TRACK NAME: Thriller
ALBUM TITLE: Infinity on High
ARTIST: Fall Out Boy


Thriller || Fall Out Boy

crowds are won and lost and won again but our hearts beat for the diehards

Fall out boy’s coming to town this weekend and I can’t go because I’m poor and moving :’)

People always say life is full of choices,
no one ever mentions fear.
Or how the world can seem so vast,
on a journey to the past. 


MBTI in Fiction: INFPs are idealistic and loyal to their values and to people who are important to them. They are curious, quick to see possibilities, and can be catalysts for implementing ideas. They seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential, and are adaptable, flexible, and accepting unless a value is threatened.  (x)

eh, it’s from the 40’s. Film was very expensive back then. They wouldn’t make the movie unless it was somewhat descent. (Unlike these days where ANYTHING GOES—Sharknado??). Not expecting a “classic” though.

Yeah, that wouldn’t make sense to waste film on something they knew was bad. Well then, if you end up finding it, let me know how it goes! Seems like it could be fairly decent judging by the trailer.

Looks like you’ve stumbled upon a real hidden treasure. uvu

Aw, I need to accidentally find these gems more often. xD

I know youtube has the full Tom Sawyer Detective for free—they have a lot of old black and white movies that nobody cares for copyright. The issue I’d probably run into is the name being confused for the OTHER Adventures of Mark Twain (claymation)

Well…yeah that fooled me at first, but I’ve been adding the date in my search to narrow things down. It seems to help so far, but I understand how the titles are an issue. The newest one practically overshadows the 1944 one since it’s better known, it’s like the biopic’s hidden behind it.

awesome! I’m gonna have to hunt this down and watch the full thing now. :0

Good luck with that! I think you can rent it for cheap on youtube, that is, if it’s not in your public library.

The Adventures of Mark Twain—1944

While on the hunt for a separate author’s biopic, I was graced with this little number.