Thursday, July 17, 2014

rubdown:

I’M EXTREMELY ANGRY ABOUT THIS. “I AM DONE WITH TEEN WOLF,” I SAID. “IT’S TRASH IN THE BAD WAY,” I SAID. “SO MUCH POTENTIAL WAS WASTED AND IT’S BEYOND SAVING,” I SAID. “AVENGE SINQUA,” I SAID. “CANCEL TEEN WOLF,” I SAID. NOW HERE I AM, LOOKING AT GIFS OF SOME SORT OF DE-AGED DEREK HALE, ON THIS, THE DAY OF MY DAUGHTER’S WEDDING. DE-AGED TEEN DEREK HALE HAPPENS ONLY IN THE KIND OF FANFICTION I DREAM OF JACKING OFF TO. TEEN DEREK AND STILES ARE EATING CHINESE FOOD TOGETHER. TEEN DEREK IS SLAMMING STILES INTO A WALL AND HIS HAND IS IN STILES’ HAIR. STILES MISSES THE OLD DEREK. TEEN DEREK IS TEEN DEREK. I’M SO ANGRY I COULD KILL. HOW DARE THEY TRY TO TANTALIZE ME BACK INTO WATCHING THIS FUCKING BULLSHIT AS HELL GARBAGE. HOW DARE THIS HAPPEN TO ME. 

(Source: andersonhale)

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

typhonatemybaby:

Legendary Wolf.

i dont think teen wolf has actualy ever topped this moment. it was kind of downhill after this crowning moment of genius

(Source: lonewolfed)

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

okylemarshlovski:

when i die i want teen wolf executive producer jeff davis to lower me into my grave so he can let me down one last time

Thursday, June 12, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014

inderlander:

The Cast of Teen Wolf when they were their characters’ ages…
(or as close as possible for those that have been given ages on the show) 

Friday, June 6, 2014

gyzym:

fiveyearmission:

FIRE IN HER FIST || For the badass ladies of Beacon Hills, who deserve better.

Vid by fiveyearmission. Music is Dessa’s “The Bullpen.” Please watch in HD and fullscreen if possible! Additional notes here, download link over at AO3.

You should watch this vid if: you’ve ever loved Teen Wolf; you’ve ever hated Teen Wolf; you’ve ever seen a single minute of Teen Wolf; you care about the fate of female characters; you don’t care about the fate of female characters; you only think you don’t care about the fate of female characters but in fact do care as you will realize when you watch this vid; you have a pulse. WATCH. THIS. VID. 

Tuesday, May 20, 2014
typhonatemybaby:


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what the hell is this

typhonatemybaby:

(source)

what the hell is this

(Source: dailytylerhoechlin)

Monday, April 28, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
helenish:

filmhabits:

WolfCop - Poster
In theaters June 6, 2014

This is how Derek Hale gets arrested, AGAIN, protesting outside the Beacon Hills movie theater with a sign he made that says: REPRESENTATION, NOT EXPLOITATION. Or—that’s not how he gets arrested. He’s out there for most of opening weekend, wearing various sweaters in cosy colors. He has some pamphlets, if people are interested. He dutifully explains to people who say, look, the werewolf is the HERO in the movie, what’s the problem? Again and again. No actual werewolves were involved in this movie in any way—that would have been a good start. It doesn’t matter if he’s the hero if the movie still portrays being a werewolf as a freakish, terrifying, disgusting thing that happens to your body instead of a core part of your identity. This movie is lurid fetishization dressed up as progress. Here’s a list of independent werewolf films if you’re interested. 
How he gets arrested is that Isaac shows up late on Saturday night, takes one look at the college kids laughing at Derek while he talks to an NPR-Mom, and leans in and snatches their tickets out of their hands, rips them in half. 
"Don’t worry about it, you can still see a werewolf," he snarls, grabbing one of them by the shirtfront, fangs dropping. Derek pulls him off, but not before he clocks one of them pretty good. They both spend the night in jail. 
NPR-mom testifies at the trial. Derek is cleared. Isaac gets community service and discovers his talents at teaching toddlers gymnastics at the local Boys and Girls Club. The makers of Wolf Cop issue a formal apology. Claw and Order, a gritty crime drama where most of the wolf characters are played by real werewolves and they have a werewolf script advisor, debuts on HBO with record-breaking ratings. Derek has it on his DVR but is 13 episodes behind because it’s intense and sometimes really sad.
Pack + 1 is on ABC at 8:00 on Fridays; it’s an hour-long family dramedy about a dysfunctional pack and their reluctant emissary, who learn lessons about love and trust after taking in an orphaned wolf pup. Derek watches it live and then downloads it from Itunes and also he bought the soundtrack for season 1, but that’s because it’s important to show support, he says, it’s not—it’s just—it’s a kid’s show, but—but. It’s pretty well written, he mutters.
Change begins at home. 

PERFECTION.

helenish:

filmhabits:

WolfCop - Poster

In theaters June 6, 2014

This is how Derek Hale gets arrested, AGAIN, protesting outside the Beacon Hills movie theater with a sign he made that says: REPRESENTATION, NOT EXPLOITATION. Or—that’s not how he gets arrested. He’s out there for most of opening weekend, wearing various sweaters in cosy colors. He has some pamphlets, if people are interested. He dutifully explains to people who say, look, the werewolf is the HERO in the movie, what’s the problem? Again and again. No actual werewolves were involved in this movie in any way—that would have been a good start. It doesn’t matter if he’s the hero if the movie still portrays being a werewolf as a freakish, terrifying, disgusting thing that happens to your body instead of a core part of your identity. This movie is lurid fetishization dressed up as progress. Here’s a list of independent werewolf films if you’re interested. 

How he gets arrested is that Isaac shows up late on Saturday night, takes one look at the college kids laughing at Derek while he talks to an NPR-Mom, and leans in and snatches their tickets out of their hands, rips them in half.

"Don’t worry about it, you can still see a werewolf," he snarls, grabbing one of them by the shirtfront, fangs dropping. Derek pulls him off, but not before he clocks one of them pretty good. They both spend the night in jail. 

NPR-mom testifies at the trial. Derek is cleared. Isaac gets community service and discovers his talents at teaching toddlers gymnastics at the local Boys and Girls Club. The makers of Wolf Cop issue a formal apology. Claw and Order, a gritty crime drama where most of the wolf characters are played by real werewolves and they have a werewolf script advisor, debuts on HBO with record-breaking ratings. Derek has it on his DVR but is 13 episodes behind because it’s intense and sometimes really sad.

Pack + 1 is on ABC at 8:00 on Fridays; it’s an hour-long family dramedy about a dysfunctional pack and their reluctant emissary, who learn lessons about love and trust after taking in an orphaned wolf pup. Derek watches it live and then downloads it from Itunes and also he bought the soundtrack for season 1, but that’s because it’s important to show support, he says, it’s not—it’s just—it’s a kid’s show, but—but. It’s pretty well written, he mutters.

Change begins at home. 

PERFECTION.

Thursday, April 17, 2014