In the early nineties, when shows like Twin Peaks and The X Files reconsidered the use of music and sound for narrative storytelling, the approach was an anomaly. Rarely was this distinctly cinematic element appropriated for the lesser art that was TV, but there it lay, making stories the better for it. Now, some twenty years later, […]
–Give me, the one thing you can’t give / take me to the black lodge where you live -Anthrax Eli Roth’s Hemlock Grove—adapted from Brian McGreevy’s debut novel of the same name—is one more attempt to wring some psychosocial relevance out of the vampire-werewolf mythos (I’d say ‘one final attempt,’ but I lack the optimism). […]
This editor’s mug: “You may speak now.” Dale Cooper’s mug: “Fire, walk with me.” A mug of one’s own. Your mom’s mug. Fill those mugs with nothing but the best: David Lynch Signature Cup. It’s all in the beans, and he’s full of beans.
I love movie posters. Always significant to the film going experience; in the past few years I’ve especially grown impressed with artists around the world influenced by the aesthetics of the film poster, reimagining and reworking designs that tap into the spirit and energy of film that often wind up more beautiful than the original […]