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- Price gouging amidst a pandemic, enabled by this fucking administration. Screw them all. twitter.com/theintercept/s… 7 hours ago
- RT @AshcanPress: I have a Carl Reiner story that I hold very dear to me. I figured I'd share it today, on the day of his passing, because I… 1 day ago
- 3 things about Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s IN A YEAR WITH 13 MOONS randomcha.net/2020/06/30/3-t… 1 day ago
- Amidst a crappy day, here's a genuine ray of joy. twitter.com/MetroBrewing/s… 1 day ago
- Sigh. From the owner of my local indie used bookstore. These are the kinds of wrenching decisions a lot of folks ar… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 day ago
- So fucking pathetic and dangerous. twitter.com/FlicklundTweet… 1 day ago
- I am so on board with this film (or any Ozon film TBH). twitter.com/francois_ozon/… 2 days ago
- Cruel and unusual punishment. twitter.com/coopercooperco… 3 days ago
- 3 things about James Gray’s AD ASTRA randomcha.net/2020/06/28/3-t… 3 days ago
- RT @larwoolf: “Hope for the Best. Expect the worst. Life is a play. We're unrehearsed.” Happy birthday 94th birthday ! #MelBrooks https://t… 3 days ago
Monthly Archives: October 2018
The long, mysterious saga of the famous Zombie (b. 1934) has been recounted elsewhere with a thoroughness that still amazes me. Therefore I shall make no attempt to summarize here. (Besides, I already did that at Chicagoist years ago.) Instead … Continue reading
Jigoku  1. Low angle long take: burlesque cocktail waitress plies her trade. 2. An endless vista of stones. 3. Needle hell. This movie is bats. And it’s from 1960! I’ve never seen anything like it.
The Ghost Ship  1. Was the bar fight completely staged? 2. Swinging hook, rattling chains. 3. Does he administer the injection or not?
The Leopard Man  1. A pair of glowing eyes. 2. He asks, “Want to dance, Helen?” She replies, bored, “I suppose so.” 3. They never do make it to Chicago.
Horror of Dracula  1. Librarian/vampire hunter. 2. An old woman with a stake through her heart. 3. Crumbled foot, hand, face.
Co-curated by Roy’s World animator Lilli Carré, the 2018 edition of Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation is right around the corner. And in three different time zones! First, on Nov. 3 at REDCAT in LA; then on Nov. 10 at … Continue reading
The Devil’s Bride  1. “Don’t look at its eyes!” 2. Spider and girl. 3. Time travel!
King Kong  1. Jawbreaking. 2. The $20 ticket to see the beast is equivalent to about $388 today. 3. He examines the bullethole in his chest, the blood on his fingers.
Into the Inferno  1. Chicken Church. 2. After an explosion, never turn your back on the crater. Look up for volcanic bombs. 3. “This boiling mass is just monumentally indifferent to scurrying roaches, retarded reptiles, and vapid humans alike.”
Wild at Heart  1. Flickering flame light fixtures in the motel room. 2. “I’ve got sticky stuff in my hair.” 3. Multiple car accidents. 3 other things.