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Hmm .. Lets see .. 

Cute.. (no denying that) 

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Tall .. (those long long legs!) 

Eyes .. (hypnotizing) 

SMILE ! (*melts*) 

Yes he did  .. ;) eheheheh

well…

cute?

tall?

gorgeous eyes?

smile?

i think we had a winner here. (or 2 for that matter)

I was prepared to add Dan & Phil but it was already done.

Cute

Tall

Eyes

Smile

Not gonna lie. Thought of Troye.

Cute 

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Dan Smith wins this. 

One post, so many fandoms…

Just watched The Moth Diaries and to be honest I wasn’t really expecting that much from it. After the multiple let downs from the vampire genre over the last few years in both books and film I really wasn’t holding my breath over it being any more than a mediocre gore movie with lots of lesbian scenes (Its set in an all girls school). Then after reading the reviews for the film I was really just expecting to turn it off after about 10 minutes. However it seems that a lot of the disappointment in the reviews seems to be either a) people who’ve read the book and were let down by the film, luckily I have not read the book so I didn’t have to worry about that. Or b) people who were expecting a Twilight style vampire film. Now with all that in mind I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed the movie. In a world where popular culture has given us sparkly gay vampires I was so happy to find a film that references a few of the old vampire legends. The film shares some wonderful parallels with both Carmilla and Dracula along with referencing both books in the actual film itself. If your looking for another twilight then this film is really not what you want. However if you like a good old Gothic vampire movie and have time to kill then give it a go maybe you’ll be surprised too.

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