Archive for April, 2016

Lady Snowblood may be the answer

Sunday, April 10th, 2016

A Japanese film – made in 1973, and was entirely stolen by Quentin Tarantino for “Kill Bill” – predicted the state of the world about 43 years later. The lead role is a female assassin, driven by vengeance. Where are our assassins?

My saved links (weekly)

Sunday, April 10th, 2016

Did You See This? – From the Current – The Criterion Collection Did you see this? Bergman’s summers, Spike and Bernie, great directors before 26 & more: https://t.co/5cYbSxeEHY https://t.co/TZKHfwPHdR Home : Oxford English Dictionary OED Word of the Day: melanite, n.1. An imaginary stone supposed to exude a honey-like substance. https://t.co/ZaabWnC2r2 ‘I’ve spent the past […]

I’ve made a new song, check it out

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

It’s two minutes long, instrumental. Listen here!

“Loving Vincent”, a fully painted film about van Gogh?

Monday, April 4th, 2016

I love Vincent van Gogh, and now there’s “the first fully painted feature film in the world” coming out about him. Check out this trailer.