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White of the Eye (1987) | Donald Cammell’s rarely screened psycho drama is arthouse cinema sublime

In the former copper-mining town of Globe, Arizona, a woman has been found brutally murdered in her home. 432 more words


Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines is most downloaded song in chart history!

Robin Thicke’s hit tune Blurred Lines has been declared the most-downloaded song in chart history.
The track topped the Official Charts Company’s digital poll after shifting 1.54 million copies since its release in May 2013. 103 more words

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Rüpert von Rom's Must-See of the Month: Dries van Noten

This month’s must-see is more of a MUST NOT MISS. The Dries van Noten exhibit in Paris.

Dries van Noten is the kind of man that makes you want to spend everything you’ve got on anything that wears his label. 108 more words


Day Twenty Five

As a follow up, or summary thought, to some of my pontificating yesterday; I would like to simply state the following. I think a place, a person, a thing, can all hold extremely negative energy if we let it. 643 more words

Seven Weeks


Last September, we visited Barcelona, a truly amazing city. On the photo is Park Guell; breathtaking work by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí!


Oh So Petite! reblogged this on PETiTE LIFE. and commented:

I remember climbing up these steps in the scorching hot Barcelona summer! Loved the view from the top though, so breath taking. Definitely have to go back!

Machete (2010) | Robert Rodriguez's star-studded Grindhouse homage is salsa hot - with a side order of cheese

With Machete screening on Film4 today (Easter Monday), I thought I’d share with you my original 2010 review of the film. Hope you enjoy it and the film as much as I did. 549 more words


Grindhouse Trailer Classics 4 | 55 of the most insane, sleazy and grimy movie previews to rattle your skull!

Coming 16 June, UK’s Nucleus Films continues their trawl through the flea-pit movie houses of yesteryear to bring you the most sick, depraved and hysterically brilliant movie previews from the golden age of Grindhouse cinema. 441 more words