zincesaucier:

I blamethank all the fanfiction writers out there. Please don’t stop.

zincesaucier:

I blamethank all the fanfiction writers out there. Please don’t stop.

(via zincesaucier)

(via painlock)

ascandalinthechamberofsecrets:

painlock:

when magnussen says “but look how you care about john watson” and then john turns around to face him and sherlock fucking lowers his gaze to avoid meeting john’s eyes

because that’s what you do when you’re in fucking actual love with someone to the end of the earth with all your being and the whole world still thinks you’re some kind of unfeeling frozen robot shit 

(via marybegone)

tookmyskull:

livielightyear:

I’ve been feeling terrible for the past two days. Like, really emotionally terrible. 
So I made Sherlock feel terrible too.

"You wouldn’t know because you’ve always lived alone."

tookmyskull:

livielightyear:

I’ve been feeling terrible for the past two days. Like, really emotionally terrible. 

So I made Sherlock feel terrible too.

"You wouldn’t know because you’ve always lived alone."

leviisacutelittleshit:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

beggars-opera:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD

easy there henry

whos henry what thef uck?

*faint laughter from Britain*

(via lady-r0salind)

”[…] you actually hear in the distance the Watson chords on brass as Sherlock is ascending the staircase because it’s really John… it’s the connection with John that’s giving him the motivation to recover from that situation,…”

[…]

"But what Sherlock is about mostly for us, in character and musical terms, is Sherlock and Watson."

Michael Price, Music to Picture, an interview by Mid0nz

99% of music for film and TV is authentically, earnestly, emotionally written without that ironic sense — which means that we feel people’s pain. We don’t minimize it. We try and, in a way, guide the audience, sometimes sort of holding their hand through things. We can be a throughline through complicated plot sequences. We can be an emotional companion really….I hope what we do is to be there alongside the audience, feeling and expressing at the same time with them. Then somehow, on a really good day, an audience member watching the show can be experiencing their own emotional journey and they’ve got someone musically doing that at the same time. When it works really well, I think there’s a sort of a connection between the two and you always feel your emotions are validated by the music.

Sherlock composer Michael Price, from his interview with mid0nz.

This, this, is why the music for s3 was the most satisfying thing about it. Because it felt consistent, unironic, true and trustworthy, and shored up the emotional expectations that weren’t always supported by the writing. Bravo, Mr. Price.

(via professorfangirl)
I find myself getting more and more right on and cross just about the stupidity of it really, because my experience, direct experience with the audience for Sherlock has been… It’s simply not true that there isn’t a female audience out there and that they’re not intelligent and that they… So they don’t want cheesy rom coms. They don’t want the lowest common denominator stuff. There’s an intelligent audience out there who want to be entertained and challenged.

Michael Price about the Sherlock fandom and how it informed his view of audiences.

from mid0nz's fabulous interview.

Because we all need to hear something positive about fandom today.

We can be a positive influence and simply by loving what we love we can cause views to change. I hope we can stop beating each other up and continue to create positive things.

(via stepfordgeek)

He has so much respect for the fans. He’s literally hiding away recording his first solo album in Berlin and he liked my other interview so he gave me a break and a couple of hours of his time and WOW. What a conversation, and what a guy! 

Forget the wank. It’s inconsequential. Read my interview ;-)

(via mid0nz)

vaginal-diabetus:

thescienceofjohnlock:

Well then, Sherlock. Back on the sauce?

"Don’t appal me when I’m high." 

i’m sorry. my brain is a filthy location this morning.

(via thescienceofjohnlock)