, so much more fleshed out than in the book. And the LOTR cameos throughout made my day and were woven in flawlessly. Costumes were lush and the CGI is scarily spot-on now.

Bravo cast and crew, bravo!
I'm feeling: artisticartistic