not that big on cinema tbh
more into laura branigan
Madagascar have a crack at the bard. You know the one, about the young noble who is given prescience of future rule and decides to fast-track the process with a bit of the old ultraviolence, with less than positive results. Lesson learnt, pride before a fall, always double-check a witch's words etc. This is pretty good for what it is. Beach theatre. Have at it if you think it sounds like you. I've never been much one for Billy S.…
Sulky Mickey Rourke & Sinead O'Connor enthusiast pays to sleep with an insanely beautiful prostitute. Now they're both as miserable as can be. What's wrong with this picture?
In its almost student-demo simplicity and shabby socio-economic milieu, manages to scream volumes about the desperation of ennui and the no-score-draw of love as trade in the modern world. Not bad.
Round the World #100: Kazakhstan
Well that's 100 films in 30 days. Take that, March Around the Worlders! Although tbf…
Phenomena upon phenomena upon phenomena.
Where are we even at with media?
What night-time lost highway are we on?
What year is this?
Who would even know how to write this up? The linguistic gymnastics it would require to detail the specific machinations of drama on display here are well out of my reach. Why even bother with a synopsis – a dutiful major is assigned to the hangover of Project Blue Book and unearths the mysteries of the evil…
I been busting out the classics to get me through and man, these movies are just life support. This is a big one in my personal growth. First saw it at 16 when it had just come out for video rental and I'd never seen anything so distinctively kind-natured whilst treating of such dark complex social issues. The very premise, that evil is just mnemonic, that we could all be just a bump on the head away from deliverance from…