Trespassers William - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (Cover)
A horror movie trailer:
a frat boy and his girlfriend are vacationing on a beach in the deep south. after some late-night swimming they find that they can’t relocate their motel, and end up in a small farmhouse.
it seems to be abandoned, inside they find an aged photo of a man and a woman who appear to be engaged at the time. cue weird, creaky noises.
fade to black, tagline: [He brought disaster wherever he went….]
suddenly, the shack starts to get really cold, like a midwinter storm, a flash of lightning! a skeletal man smiles at them from the window, there’s the sound of a gun loading
the boy shouts, “where did he come from?”
another flash of lighting, everything goes dark again. the wind howls. the skeletal man is gone.
the girl shrieks, “where did he GO?”
the screen fades to black, and the movie title appears on the screen:
C O T T O N - E Y E J O E
i am reblogging this because it is too real not to reblog
There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t laugh at this f ucking picture
I don’t even have a blog anymore it’s just a backup space for brad’s blog
god damnit. this is so hard.
"When I heard ‘I´m Babe Heffron’, I had to do a doubletake, Robin Laing, had the South Philly accent. He sounded like me. Robin unbuttoned his shirt to show me he had rosary beads and scapular, just like I did through the war. That really affected me." - Babe upon meeting Robin Laing
Edward “Babe” Heffron, May 16, 1923 - December 1, 2013
"I want people to know we’re not heroes. We did our duty, just like sixteen million others who fought in the war. Everyone, including the families, sacrificed in some way. The kids who didn’t come home are the heroes. They’re the ones who gave their lives. Their parents are the heroes, because they gave a child."