This is a companion blog to my tumblr, (A.K.A. "headquarters") and is reserved for longer and more detailed or image-heavy commentaries on specific fictional incestuously canon or non-canon relationships. The "Shipcestuous" brand is meant to be support for those of us who just can’t help shipping incest, whether there is a particular brother/sister pairing we’ve been unable to resist, or whether it’s our narrative kink of choice.
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Category Archives: Family/Kids’ Movies
The Secret of Moonacre was recommended to me last week by an Anon who should be honored and praised. It’s basically Beauty and the Beast, if the beast were Belle’s uncle. This is not a brother/sister ship, and so it … Continue reading
Friends, I have made no secret of the fact that Sharpay and Ryan of the High School Musical trilogy (Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grabeel) are near and dear to my heart (even though I have no love for the movies … Continue reading
Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Cartoon – A (Friendly) Comparison (= Not A Rant) – With The Movie – Book One – Water – Extra Dash
Avatar: The Last Airbender has replaced The Vampire Diaries as my current obsession, and thank gosh because the next TVD episode isn’t for another 33 days! Did you read my epic-length post on the movie? I did as I said … Continue reading
Wow, The Last Airbender totally rocked my world. I knew I wanted to see it, but I had decided not to spend the extra money to see it in theaters (especially after hearing some less-than-enthusiastic reviews), so I didn’t end … Continue reading
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf. Have you heard of this movie? Probably not. Should you have? No, not really. Does it have a certain amount of appeal for someone looking for a certain thing? Yes, yes it does. Are you … Continue reading
Snow-covered sisters, nitroglycerine, and fat baby polar bears: Vertical Limit and Alaska (and few snow-movie recommendations)
It makes sense to pair Vertical Limit and Alaska: they’re both movies with a brother-sister lead pair about climbing snowy peaks, dead parents, suicidal rescue missions, and incest. What? You don’t remember the incest? OK, OK, so I lied about … Continue reading
I’ll give you the bottom line at the top: Aliens in the Attic is a pretty fun movie (at least I think it is) and good for brother/sister shipping, so if you think you might like it you should give … Continue reading