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archiemcphee:

If you’re looking for an awesome rainy day or ‘It’s way too hot to go outside today’ activity, why not have a go at Barbie doll mummification? It’s all kinds of morbid, geeky fun. Heather and her daughter Izzy started with a trip to the library and some research to create an adorably macabre step-by-step “How to Make a Mummy” list. Then the gathered and/or made all the necessary materials. Barbie’s internal organs and ceremonial death mask are paper cutouts. They used a seam ripper in place of the special tool that ancient Egyptians used to pull the brain out through the nose and a shoebox for the sarcophagus and burial chamber. They also included a tiny toy kitty, because they were sacred to the Egyptians and sometimes part of the burial process.

Visit the Kids Activities Blog for additional photos and a complete description of the Barbie mummification process.

[via io9 and Kids Activities Blog]

asks:
Wow haha hi. I don't know if someone already messaged you, but: the character shaving Duncan is Malcolm, his son. So there is is no would-be-lover business whatsoever. And the interrogation scene is between Malcolm and Macduff.

Wait, really?  The first time I saw the show I watched a very erotic shaving scene with Phil Atkins as Duncan (or maybe Eric Jackson Bradley?!) and William Popp as Malcolm! (Although I’m a bit fuzzy on this, it was a few years ago) … maybe the shaving scene isn’t always erotic?

At Friday’s late show I’m almost 100% sure it was the Tailor instead of MacDuff interrogating Malcolm! 

broadwaygeneposts:

Faust

Thank you drinkthehalo for mentioning  Punchdrunk’s Faust DVD in your blog.  I didnt know it existed.  While I have yet to find the DVD, I did find this video.  I would have loved to have seen this show!

pizzzatime:

fer1972: The New Inspiration Pad by Marc Thomasset

silvermender:

typette:

roachpatrol:

danythedragonqueen:

The official trailer for the New Zealand vampire comedy “What We Do in the Shadows, directed by Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi, about three vampire flatmates coping with the modern world.

"Haha, ghost cup." 

I’M GOING TO WATCH THIS SO HARD. 

WE’RE WEREWOLVES NOT SWEARWOLVES

I LOST MY SHIT AT THE FLOATING HISS

spaceleech:

Dawn of the Dead fan art from 1980’s Japan! How cool is that?
Hobby Japan No. 208, 1986.

spaceleech:

Dawn of the Dead fan art from 1980’s Japan! How cool is that?

Hobby Japan No. 208, 1986.

todallison:

this vine is better than all of paranormal activity

Game of Thrones Cast SDCC 2014 Portraits by Entertainment Weekly (x)