SadFilmophile

Erm, no, wait...
Honestly, I'm usually much more articulate than this.
Please wait while Appledore installs new updates.
And in case you, too, can barely read the bits in red, the list after “PRESSURE POINT:” seems to say,
JIM MORIARTY (SEE FILE)
REDBEARD  (SEE FILE)
HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLE
OPIUM
JOHN WATSON
IRENE ADLER (SEE FILE)
JIM MORIARTY (SEE FILE)
REDBEARD  (SEE FILE)
HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLE
OPIUM
The production folk at BBC SHERLOCK, or if we’re feeling generous - Magnusson, erroneously put a “THE” in front of Baskerville. 
On the plus side by showing the red bit as a list that repeats itself you cant tell where the list starts and therefore there is no Number One Pressure Point.
I’m curious that the name JOHN WATSON doesnt seem to have a FILE, which makes no sense since Cam has extensive files on Mary.
And , oh look, the descriptive bit on Mycroft, “M. I. 6 (SEE FILE)” can actually be read as though it is another entry under “BROTHER” which is very interesting. They kept “PRESSURE POINT” singular, too, so the fact that it says ‘BROTHER’ and not ‘BROTHERS’ doesnt help anyone’s anti-3rd-brother argument.
(Incidentally I’m not in the there’s-another-brother boat. That is so not canon. *chuckles without meaning to*)

Please wait while Appledore installs new updates.

And in case you, too, can barely read the bits in red, the list after “PRESSURE POINT:” seems to say,

  • JIM MORIARTY (SEE FILE)
  • REDBEARD  (SEE FILE)
  • HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLE
  • OPIUM
  • JOHN WATSON
  • IRENE ADLER (SEE FILE)
  • JIM MORIARTY (SEE FILE)
  • REDBEARD  (SEE FILE)
  • HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLE
  • OPIUM

The production folk at BBC SHERLOCK, or if we’re feeling generous - Magnusson, erroneously put a “THE” in front of Baskerville. 

On the plus side by showing the red bit as a list that repeats itself you cant tell where the list starts and therefore there is no Number One Pressure Point.

I’m curious that the name JOHN WATSON doesnt seem to have a FILE, which makes no sense since Cam has extensive files on Mary.

And , oh look, the descriptive bit on Mycroft, “M. I. 6 (SEE FILE)” can actually be read as though it is another entry under “BROTHER” which is very interesting. They kept “PRESSURE POINT” singular, too, so the fact that it says ‘BROTHER’ and not ‘BROTHERS’ doesnt help anyone’s anti-3rd-brother argument.

(Incidentally I’m not in the there’s-another-brother boat. That is so not canon. *chuckles without meaning to*)

The most interesting thing I can see in this room?

John hasnt shaved properly.

(Funny in retrospect.)

Closeup of Khan

No man should look this good with a blade at his throat

amygloriouspond:

Khan is all in control and very serious. […] It’s all about being in control. And Kirk is going ‘woaaah’. ‘Did you see that? Did everyone see that?!’ It was like test driving.(x)

(via get-sherlock)

ElvisBatch! 

The other day, as I was reading yet another post about how Benedict is not good looking and cant possibly be sexy, I happened to be listening to Elvis Presley. Now there’s another man with a triangular face, sensual lips and a delicate nose and he’s considered to be the sexiest man in the history of pop culture! And, truth be told, it’s not even about a person’s looks, it’s the whole talent-charisma-personality thing that makes a person sexy. 

Funny thing is once I started to look for a picture of BC for this manip I realised he’d been channelling Elvis in many a photo (eg GQ shoot with Alice Eve, the smoky shoot with Rick Loomis, and even a bit in the Accidental Superstar spread).

Vicki’s ideal night out would be at a dungeon. The look on Sherlock’s face when Vicki answers his questions is priceless.

Vicki’s ideal night out would be at a dungeon. The look on Sherlock’s face when Vicki answers his questions is priceless.