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Hello. I’m Ines, 19, from Paris, France. Currently a film student and hopefully future TV writer or comic book writer. Here’s a few things about moi:

— 5’7, long dark hair and a crooked nose.
— Basically a ball of anxiety and asocial behavior.
— At some point when I was growing up I aspired to become a James Bond villain.
— Here for the horror. Surreal and atmospheric horror, highly stylized dark imagery, gothic aesthetics, 70's and 80's slashers, monster and zombie flicks, psychological horror, you can pretty much send anything horror related my way and I'll watch it or read it.
— Other areas of interest include fashion, philosophy, cryptozoology and everything related to monsters, feminism, html, literature, surrealism, German expressionism, Twin Peaks, mythology, southern gothic, tattoos, outer space, daydreaming for hours on end, Charlie Kelly, music, comics, etc...
— I thrive on solitude and isolation and staying up late at night.
— Buried in a perpetual state of passiveness and lethargy.
— I identify as gray-a / gray-homoromantic.
— If there’s something else you want to know, or if you're just looking for someone to talk to (about anything), hit me up.

CURRENTLY WATCHING
— Sons of Anarchy (S07)
— How to Get Away with Murder (S01)
— Brooklyn Nine-Nine (S02)
— American Horror Story (S04)
— The Walking Dead (S05)

furples:

Cacharel Spring 2011

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, American Gods

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, American Gods

There’s a monster at the end of this book. It’s the blank page where the story ends and you’re left alone with yourself and your thoughts.

— Welcome to Night Vale (via koehig)

stlara:

on point

I’ll be your slaughterhouse, your killing floor, your morgue and final resting, walking around with this bullet inside me like the bullet was already there, like it’s been waiting inside me the whole time. Do you want it? Do you want anything I have? Will you throw me to the ground like you mean it, reach inside and wrestle it out with your bare hands?

Richard SikenWishbone (via henrymaarchbanks)
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