Over at The Factual Opinion, there is a new episode of the world’s only movie podcast, Travis Bickle on the Riviera. This week, guest Nate Patrin joins to talk about Bill Murray in Quick Change, Across 110th St, that Save the Cat asshole, Deliverance, Dario Argento’s The Five Days, Primer, and Two Lane Blacktop. Check it out.
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Read Nate Patrin's review of the latest collaboration between Madlib and Freddie Gibbs, Piñata.
it is a good record is what it is
Tupac and DJ Fuze of Digital Underground, 1990.
Read the Shock G interview at Wax Poetics.
Yeah, read it.
hellfyre and doomtree super villain club @yeahrightpos @dessa @mcnocando @sims
Best LA/Twin Cities meeting since the ‘65 Series.
New comics selection from 1975..
(via Grand Comics Database)
completely swooning for what I believe is Giant Size Werewolf by Night
Eyeing that stack of Mad that’s taking on Death Wish
One of my favourite things from Disneyland: one of the employees has clearly been having fun with the labels in the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame part of the Aerosmith roller coaster.
"Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two" #2, by me, Ulises Farinas and Ryan Hill, out today.
Issue #3: Dredd vs. Harrops?
I got a holiday card from Douglas a couple years back and this is one of the reasons I will treasure it forever.
"Grace Jones" at Le Palace, Paris, 1983
Photo by Patrick Sarfati -source-
I grew up in the era of sampling, where you wear your influences on your sleeve. The easy thing to go to is Tarantino, but for me it’s like the Beastie Boys, the first time I really remember hearing that guitar riff [mouths “She’s Crafty”], to me that’s always “She’s Crafty,” not “The Ocean.” I didn’t hear “The Ocean” until I was like 13 or 14, and I was like, “oh my god, it’s that Beastie Boys riff.” That came out of a post-hip hop world, where you wear your influences on your sleeve. Whether it’s Hitchcock and Welles going back and forth with Psycho and Touch of Evil, or Martin Scorsese doing Psycho in Raging Bull, George Lucas naming characters Klaatu, Barada and Nikto…
I thought this is what you do: you wear your influences on your sleeve, and you kind of find your own voice outside of that stuff. — Matt Fraction is That Dude for all kinds of reasons, and this interview reveals a few of them.
Pink Floyd, ‘Wish You Were Here’ photoshoot, 1975.