Have you ever wondered which iconic horror movie slasher has had the most kills over time. Is it Friday the 13th’s Jason or Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy or someone else entirely? Well Film.com have created an infographic showing just that.
The vertical axis reflects the total number of kills, and the horizontal axis reflects the years the slasher has been active. As time progresses, each slasher’s total body count rises, allowing one to compare murder rates at various points in movie history.
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Harry Potter travel posters by Caroline Hadilaksono.What if muggles get to enter the wizarding world? It’s completely plausible. Ron once said that almost all witches and wizards nowadays are either half-bloods or muggle-borns. With the end of Voldemort’s reign, muggle-borns and muggles would be accepted by the wizarding world as equals. One day it might just be possible that the divide between the magical and the non-magical world would be lifted. That non-magical folks would finally be aware of the existence of the wizarding world. And when that day comes, muggles are going to be blown away by all the magic that they’ve been missing all these years. It’s literally a whole new world that they’ve got to explore.
That’s the idea behind these travel posters, they promote the magical world as travel destinations to non-magical people.
A teenage boy logs on to facebook to update his status. “Women, you don’t need to please a man to feel good about yourself. You are all beautiful, no matter what.”
Suddenly, a ray of light beams down upon him. A chorus of angels sings as Mary Wollstonecraft descends from heaven.
“Thank you, son,” she says. “You’ve done it. Sexism is over.”