borrowedcrime: (pwolf sing)
2009-07-06 04:27 pm

Let the Right One In icons

I made some icons from my new obsession, Let the Right One in. This is the first set of icons I've ever made, so they aren't very fancy, but I just wanted to play around. The movie is so beautiful I couldn't resist.

I don't really have any rules. You can comment if you take one (or not, if you don't feel like it), and you can credit me if you want. It's okay to edit these or use them as bases, most of them are blank. Enjoy!

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There are 21 icons total, below the cut. )
borrowedcrime: (pwolf face)
2009-07-06 04:20 am
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iPhone/iPod Touch

Do you have an iPhone or an iTouch? When I got my iTouch, I experienced the mad rush to download all the cool little apps, like everyone. But after I got it working as a Kindle, I pretty much lost interest in everything but the book reading and music-listening functions. Which is good because the battery life is terrible. But I've recently experienced a Renaissance of downloading and trying useful apps for fun and profit (?). I usually only buy apps if they're $2 or less, and then very rarely, so check out my recommendation of mostly free and very fun iPhone apps. Here's the ones I can't live without: )

That's all I'm into right now, but I'll keep adding more as I go, and of course you're free to tell me of any awesome finds.
borrowedcrime: (pwolf sing)
2009-07-05 02:21 pm

film review: let the right one in

I guess I'm a little late to the party, but I just watched Let the Right One In (original Swedish: Låt den rätte komma in), and it was one of the best films I've seen in years. It was just beautiful to look at and so subtle. It's about a young misfit boy, Oskar, who is relentlessly bullied at school. He makes friends with the girl who has moved into the flat next to him, Eli. She turns out to be a vampire and she encourages him to stand up for himself. This is truly one of the best vampire films I've seen in ages, and yeah, I know they're so in right now. But really, this film has the blood, violence, and lack of sparkles you'd expect from a vampire movie, all handled with such grace and charm that the whole "vampire" thing is completely secondary to the relationship between the two friends. It was simply wonderful and I adored it. I'm going to start reading the book asap.