Friday, April 26, 2013

Friday Scramble

I like the disco music.

Churchill in retirement.

"People? I ain't people!"

Living in America.

The people he knew.

Sirk talks shop.

Writers cook something up.

A new leader.

When the morning after stretches into the following afternoon.

Another in a priceless series.

Imagine the sitcom you could get out of this setup.

Sending imagination to the stars.

Friday Jukebox, MST3K makes everything better.

Friday, April 19, 2013

The Archers

It has been quite the week from Hell which means it's time for a Powell and Pressburger photo safari. Films featured are; The Tales of Hoffman, Black Narcissus, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, The Red Shoes, and A Matter of Life and Death. Definitely click to enlarge mon amis.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Enchanted April

Because it's been such an awful one.

Thursday Scramble

An argument for us night owls.

Marlene gets her big break.

The great (for your health) outdoors.

A librarian gets letters.

Bach on strings.

The art of packaging.

The maestro masticates on music.

All that you can leave behind.

This is not a cake.

You are what you do.

A poet in love.

A favorite artist heads for the city of lights.

All this has happened before...

A story of pictures.

An unsung movie lover.

Do what you love.

That time an eastern European philosopher wrote a A&F catalogue.

A newspaperman goes to the big -30- .

Last link for a last day.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Monday Moebius

(click to enlarge)

Monday Ballet

Misty Copeland at 15.

Monday, April 08, 2013

Monday Scramble

A monolith for your module.

One of many, many beautiful goodbyes.

Asimov in SPAAAAAAAACE....

A documentary on the keeper of the labyrinth.

They don't lie, much.

Scattering seeds.

It's still excellent advice.

I knew there was a trick to it.

Falling, falling, falling...

Monday Jukebox, a night in Gotham.

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

The Immortal Sins Of Jess Franco

Cult icon Jesus Franco has left us at age 82. I want to write more about how this delightfully strange man's delightfully strange films had a surprising effect on me. For now enjoy some trailers to some films that we will not see the like of ever again, and being Franco most are NSFW.

And it seems only right to end on a nightclub scene, I hope you're unsettling and arousing moviegoers in the afterlife with equal gusto good sir.