I do believe this is the shortest film I ever reviewed. A 7:22 min’ thriller about a man who discovers his inner dark fantasies while in a therapy session. I love me a good thriller, especially ones that deals with sick twisted minds. Severe psychotic disorder in its correct medical term, or simply people who are completely…… Continue reading Simple Mind (2012)
Here’s a nice featurette about an actress with a bizarre day job. In between auditions, Cori spends her days helping people cope with difficult scenarios in their lives, like a break-up, firing a close friend and marriage confessions. When on a date with a cute guy named Tim, Cori tells him of her unusual livelihood. I…… Continue reading Total Performance (2015)
The Club: CBGB was considered to be the temple of Punk back then. Its full name CBGB & OMFUG stands for “Country, Bluegrass, Blues and Other Music For Uplifting Gormandizers”. This New York based club made an unforgettable mark in the music world, springing diverted characters by giving them a place to express their music and art. Blondie, Iggy Pop, The Velvet Underground,…… Continue reading CBGB (2013)
Dear Bloggers, I found myself post-less on this fine past week and ask for your forgiveness. Before you get all angry and unfollow me, please let me explain… I promise, I’m very convincing! (NOT AN EXCUSE) I got back from New York 2 months ago, and as I was busy adjusting to my home country and unemployed…… Continue reading Ch Ch Ch Changes!
Before reading this please make sure you are equipped with a strong British accent and repeat this line: “Hello Bret, I’m 1972 David Bowie”. This gem was introduced to me by AlexRaphael after sharing my grand love for David Bowie on one of my earlier posts, so thanks heaps, Alex! Really enjoyed watching this 🙂 Synopsis: Season 1,…… Continue reading Flight of the Concords- Bowie
A film directed by the late Tony Scott. Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) is a vampire queen who lures her lovers into the dark side by promising them eternal youth. She is married to John (David Bowie), her companion for the last 200 years. Together they’re set to hunt their midnight pray. When John faces a strange disease…… Continue reading The Hunger (1983)
Director: Cédric Klapisch 117 minutes, Comedy, Drama, Romance Plot: Chinese Puzzle is the third film in director Cédric Klapisch’s trilogy following Xavier (Romain Duris), a lost in love and life charismatic writer, who’s experiencing a life change at the age of 40, when his ex partner, Wendy, decides to leave to New York and take their 2 children with her. Unable to…… Continue reading Chinese Puzzle (2013)
I love this city! Only in New York can a girl rock out to Devo and Jane’s Addiction in Times Square and totally for free (except for the Starbucks I had to chug in between). Every time I’m having my weekend sneak peak at Time Out New York I am amazed to discover I have…… Continue reading Jane’s Addiction & Devo @ CBGC 2014 festival
What’s in an artist? a raw affirmation of the world through words and colors? Dangerous imagery or a delicate view of things? The stroke of a brush on a blank canvas can become something significant in a second. It’s wonderful and natural. It’s art. I guess I’m floating with inspiration right now. Again, it’s because…… Continue reading Basquiat (1996)
Oh, it’s this weekend? Oh, no!!! The line-up is crazy this year, and tickets are obviously SOLD OUT! what a shame for sweet little archive… Due to previous engagements I could not go, and feeling sooo sad about it. An annual delight for New York locals and outsiders. 3 days of pure fun. http://lineup.governorsballmusicfestival.com/ Here…… Continue reading Governor Ball Major Miss Out!