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An unInterview With Zyklon-V From AntiKosmos; I Am Transforming Into A Beagle

Zyklon-V from AntiKosmos is the mammal pictured above.  She is wearing animal blood and wooden shoes.  Myself and a team of botanists from NASA interviewed her moments before the heat death of the universe.   1,450 more words

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Video of the Week: "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie"

Here’s another one from the archives. It’s John Cassavetes‘ enigmatic The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) in its entirety. It features one of Timothy’s most memorable performances as Flo, the intriguing mix of glad-handing bonhomie and brute force behind a rather mediocre collection of Hollywood gangsters. 28 more words

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Cuatro títulos más, indiscutiblemente míticos dentro de la lista de mis 20 películas favoritas. Copas de vino, cigarros, patadas, lanzallamas, estrellas Ninja, el universo de la Cannon que parte de su reluciente logo azulado. 1,016 more words


"Staccato's Theme" - Elmer Bernstein

Johnny Staccato is an American private detective series starring John Cassavetes which ran for 27 episodes on NBC from September 10, 1959 through March 24, 1960.

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3 things about John Cassavetes' THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie

1. Graffiti backstage: SWAY.
2. “You gotta stop by the joint and pick up some beef.”
3. A sea green shirt, open at the neck. 6 more words

Can you spoil Mad Max: Fury Road? Yes. And no. You can tell your friends, or blog readers, about the majestic action sequences, but there are so many that you’d more than likely forget half of them. 293 more words


Pic of the Day: "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" revisited

Today we need to take another look at the handsome mug of Flo, the garrulous torpedo of John CassavetesThe Killing of a Chinese Bookie… 64 more words

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