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22nd July 2014


Tagged: filmsmoviesaliensrhymesIndependence DayHarry Connick Jr

8th July 2014

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Tagged: filmsmoviesfutureSamantha MortonDavid CronenbergCosmopolis

24th June 2014

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You can argue forever about the content of a film, its aesthetic, its style, even its moral posture; but the crucial imperative is to avoid boredom at all costs.
— Luis Buñuel, My Last Breath (1982), tr. Abigail Israel

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13th June 2014

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

Tagged: filmscyberpunkmoviesTetsuocult filmsscifiShinya Tsukamoto

10th June 2014


Elvis meets a fan.

Elvis meets a fan.

Tagged: filmsmoviespunsElviscult filmsBruce CampbellDon CoscarelliBubba Ho-Tep

4th June 2014

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Terrence Malick films have a lot of trees in them


Film, University of Southampton

Philosophising Through Film: Reflections on Nature and Humanity in the Films of Terrence Malick

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1st June 2014

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The Cat and the Canary (1927)

The Cat and the Canary (1927)

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30th May 2014

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Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

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24th May 2014

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A Scanner Darkly (2006)

A Scanner Darkly (2006)

Tagged: filmsmoviesanimationrotoscopingepistemologyKeanu ReevesA Scanner DarklyRichard Linklater

16th May 2014


The wind blew her back up

—I ever tell you about that time years ago I was on this ledge uptown trying to pull the damn psycho inside?
—You mean where the guy jumped and you almost fell? No, you never told me that story.
—[laughing] No, you never listened. So there I was. I put everything I had into saving this dumb-ass, low-life suicidal that when he went down, it was like I wanted to go with him.
—That happened once in Ireland. This girl jumped off the Cliffs of Moher and the wind blew her back up.
—The wind blew her back up?
—Yeah, the wind.
—No, that was Jesus, son.
—It was also the wind.
—The wind, my black ass. That was Jesus.

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

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