I mean, look at her. That's paradise. Call me crazy. However, I'd be one to say that any woman, regardless of body type is indeed paradise, but you have to admit: the more of that paradise, the better.
Maybe too clever? I don't know. Somehow whenever I think of numbers, it doesn't account for those other variables—the kinds we can't really measure. This is especially the case for the entertainment industry— particularly regarding media, such as literature, television, artwork, and of course, film.
You might have some doubts about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency as a whole, but take note of this important and profound fact:
To be fair, Stranger Things certainly had help from the likes of the Goonies, Monster Squad, and the original IT movie (and book) everyone was always so fond of. It was like horror and thrills literally came from kids! And rightly so: after all, Goosebumps (and so many other kid shows) continue to thrill in this horror genre.
Long gone are the days when the horror film is nothing more than a cheesy guilty pleasure, wrought with unbelievable circumstances and lackluster characters featuring one-dimensional brain neurons choosing to do the stupidest stuff just to serve a plot. This year, the Oscars proved otherwise....
There was a time when the "horror heroine" fell by the wayside in favor of flashy and sexy superheroes. It was a sad time. Then, for ages we had to gladly put up with some of the more visceral horror tropes of our mentality, escaping the camp that was the B-horror flick (although for a time, we saw a throwback coming forward, especially with the age of the "nostalgic movie poster").