1. Short Term 12 (2013)
A small, quiet indie film about life in a group home. It verges a bit into melodrama, but it’s a nice enough movie, but it didn’t grab me like I thought it would. Oh well. 

    Short Term 12 (2013)

    A small, quiet indie film about life in a group home. It verges a bit into melodrama, but it’s a nice enough movie, but it didn’t grab me like I thought it would. Oh well. 

  2. Violet & Daisy (2011)
Two sexy teenage lollipop-sucking hired killers. It’s shiny, glossy and totally awful. 

    Violet & Daisy (2011)

    Two sexy teenage lollipop-sucking hired killers. It’s shiny, glossy and totally awful. 

  3. Teenage (2013)
As a late bloomer, I’m all in when it comes to anything teenage, but this documentary about the early history of the modern adolescent is pretty dullsville. 

    Teenage (2013)

    As a late bloomer, I’m all in when it comes to anything teenage, but this documentary about the early history of the modern adolescent is pretty dullsville. 

  4. The Misfits (1961) dir. John Huston
This is a pretty brutal and strange film. So many scenes felt dangerous and sad against the gorgeous black and white cinematography. It’s about as dusty and weird as the Reno desert, I guess. 

    The Misfits (1961) dir. John Huston

    This is a pretty brutal and strange film. So many scenes felt dangerous and sad against the gorgeous black and white cinematography. It’s about as dusty and weird as the Reno desert, I guess. 

  5. I Love You My Farfisa - Electralane

    Top five favourite band ever. 

  6. unlucky-artist:

    Maybe the best sarcastic conversation in tv history 

    Reblogged from: unlucky-artist
  7. South Bound Saurez - Led Zeppelin

    It’s like Led Zeppelin doing The Rolling Stones which makes it perfect summer listening. 

  8. They Came Together (2014) dir. David Wain
This is a goofy, cheese-ball and eye-rolling spoof of rom-coms directed by David Wain (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for his silliness - if you haven’t watched his old web series Wainy Days you are missing so much) starring Paul Rudd (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for his cuteness & hilariousness) and Amy Pohler (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for her feminism & general awesomeness). There’s a lot of funny here, but there is also over-the-top silliness and a whole lotta dumbness (a la Airplane movies) that I know in my guts that this movie is kinda sorta bad but at the same time it’s also genuinely likable. You might hate it, but I jumped over the fence and can see its goodness.

    They Came Together (2014) dir. David Wain

    This is a goofy, cheese-ball and eye-rolling spoof of rom-coms directed by David Wain (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for his silliness - if you haven’t watched his old web series Wainy Days you are missing so much) starring Paul Rudd (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for his cuteness & hilariousness) and Amy Pohler (who I love SO FUCKING MUCH for her feminism & general awesomeness). There’s a lot of funny here, but there is also over-the-top silliness and a whole lotta dumbness (a la Airplane movies) that I know in my guts that this movie is kinda sorta bad but at the same time it’s also genuinely likable. You might hate it, but I jumped over the fence and can see its goodness.

  9. Jodorowsky’s Dune (2014)
This is such a fantastic film and Jodorowsky is as charming as El Topo and Holy Mountain are oddball visionary masterpieces. Even the animated sequences that usually seem like a tired gimmick are here used to great effect. Full of life, dreams, ambition and passion. Inspiring.

    Jodorowsky’s Dune (2014)

    This is such a fantastic film and Jodorowsky is as charming as El Topo and Holy Mountain are oddball visionary masterpieces. Even the animated sequences that usually seem like a tired gimmick are here used to great effect. Full of life, dreams, ambition and passion. Inspiring.

  10. Thief (1981) dir. Michael Mann
Style heaped on top of style topped with some crazy, bad dialogue and some gems of the crazy good variety too. The Tangerine Dream soundtrack is the icing on this vibrant neon cake. Enjoyable. 

    Thief (1981) dir. Michael Mann

    Style heaped on top of style topped with some crazy, bad dialogue and some gems of the crazy good variety too. The Tangerine Dream soundtrack is the icing on this vibrant neon cake. Enjoyable. 

  11. Tim’s Vermeer (2013) dir. Penn & Teller
This film is nothing more than a trick. Interesting only in the mechanics it reveals (and the technique is definitely fascinating), this documentary probably would have worked better as a 30 minute tv segment. 

    Tim’s Vermeer (2013) dir. Penn & Teller

    This film is nothing more than a trick. Interesting only in the mechanics it reveals (and the technique is definitely fascinating), this documentary probably would have worked better as a 30 minute tv segment. 

  12. Moms change diapers, Dads form leaders: Justice minister's emails to staff

    Reblogged from: fycanadianpolitics
  13. Foreign Correspondent (1940) dir. Alfred Hitchcock
A fun spy thriller packed to the gills with master sets, incredible stunts and cool shots (a scene involving a killer disappearing under a sea of umbrellas is particularly nice). A little heavy on the propaganda, but light and entertaining too!

    Foreign Correspondent (1940) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

    A fun spy thriller packed to the gills with master sets, incredible stunts and cool shots (a scene involving a killer disappearing under a sea of umbrellas is particularly nice). A little heavy on the propaganda, but light and entertaining too!

  14. humansofnewyork:

"What’s something that all of you have in common?""We’ve all dealt with something major. And we all like the same kind of music."

    humansofnewyork:

    "What’s something that all of you have in common?"
    "We’ve all dealt with something major. And we all like the same kind of music."

    Reblogged from: humansofnewyork
  15. Who Makes the Nazis? - The Fall

    This version kicks ass. 

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