You see a big fan of Paradise Lost and Doctor Faustus. Wishes to travel to Spain, Portugal and Italy in Western Europe, and Romania, Estonia and Greece in Eastern Europe, Brazil, Argentina and Peru in the Americas, Philippines, Cambodia and Israel in Asia, and South Africa, Ethiopia and Kenya in Africa, plus most of the islands – but except for the nations which I have already visited (UK, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia), I might not be traveling from now on, as it seems.
* Working as an editor right now.
Ten Points of the Soul
✠ I believe that the life is full of suffering.
✠ There is just purification and salvation.
✠ There is basically nothing to be gained in this world.
✠ Knowledge or rather wisdom keeps us as humans.
✠ Human beings are inherently evil.
✠ God’s grace keeps us alive and good.
✠ Modern society is attached to sin.
✠ The loss of faith in God is loss of humanity.
✠ We do not belong to this world.
✠ All good, happy things can come only after death.
Favourite Performances (1980 onwards):
Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter: Silence of the Lambs
Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance: The Shining
Liam Neeson as Oscar Schindler: Schindler’s List
Hilary Swank as Brandon Teena: Boys Don’t Cry
Jennifer Lawrence as Tiffany Maxwell: Silver Linings Playbook
Natalie Portman as Nina Sayers: Black Swan
Ralph Fiennes as Francis Dolarhyde: Red Dragon
Kristin Scott Thomas as Katharine Clifton: The English Patient
Juliette Binoche as Catherine Earnshaw: Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights
Amanda Seyfried as Chloe: Chloe
PS: The Vampire Bat is a post graduate in English Language and Literature with Film Studies as elective, along with a second post graduation in History. He did his thesis on vampire fiction (Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire). He is a double graduate in I. English Language and Literature and II. History. He has Diplomas in I. Human Rights, II. Media Studies and III. Multimedia. So please don’t deny him his craziness, for he has achieved them from what he studied and from books, an overdose of them. His real name is Tennyson, yes named after the poet of Victorian age Britain, and asked by one out of every three people if he write poems, or at least anything which qualifies as literature.
“The darkest age is yet to come. Have faith”. — Mutant Chronicles
“Fear leads to anger; anger leads to hate; hate leads to suffering”. — Star Wars I
“When a forest grows too wild, a purging fire is inevitable and natural”. — Batman Begins
“Most people don’t believe something can happen until it already has”. — World War Z
“Without faith, without belief in something, what are we”? — King Arthur
“Death is only the beginning”. — The Mummy
“Fate is not without a sense of irony”. — The Matrix