calumfan: (jasonisaacs)
I found this article from Empire Magazine, March 2008.

What is it about my British Boyfriends and sleeping naked? First hugh, now Jason.......

calumfan: (Harrypottermen)
I was floating around youtube and stumbled across this video.

I'm dedicating it to [ profile] flyingpigs_live because she tells me I don't have enough fucking Jason Isaacs lol. I <3 you

And for all my F-list who love Mr. Isaacs.

This is a video compiling some moments from Brotherhood Season 1. It's definitely Not Safe For Work and not just because of the violence, you'll know why at about 53 seconds into the show.

I think I have a defect in me, usually violence bothers me but damn, not anymore lol.
calumfan: (jasonisaacs)
After a long and trying day emotionally imagine my glee when I arrived home and found "Brotherhood" Disc 1 starring Jason Isaacs in my mailbox.

I've seen bits and pieces of the show but never in its entirety.

Let me just say this:


Sure, I admit I started watching for Jason but I was pleasantly surprised at how gripping and well done this show is. The entire cast is brilliant and the acting is phenomenal.

It's a little known series from Showtime that is going into it's 3rd season. It was renewed on the strength of how good the show is instead of ratings. It was also named by Entertainment Weekly (I believe don't quote me on that) as one of the best underrated shows on TV.

Here's a quick synopsis courtesy of

Set in an Irish neighbourhood in Providence, the series reflects around two brothers on opposite sides of the law: one a gangster (Jason Isaacs) and the other a politician (Jason Clarke).

I will warn you, the show is VERY violent and VERY dark. There are no real good guys in this show. It depicts the various sides of the human condition quite admirably. Michael (Jason's character) is my favorite and to me the most likable even though he's part of the Irish Mafia. It's like The Sopranos except set in Rhode Island with Irish gangsters instead of Italian.

Did I mention it's VERY violent?

On a total shallow note, not only do I get to hear dear Jason say "Fuck" a lot while looking gorgeous with his natural almost black hair with those crystal blue eyes but he also pulls off a Rhode Island (similar to Boston) accent. Hearing "Wicked Pissed" come out of his mouth sent me into a fit of giggles.


I'll stop gushing now lol
calumfan: (hughalan)
Happy Tuesday!

I’m feeling extraordinarily random today and want some pic!spams so stay tuned after my ramblings for the hotness. (Or skip down to it, you know, whatever lol.)

1) I finished watching "The End of the Affair" last night; it was a truly beautiful movie. Not only was the acting superb but the storyline especially at the end was fabulous.

-It’s a story of love, jealousy, devotion and faith, although the religious undertones do not beat you about the head.

-Of course while watching it, Hubby was in the room and flat out said (during one of the numerous graphic love scenes) "Is this a freaking porno??" He never fails to make me laugh.

2) Speaking of the aforementioned movie above, I’ve decided to read the novel from which it was based.

-I find the writer Graham Greene fascinating. His early works were known for their Catholic undertones although he did not live his life according to the faith.

-This little tidbit intrigued me the most as found on Wikipedia:

He supplemented his novelist's income with freelance journalism, book and film reviews for “The Spectator” and co-editing the magazine "Night and Day" which folded in 1937 shortly after Greene's film review of "Wee Willie Winkie" featuring nine-year-old Shirley Temple, cost the magazine a lost libel lawsuit. Greene's review claimed that Temple displayed "a certain adroit coquetry which appealed to middle-aged men"; it is now considered one of the first criticisms of the sexualisation of children for entertainment.

-My boss and I had been discussing this exact topic today because she had a very young daughter and I have a step daughter who just reached teenage status. There is a certain innocence that I had at this age that is gone today.

3) I’m training in another department today after lunch. Heaven help me, I’ll be away from my PC. *cries*

4) I really wish my leg would stop vibrating under my desk. I haven’t even had that much caffeine today.

5) This Promo picture owns my soul. It’s absolutely gorgeous on an artistic level to me. So much emotion and meaning transpires here:


6) On with the important stuff, the pic!spam’s!! I am dedicating these to some of my favorite lovely ladies on my F-list.

-For [ profile] bonorattle some Greg House. You need so Hugh lovin’ to make it through tonight!
-For [ profile] color_me_verde I give you Alan Rickman as "The Interrogator" from Closetland. I know I promised you this a while ago, I’m here to deliver!
-For [ profile] flyingpigs_live Here’s some Jason Isaacs. I don’t want another question as to where he is lol! *hugs*

The Holy Trinity of British Men )
calumfan: (ian)

1) I'm watching "Blades of Glory" on HBO tonight and I have no idea why. I'm such a dork because damn it, it makes me laugh. Shoot me now.

-Damn it if my neighbor's son doesn't look like Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) right down to the gaping mouth with the teeth that hang out.

2) This photo made my day:


-I need to marry Jennifer Morrison, she is flawless.

3) My husband called me last night expounding on the brilliance of Stephen Fry and his podcast.

-Apparently all my gushing about how amazing and smart Stephen is was lost on Hubby. No, he took it upon himself last evening to tell ME that after listening to the podcast that he had never "Heard anyone speak with such eloquence and sound so smart" oh and that Stephen "Has an unbeliveable vocabulary in addition to being very funny"

-Gee, I've only been telling you that forever honey! Bless his heart though, he's now a total Stephen Fry fanboy!!

4) Do you want to know the definition of FAIL?

-Having to carry a 55 pound dead weight sleeping child from your car to the house in an absolute nightmarish rain and wind storm. SUCKED

5) I always see people do the "Friday Fiver" questions. I decided to do my own "Friday 5" with a twist.

-My Friday 5 will be a pic!spam of 5 hotties either in or out of character.

Welcome to my Inaugural Friday 5

Ian from Flight of the Phoenix, Michael Caffee from Brotherhood, Patrick Bateman from American Psycho, Wolverine from The X-Men and Indiana Jones

Nothing like a little eye candy for the weekend )
calumfan: (hughalan)
As tagged by [ profile] bonorattle
List 10 fictional characters you wouldn't kick out of bed (in no particular order) and tag five people to do the same.

I tag some new members of my flist [ profile] so_severus, [ profile] ilovemeganm, [ profile] flyingpigs_live, [ profile] joanie_dearest5 and [ profile] monicarnsg

I am trying desperately for these all not to be some incarnation of Hugh :)

Click here, you know you want to see the hottness )
calumfan: (lucius)
Well hello there Mr. Hot and Sexy wasn't expecting to see you in the next movie Lucius!

Behold the hottness of my undercover lover )
calumfan: (jasonisaacs)
We're babysitting my nephew because my sister is in the ER so to pass the time we're watching "The Patriot"

Can I state for the record that I've never seen the movie and Jason Isaacs is an absolute Badass as Colonel William Tavington? He's got to be up there as one of the most heartless and convincing bad guys ever on screen.

He is despicable, disgusting, pure evil and I find myself unable to not stare into his eyes. Yep, I'm pretty sure that therapy is warranted for feelings such as these.


Because I can't help myself, more of the evil Colonel behind the cut )
calumfan: (jasonisaacs)
Damn you older British Men for making me love you so!

Curses, I have another to add to my harem of future fathers of my children.

Jason Isaacs


You may know him as Lucius Malfoy or from The Patriot or Peter Pan. He's gorgeous and he's all MINE!!!! LOL (Had to break up the monotony of Hugh and Alan posts)

Behold the beauty of another blue eyed man )


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