The Craft (1996)
Welcome to the Witching Hour
Western Canadian Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
Eastern Canadian Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
A few folks have commented that the preceding post is overly reductive, and I…
more inktober for the day with more cute lil witches!
the most important thing is to believe in yourself and also aliens
imagine the movie grease but with lesbians
imagine every movie but with lesbians
i like the way you think. you’re hired.
im assuming this house is probably haunted so i wouldn’t live in it but it is so beautiful
Dani and Billy from Hocus Pocus. I love how Billy kept her safe within the salt circle :3
#oh look it’s allydia#Lydia keeps dreaming of a mermaid calling to her#and at first she thinks it’s her gran#but the voice#the voice calling her Ariel is so familiar#and at first Lydia assumes it’s ptsd#which is to be expected after all she has been through#but the dreams keep getting more detailed#keep telling her to look for her lost love in the preserve#and one night she can’t stand it anymore#so she gets in the car and drives into the woods#mostly just to assure herself that there is nothing there and the dreams are just dreams#but without really knowing how#she is suddenly in the middle of the forest#and there is a pond which hadn’t been there before#only a few feet away from the nemeton#and then there is this voice again#and the water ripples as the face of a young woman surfaces#a face Lydia thought she would never get to see again#and the woman smiles at her dimples and all#as her fishtail splashes slightly#and Lydia sinks to her knees at the edge of the pond#not daring to touch in case it turns out to be a dream after all#but Allison is having none of that#so she pulls a stunned Lydia in the pond with her#kissing her cheek her nose her lips#everything she can reach#and suddenly Lydia realises#that the dreams /were/ dreams#but not for nothing is she a banshee (via rememberthehuntress)