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Screencap of the Week

Screencap of the Week

imagineallvillains:

Imagine #51

Imagine Adam survived the battle with Abraham & Henry but remained buried underground only to wake up in the 21st century. And he’s chosen you to be the one to teach him all about this new time and place, no matter if you like it or not.

dites-bonjour-au-ciel:

Now this is the Jack Barts I like. 
My question is, how come Barts became an absolute monster in his natural form, whilst Adam stayed damn sexy?  Is it all down to how hungry for blood they are?  Maybe Barts hadn’t fed for days, and Adam had all the slaves he wants.  Or, Barts was just a true maniacal monster in his truest form.  This is the complete opposite in a sense.  He’s calm, almost tranquil, and yet there’s that dangerous edge with the walking stick.  Then, he becomes a feral beast in his natural form.

dites-bonjour-au-ciel:

Now this is the Jack Barts I like. 

My question is, how come Barts became an absolute monster in his natural form, whilst Adam stayed damn sexy?  Is it all down to how hungry for blood they are?  Maybe Barts hadn’t fed for days, and Adam had all the slaves he wants.  Or, Barts was just a true maniacal monster in his truest form.  This is the complete opposite in a sense.  He’s calm, almost tranquil, and yet there’s that dangerous edge with the walking stick.  Then, he becomes a feral beast in his natural form.

surprisebitchimback:

i just watched Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter and it was such a good movie like i dont understand what all these bad reviews are about honestly

“If vengeance is all you seek, seek it elsewhere.”

Henry Sturges

hms-erebus:

Why does nobody ship Will and Abe?

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They’re a fanfiction waiting to happen! Come on!

We can call it “Wabe”

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Look how defensive Will gets when Henry shows up uninvited at the wedding

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OTP.


Screencap of the Week

Screencap of the Week

Lincoln the vampire hunter?


thegaroul:

This interview is the first time I sat up and took notice of Anthony Mackie. He is hilarious. Even better, his knowledge of his character’s history was so thorough, that he’s able to hold an engaging discussion with a famous presidential historian.

“I leave you, hoping that the lamp of liberty will burn in your bosoms until there shall no longer be a doubt that all men are created free and equal.”

Abraham Lincoln, in a speech at Chicago, Illinois July 10, 1858

noiamnotdenzelwashington:

I’m tempted to write about Abraham Lincoln’s history as a Vampire Hunter in my research paper on the Civil War…