YAMILAMIR DOURIF
mandymull82:

look at that sweet little smile <3

mandymull82:

look at that sweet little smile <3

mandymull82:

my desktop picture…credit to everyone who made the wordy ones, I dunno who you are, but you rock! :D

mandymull82:

my desktop picture…credit to everyone who made the wordy ones, I dunno who you are, but you rock! :D

shh-im-wondering:

Oh good lord this episode was hot

shh-im-wondering:

Oh good lord this episode was hot

thechapterfourblog:

"Unbridled" is a great word for Al Swearengen.

Top five greatest characters on American TV. Top five greatest performances on an American TV program. (Those bitches in the UK got to have Ian McShane for 40 years before Deadwood. Do you know his first film was a starring role in 1962?)

I’m going to say Doc Cochran (Brad Dourif). Though, it’s probably Trixie (Paula Malcomson). I identified with both characters on a spiritual level … just as I identify with both actors on a spiritual level. But how do you pick from the best ensemble cast ever?

Brad Dourif - as an actor - makes me weak in the knees.

But there was that scene in Season Two where Joanie walks into her new whorehouse and finds Jane sitting on the floor drunk and in a puddle of her own urine. And in the course of their conversation, Jane says, “Custer was a cunt. The end.” Robin Weigert is the shit.

"Did you hear about what happened to Ridley?" (x)

"We could be the Demolition Duo… forever.”

Death Machine (1994)

nasubionna:

For you folks who just messaged me about being Brad Dourif fans and remembering my fan art, here is a compilation (1 of 2) of my old-ass Brad Dourif fan art, mostly dated around 2003, I think.  Enjoy!  :D

anonmarleighdourif:

Brad Dourif in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

piecesofthenighttt:

Brad Dourif + Pajamas

piecesofthenighttt:

Brad Dourif + Pajamas

Raise your hand if you think the great Brad Dourif was wasted on this week’s Agents of SHIELD
ilarac:

Movie Still from “Ragtime”

ilarac:

Movie Still from “Ragtime”

anatidaephobism:

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) by Milos Forman was clearly the inspirational source of Mangold’s “Girl Interrupted”. They very much alike, and yet the predecessor is just as clearly a cut above.

This is a classic of the 70’s. In addition to that it’s also worth remembering that this film was Jack Nicholson's big breakthrough.

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