Check this out: it’s time to get weird! Kenneth Anger’s film Invocation of My Demon Brother. http://youtu.be/SzO8uZCdODU
By the close of the 1960s, the Western had undergone immense transformation. From the days of John Ford’s early films of survivalists on the prairie to the emergence of iconic characters portrayed by John Wayne, Gary Cooper and Clint Eastwood, the genre was near its apex with Sergio Leone’s breath
“World cinema” is a misleading term. Usually used as a marketing tool or when referring to non-English speaking movies, it’s similar to saying “world music” when talking about something that’s not exclusively genre specific or “ethnic” sounding. The late ’80s were where you began to see these terms popping up
Watching an epic, hour-long battle scene on Game of Thrones the other day, it occurred to me how immune I had become from scenes of violence. Graphic slayings, beheadings, throat-cuttings and flayings no longer made me squirm or look away. Since my childhood in the 80s, I have developed a
The cool thing about living in a post-post-post(?) modern era like the 2010s is the wealth of cinema and art from which to draw inspiration from. There’s the phrase “there’s nothing new under the sun,” which is probably true, but if that’s the case, then maybe we haven’t had to
Words can not describe what you are about to witness; just press play and step in to the bugged out world called THE WHORE CHURCH (Purveyors of filth, merchants of awful, creators of the world’s greatest video Mixtape)!