Seeing it now...
The first fifteen minutes... Film starts with "This Film Should be Played Loud"... New york gritty late seventies... Punk Rock music and an artist about to snap under pressure...
What more can you ask for in a film?
And there just must be some great samples to be had in here...
This is a very influential film that most people never heard about.
This and Eraserhead was on constant rotation on VHS in my house at the end of the eighties.
Saw Eraserhead again after many years and do not have much patience for it now but this one is still exciting to me...
There is only two horror movies the last years or so that to me was interesting and this is one of them.
Maybe not really so much of a horror movie as a metaphysical meditation presented in such a way that it can lead to some serious nightmares.
Hmmm Got very excited to see that this was on Youtube!
For many it is time to see this classic again and for you younger readers
that have not seen it please make yourself a favour and see some gritty film history.
Almost forgot that it is Friday the 13th!
So found one of my favorite Scary movies on YouTube.
It is from 1962 but do not let that fool you.
I do see a lot,
I mean a lot of horror movies but there is few that can set your spine tingling like this one. Give it a chance if you have interest in horror movies especially because it is not so well known...
I consider myself lucky having seen Sun Ra play live one time and it was one of my favorite concerts. He would have turned a hundred some days ago so to celebrate this exceptional artist and human being have to post this interesting film that he made to promote his ideas.
Please if you do not know anything about Sun Ra do not judge him on this film as it is just a small, small part of what made him one of the most interesting musician/artist/person of the 20th century. Do yourself a favor and go investigate!
Not for the squeamish.. but it is one of my favorite films.
This is one of my favorite series. Most of the episodes you can see through Youtube.
Used to be so into this in the end of the 90's... Now I have very little patience for this.
But if you never seen any of the Cremaster movies it is highly recommended that you do.
This was one of the most important artists of the nineties.
The funny thing was that it was really hard to see this films as they only got shown normally in combination with accompanying exhibitions or as I did you had to be lucky to live in the same city that had a gallery representing him and ask for a showing.
Now you have all of the five films on Youtube!
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