Quatermass and the Pit
Roy Ward Baker
Old school. I used to watch loads of this old horror-scifi-films when I was a kid. Thumbs.
Unforseen Consequences: A Half-Life Documentary
So this company Noclip just released a documentary on Half-Life over on the youtube. Pretty interresting. I’m going to watch more of these I think.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Twenty years old and still as fresh as a fart in a funeral.
A bit of the old ultra-violence is what that was.
The Divergent Series: Allegiant
Spalding Gray: Terrors of Pleasure
As fantastically brilliant as always. Genius!
The Pleasure Garden
I have seen Hitchcock, obviously, but I haven’t seen it all. So why not get up to date? And why not do so chronologically, in a non-binging fashion?
I think silent films are absurd, and I’m really strugling with the format. That said, This is probably quite sexy for nineteen-snooze-and-twenty. And surprisingly dark. And a bit #metoo.
The Pleasure Garden isn’t commercially available as far as I could tell, so I watched it on the youtube.
12 O’ Clock Boys
I have no idea what anybody in this film are saying, but I love them all! Well, maybe not that citrus-fella.
The Canadian Conspiracy
A documentary exposing the 1980’s Canadian plot to infiltrate USAnian culture. Kind of funny, in a not-funny way.
The Lion King 1½
According to the internet, this film is based on Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead. Well, I’m not going to tag it as a make/remake, but if I did, it wouldn’t break the pattern methinks, no sir!