October 31st
23:14

News on the Marble Hornets movie

Happy halloween! Have some great news!

May 1st
22:03

Hey, Marble Hornets fans - vote for MH for best web series of all time

You can vote as many times as you want.  Not that you should.  I’m only saying that you can.

March 2nd
16:30
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johnverbingalonewithnouns:

captain-innit:

ENTRY??? AT REASONABLE O’CLOCK???? 

Man two dudes and a hotel room, they could’ve at least made out a little, come on now

February 28th
12:37
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hypnoplasmids:

rowvle:

I’m scared.

MOTHER OF GOD.

hypnoplasmids:

rowvle:

I’m scared.

MOTHER OF GOD.

January 23rd
19:48
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alexkralie:

Entry #66.

January 6th
19:15
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└  totheark ; be al⊗ne

January 5th
02:09
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thankyousirmayihaveanother:

Man Jay you’re really trying to push us in the right direction here

thankyousirmayihaveanother:

Man Jay you’re really trying to push us in the right direction here

December 31st
01:16
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beepish:

New TTA - Surveillance

December 9th
02:48
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On the first day of Christmas Alex Kralie gave to me

A Cement brick in the fucking knee

November 26th
23:41
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Marble Hornets Fandom, Sit Down and STFU For a Second

martinvanburens:

Listen, I’m gonna cut to the chase here: I’m sure a lot of you know by now there was a minor incident tonight involving a blogger who posted fanart without sourcing, and it brought down kind of a backlash. When I first saw the reposted fanart, I sent an ask politely explaining that the art needed to either be sourced or taken down. The response I got was apologetic, and the blogger indicated that they would take down the posts. The exchange was quick, polite, and reasonable. They have apologized multiple times.

So, why is it that when I went to their blog, I saw anon hate?

Yeah, not sourcing art isn’t good. It’s not proper etiquette and it’s not fair to the artist. But that’s something that can be explained in an ask WITHOUT being rude or hateful!

This alone wouldn’t have prompted me to make this post, but I’ve seen so much shit going down lately that I feel like I have to say something. Fandom, if someone does something wrong, correct them—don’t immediately start flinging nasty anons at whoever SEEMS responsible. The person running marblehornetsconfessions has gotten a shit-ton of hate for posting opinions that aren’t even hers, that doesn’t even make sense. Even if Tim or one of the guys calls someone out like they’ve done before, guess what? It’s done! They’ve been called out! Your anons really do not help the situation, and instead create an atmosphere where people are afraid to post their opinions about anything. They don’t need you to defend them—at the very least, not like that.

Dogpiling doesn’t help anyone. I know you may feel like a justice-serving vigilante when you call someone out, but fandom drama doesn’t need to end with the offender being beaten into submission by a mob of anons. If you really do have a problem with something, at least have the courtesy to remain polite, or better yet, don’t anon at all—maybe it would improve our dialogue if we all had to stick by our opinions.

I’m not completely naive. I know that, to an extent, this is something that happens in every fandom. Every fandom has its mean anons, its drama and hatemail. But our fandom is awesome, and keeping it awesome means keeping the atmosphere open to discussion and as free from drama as we can possibly make it! So please, think before you send that sort of stuff. Read the situation. See who else is sending messages. If we all work on this, we can maintain a nice, safe environment.