{MUSIC MINUTE} LANA DEL REY’s “LOVE”: Is there life on Mars???

“It’s like she’s the only one that gets me”                               {the internet}   We are proud to admit that we are absolutely obsessed with Lana Del Rey (along with the rest of the internet) – her melancholic croons and her unapologetic approach to bringing the {past} to the {present}, truly mirrors our own approach at The…

A Peak at Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster” . . .

some people make films to provide answers, but the way I make films is posing questions . . . -Wong Kar Wai {VICE} Costumes to die for. Cinematography to boot. These are some of things I’ve been hearing about Wong Kar Wai’s latest film, “The Grandmaster” which is supposed to be some sort of epic…

Jay-Z and Kanye West Ft. Frank Ocean “No Church in the Wild”

You will definitely not regret checking out this video. It’s bold, brash, and most certainly bad-ASS. Hell, we’re not even sure if there’s ever been a more visually sumptuous way of depicting hardcore protest or rebellion. An extremely artful take on the fiery emotions bellying deep in the core of humanity from Jay Z, Kanye…

Commercial Break: The Naked Prey (1966)

On the heels of The Hunger Games, comes a game of true survival. ¬†Thanks to Gregoryno6¬† for the tip about this movie, we want to share ‘The Naked Prey’ from 1966. ¬†Starring¬†Cornel Wilde¬†as the naked prey himself. ¬†With innovative cinematography and full of racial stereotypes of the era, we’re really into this one! A story…

Music Minute: Fosse’s “Rich Man’s Frug”

This one can’t be beat. Always thought Fosse was a genius, but this one cements it. It’s fun, it’s freaky, it’s twisted, it’s uncomfortable, it’s strange – it’s positively goofy; but every second of it is pure vintage magic! Superstars Beyonce and Lady Gaga have learned and taken a lot from the legendary choreographer/director extraordinaire,…

Fancy and Folly: Giving Me The Silent Treatment

When I first saw the trailers for “The Artist“, shortly after it’s premier at the Cannes Film Festival that would lead to Jean Dujardin’s Best Actor win at the prestigious art festival, I was not impressed. Silly folly, I thought. Reductive (Thanks, Madonna). Wasted Inspiration. How could this “NEW” silent film set in th 20s…