Dear toe and heel walkers, thank you all for watching, tooting, faving, boosting. May your eyesight be non-affected by your walk.

If you have looked at #OTV (otvstudios.net) be sure to know that @seven made, maintains, hosts and operates that whole magic thingie!

@ella_kane Once thought up the #WeAreNameless movie-tooters, Iḿ merely a host(ess).

Sleep tight, dream about worms with limbs which you can defeat with Crucifix ninja stars :D

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Yes toe-walkers are the real daywalkers, this is lore so sacred that everyone tiptoes around it.
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I hope she's like me, a toe-walker, else it's hard to walk on heels and fight vampires on motorcycles :_catsad:
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Well well well if it ain't the invisible cunt [Karl Urban in The Boys]
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Jesus talking about humping all of a sudden while walking through a sewer filled with vampires... Someone has a kink
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It's really just a worm with limbs... but aren't we all 🤔
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Trivia:

Director Scott Stewart originally wanted Brad Dourif's character to appear as a human/vampire-hybrid in the second half of the movie. Unfortunately, Dourif was only available for two days of shooting, so Stewart 'had to kill him off'

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Trivia:

The two companies responsible for building the bikes, Cinema Vehicle Services and Ghostlight Industries started with the Suzuki Gladius The builders took the initial artists sketches and made adjustments that would allow them to create fully functioning, usable vehicles for on the set of the film. The most striking thing about the concept bikes (apart from the huge turbines at the front) are their extended length and the low ride height which both pose significant challenges. Alloy swing arms were fitted to the rear of the bikes with a strengthened suspension setup similar to that used on sidecars. The front wheels were also extended out from the bikes using completely custom designed front ends. The low stance was then achieved by building custom fuel tanks that could be relocated to beneath the seat in the extra space created by the massively extended swing arm. Once the builders were satisfied that the chassis of the motorcycles were visually correct and safe to ride work began on the bodywork. Using foam and wood the extreme styling from the concept sketches was shaped over the heavily modified Gladius. Casts were then taken and fiberglass panels were produced for each of the six motorcycles built for the film. The final touches including paint, age effects and the weapons were then added by the productions art department before filming began. All the motorcycles produced for the film too around 6 weeks to produce. The priority of all the work done on the Suzukis was their functionality and one builder was quoted as confidently saying that the motorcycles could be road registered and ridden daily. Some of the motorcycles still remain after filming had ended and are fully functional,

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A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.