Sun Tzu’s The Art of War Audiobook (set to Wu-Tang Instrumentals)
Hey you with the face staring at the screen, there’s a brand new Travis Bickle on the Riviera, a movie podcast for movie podcast people. This week Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke discuss the new Planet of the Apes movie, the new Purge, the plane scene in Delta Force, the elevator scene in Maximum Risk, and the cloud in Green Lantern. Check it out y’all.
Superego Splendor Month continues with a new and lovely animation by Dan Hartshorn. THE LEFFINGWELL GROCERS.
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The horror cinema at the time was interested in the same physical type — beautiful, slight and wide-eyed women in their twenties who could play much younger. Their defining quality is fragility, even if it is realistic fragility. The kind of actresses who flourished n the…
Corben?… Corben?… Corben?…
A illis for the Fifth Element zine that you can read up on here http://fifthelementbook.tumblr.com/
Trying to dig myself out of this funk by making a mess of things and then trying to makes sense of it.
#sketchy #sketch #sketcharoo
I first saw The Toxic Avenger (it may have been 2 or 3 at that point, I don’t remember specifics), when I was 7 or 8 and my mom worked in admitting in the emergency room. I used to go into the hospital with her at 5 in the morning and wait for the school bus to pick me up at 7. She was going to college and working nights, and there was no other time for me to get to school. I used to eat free breakfast in the hospital cafeteria too, I don’t think we had a lot of money at this point. So I would sit in my catholic school uniform with all my school shit and watch tv in the emergency room for an hour (or more depending on shifts) pre-dawn in the E.R. This was only for a few years, and I barely remember it beyond this one specific time. I walk in, ask the guy sitting in front of the tv if I can watch Ninja Turtles, and he says he wants to finish this movie, and if I like Turtles I’ll like this anyway. This guy, I then realized was bleeding from a massive gash in his leg, tied with a soaked-through flannel shirt, and didn’t want to/couldn’t get up. So I watched the whole movie with the guy. This was a really terrible emergency room, I’d be surprised he didn’t lose the leg. I remember being there forever. And then I went and had a full day of catholic school with that movie in my head.
Over at TFO, there is a new episode of the only movie podcast in the world, Travis Bickle on the Riviera. This week, four men discuss all nine seasons of 24, their names are Tucker Stone, Sean Witzke, Morgan Jeske, and David Brothers. They are here to talk to you about Jack Bauer. On a day where dozens of people will try to convince you that a movie with a raccoon is “their Star Wars”, please appreciate how vital this is. CHECK IT OUT
(No one has ever described anything other than Alien as “my Alien”, btw Alien is eternal..)
"Themanati" by Anthony Ashcroft