The Life of a Fangirl…

The Past Cannot Be Changed, Forgotten, Edited Or Erased. It Can Only Be ACCEPTED.

I just saw the movie Constantine with Keanu Reeves, as John Constantine, and yesterday I saw Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance.


It got me thinking… I have NEVER seen a movie with the devil looking good. There’s never been anyone goodlooking playing the devil in any movie I’ve seen. It’s the same thing with Dracula. He’s supposed to be young, immortal and handsome. But he’s never handsome. Why? I mean okay, the devil doesn’t have to be hot, cute or handsome. You’ve never heard that he is. But Dracula. He’s supposed to be all mysterious and hot. Then why isn’t he ever hot. Not even cute.


I don’t mean to conplain so much. So I’m just gonna finish this post with saying that the movies are great. I love angels and demons. Maybe I don’t love demons. But I love mythology and movies about them. And series. Like Supernatural. And Ghost Rider is good too. It’s actually better than the first movie, even though Blackheart isn’t in this movie 😦 He was my favorite after young Johnny Blaze. They were both kinda hot. Although, Blackheart is hotter now.


Matt Long= Johnny Blaze.

Wes Bentley = Blackheart.


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