That Halloween Feeling: 31 songs that might not be about Halloween explicitly, but still give you that creeping sensation, that cold chill, the need to look over your shoulder, to walk a little faster down that darkened street… that Halloween feeling.
1. Running Up That Hill - Placebo / 2. The Moon Asked the Crow - CocoRosie / 3. Keep The Streets Empty For Me - Fever Ray / 4. Blood (Dexter Ending Theme) / 5. I Walked With A Zombie - The DeeGeeDoils / 6. Red Right Hand - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds / 7. The Ghost of John - Forest Mountain Hymnal / 8. Bad Moon Rising - Restless Moon / 9. Leaves in the River - Sea Wolf / 10. A Little Death - The Neighbourhood / 11. How Soon is Now - The Smiths / 12. Love Me Dead: Ludo / 13. Howlin’ For You - The Black Keys / 14. Bottom of the River - Delta Rae / 15. Passion and Danger - Michael Suby / 16. Gallows - CocoRosie / 17. Virgin - Manchester Orchestra / 18. Bella’s Lullaby - Carter Burwell / 19. Season of the Witch - Karen Elson / 20. Night of the Hunter - 30 Seconds to Mars / 21. Fresh Blood - The Eels / 22. The Wolf - Fever Ray / 23. Bad Things - Garson / 24. The Shankill Butchers - The Maudling Hertz / 25. Strange Things Are Happening Every Day - Johnny Cash / 26. Raise the Dead - Phantom Planet / 27. I Miss You - Blink 182 / 28. Bright Mouths - Electric President / 29: Twilight - Vanessa Carlton / 30. O Death - Jen Titus / 31. Vampire Diaries Ending Theme - Michael Suby ~
blanket apology to all the female celebrities i hated as a teenager because i was up to my eyeballs in internalized misogyny
these puppies believe in you, and you should too
When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit.
There’s a secret branch of the New York Public Library in the subway.
The 51st Street 6 line subway station is home to the Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral branch of the New York Public Library. Librarians at the location report that they’re usually visited by the same partons, frequent commuters who are looking for something to read during their daily train ride. Like all New York librarians, though, they’re happy to answer research questions — usually about how to work the Metrocard machine. The library is currently closed for repairs, but you can visit it when it reopens in September if you need a good book for your ride home … or need to figure out how to get home.
Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher on the set of Star Wars.