How to Cook a Unicorn!

"Taketh one unicorne . . ." Talk about secret knowledge! It seems scholars are absolutely ecstatic to find a long lost Medieval cookbook that includes recipes and instructions for cooking Unicorns! The book was uncovered by The British Library, and contains hundreds of recipes for classical Medieval dishes that include herring, tripe, fish stews, and…Read more How to Cook a Unicorn!

Commercial Break: Suspiria! (1977)

We had been anticipating watching this one for some time, and finally this past weekend we indulged in a masterpiece called Suspiria! Starring a young Jessica Harper who's starred in The Phantom of the Paradise and Rocky Horror Picture Show II, and keeps us entertained to this very day as the Crabby Cook. This is…Read more Commercial Break: Suspiria! (1977)

{STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

Indeed there are many sinfully stylish idols to worship throughout "The Great Gatsby"; like masculine and cool Jordan, soft and feminine Daisy, even the bookish narrator Nick. And then of course there's the poster boy himself, Jay Gatsby ,who shall always remain in the fore realm of our memory as a hero to determination and…Read more {STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

“STOKER” – The Life and Styles of the Rich and Sophisticated . . .

"Stoker" is one of those films that only come out once in a blue moon; when we've all done our chores, and said our blessings to the universe - then we get a film like "Stoker". Complex, beautiful, provocative, wonderfully acted, great dialogue, and stylistically beyond are some words you could use to describe it,…Read more “STOKER” – The Life and Styles of the Rich and Sophisticated . . .

MUSIC MINUTE: “Waltz” by Toru Takemitsu from “The Face of Another”

This piece is the opening song to Hiroshi Teshigahara's 1966 film  "The Face of Another", an equally disturbing and visually dynamic style stunner to his more famous film "The Woman in the Dunes", which were also written by the novelist Kobo Abe, who wrote the books from which both films are based off of. We…Read more MUSIC MINUTE: “Waltz” by Toru Takemitsu from “The Face of Another”

The Eye of Faith Gets “Lost in the Memory Palace: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller”

  [Photo: Zev Tiefenbach] The world of Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and Geroge Bures Miller exist somewhere between reality and the vortex of our imaginations. . .  The artist duo are known for their of-this-world out-of-this-world creations that combine objects, sound, images, mechanics, lighting, construction, and cinema to create one-of-kind experiments and showcases in the transcendental…Read more The Eye of Faith Gets “Lost in the Memory Palace: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller”

E.O.F. STYLE IDOL: Speak of the Devil! Kenneth Anger’s Fornication with Fashion!

Well, well...what have we here? Come back for some more?! While we're on the topic of Devils, it seems, we couldn't resist bringing you this little niblit of the Film & Style Divine. Kenneth Anger. From "Invocation of My Demon Brother", to "Fireworks", "Lucifer Rising" , "Scorpio Rising", and "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" - this…Read more E.O.F. STYLE IDOL: Speak of the Devil! Kenneth Anger’s Fornication with Fashion!

Commercial Break: Night Gallery (1970-1973)

From the creator of The  The Twilight Zone , Rod Serling, came a tv series exploring stories of horror and the macabre.  We pay homage to the nearly forgotten series that was Night Gallery. Serling served as both on-air host of Night Gallery and was a major contributor of scripts during the series 3 season run.  …Read more Commercial Break: Night Gallery (1970-1973)

Flashback Monday: The Bunny Honey

We stumbled on this, and couldn't resist sharing this gem with the community! We're keeping our fingers crossed for our invitation to the PlayBoy Club. The Eye. Similar Stories