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WHOA: CHRIS COLFER KNOWS EVERYTHING ABOUT FAIRY TALES

Well, almost! The best-selling author of the Land of Stories series takes our “Grimm” challenge and comes out a champ. (Plus, bloopers!)

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thisfandomismine:

welcome—to-the-madhouse:

doctorjohnlock:

maythefourthbewithyou:

mymindtardis:

book-of-flights:

scyllaya:

badwolfonbakerstreet:

Because Mark Gatiss is a genius. That scene was so fucking scary.

I watched Hounds of Baskerville for the first time alone in my room at 2 AM, with the light off… guess what? I was scared out of my mind.

Same, all the lights were off and I was strangling the pillow.

He’s a bloody genius. Because guys, this is like forshadowing or something. You see Henry’s reflection, and the wolf goes straight through his head. It symbolises that the hound is in his head. That it will half drive him out of his mind.
Gatiss was a genius.

Gatiss is a genius

CAN WE JUST
CAN WE WATCH SHERLOCK IN ENGLISH CLASSES??
-Based off of the classic novels of the iconic detective-The SYMBOLISM
In this scene alone, english teachers would have a field day. We could write essays about how the hound attacking Henry’s reflection is symbolizing the darkness in his mind, the suicidal thoughts, the worsening of hie memories, the witnessing the violent death of his dad all those years ago. How it’s attacking him now because he’s getting drugged by the guy. All those thoughts are getting worse and now he’s scared of himself, of what he’s becoming.

We should all have degrees in this shit

thisfandomismine:

welcome—to-the-madhouse:

doctorjohnlock:

maythefourthbewithyou:

mymindtardis:

book-of-flights:

scyllaya:

badwolfonbakerstreet:

Because Mark Gatiss is a genius. That scene was so fucking scary.

I watched Hounds of Baskerville for the first time alone in my room at 2 AM, with the light off… guess what? I was scared out of my mind.

Same, all the lights were off and I was strangling the pillow.

He’s a bloody genius. Because guys, this is like forshadowing or something. You see Henry’s reflection, and the wolf goes straight through his head. It symbolises that the hound is in his head. That it will half drive him out of his mind.

Gatiss was a genius.

Gatiss is a genius

CAN WE JUST

CAN WE WATCH SHERLOCK IN ENGLISH CLASSES??

-Based off of the classic novels of the iconic detective
-The SYMBOLISM

In this scene alone, english teachers would have a field day. We could write essays about how the hound attacking Henry’s reflection is symbolizing the darkness in his mind, the suicidal thoughts, the worsening of hie memories, the witnessing the violent death of his dad all those years ago. How it’s attacking him now because he’s getting drugged by the guy. All those thoughts are getting worse and now he’s scared of himself, of what he’s becoming.

We should all have degrees in this shit