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Weekend (1967) Criterion Collection

As one of the architects of the nouvelle vague movement, Jean-Luc Godard changed the way we look at movies. Often the actors knew they were actors, and the audience knew they were watching a film. 429 more words

Films

1962: Triffids

Steve Sekely, director: The Day of the Triffids (1962)

The Rivieras - California Sun

This was garage band rock and roll at it’s best. It’s hard not to feel good when this song comes on the radio. It was covered by the… 421 more words

Music

Zatoichi's Pilgrimage (1966)

aka Zatôichi umi o wataru

2018 #214
Kazuo Ikehiro | 83 mins | Blu-ray | 2.35:1 | Japan / Japanese

Zatoichi’s Pilgrimage is the ‘lost’ Zatoichi movie: at some point the Weinsteins bought the rights to it because Quentin Tarantino was considering a remake, with the side effect of making it unavailable legally for years — while all the other Zatoichi films appeared on DVD in the US, Pilgrimage remained AWOL. 1,096 more words

Drama

Sounds Orchestral (1965)

Sounds Orchestral feat Johnny Pearson – Have Faith In Your Love (1965)

1960s

Jr. High student shoots, kills principal

November 18, 1969
Tomah, Wisconsin
An unnamed 14-year-old student shoots and kills his school principal

The teen — who remained unnamed due to Wisconsin law at the time which protected the identities of offenders under the age of 16 — often had trouble with authority figures. 165 more words

Murder