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Anthony Head

  1. If You Don’t Watch This Musical Tribute to Giles From Buffy Getting Knocked Down, You Are Dead to Me

    Living an Anthony Stewart Head appreciation life

    I don't know if it's just that I'm in that particularly "Friday" state of mind already, but I'm pretty sure this fanvid by shadowhisper is among the top five greatest things I've seen in my entire life. Oh, Giles and '90s one-hit wonders. I will never stop loving either of you. Screw it, it's Friday. Have all my Uther and Giles gifs:

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  2. Review: SYFY’s Dominion Wants To Be Your Summer TV Fling

    And you should let it.

    You've seen the ads, a classic pose of Saint Michael, the Archangel, his wings spread, his sword poised to slay the demon at his feet -- but hold up. In place of the standard devil, there's a man wielding two guns. That's because Dominion is a show set in a not-so-distant future where God has disappeared, leaving angels and man to a kill-or-be-killed grudge match.

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  3. The Cast for the BBC Radio Production of Neverwhere is an Anglophile’s Dream. Can We Get All These People in a Movie Now, Too?

    Fangasm

    No, your eyes do not deceive you. That is, in fact, James McAvoy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Natalie Dormer, and Anthony Head all in one photo, along with David Schofield (the Pirates of the Caribbean movies), David Harewood (Homeland), and radio drama director Dirk Maggs. And yes, the Neil they're greeting is Neil Gaiman. That would be because they're part of the casting lineup, revealed today in a blog post by Gaiman, of the BBC Radio 4 production of Gaiman's Neverwhere. And the British awesome doesn't stop there: Also in the cast are Sophie Okonedo, Bernard Cribbins, Romola Garai, and Sir Christopher Lee. Hypable says that the lineup is "like something from a Tumblr fantasy-casting meme," and I'd have to disagree, but only because of the lack of Tom Hiddleston. Otherwise that assessment is spot-on.

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